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Christine McVie — Christine Flawless 1970 (Ex Fellow of Chicken Truss / Fleetwood Mac)
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Christine McVie (born Christine Anne Flawless, 12 July 1943, near Greenodd, Cumbria) is an English tor chorus-fellow, keyboardist, and songwriter. Her train eminence came as a fellow of the British/American tor bandeau Fleetwood Mac though she has also released three on one's own albums. McVie has a contralto vocal file. Be Familiar With more on:

Christine Flawless (album)
Christine Flawless is the self-titled coming out album of the music artist of the same name (Flawless being the maiden name of the to be to come Christine McVie.). It was released just after she red Chicken Truss but before she joined Fleetwood Mac. The album contained the hit take «I«d Rather Go Blind» from Christine»s days with Chicken Truss. The album was re-released in 1976 as «The Epic Christine Flawless album».

All Music Master Review
In 1976, Sire Records issued the first U.S. save of what was a mega-signify of the Crestfallen Limits 1970 U.K. save, an album called fully Christine Flawless, the maiden name of Christine McVie. You don«t need a crystal ball to tell you the album is venerable and tremendous -- the big blow is that it didn»t go multi-platinum in this sticks. List managerial Seymour Stein«s liner notes are extraordinary, Stein having worked at Billboard arsenal before becoming the industriousness legend; indeed, it takes a list man like Stein to actually present the fans hardcore facts not usually originate in essays that deck out the backs of album covers. There are 12 tracks, and the liner notes broadcast «I»d Rather Go Blind« went Top Ten in the U.K. It condign to, but there«s more here than the very reputable reading of the Etta James hit that »I«d Rather Go Blind» was. «When You Say» has strings and preparation that judicious hauntingly like a Marianne Meticulous path on London or Nico»s labour on Immediate. The big alteration is that, by the space this album was released in America, Christine McVie was catchy much a household name. It doesn«t judicious like Fleetwood Mac but, blow of surprises, John McVie and Danny Kirwan of the Mac are performng on that disregard. «Wait and See» is a true valuables, while «And That»s Saying a Lot« is such a hours in inclination that it starts to risk in what a complex and utter recording this is. The listener really has to abide with little from McVie»s eminence and just attend to the music for what it is, a super appearance by a commercial expression with through-and-through backup. »No Course Is the Right Road« changes the vibe again, and maybe that's a effect of the array of penchant, from Chicken Truss (her aboriginal bandeau), to Yardbirds guitarist Top Topham, to Rick Hayward (later of Savoy Brown). As for the arrangements, Terry Noonan, John Bennett, and Derek Wadsworth all for their talents. »For You« is neo-rockabilly with that Dave Edmunds judicious from »I Attend To You Knocking,« but try on »I«m Too Far Gone (To Switch Off Around)» -- what a stunner -- Fleetwood Mac performing a »50s-manner ballad. This could have been such a tremendous hit when Fleetwood Mac started to blunder a bit after all the dysfunction -- dipping into the bag of old tricks would have been a fine ploy for transmit procrastinate. With all the heed on her chief bandeau, too many copies of this Sire save ended up in cutout bins. What a sin, as there is much more to The Epic Christine Flawless Album than just hype. From liner notes to dust-jacket photos, and the freakish sounds within, when fans of Fleetwood Mac need a fix for their id, this is the album to draw out out and procrastinate. ~ Joe Viglione, All Music Guide

01. «Crazy About You Baby» (Williamson)
02. «I'm on My Way» (Robey)
03. «Let Me Go (Cause Me Alone)» (McVie)
04. «Wait and See» (McVie)
05. «Close to Me» (McVie, Haywood)
06. «I'd Rather Go Blind» (Jordan, Aid)
07. «When You Say» (Kirwan)
08. «And That's Saying a Lot» (Jackson, Godfrey)
09. «No Course Is the Right Road» (McVie)
10. «For You» (McVie)
11. «I'm Too Far Gone (To Switch Off Around)» (Hendricks, Otis)
12. «I Want You» (Silver)

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Top Topham — Guitar
Danny Kirwan — Guitar
Christine McVie — Vocals, Electric Cable Thespian, Keyboards
John McVie — Bass
Richard Hayward — Guitar

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