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Fact #156059


Short story:

Law And Order, a solo album by Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac, enters the Billboard album chart in the USA where it will peak at No32 during a six-week stay.

Full article:

Johnny Black : Buckingham supplies most of what’s interesting on Fleetwood Mac albums so, if you like those, you could derive much pleasure from this, which is invested with more energy and imagination than any Mac product since Tusk. When Buckingham goes straight down the middle he delivers perfect West Coast harmony pop songs like Trouble and Mary Lee Jones, but he has an edgier, slightly weird, side to his talent which results in powerful, punchy, ragged numbers like Bwana and the irresistibly bizarre That’s How We Do It In LA. The only low spot is his uncharacteristically ham-fisted rendering of the beautiful 1938 standard September Song, which also tripped up Ian Mculloch of Echo And The Bunnymen when he tried it.
(Review first appeared in CD Review, October 1987)