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I have the Bare Trees album and like it. When trying to decide on which other albums to purchase the proliferation causes 'analysis paralysis'. So which are the best or essential albums? Please recommend your preferences, in odd numbers only.


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Fleetwood Mac first and Rumours second for me.


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My top three are all with Buckingham/Nicks.

1. Rumours
2. Fleetwood Mac
3. Tusk



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^^^ same

I really enjoy The Dance (live reunion with Buckingham/Nicks), as well. Probably listen to it more than any other because it has a great energy and it has that amazingly beautiful version of Silver Springs, which is one of my favorite songs ever.



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Originally posted by oddball:
My top three are all with Buckingham/Nicks.

1. Rumours
2. Fleetwood Mac
3. Tusk


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Bare Trees is essential for Sentimental Lady, as



is for Hypnotized.
 
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Tusk.
 
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1. Fleetwood Mac (1968)
2. Mr. Wonderful
3. Mystery to me
4. Fleetwood Mac (1975)
5. Rumours
6. Then Play On
 
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Originally posted by Gustofer:
Fleetwood Mac first and Rumours second for me.

This for me too. While I like another song here or there (e.g., Love That Burns from Mr. Wonderful), these are only two 'must have' albums for me.


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Fleetwood Mac
(Bare Trees and Rumors)


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