Fleetwood Mac & Christine Perfect ‎– Albatross

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CBS ‎– S CBS 31569, Embassy ‎– S CBS 31569, CBS ‎– 31569
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Tracklist

A1 Fleetwood Mac Albatross 3:10
A2 Fleetwood Mac Rambling Pony 2:40
A3 Fleetwood Mac I Believe My Time Ain't Long 2:55
A4 Fleetwood Mac Doctor Brown 3:44
A5 Fleetwood Mac Stop Messin' Round 2:18
A6 Fleetwood Mac Love That Burns 5:02
A7 Fleetwood Mac Jigsaw Puzzle Blues 1:33
A8 Fleetwood Mac Need Your Love Tonight 3:27
B1 Christine Perfect I'd Rather Go Blind 3:14
B2 Christine Perfect Crazy 'Bout You Baby 3:01
B3 Christine Perfect And That's Saying A Lot 2:57
B4 Christine Perfect I'm On My Way 3:08
B5 Christine Perfect No Road Is The Right Road 2:48
B6 Christine Perfect Let Me Go (Leave Me Alone) 3:33
B7 Christine Perfect I'm Too Far Gone (To Turn Around) 3:25
B8 Christine Perfect When You Say 3:14

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CBS 31569, 31569 Fleetwood Mac & Christine Perfect Fleetwood Mac & Christine Perfect - Albatross(LP, Comp, Red) CBS, CBS, Embassy CBS 31569, 31569 UK Unknown Sell This Version
40-31569 Fleetwood Mac & Christine Perfect Fleetwood Mac & Christine Perfect - Albatross(Cass, Comp) CBS 40-31569 UK 1977 Sell This Version
EMB 31569 Fleetwood Mac & Christine Perfect Fleetwood Mac & Christine Perfect - Albatross(LP, Comp) Embassy EMB 31569 Europe 1977 Sell This Version
CBS 31569, 31569 Fleetwood Mac & Christine Perfect Fleetwood Mac & Christine Perfect - Albatross(LP, Comp, Sun) CBS, CBS, Embassy CBS 31569, 31569 UK 1977 Sell This Version
CBS 010 Fleetwood Mac & Christine Perfect Fleetwood Mac & Christine Perfect - Albatross(LP, Comp) CBS CBS 010 New Zealand 1977 Sell This Version

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April 13, 2010
edited over 7 years ago
This is a compilation of the early blues Mac and Christine McVie's first solo album from Blue Horizon. It's obvious to the fans that this is a cash-in on the 1975 album and subsequently 'Rumours'. My copy is from Holland as part of a budget series (Embassy was started by CBS UK precursor Oriole for bargain LPs sold at the chemist and Woolies). This is also a good starter album for those not as familiar with the Green-Spencer period or solo McVie, especially in the States where they weren't as well-known. Released in North America by Sire Records, later owned by Mac's longtime label Warners. The title track was the old band's biggest hit at home and possibly the continent.