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Here is our top list of Fleetwood Mac's best songs: Go Your Own Way Dreams Don’t Stop Rhiannon Sara Landslide The Chain Tusk Everywhere Little Lies Gypsy Oh Well (Parts 1 & 2) You Make Loving Fun Big Love Gold Dust Woman Say You Love Me Black Magic Woman Seven Wonders Hold Me Silver Springs Please share your favorite songs or give your feedback on this top song list.
Fleetwood Mac’s popular song list: Albatross Never Going Back Again Second Hand News Songbird I’m So Afraid Man of the World Over My Head Sisters of the Moon Think About Me As Long as You Follow I Don’t Want to Know I Loved Another Woman Monday Morning Need Your Love So Bad Rattlesnake Shake Shake Your Moneymaker Stop Messin’ Round The Green Manalishi (With the Two Prong Crown) World Turning Blue Letter Dragonfly Family Man Hypnotized Looking for Somebody Love That Burns Merry-Go-Round My...
I took the song to be about a mother losing her son in a terrorist attack but that's because I initially thought Neil was saying "The Lord Is Always On Your Side" ... so I took it to be about a mother losing her faith and having to grapple with how God can let such horrific things happen.
Tough one for me but here goes (in alphabetical order) ... Beautiful Child Temporary One Come A Little Bit Closer Dreams Dust Heart of Stone I'm So Afraid Landslide Man of The world Oh Daddy Planets of The Universe Sara Silver Springs Sisters of The Moon Spare Me A Little of Your Love Storms Thrown Down The Way I Feel Why You Make Loving Fun
Let's pretend you could "forget" all of a Finn song and be able to listen to it for the first time again, which would you pick? So you have no idea of what to expect. I'd pick I Feel Possessed. I'd love to be able to hear the chorus again without knowing what will happen.
4. Try Whistling This/Spirit if the Stairs. Hard to decide, and feels like cheating cause I partly consider Spirit of the Stairs as CH song, but Neil solo definitely improved it... and when I looking at it, noticed that even 2 of 5 songs wasnt even on official releases...so much about whoever choosed songs for official albums...
Wow ... this is nearly impossible but here goes in no particular order ... and I can't keep it to four songs ... sorry but I couldn't narrow it past the top ten. Songs are posted below ... 1. Lullaby Requiem (may be my favorite Neil Finn song period) 2. Guiding Star (affects me deeply every time I hear it) 3. Blue Hotel (obscure song but brilliant ... oh so brilliant) 4. Chameleon Days (the second half of the song is where it gets me) 5. Widow's Peak (goosebumps) 6. Love Is All That Remains...
I tried but couldn’t do it... Best I can do is top 4 in no order (as I listen to his solo albums right now). Rest Of The Day Off (its almost summer here in Australia and it’s a Saturday and I’m taking today off) Last To Know (fixing lawn sprinklers and listening to my young kids playing) Last One Standing (always a personal fav of mine) Second Nature (album version) Subject to change!!!
This song didn't wow me the first time, I forgot about it for a couple of years until playing it just the other day. It's a gorgeous song. I have a love/hate relationship with the production on One Nil. This is one of the high points. "Feel like an accident waking up Under a bus with my fingers crossed Now is the time we could make it up" This part sounds amazing.
Sinner (Neil’s first ever solo song I heard) I know different (Neil’s last solo song I heard) In My Blood (under appreciated song) Addicted (watched/heard Neil practice this many times at a sound check and couldn’t get it right BUT that night at the concert he hit every note)
I would choose Four Seasons in One Day. I literally fell off my chair the first time I heard that song, when it got to the bridge. The sound was so unexpectedly lovely that it knocked me off my desk chair onto the floor. *laughs* I would love to be able to experience that again.
Maybe Distant Sun. It starts out pleasant but rather benign, the second verse takes it up a notch, and the bridge snaps things into focus. Then the final chorus is really resonant and poignant. Thinking back, that song was critical in really appreciating Crowded House, and Neil Finn as a great songwriter.
Great thread. Damn, does it have to be one? Oh well. I guess it would be "Four Seasons In One Day". Perfection in less than three minutes, and as Peter Paphides wrote: " Here’s another one. ‘Four Seasons In One Day’, when those ghostly harmonies converge upon Neil’s voice like vultures to a carcass. "
wow ... way too many to list. I guess it would be that "from the Gods" bridge in "Fall At Your Feet". Thank you Mitchell Froom for suggesting Neil put those verses with that chorus and that bridge and out comes what would be a once in a lifetime song for most songwriters.
In my command. Nails in my feet. In '93 I'd just found TA in a record store on a visit we took to see family, and my Mom and I listened to the tape twice on the way home. Of course it just washed over me at the time. But that's the point!
I'd pick something more left field, maybe a track off the Finn album. Perhaps 'Eyes of the World', I love the lyric. That line about Englebert Humperdink always makes me smile, and is apt for the theme of this thread (except Neil and Tim instead of Englebert!)
Great call! Luton was my most anticipated album ever! I read about the tapes in Mike Chunn’s Stranger Than Fiction book in 93 and had to wait about 15 years to finally hear them - So much expectation, so much hope and it exceeded it incredibly! The song I would choose though is “Semi-Detached”. I heard it for the first time when it was put on the “Spellbound” Best of. It just blew me away... How could an Enz song THAT good fly under the radar for so long...
I suppose this question refers to songs which really struck you on the first listen, kind of the opposite of a 'grower'. It's pretty rare for me to love a song the first time around, but here are three: Wherever You Are - Has Neil's voice ever sounded better? She Goes On - Nearly melted when I first heard the chorus Sacred Cow - Groovy but moody atmosphere, immediate earworm
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