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Future games - Bob Welch - The Other One (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Future Games is a thoroughly unsatisfactory album. It is thin and anemic-sounding and I get the impression that no one involved really put very much into .
  2. The Other One, an Album by Bob Welch. Released in November on Capitol (catalog no. 1 C ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop Rock, Yacht Rock. Featured peformers: John Carter (producer), Bob Welch (vocals, lead guitar), Don Francisco (drums, percussion, vocals), David Adelstein (keyboards, vocals), Todd Sharp (guitar), Brad Palmer (bass, vocals), Randy Ezratty .
  3. The Other One The Other One is the third solo album by former Fleetwood Mac guitar ist Bob Welch. The track "Future Games" was first released on the Fleetwood Mac album of the same name in Members of Welch's backing band also make songwriting contributions here though the majority of tracks are Welch's own.
  4. Future Games is the fifth studio album by British-American rock band Fleetwood Mac, released on 3 September It was recorded in the summer of at Advision Studios in London and was the first album to feature Christine McVie as a full member. This album was also the first of five albums to feature American guitarist Bob Welch.
  5. Welch himself revisited the song with a shorter, more commercialized reading on his solo album The Other One, but that version dissipated the magic and ambiance of the Fleetwood Mac version. The highlight of this release, and arguably of Welch's five-album stint with the group, is the subtle beauty of "Future Games," making it one of the.
  6. "Future Games" was notable not only for excellence, but because of how transitional it was for this icon of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Fleetwood Mac. Guitarists Peter Green and Jeremy Spencer left the group, and were replaced by the late Bob Welch and Danny Kirwan. Arguably they should be considered equals to the two previous axemen/5().
  7. Oh, the future came You were by my side Will you explain, oh yeah Real rhyme or reason for those future games Now you were there last night And oh were you afraid Of things we'd come upon While playing future games But baby, it's alright and so have faith Oh yeah, you invent the future that you want to face How many people sit home at night.

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