Just Tell Me That You Want Me - A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac by Various Artists on Apple Music

19 Songs

EDITORS’ NOTES

Fleetwood Mac started as an English blues band and eventually found its footing as a mid-'70s California pop group. The band's deep musical roots and its high level of musicianship ensured that everything it explored set the bar for its contemporaries. This tribute, featuring an eclectic roster of alternative artists, covers each era of the group; the Peter Green and Bob Welch lineups are as well-represented as the more popular Lindsey Buckingham-Stevie Nicks incarnation. Sonic Youth's Lee Ranaldo brings in his own band, with Dinosaur Jr.'s J Mascis, for a gentle read of "Albatross." Antony of Antony & The Johnsons serves up a wispy rendition of "Landslide." ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons and Co. turn in a dirty blues with the vintage "Oh Well." For the FM standards, Best Coast bounces along for a take on "Rhiannon," Lykke Li sends off a heavily reverbed version of "Silver Springs," and The Kills turn "Dreams" into a creepy obsession. Marianne Faithfull is in fine voice for a comforting, straightforward interpretation of "Angel." There's plenty of variety all around.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Fleetwood Mac started as an English blues band and eventually found its footing as a mid-'70s California pop group. The band's deep musical roots and its high level of musicianship ensured that everything it explored set the bar for its contemporaries. This tribute, featuring an eclectic roster of alternative artists, covers each era of the group; the Peter Green and Bob Welch lineups are as well-represented as the more popular Lindsey Buckingham-Stevie Nicks incarnation. Sonic Youth's Lee Ranaldo brings in his own band, with Dinosaur Jr.'s J Mascis, for a gentle read of "Albatross." Antony of Antony & The Johnsons serves up a wispy rendition of "Landslide." ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons and Co. turn in a dirty blues with the vintage "Oh Well." For the FM standards, Best Coast bounces along for a take on "Rhiannon," Lykke Li sends off a heavily reverbed version of "Silver Springs," and The Kills turn "Dreams" into a creepy obsession. Marianne Faithfull is in fine voice for a comforting, straightforward interpretation of "Angel." There's plenty of variety all around.

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