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Tango In The Night (1987) - Fleetwood Mac


    Featuring »

Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Christine McVie, Stevie Nicks

    Tracklisting »
Big Love Listen.Lyrics availableFan interpretation available Tabs available Midi availableClick to listen to a clip or purchase Big Love from iTunes.
  Date Performance: 1987, Running Time: 3:39
  Comments: Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 5 Peak Dates: May 30, 1987 Weeks On Charts: 16 Chart: Billboard UK Top 50/40 Singles Peak Position: 9 Peak Dates: May 23, 1987 - May 30, 1987 - Jun 6, 1987 Weeks On Charts: 8
Seven Wonders Listen.Lyrics available Midi availableClick to listen to a clip or purchase Seven Wonders from iTunes.
  Date Performance: 1987, Running Time: 3:38
  Comments: Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 19 Peak Dates: Aug 15, 1987 Weeks On Charts: 13 Chart: Billboard UK Top 50/40 Singles Peak Position: 56 Peak Dates: Aug 15, 1987 Weeks On Charts: 1
Everywhere Listen.Lyrics availableFan interpretation available Tabs available Midi availableClick to listen to a clip or purchase Everywhere from iTunes.
  Date Performance: 1987, Running Time: 3:43
  Comments: Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 14 Peak Dates: Feb 6, 1988 & Feb 13, 1988 Weeks On Charts: 17 Chart: Billboard UK Top 50/40 Singles Peak Position: 4 Peak Dates: Apr 30, 1988 Weeks On Charts: 8
Caroline Listen.Lyrics availableClick to listen to a clip or purchase Caroline from iTunes.
  Date Performance: 1987, Running Time: 3:50
Tango In The Night Listen.Lyrics availableFan interpretation availableClick to listen to a clip or purchase Tango In The Night from iTunes.
  Date Performance: 1987, Running Time: 3:56
Mystified Listen.Lyrics availableClick to listen to a clip or purchase Mystified from iTunes.
  Date Performance: 1987, Running Time: 3:06
Little Lies Listen.Lyrics availableFan interpretation available Midi availableClick to listen to a clip or purchase Little Lies from iTunes.
  Date Performance: 1987, Running Time: 3:38
  Comments: Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 4 Peak Dates: Nov 7, 1987 & Nov 14, 1987 Weeks On Charts: 20 Chart: Billboard UK Top 50/40 Singles Peak Position: 5 Peak Dates: Nov 7, 1987 Weeks On Charts: 9
Family Man Listen.Lyrics availableClick to listen to a clip or purchase Family Man from iTunes.
  Date Performance: 1987, Running Time: 4:01
  Comments: Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 90 Peak Dates: Apr 9, 1988 Weeks On Charts: 4 Chart: Billboard UK Top 50/40 Singles Peak Position: 54 Peak Dates: Jan 1988 Weeks On Charts: 1
Welcome To The Room...Sara Listen.Lyrics availableFan interpretation availableClick to listen to a clip or purchase Welcome To The Room...Sara from iTunes.
  Date Performance: 1987, Running Time: 3:37
Isn't It Midnight Listen.Lyrics availableClick to listen to a clip or purchase Isn't It Midnight from iTunes.
  Date Performance: 1987, Running Time: 4:06
  Comments: Chart: Billboard UK Top 50/40 Singles Peak Position: 60 Peak Dates: Jun 1988 Weeks On Charts: 1
When I See You Again Listen.Lyrics availableFan interpretation available Tabs availableClick to listen to a clip or purchase When I See You Again from iTunes.
  Date Performance: 1987, Running Time: 3:47
You And I, Part II Listen.Lyrics availableClick to listen to a clip or purchase You And I, Part II from iTunes.
  Date Performance: 1987, Running Time: 2:40
    Released »

1987-04-14

    Format »

Domestic Vinyl/CD Album

    Other Appearances »
Lindsey Buckingham (Songwriter), Lindsey Buckingham (Songwriter), Richard Dashut (Songwriter), Christine McVie (Songwriter), Christine McVie (Songwriter), Stevie Nicks (Songwriter), Stevie Nicks (Songwriter), Eddy Quintela (Songwriter), Sandy Stewart (Songwriter), Brett Livingstone-Strong (Cover Painting By), Roy Hopper (Studio Crew), Ray(mond) Lindsey (Studio Crew), Steve Matteucci (Studio Crew), Lindsey Buckingham (Produced By), Lindsey Buckingham (Produced By), Richard Dashut (Produced By), Greg Droman (Engineered By), Stephen/Steve Marcussen (Mastered By), Lindsey Buckingham (Arranged By), Lindsey Buckingham (Arranged By), Jeri Heiden (Art Direction By), Lindsey Buckingham (Additional Engineering By), Lindsey Buckingham (Additional Engineering By), Greg Gorman (Cover Photo By), John Courage (Studio Coordinator), Lindsey Buckingham (Cover Concept By), Lindsey Buckingham (Cover Concept By), Richard Dashut (Cover Concept By)

    Record Label »
Warner Bros. Records

    Catalogue Number »

9 25471-2 (CD) 9 25471-1 (LP) 9 25471-4 (Cassette)

    Running Time »

44:24

    Liner Notes »

BASIC TRACKS RECORDED AT RUMBO RECORDERS

RECORDED AND MIXED AT THE SLOPE

MASTERED AT PRECISION LACQUERS

Cover Painting "Homage Henri Rousseau"

VERY SPECIAL THANKS:
MICHAEL BROKAW
JOHN COURAGE

SPEOAL THANKS:
BOB AGUIRRE
REBECCA ALVAREZ
DAVID BLOOM
CHERI CASPARI
DOUG CASPER
TONY DIMITRIADES
DENNIS DUNSTAN
MICHAEL HUBER
JAY
CHRIS KABLE POLIS
MICHAEL OSTIN
MO OSTIN
GLEN "THE HAIR" PARRISH
EDDY QUINTELA
IRWIN RENNERT
MICKEY SHAPIRO
LENNY WARONKER

THIS ALBUM IS DEDICATED TO JUDY WONG

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(P) 1987 Warner Bros. Records Inc. (a Warner Communications Company) for the US & WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the US

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Glossy, but not intimate...nor personal
Review written by Jon the Moonspinner, February 17th, 2010

Just recently I began collecting the 12-inch remixes of singles released from "Tango in the Night", and they show what a much richer album it might have been with some judicious planning. Stevie Nicks has nearly been left out of the mix (she was touring with Dylan and Petty while most of the album went down), although on the DJ remixes she is certainly present (especially on "Little Lies", where she gets a neat solo). Nicks' spotlight songs are her weakest in ages, starting with the wan "Seven Wonders" (written by Sandy Stewart with lyrics "augmented" by Nicks!). Lindsey's "Big Love" sounded good on the radio, but it hasn't held up (his recent gritty live versions of this tune are actually much better than what we get here). Christine comes through with her usual style and grace, though her closer with Lindsey, "You and Me Part II", is a bummer, as is the feeling that Fleetwood Mac wasn't really a cohesive unit any longer. They were friends united by the need to make money. BEST: Little Lies, Family Man, Everywhere, Isn't It Midnight, Welcome To the Room, Sara.

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Fleetwood Mac Still the Best
Review written by Dan Delaney (djdorglabor@msn.com), March 9th, 2009

Tango in the Night. I was 33 yrs. old and was very familiar with the group.
All I can say is this: A great band, a great album.
Christie McVie is not touring, but she was a very big part of the band.
They all produced great music. Great harmony and great memories.
I would stack them up against any "Band" of today.

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My first Fleetwood Mac Album
Review written by Gavin, August 17th, 2006

In 1987, I was 11 years old, and having heard 'Big Love' by this band called Fleetwood Mac, I was surprised that even my Mum and Dad knew who they were and liked them! Obviously at 11, I knew nothing of the groups' past or hey-day, but it was 'Tango in the Night' that introduced me to the band and subsequently made me develop a huge interest in the group and their huge back catalogue of music. The album, to me, is a classic. From the minute I heard 'Big Love' on the UK Top 40 countdown one Sunday afternoon, I knew I'd love the album. My absolute favourite tracks are 'Isn't It Midnight', a sure-fire driving track that you just HAVE to turn up wherever you are! I also love 'Everywhere' for a its pure majestic beauty, while the title track is also a dark, brooding number which still totally captures my imagination even now nearly 20 years on. Stevie Nick's heartfelt 'When I See You Again' is one of my favourite compositions by her, while the track 'Welcome to the Room...Sara' continues Nicks's poetic leanings and references to her inner-self as 'Sara'. The album is generally considered 'hit packed' and one of their greatest releases which is arguable among the older Fleetwood Mac fans that grew up with them in the 60's and 70's. For me though, the album captures the 80's and my childhood perfectly!

    Comments »

A hit, yes. A blockbuster? Probably not. Lead single, "Big Love," may ultimately prove the strongest track on the album. The problem isn't a lack of first-rate material but rather an absence of obvious single choices. Once again, Lindsey Buckingham is the driving force, though both Christine McVie and Stevie Nicks weigh in with impressive contributions. Best bets: "Mysterious (sic)," "Seven Wonders," and "Isn't It Midnight." (Billboard Magazine, 4/25/87)

  • Charts Peak : US #7 (May 1987), UK #1 (Oct 1987), UK #1 (May 1988, re-chart)
  • RIAA Certification : Album - Multi-Platinum (3 million, 10/03/00)

  •     Last Modified »
    2011-04-30
        Tracklisting »
    Discography entry submitted by Josh Williams.