Good idea to wait - the 39th has a disc of the record done as Gregorian chants whereas the 40th includes that and a disc of the entire album in remixed dance versions.
Fun fact: if you have the Atlanta Rhythm Section's Champagne Jam on vinyl, play the LP at 45 instead of 33 and the vocals will sound just like Stevie Nicks.
Love it. Fleetwood Mac's 'Garbage Can' album was the second album I ever bought. It took me forever to forgive John and Mick for 'selling out'. (Of course, that didn't stop me from falling in love with Stevie Nicks.)
Wait, what about all of us that are waiting for the 30th Anniversary boxed set of all the middle period stuff with Danny Kirwan, Christine, and Bob Welch? I think they'll call it the "Golden Filler and Lineup Change Edition".
Confession: I have all these (and all of the Green and Buckingham/Nicks discs). At one point in the transition they recorded with Dave Walker singing, after he left Savoy Brown ('Tell Mama") but before he was lead singer of Black Sabbath. You get into middle period Mac and you're about three degrees of seperation from every journey rock musician working in the '70s.
Confession #2: I hated "Rumours".
word, like tusk.
the fans of the original fleetwood mac seem to hate the later band.
don't get it.
Awsome Nicks >> last minute is really good >>>
I think the first nicks/ Buckingham/ mac album miles better than rumours myself
i'm a vendor of vinyl and cd's and recently I came across the Buckingham/ nicks lp for the first time- the person who purchased it shortly thereafter- went ape- had been searching for it forever
@ron victor I could never like the first Buckingham/Nicks album because it was called 'Fleetwood Mac', the same as the original band's debut. It was as if Peter Green never existed.