it’s Wednesday. you’re almost halfway through the work week - unless your work week is like mine, in which case, TGIF!
"Blue Letter" is anothersong from their self-titled album and while I originally assumed this was a Lindsey song because of his lead vocals, it was actually written by Michael Curtis and Richard Curtis - one of the few (or only?) songs not written by members of Fleetwood Mac. apparently Stevie and Lindsey met the Curtis brothers before they joined the band, so that’s pretty cool. in fact, you can watch one of the original Curtis brothers playing this song - I think the lyrics are different, too.
and now, for the requisite reviews from my friends Sako and Nairi…
Sako: I like it, I like it a lot. This quote is instagram worthy aka a skanky girl photo with only her ass with an irrelevant quote attached to it "For every voice you ever heard, there’s a thousand without a word"
Nairi: This is a JAMMM I love it! The minute it came on I wanted to dance (while sitting of course). It’s really well paced and solid all around. I can definitely see this one becoming one I listen to more often when I’m in a good mood haha. Definitely a favorite.
Me: Nairi, I think I noticed this on your Spotify under best of FM? Again, this song is FUN with vocals I don’t care much for. “Do I read the message in your eyes? You want a love to stay another night. Baby, when your day goes down, I won’t be waitin’ around for you!” HELLS TO THE YEAH!
p.s. this is a cool video where you can see John McVie rocking out on the bass and Mick Fleetwood fuckin’ KILLIN’ IT on the drums. I always seem to sideline on the non-vocalists of the group, so it’s nice to see these live videos where you can watch all the band members have a lot of fun on stage. also, the roar at the end of this video - the audience fuckin’ loved it! now I really can’t wait to see them in December.