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(New Musical Express)   Mick Fleetwood presents new version of classic track "These Strange Times"   (nme.com) divider line
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2020-09-27 4:36:04 PM  
F*ck yes Mick Fleetwood!
 
2020-09-27 5:02:50 PM  
 
2020-09-27 6:02:33 PM  
The song originally appeared on Fleetwood Mac's 16th studio album, 'Time', which was released in 1995.

YMMV but it's hard to call anything released after Tusk "classic" Fleetwood Mac (and to some people that's a fairly generous line of demarcation.  There are those who refuse to accept anything after Peter Green left the band)
 
2020-09-27 8:08:33 PM  

Snapper Carr: The song originally appeared on Fleetwood Mac's 16th studio album, 'Time', which was released in 1995.

YMMV but it's hard to call anything released after Tusk "classic" Fleetwood Mac (and to some people that's a fairly generous line of demarcation.  There are those who refuse to accept anything after Peter Green left the band)


I will accept anything with Christine Perfect (McVie).
 
2020-09-28 12:47:47 AM  

Al Tsheimers: Snapper Carr: The song originally appeared on Fleetwood Mac's 16th studio album, 'Time', which was released in 1995.

YMMV but it's hard to call anything released after Tusk "classic" Fleetwood Mac (and to some people that's a fairly generous line of demarcation.  There are those who refuse to accept anything after Peter Green left the band)

I will accept anything with Christine Perfect (McVie).


I'll allow it.
 
2020-09-28 7:02:14 AM  

Al Tsheimers: Snapper Carr: The song originally appeared on Fleetwood Mac's 16th studio album, 'Time', which was released in 1995.

YMMV but it's hard to call anything released after Tusk "classic" Fleetwood Mac (and to some people that's a fairly generous line of demarcation.  There are those who refuse to accept anything after Peter Green left the band)

I will accept anything with Christine Perfect (McVie).


This is reasonable.
 
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