Fleetwood Mac — Rhiannon
Album: Fleetwood Mac
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Released: 1975
Length: 4:02
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Rhiannon rings like a bell through the night
And wouldn't you love to love her?
Takes to the sky like a bird in flight
And who will be her lover?

All your life you've never seen
A woman taken by the wind
Would you stay if she promised you heaven?
Will you ever win?

She is like a cat in the dark
And then she is the darkness
She rules her life like a fine skylark
And when the sky is starless

All your life you've never seen
A woman taken by the wind
Would you stay if she promised you heaven?
Will you ever win?
Will you ever win?

Rhiannon
Rhiannon
Rhiannon
Rhiannon

She rings like a bell through the night
And wouldn't you love to love her?
She rules her life like a bird in flight
And who will be her lover?

All your life you've never seen
A woman taken by the wind
Would you stay if she promised you heaven?
Will you ever win?
Will you ever win?

Rhiannon
Rhiannon
Rhiannon

Taken by, taken by the sky
Taken by, taken by the sky
Taken by, taken by the sky

Dreams unwind
Love's a state of mind
Dreams unwind
Love's a state of mind
Dreams unwind
Love's a state of mind
Dreams unwind
Love's a state of mind
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My first crush was Stevie when I saw this on "The Midnight Special".  Search for it, it is really fun version of this song.  
 SoundThinker wrote:
This was the first time that I have ever used the PSD feature of RadioParadise! God do I HATE what nicks and buckingham did to the once excellent band known as Fleetwood Mac. There were about a dozen excellent albums from Fleetwood mac before those two destroyed the band. 

I remember when Fleetwood Mac was known as the best white boy Blues band from England and Peter Green one of the very best guitarist of all times back then! 

Bill, why play commercial crap like this?

Oh wow! So does this mean that as long as I keep streaming now, I'll be one song ahead of the website?

 
I actually feel bad for you, so much energy into such negative thinking, about a song.   Hope you hear something you like soon.  
 Jota wrote:
Buckingham and Nicks were poisonous personalities.

 And their self-titled album was venomous.


To me  7 - Quite Likeable
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In '75, they had so many reasons to be cheerful!
Buckingham and Nicks were poisonous personalities.
 Webfoot wrote:
Glad you figured out PSD.
So, the rest of the members of FM were victims of Nicks and Buckingham?!  I don't buy it. Band members change, bands change, instruments, styles and PEOPLE change. Some people like change and some don't. Some (like me) just think of it as different and appreciate each for what it is.  Your labeling things "commercial crap" or whatever is immaterial. We get it, you don't like it so get over it and move on.
 
Agreed.
The Oh So Tiresome "I knew them before they were popular" routine.
Whatever, dude. I can't think of another band in history that changed personnel as frequently as Fleetwood Mac.
So every single lineup was great until Buckingham/Nicks came along and "destroyed the band? Oh, Puh-leez.
 SoundThinker wrote:
This was the first time that I have ever used the PSD feature of RadioParadise! God do I HATE what nicks and buckingham did to the once excellent band known as Fleetwood Mac. There were about a dozen excellent albums from Fleetwood mac before those two destroyed the band. 

I remember when Fleetwood Mac was known as the best white boy Blues band from England and Peter Green one of the very best guitarist of all times back then! 

Bill, why play commercial crap like this?

Oh wow! So does this mean that as long as I keep streaming now, I'll be one song ahead of the website?

 
Glad you figured out PSD.

So, the rest of the members of FM were victims of Nicks and Buckingham?!  I don't buy it. Band members change, bands change, instruments, styles and PEOPLE change. Some people like change and some don't. Some (like me) just think of it as different and appreciate each for what it is.  Your labeling things "commercial crap" or whatever is immaterial. We get it, you don't like it so get over it and move on. 
 SoundThinker wrote:
This was the first time that I have ever used the PSD feature of RadioParadise! God do I HATE what nicks and buckingham did to the once excellent band known as Fleetwood Mac. There were about a dozen excellent albums from Fleetwood mac before those two destroyed the band. 

I remember when Fleetwood Mac was known as the best white boy Blues band from England and Peter Green one of the very best guitarist of all times back then! 

Bill, why play commercial crap like this?

Oh wow! So does this mean that as long as I keep streaming now, I'll be one song ahead of the website?

Also this is the first time I have ever "rated" a song. Barfo!
 


This was the first time that I have ever used the PSD feature of RadioParadise! God do I HATE what nicks and buckingham did to the once excellent band known as Fleetwood Mac. There were about a dozen excellent albums from Fleetwood mac before those two destroyed the band. 

I remember when Fleetwood Mac was known as the best white boy Blues band from England and Peter Green one of the very best guitarist of all times back then! 

Bill, why play commercial crap like this?

Oh wow! So does this mean that as long as I keep streaming now, I'll be one song ahead of the website?
My favourite band of all time is Fleetwood Mac, but this ain't it. If Peter Green, Danny Kirwan or Jeremy Spencer aren't in the mix, it's not the real Mac. 
 Motolorax wrote:
My 5 year old daughter, Rhiannon, thinks this song was written for her. For that alone, I love it.
 
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My 5 year old daughter, Rhiannon, thinks this song was written for her. For that alone, I love it. 
 pfreet wrote:
If you've never seen the live version of this song from 1976, go see it now! The energy is amazing, totally different feel for this song. And Stevie Nicks is WOW. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=py3w5fttedA

 
Wow. Thanks for posting. I saw them in '79 but I don't remember anything like this.
 pfreet wrote:
If you've never seen the live version of this song from 1976, go see it now! The energy is amazing, totally different feel for this song. And Stevie Nicks is WOW. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=py3w5fttedA

 
Oh yeah, that's why I was in love with Stevie Nicks when I was 15.
When you intend to give this song a perfect 10, and then you find out you already did this.
Stevie Nicks at her absolute very best! 
No one made music like Fleetwood Mac. They didn't fit in a particular genre of rock. They imitated no one.
But most unusual, no one imitated them. I can't think of anyone else to put in the same category. 
 Shesdifferent wrote:
Of all the Fleetwood Mac songs to pick, you pick this overplayed everywhere one?? Seriously? There are so many more hidden gems in Fleetwood Mac's repertoir

 BillG wrote:

Yeah.  We play those, too. 

 
HaHa! Great music deserves to be played with great frequency! And don't ever stop playing great music, Bill!