Go Your Own Way (track) by Fleetwood Mac
Go Your Own Way appears on the following album(s) by Fleetwood Mac:
- Rumours (track #5) (this album) (1977)
- The Dance (track #15) (1997)
- Greatest Hits (track #2) (compilation) (1988)
- Live (track #15) (1980)
- 25 Years - The Chain (track #41) (compilation) (1992)
- The Very Best Of Fleetwood Mac (track #1) (compilation) (2002)
- Fleetwood Mac: Live In Boston (track #10) (2004)
- 50 Years - Don't Stop (track #2) (compilation) (2018)
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Unfortunately this track is used in a car advertisement in Australia, and it gets played on high rotation. Thanks for nothing advertising people, thanks for spoiling a song that’s been near and dear to me my whole life
Visceral, deep running emotions converted into musical form. It's tense, tinged with anguish and delivered with absolute dexterity.
And don't tell me the guitar solo at the end doesn't give you goosebumps.
Such a strong song. It is powerful and hits an incredible climax. Throughout it is one of the best songs of the 70s. An essential listen.
One of the most famous English songs in the non-English-speaking world, its popularity is on par with that of Right Here Waiting. Stevie Nicks' performance sends this song to transcendence.
The only song by Fleetwood Mac I truly enjoy and can relate myself to. It really rocks and the chorus gives me goosebumps.
Best song on the album
An absolutely great song. They could rock during this period, which this song does nicely. The lyrics should be depressing...the album was all about the deteriorating relationships within the band.
Well, One of the bests songs from the album, I really like this one
Oh so this is where this song is from...
Another great song