OK, now we see the concluding sentences in the anonymous notes in the CD insert:
“Bob Welch, a Los Angeles-based guitarist and vocalist who had served a stint in an R&B band called the Seven Souls, was recruited as a replacement for Spencer.
“It was this line-up – Christine and John McVie, Bob Welch, Danny Kirwan and Mick Fleetwood – that entered the studio in the summer of 1971 to record Future Games. The album’s tune stack ranges from the Bob Welch R&B shouter “Lay It All Down”, to the evocative, jazz-flavoured title track to the lilting Christine McVie ballad “Show Me A Smile”. The three Kirwan-penned tunes are special treats. According to one critic, “Woman Of 1000 years” “floated on a languid sea of echo-laden acoustic and electric guitars,” while “Sometimes” boasted a sparkling country arrangement and “Sands Of Time” accented the band’s formidable melodic prowess.”
Hmm. My views on the music start next time.