November 18, 2004
The Best Fleetwood Mac Song Ever
I'm beginning to enjoy this idea of posting about "the best [such and such] of all time," so I think I'm going to run with it a while until I'm bored with it. To start things off, I'm going to post what myself and my esteemed panel of experts have determined is the absolute best song Fleetwood Mac ever recorded. I think we can all agree that, as good as their '70s stuff was, the quality of their music reached a whole new plateau in the 1980s, thanks in no small part to the contribution of the band's secret weapon Christine McVie, author and performer of the absolute greatest song the band would ever record.
Byron Crawford a/k/a Bol is the celebrated author of several books, most recently NaS Lost: A Tribute to the Little Homey.
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