Track 1 is “Remember Me”. This is a laid back, gentle rock song with Christine McVie on lead vocals, and on top form. It is an excellent opener, very well produced, with some lovely harmonies on the refrains. Bob Weston adds some very effective slide guitar to the mix, and the whole thing sounds just superb. Sadly, it is downhill from here until near the end.
Track 2 is “Bright Fire”, which has a slightly harder edge. It is a Bob Welch composition, and he takes the lead vocals. The song is not nearly so strong as Track 1, but is still easy on the ear. Towards the end it livens up a bit with some harmonies, but this one still goes on too long.
Track 3 is “Dissatisfied”, and has Christine McVie back on lead vocals again. While it is in much the same vein as Track 1, it is nothing like as good, and does not have the splendid Bob Weston slide guitar to spice it up.
Dave Walker stars on the next two tracks, which are extraordinary (or at least the first one is), and I think they would have closed Side 1 of the LP. More on these next time.