On now to the music on this significant record.
Track 1 is a jaunty, upbeat, Christine McVie song, and is the title track (3.35 minutes). This is a harbinger of the things that will start with the next album. Christine McVie sings the verses, and their are group harmonies on the refrains. This is a most worthy opener.
Track 2 is “Coming Home” (3.52 minutes). This is a Bob Welch song, and uniquely the publishers are given as Warner Bros. This is indeed the only time on his whole stint with the band that this credit appears . This is a slow, brooding song, with fairly dark undertones, and the vocals are deliberately faint and very laid back. Drums and piano come in after the gloomy intro, but do nothing to lift the dismal feel of the thing. There is some fitting laid back guitar, which is quite effective. All in all, this is a bit of a strange track, but not bad in its way.
Track 3 is “Angel” (3.35 minutes), not to be confused with any other songs of the same name. This is another Bob Welch song, which has a very effective quasi Red Indian beat throughout. Bob Welch does all the vocals, which are much more audible than in the previous track.. This is a perfectly reasonable song, but it goes on too long.
Onto Track 4 next time.