Christine Perfect is the debut solo album of keyboardist and singer Christine McVie (then Christine Perfect). The album was released just after Perfect had left Chicken Shack, but before she joined Fleetwood Mac.
"It doesn't sound like Fleetwood Mac but, surprise of surprises, John McVie and Danny Kirwan of the Mac are performng on that tune. "Wait and See" is a real treasure, while "And That's Saying a Lot" is such a shift in mood that it starts to sink in what a complex and complete recording this is. The listener really has to stand back from McVie's fame and just hear the music for what it is, a superb presentation by a commercial voice with solid backup. "No Road Is the Right Road" changes the vibe again, and maybe that's a result of the array of talent, from Chicken Shack (her original band), to Yardbirds guitarist Top Topham, to Rick Hayward (later of Savoy Brown). As for the arrangements, Terry Noonan, John Bennett, and Derek Wadsworth all lend their talents." (AMG review)
Genre: Blues Rock
CD reissue: 1993
Quality: 192 Kbps
Official website: NA
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