This new CD certainly doesn't resemble anything the Mac did in the 70s. IMO this new CD is terrible. I couldn't get past the terrible music part of the CD to get to the recording quality. Too bad.
It's lackluster in spots, alarmingly bad in others and transferred at high level. The occasional old timey tremolo is neat-o. The whole thing sounded better the second time I listened, skipping about 25% with the track button. Her tunes are better than his, but the lyrics suffer from low emotional impact/meaning all the way round. Cristine McVie is "additional personnel" no longer a regular member.
Got it for my wife on her b-day. She, a longtime fan, lacking the patience to skip past the losers is too disappointed by the scary loud parts to ever play it again.
I agree with Rockvirgo that this CD is lackluster. It is really a Stevie Nicks and Lindsay Buckingham combo-solo effort -(but with bad songs) - much like the last couple of Crosby, Stills and Nash discs. Mostly solo efforts on one disc. Christine McVie's vocals and songs are missed tremendously here. A couple of listens and you will Ebay it for a couple bucks or use it as coaster.