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New York Observer Review Say You Will

(Good, If You Like That Sort of Thing)

Fleetwood Mac, Say You Will (Warner Bros.): Reason for existence: Will move more units than either a Lindsey Buckingham or a Stevie Nicks solo record. Born of resignation though it may be, the ex-couple's return to the Mac fold is welcome, making for a listening experience that ranges from pleasantly familiar to head-turningly aggressive. Christine McVie's departure isn't as fortunate; it means that Ms. Nicks gets a record nine cuts, which is at least two meandering dirges too many. Still, "Thrown Down" and "Running Through the Garden" find her at her bewitching best. And the plangent California strains of Mr. Buckingham's "What's the World Coming To" and "Steal Your Heart Away" won't be leaving my head anytime soon.

Date: 2003-05-26         Number of views: 1084

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