Fleetwood Mac: Greatest Hits (1988)
You know, at first glance, you may think that the group Fleetwood Mac are out dated and irrelevant folk singers. However, when you listen to their music, you’ll find that they are an extremely talented band. Actually, I enjoy watching their live video performances just as much as I do listening to their CD. They happen to be one of my very very favorite classic bands. With the distinct vocals of Stevie Nicks, the band has spit out a string of hits throughout their career. The lead singer for most of their hits was Stevie Nicks; and unfortunately, she had a long battle with an addiction to pain killers. Sometimes I think she still has, after watching a couple of her live performances on video. It was as though she was performing while sleeping (it was the most hilarious thing I’ve ever seen (she still sounded good though)). Just a side note, although I absolutely love Stevie Nicks, I think her best work was with Fleetwood Mac. The only song I really loved after she gone solo, was a song called “Stand Back (1983).” Some artists just do better when they collaborate with others. Some of my most favorite music from Fleedwood Mac are “Landslide,” “Dreams,” “Gypsy,” “Everywhere,” and “Don’t Stop.” Listen to more of Fleedwood Mac’s greatest hits on Rhapsody.