Fleetwood Mac ‎– Big Love

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Warner Bros. Records ‎– W8398 T, Warner Bros. Records ‎– 920673-0, Warner Bros. Records ‎– W 8398 (T)
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Vinyl, 12", Single, 45 RPM
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A Big Love (Extended Version)
Remix – Arthur Baker
6:47
B You And I, Part I
Written-By – Christine McVie
3:09

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Cover artwork: "Hommage à Henri Rousseau"

Cover has catalog number as "W8398 T" and labels have "W 8398 (T)".

Tracks A: Original version available on the album <a href=http://www.discogs.com/release/436642>"Tango In The Night"</a> WX 68

Track A: EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
Track B: EMI Music Publishing Ltd./Bright Music Ltd.
℗ 1987 WEA International Inc.
© 1987 WEA International Inc.
Distributed by WEA Records Ltd.
A Warner Communications Company.
Made in UK.
Track durations not listed on the release.

**LABEL IS MISPRINTED SIDE B IS "YOU AND I (PART 2)"

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
9362-43698-9 Fleetwood Mac Big Love(CD, Single) Reprise Records 9362-43698-9 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
928 398-7 Fleetwood Mac Big Love(7", Single) Warner Bros. Records 928 398-7 Europe 1987 Sell This Version
92 83987 Fleetwood Mac Big Love(7", Single) Warner Bros. Records 92 83987 Canada 1987 Sell This Version
920673-0 Fleetwood Mac Big Love(12") Warner Bros. Records 920673-0 Greece 1987 Sell This Version
920673-0 Fleetwood Mac Big Love(12", TP, W/Lbl) Warner Bros. Records 920673-0 Greece 1987 Sell This Version

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slonce

slonce

December 26, 2016
The 12" Extended Version of Big Love ist TERRIBLE!!! It destroy the whole original Sound of the song! I like remixes, megamixes, DJ mixes..., but this Arthur Baker Version is :-(
Little Lies as Jellybean Extended Mix is GREAT :-)
kuma.chan

kuma.chan

April 5, 2011

Back in 87 this was a massive house tune at the top of the dance charts, while in the pop charts Stock Aitken and Waterman were riding high with an irritating pop whine called I'd Rather Jack Than Fleetwood Mac which had no house music credentials at all, kind of ironic really.