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Arguably the first consistently strong album Fleetwood Mac ever recorded – all the way back into the Peter Green/Jeremy Spencer era, the Mac's albums had previously consisted of individual moments of brilliance in a sea of uninspired filler – 1972's Bare Trees is also the album where the band finally defines its post-blues musical personality. Low-key but less narcoleptically mellow than 1971's sleepy Future Games, Bare Trees is a singer/songwriter album in the traditional early-'70s style, backed up… read more



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  • Christine is the best as always, the rest of the band can't compare with her
  • dust................
  • I think it's their best album! Undoubtfull.
  • Great album. Just don't expect anything like "Rumours."
  • Sunny Side Of Heaven!!! [2]
  • i absolutely agree with that (:
  • This was the soundtrack of autumn 1977...Bare Trees, Dust, all great songs for "FM" radio...still the best of Fleetwood Mac as far I'm conercend. Bob Welsh was a great frontman. They were really "British" then...
  • When I was in 8th grade 13yrs old. We could bring a album in for music class, I brought this one. The class laughed and said who is Fleetwood Mac. 4 years later 1977 everyone loved them.
  • get it streamable!!!
  • Really really underrated/overlooked. Some of their best material. "Sentimental Lady" is one of my favorite FM songs.

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