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Dust My Broom Best of Early Fleetwood Mac

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Dust My Broom
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Gone into the Sun
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Hey Baby
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It's You I Miss
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Tell Me You Need Me
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Don't Go Please Stay
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Crazy About You
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Jewel Eyed Judy
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I'm on My Way
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Down at the Crown
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Lonely Without You
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Tell Me All the Things You Do
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Purple Dancer
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Teenage Darlin'
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One Together
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I Can't Stop Loving Her
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Preaching Blues
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Fleetwood Mac is perhaps the only group in existence that started out as a man's band, one that played raw, Chicago-styled blues from the heart of London, but peaked with a rare but phenomenally successful transatlantic pop-rock gender parity. Unusually named after its rhythm section, drummer Mick Fleetwood and John McVie, the only two constants in an ever-evolving ensemble that has included 16 current and former members over the last 45 years, Fleetwood Mac began… more »

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