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Madison Blues

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Hey Baby
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It's You I Miss
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Gone Into The Sun
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Tell Me You Need Me
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Crazy About You
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Down At The Crown
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Tell Me All the Things You Do
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Station Man
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Purple Dancer
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Station Man
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Crazy About You (Can't Hold Out Much Longer)
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One Together
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I Can't Stop Loving You
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Lonely Without You
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Tell Me All The Things You Do
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Jewel Eyed Judy
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Madison Blues
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Purple Dancer
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Open The Door
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Preaching Blues
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Dust My Broom
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Get Like You Used To Be
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Don't Go Please Stay
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Station Man
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I'm On My Way
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Jailhouse Rock
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The King Speaks (Narrative)
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Teenage Darlin'
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Honey Hush
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 29   Total Length: 129:07

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Remembering Rumours

By Karen Schoemer, Contributor

In 1977, Rolling Stone's Annie Leibovitz set off to photograph Fleetwood Mac with a clever idea in tow: Get all five members of the band in bed together. Leibovitz knew that both of the band's internal couples had split up before making their current album, Rumours. Bassist John McVie and his wife, keyboardist Christine, had divorced, while guitarist Lindsey Buckingham and singer Stevie Nicks were off again from their lengthy on/off relationship. And yet the… more »

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Icon: Fleetwood Mac

By Barry Walters, Contributor

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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Icon: Fleetwood Mac

By Barry Walters, Contributor

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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This Is The (British) Blues

By John Morthland, Contributor

It's tempting, given the relative paucity of Americans, to suggest that the recently released This Is the Blues, Volumes 1-4 instead be titled This Is The British Blues, or, even better, This Is British Blues-Rock. After all, nearly every track on these four discs comes from either older tribute albums to Peter Green's original Fleetwood Mac (as well as a bit of his solo work), British blues pioneer Cyril Davies and American blues institution John… more »