The Other One is the third solo album by former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Bob Welch. The track "Future Games" was first released on the Fleetwood Mac album of the same name in 1971. Members of Welch's backing band also make songwriting contributions here though the majority of tracks are Welch's own. The album was reissued as a 2-for-1 CD (the second half being the songs from the follow-up album Man Overboard) by Edsel Records in 1998
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The Other One is the third solo album by former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Bob Welch. The album was reissued as a 2-for-1 CD (the second half being the songs from the follow-up album Man Overboard) by Edsel Records in 1998.
After ex-Fleetwood Mac singer-guitarist Bob Welch died on June 7th, by his own hand at his home in Nashville, his boss in the early Seventies, drummer and Mac co-founder Mick Fleetwood, paid tribute to Welch and his time in the group. He was a huge part of our history which sometimes gets forgotten, Fleetwood said in a statement. There was one other diamond on Mystery, at the very end: Christine’s aching ballad Why, with its oddly affecting blend of bottleneck guitar and cocktail-piano reverie. It was a hint of the pop-with-twists that would soon tranform Fleetwood Mac, and its fortunes, with the arrival of Stevie Nicks and Lindsay Buckingham. Back down to a quartet after Weston’s departure, Fleetwood Mac was, briefly, Welch’s vehicle on Heroes Are Hard to Find – he wrote all but three songs on the record, the band’s first Top 40 album and a durable, appealing bridge to the next era.
Welch started his career with a show band, the Seven Souls, playing night clubs around the country. Las Vegas lounges, and chic European resorts after having a Top-20 hit on the .
Bob Welch: Sentimental Lady, 1977. Chosen by Weyes Blood. Bob Welch was in an early lineup of Fleetwood Mac. I first came across this track in summer 2012: it’s got a dreamy shimmer to it, like light reflecting off water. And Christine McVie has a beautiful, sorrowful voice that rises out of the chorus like a sentimental memory. I always imagine the island of the title being like Sicily, or Hawaii, or some other slow-paced island, on the beach. It has a beautiful golden sound: it’s gonna make you feel really peaceful. I first heard it in the summer, when I was 17 or 18, and I’d never heard music like it before – it was just so pretty.
Gibson Island" Launch Poster. Me (on left ), Von Johin (center), and Cypress Rose (far right). What a great idea - to bring Gibson Guitars in-world and set up a few stages for performances! Bob" Welch is playing to a sim filled with 110 avatars, and the crowd is doing it’s thing in true SL styl. ffering feedback and chatting with the performers like you just can’t do in RL. Some nice Fleetwood Mac anecdotes are a-flowin. he guys clearly are having a great time. MY FORUM at audiocandy. My new "forum" ABOVE The other takeaway is that these students are not using Myspace, which clearly is not positive, however, its not clear they were using Myspace before. DON'T go into the "music business".
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