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I'm Not Me (1983) - Mick Fleetwood\'s Zoo/The Zoo

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Billy Burnette, Mick Fleetwood, George (M.) Hawkins(, Jr.), Steve/Stephen Ross

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Side One:
Angel Come Home Listen.Lyrics available
  Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 4:15
You Might Need Somebody Listen.Lyrics available
  Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 3:26
Tonight Listen.Lyrics available
  Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 3:56
I Want You Back Listen.Lyrics available
  Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 2:51
I'm Not Me Listen.Lyrics available
  Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 3:41
Side Two:
State Of The Art Listen.Lyrics available
  Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 4:04
Tear It Up Listen.Lyrics available
  Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 3:09
This Love Listen.Lyrics available
  Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 4:16
I Give Listen.Lyrics available
  Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 2:46
Just Because Listen.Lyrics available
  Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 2:38
Put Me Right Listen.Lyrics available
  Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 4:03
    Guest Appearances »

Lindsey Buckingham, Jon Clarke, Vince Denham, Christine McVie, Don Roberts, Todd Sharp, Ron Thompson

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    Format »

Domestic Vinyl/CD Album

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Lindsey Buckingham (Songwriter), Paul Burlison (Songwriter), Billy Burnette (Songwriter), Dorsey Burnette (Songwriter), Billy Burnette (Songwriter), John(ny) Burnette (Songwriter), Geoffrey Cushing-Murray (Songwriter), Richard Dashut (Songwriter), George (M.) Hawkins(, Jr.) (Songwriter), George (M.) Hawkins(, Jr.) (Songwriter), Annie McLoone (Songwriter), Nan O'Byrne (Songwriter), Lloyd Price (Songwriter), Steve/Stephen Ross (Songwriter), Steve/Stephen Ross (Songwriter), Michael Smotherman (Songwriter), Tom Snow (Songwriter), Carl (Dean) Wilson (Songwriter), Carl (Dean) Wilson (Songwriter), Jayme Odgers (Photography), Larry Vigon (Art Direction), Jayme Odgers (Design), Larry Vigon (Design), Tony Todaro (Road Manager), Jesse Chapman (Studio Crew), Tony Todaro (Studio Crew), David Brown (Additional Engineering), Richard Dashut (Produced By), Mick Fleetwood (Produced By), Mick Fleetwood (Produced By), Dennis May(e)(s) (Engineered By), Murray Dvorkin (Second Engineer), Carla/Karla Frederick/Fredricks (Second Engineer), Paula Wolak (Second Engineer), Richard Dashut (Mixed By), Dennis May(e)(s) (Mixed By), Tony Todaro (Special Assistant), David/Dave Elliot(t) (Director Of Transcension), Bill(y) Yo(u)delman (Studio Co-Ordinator), Link Zimmanck (Studio Co-Ordinator), Michael Huber (Musical Equipment Co-Ordinator), G.S. Perriman (Inner-Sleeve Illustration)

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Mixed at The Complex and Vintage Recorders

Recored at:
Hornet's Nest, Malibu
Vintage Recorders, Phoenix
The Complex, West Los Angeles

Mastered at Precision Lacquer, Hollywood

God is nowhere scrawled the atheist but the child read God is now here

Special thanks to:
Mickey Shapiro, Brian Adams, Paul Atkinson, Bob Summer

Thanks to:
Steve Mangel, Mark Tinglof, Judy Wong, Lisa Krupczak, Ken Dahlinger, Gerald Morrow, Richard Salvato, Sue Westerbeck, Billy Moss, Gayle Celli, and Stacy, Marilyn and Samantha at Parks, Adams and Palmer.

Lindsey Buckingham appears courtesy of Elektra/Asylum Records in the United States and Canada and Phonogram International in the rest of the world
Christine McVie appears courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
Billy Burnette appears courtesy of CBS Records

TMK(s) Registered - Marca(s) Registrada(s) RCA Corporation - Made/Printed in U.S.A.

(P) 1983 RCA Records, New York, N.Y.


0 7863-5-1

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More likable than you'd think
Review written by John Fitzgerald, August 13th, 2004

As confusing as it was for fans when Mick started releasing "solo" albums, those who bought this were pleasantly treated. The Carl Wilson penned "Angel come home" is just beautiful, sunny harmonies and sensitive vocals from Billy Burnette. It almost sounds like it could have fit well on "Mirage" and is my favorite. "I give" has no drums surprisingly but smooth backing again which is very haunting. Wonderful pop songs get good run throughs here like Tom Snow's "You might need somebody", the catchy "This love" and the attempted single "I want you back". There's some rock tunes present too like Billy's "I'm not me" which sounds great next to his solo offering two years later and Walter Egan's faithful impressive female singer Annie Mcloone penned a very good rocker in "Tonight". This is chock full of goodies and I'd say it's Mick's best "solo" effort to date.

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The second RCA project for Fleetwood Mac's co-founder and timekeeper showcases a snappy West Coast band and some impressive guests more than Fleetwood himself. Since his regular Zoo inmates include Billy Burnette, Steve Ross and George Hawkins, all solid singers, and the auxiliary features Mac's Christine McVie and Lindsey Buckingham, Fleetwood himself is obviously crazy like a fox. Highlights include "Angel Come Home," featuring Burnette, and "I Want You Back," teaming Buckingham and Ross. (Billboard Magazine, 9/10/83)

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Discography entry submitted by John Fitzgerald & Ali. Billboard review submitted by Travis Island.