This CD is filled with great classic songs from the Queen of Rock and Roll of the late 70's and early 80s. Stevie Nicks has always had a sexy voice. I love her duets on this CD with Tom Petty and Don Henley which are Stop Dragging My Heart Around and Leather and Lace respectively. I wonder why Stevie's duet with Kenny Loggins Whenever I Call you Friend is not included here. Most of Stevie's hits are included here like Stand Back, I Can't Wait, and If Anyone Falls. Timespace brings back a lot of memories from my preteen and teenage years. I enjoyed it very much.
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Stevie Nicks hasn't scored an incredible number of post-Fleetwood Mac hits, but she's had enough to fill this CD. (Her 1998 four-CD box set may qualify as overkill). Her best solo songs are ones that sound like they could have come from Fleetwood Mac, including "Stand Back," "Leather and Lace," and "If Anyone Falls"--all included here. The highlight of this CD, and of Nicks' solo career, is "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around," her collaboration with Tom Petty. Petty proves to be Nicks's best foil since Lindsey Buckingham.--Charles R. Cross