Track 5 on the CD, which I think would have been the penultimate one on Side One of the LP, is “Over My Head” (3.34 minutes). This is a quiet, laid back Christine McVie composition, with a strong and catchy beat. She sings solo throughout. It is nothing special, but perfectly acceptable.
Side One of the LP would have ended, or so it seems to me, with what is Track 6 on the CD. This is “Crystal” (5.12 minutes), a song written by Stevie Nicks. It has a very quiet start, with her doing solo vocals, but fairly quickly builds up with Christine McVie harmonising with her, alternating solo/duet throughout in the soon to be distinctive fashion.
Track 7, I think, would have kicked off Side Two of the LP. This is “Say You Love Me” (4.11 minutes), another Christine McVie composition. It is an unashamed rocker, where she moves back to her Chicken Shack blues roots. Stevie Nicks joins in the refrains. It is a superb opener for Side Two, a very good track indeed, and includes some double tracking of Lindsey Buckingham’s guitars, featuring inter alia some almost Byrds-like 12 string stuff.