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Fleetwood Mac — Coming Your Way
Album: Then Play On
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7.2

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Total ratings: 764









Released: 1969
Length: 3:44
Plays (last 30 days): 2
I've got things to do
I move everyday
I hope you don't mindm
'Cause I'm goin' your way

You've got things to do
You move everyday
I hope you don't mind
'Cause I'm coming your way

You've got things to do
You move everyday
I hope you don't mind
'Cause I'm coming your way

I've got things to do
I move everyday
I hope you don't mind
'Cause I'm coming your way
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 (anonymous) wrote:
Anyone else hearing The Black Keys?
 

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Yep, if the it could have been done 35 years in advance...

 
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 Egctheow wrote:
These guys ripped the Black Keys off!
 

 

 fraserji wrote:
I'd really like it if Bill could post a picture that reflects the Mac as what they were, not what they became without Peter, Danny and Jeremy. 
 

Bill doesn't "post" the pictures, he just links to Wikipedia. So, other than band name, there's no correlation between what's playing on RP and what's displayed by Wikipedia.
This is really cool!
I was introduced to Fleetwood Mac by a fellow who took me away to Asia for a year and experienced all it had to offer, back before cell phones.  We disappeared into that life and this music was perfect for it.
This album is awesome!  My only objection is the picture including Buckingham & Nicks, which is somewhat misleading.  They were no part of that album or era of FM.  Otherwise - thank you RP for this amazing music.
I'd really like it if Bill could post a picture that reflects the Mac as what they were, not what they became without Peter, Danny and Jeremy. 
 Egctheow wrote:
These guys ripped the Black Keys off!
 

These guys ripped the Black Keys off!


Edit: I was and still am aware of the slight chronological discrepancy in my comment... It was kind of my point that it was probably the other way round. 
Indeed, it's young Danny Kirwan, very possibly one of the most underrated guitar players that ever was. RIP, Danny.  frecko wrote:
Danny Kirwan!
 

A very tight and badly overlooked record. You can hear the roots of all their later music.
Cool!
Danny Kirwan!
Excellent album.
This superb collection foreshadowed all that was to come. A must-have!
How about something from the Bare Trees Album. A very underrated album!!
Danny Kirwan; easily one of the most underrated guitarists of all time. There was a pretty good reason the Green God invited him to play in Fleetwood Mac. Not often I give a 10 but this is indeed Godlike. Thank you Bill. 
Needs more bongo!
Great song and not even the best song from this terrific album.
 Lazarus wrote:
This song is fantastic...  this whole album is really incredible...  this song was written by Danny Kirwan...

this was Peter Green's last album with Fleetwood Mac before Peter Green went schizo...

Peter Green wrote my favorite song on this album, which is called "Rattlesnake Shake"...  also love the instrumental by Peter Green called "Underway" on this album...  truly a great album...

 
Senor Many Names, truly a cogent comment.
This is from when Fleetwood Mac was worth listening to.
Some really nice guitar work in there!
 chriswwd65286 wrote:
This is the album that switched me on to FM in 1970 - I still have the original vinyl, but (like me) it's seen better days.
Can't help wondering what the diehard blues PG / FM followers who cried 'sellout' at TPO would have said had they been able to foresee the Buckingham-Nicks years!

 
Just pulled my vinyl.  Looking pretty mint.  Gonna have to give a spin for the first time in a gazillion years.
 Emwolb wrote:

1969 was just an amazing year in music....

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1969_in_music

 



 
Thanks for the link.  I always knew 1969 was a good one. Woodstock, Isle of Wight, debut albums by Neil Young, The Stooges, Led Zeppelin, King Crimson, Humble Pie...etc.  This list reinforces that and more!  Very special year indeed.  (I was 12 and the world was just opening up to me...) {#Music}
woooo-hooooo!!!
This is the album that switched me on to FM in 1970 - I still have the original vinyl, but (like me) it's seen better days.
Can't help wondering what the diehard blues PG / FM followers who cried 'sellout' at TPO would have said had they been able to foresee the Buckingham-Nicks years!

1969 was just an amazing year in music....

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1969_in_music

 


Another WOW! Where do you dig this up??


Could easily have been released last week and still seem modern.
 
 robotbass wrote:
This is my FAVORITE Fleetwood Mac Album. Shake your rattle snake!
 
Yes, it's excellent for sure.
Last FM album featuring Peter Green, I believe.
Gotta love "Oh Well, Part 2"!
Soul Sacrifice? No? Michael Carabello and Michael Shrieve? That's what I hear.
Nice one
This is my FAVORITE Fleetwood Mac Album. Shake your rattle snake!
Love this stuff; I notice how Cream-y it all sounds. And the rhythm thing: very Latinesque; really brimming with The Vibe of The Times!
Danny Kirwan did a solo album with some amazing songs - some of it is on youtube. tragic figure
Absolutely the best incarnation of Fleetwood Mac, bar none.
that´s a great song, howcome this poor rating ?
Anyone else hearing The Black Keys?
Ten Years Fleetwood After Mac. Good stuff!
 lasker98 wrote:
I had no idea Stevie Nicks could play bongos.
 
. . . while twirling . . . with her eyes closed . . .
I had no idea Stevie Nicks could play bongos.
I had to knock it down to a 6 because of the album art. All the shrooms from the '60s couldn't help it.
This song is fantastic...  this whole album is really incredible...  this song was written by Danny Kirwan...

this was Peter Green's last album with Fleetwood Mac before Peter Green went schizo...

Peter Green wrote my favorite song on this album, which is called "Rattlesnake Shake"...  also love the instrumental by Peter Green called "Underway" on this album...  truly a great album...
wicked cool man, fair dinkum
I so much prefer the early Mac...