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Even doing covers, Bob makes it interesting

The Fleetwood Mac version of "Sentimental Lady" was on the "Bare Trees" album, not "Future Games".

The version of "The Ghost" on this set is almost indistiguishable from the "Bare Trees" track...with the exception of the sound quality is much improved.

Interesting that Bob chose to record a couple of mega-popular songs that the Fleetwood Mac incarnation that followed his tenure made famous. "Rhiannon" seems to come off a bit stronger than his take of "World Turning", probably due to his shared interest in mysticism with Stevie Nicks.


Born: July 31, 1946 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Singer, songwriter, and guitarist Bob Welch enjoyed a brief streak of mainstream success in the late '70s after a four-year, pre-phenomenon stint in Fleetwood Mac. In 1971, Welch replaced Jeremy Spencer and stayed for the albums Future Games (1971), Bare Trees (1972), Penguin (1973), Mystery to Me (1973), and Heroes Are Hard to Find (1974). Welch's finest Fleetwood Mac moment was the dreamily jazzy "Hypnotized" on Mystery to Me. Welch was asked to stay despite the addition of Lindsey Buckingham...
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