53 Songs, 3 Hours 26 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
28 Ratings
28 Ratings


An spectacular musician with a stellar carreer. Nice to have this condensation of his work.



Love LB, but why aren’t there any other songs from his solo debut besides “Trouble”? That was a great record. Right Place to Fade and That’s the way love goes are two of his most melodic, upbeat songs that should've been included to balance out some of the more mellow acoustic stuff. Otherwise, a fine collection of songs from an underrated artist.


Three "disc" Set???

WAY too much Lindsey. One of the driving forces behind Fleetwood Mac's golden years, but onr of the weaker members in terms of solo stuff. Even if it was a single "disc" I would have lost interest after the first 7 tracks.

About Lindsey Buckingham

Before he joined Fleetwood Mac, Lindsey Buckingham was sketching out his brand of Brian Wilson-influenced pop with Stevie Nicks in the folky duo Buckingham Nicks. Mick Fleetwood invited the duo to join his band in late 1974. After Buckingham joined, the band's pop tendencies flowered under his direction. Not only did he provide the group with some brilliant, surprisingly dark pop songs, he sharpened the other members' songs with his production, arrangements, and breathtaking guitar playing. Buckingham left the band after its 1987 album, Tango in the Night, to concentrate on his solo recordings, work that had thus far included 1981's Law and Order and 1984's Go Insane. Out of the Cradle arrived in 1992, followed by the slow but ultimately rewarding reunion of Fleetwood Mac in the late '90s. Buckingham then released Under the Skin in 2006.

While Buckingham's solo albums are deceptively simple and calm on the surface, there are complex arrangements and emotions beneath the smooth production. None of them has sold anything approaching the level of Rumours -- or even Tango in the Night -- yet they are rich, layered pop albums; his first solo record, Law and Order, had a hit single with "Trouble," while his contribution to National Lampoon's Vacation, the infectious "Holiday Road," has become a cult classic. A two-disc (one audio disc and one video disc) concert album, Live at the Bass Performance Hall, was released in 2008. Buckingham left the Reprise label in 2009, and began recording a follow-up album on his own. Seeds We Sow was released on his own imprint, Mind Kit Records (through Fontana), in September of 2011.

Buckingham spent the next few years touring with Fleetwood Mac and preparing to record a new studio album. Christine McVie officially re-joined the band in 2014. She and Buckingham assembled at Village Recorder's Studio D in Los Angeles (the same room where Tusk was cut) in order to re-establish creative chemistry. It worked. After returning to England, an inspired McVie began sending Buckingham demos and song snippets. They re-engaged in the recording process with John McVie and Mick Fleetwood for a new Fleetwood Mac studio album -- Nicks was to add her parts later. The quartet cut eight songs before breaking off to rehearse for the band's upcoming On with the Show tour, which began that fall and lasted an entire year. When Nicks decided to tour her own material in 2016 rather than reconvene with Fleetwood Mac in the studio, McVie, Buckingham, Fleetwood, and John McVie went back in to finish the record they'd begun. The finished project, entitled Lindsey Buckingham/Christine McVie was issued in June 2017. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Palo Alto, CA
October 3, 1949