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Mystery to Me

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Mystery to Me
Studio album by
Released15 October 1973
RecordedSpring-Summer 1973
StudioRolling Stones Mobile Studio at Benifold, Hampshire; mixed at Advision Studios, London
GenreRock, soft rock
ProducerFleetwood Mac & Martin Birch
Fleetwood Mac chronology
Mystery to Me
Heroes Are Hard to Find
Singles from Mystery to Me
  1. "Hypnotized"
    Released: 15 October 1973
Professional ratings
Review scores
AllMusic3/5 stars[1]
The Daily VaultA[3]
Rolling Stone(negative)[4]

Mystery to Me is the eighth studio album by British American band Fleetwood Mac. It was released on 15 October, 1973 through Reprise Records and was the last album to feature Bob Weston. It went to number 67 in the United States and number 82 in Canada and sold moderately well. The single Hypnotized became an American FM radio staple although it was not a hit single.

Track listing[change | change source]

Side one
No. TitleLead vocals Length
1. "Emerald Eyes"  Welch 3:37
2. "Believe Me"  C. McVie 4:12
3. "Just Crazy Love"  C. McVie 3:22
4. "Hypnotized"  Welch 4:48
5. "Forever"  Welch 4:04
6. "Keep On Going"  C. McVie 4:05
Side two
No. TitleLead vocals Length
1. "The City"  Welch 3:35
2. "Miles Away"  Welch 3:47
3. "Somebody"  Welch 5:00
4. "The Way I Feel"  C. McVie 2:43
5. "For Your Love"  Welch 3:44
6. "Why"  C. McVie 4:55
2020 remaster bonus tracks
No. TitleLead vocals Length
13. "For Your Love" (Mono promo edit)Welch 3:12
14. "Good Things (Come to Those Who Wait)"  Welch 3:24

References[change | change source]

  1. Elias, Jason. "Mystery to Me – Fleetwood Mac". AllMusic. Archived from the original on 14 January 2012. Retrieved 25 December 2006.
  2. Christgau, Robert (March 1974). "The Christgau Consumer Guide". Creem. Retrieved 14 January 2012 – via robertchristgau.com.
  3. Jones, Curtins (2019). "The Daily Vault Music Reviews : Power Windows". dailyvault.com. Retrieved 18 February 2019.
  4. Fletcher, Gordon (3 January 1974). "Fleetwood Mac Mystery to Me > Album Review". Rolling Stone. No. 151. Archived from the original on 10 March 2009. Retrieved 14 January 2012.