Track 7 is “Bad Loser” (3.25 minutes). This is an upbeat song with Bob Welch’s guitar again to the fore. It is a Christine McVie composition, with good use of multiple voices. Christine McVie’s vocals are a bit too much laid back, maybe, but this is by no means a bad song.
Bob Welch is the composer of ALL the last four songs on the album.
Track 8 is “Silver Heels” (3.25 minutes), where the vocals start with the first note. It is a good soft-rock singer-songwriter thing. It has a good beat and a fine arrangement; again, in its way, it is a pretty good song.
Track 9 is “Prove Your Love” (3.57 minutes), and is a truly splendid thing. There is a drum intro and the strong beat continues throughout. Christine McVie launches quickly into some very competent vocals. She takes the solo vocals right through to the end, which is an “Ah Ah” section, and is excellent. This is a genuinely good song.