Sunday, July 15, 2007

We Live in a Time When Paintings Have No Color

Long before his 27-game-winning season with the Oakland A's in 1991, Bob Welch recorded "Sentimental Lady" twice, once as a member of Fleetwood Mac and once as a solo artist. It's the one he cut as a solo artist that features the unmistakable sound of Christine McVie on backing vocals; Mick Fleetwood also plays drums on that one, and Lindsey Buckingham plays guitar. It's the version of "Sentimental Lady" he did with Fleetwood Mac that sounds like Welch recorded it all alone.

I know it's confusing. That's what I'm here for.

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