Oct 15, 2004


Mick Fleetwood had previously played with the “Cheynes”, the “Bo Street Runners”, “Peter B’s Looners” and “Shotgun Express”. The “Cheynes” were the back up band for the group the “Ronettes” who were the opening act for “the Rolling Stones” on their 1964 UK Tour. In April 1967 Mick joins “John Mayall’s” back up band “The Bluesbreakers”. The group now is comprised of Mayall, Fleetwood, “John McVie” and “Peter Green” born “Peter Greenbaum”. Peter had also previously played with “Peter B’s Looners”, “Shotgun Express” and replaced “Eric Clapton” in “The Bluesbreakers” in July of 1966. Mayall allows Green, McVie and Fleetwood some spare studio time where they record early songs for their new group to come. By June Mayall fires both Fleetwood and Green.

“Mike Vernon” who is the owner of “Blue Horizon” records is looking to sign an American Blues Band and first auditions the “Levi Set” but rejects them. He next introduces “Jeremy Spencer” to Fleetwood and Green. The trio adds bassist “Bob Brunning” and decides on the name for the group to be “Fleetwood Mac”. On 12 & 13 August they make their major debut at the Windsor Jazz & Blues Festival in Windsor, Berks., England. On 17 September they play at the Saville Theater in London adding the recently fired McVie who replaced Brunning who had departed to form the “Sunflower Brunning Blues Band”. On 3 November their debut single on “Blue Horizon” records titled “I Believe My Time Ain’t Long” billed as “Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac” is released. The single fails to make the charts and they become the record companies’ regular house band backing for “Otis Spann”, “Duster Bennett” and others.

In March 1968 their debut self-titled album “Fleetwood Mac” is released and it peaks at #198 in the US going all the way to #4 in the UK. In August Green writes the song “Black Magic Woman” that the group releases as their second single and it peaks at #37 in the UK. The version performed by the group “Santana” goes to #4 in the US in 1971. In July they release their version of a “Little Willie John” song “Need Your Love So Bad” with string arrangement from “Mickey Baker” of “Mickey & Sylvia” fame and it peaks at #31 in the UK. They next begin their first ever US tour next beginning in Detroit, MI. On 13 July they make a guest appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show” on CBS TV. On 25 August they begin a two-month long tour of the UK with newly added member “Danny Kirwan” who had been previously spotted by Green playing in the group “Boilerhouse”.

They next place an ad in the UK paper The Melody Maker for a new guitarist and after auditioning 300 potential candidates decide none are good enough to add to the group. In September “Mr. Wonderful” is released and it peaks at #10 on the UK singles chart. The single includes piano work by “Christine Perfect” who is currently a member of the group “Chicken Shack”. On 4 December the group begins their second US tour and at the end of the tour they record at the Chess Ter-Mar Studios with “Willie Dixon”, “Otis Spann”, “J. T. Brown”, “S. P. Leary” and “Honeyboy Edwards”. On 23 December they perform at the Miami Pop Festival in Miami, FL along with “Marvin Gaye”, “Steppenwolf”, “Three Dog Night”, “The Grateful Dead” and many others.

In January 1969 “Albatross” written by Green becomes their first ever #1 hit single topping the UK chart. In February they release “English Rose” and it peaks at #184 on the US album chart. In March they begin a tour of Europe and the UK with “B. B. King”, “Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee” and “Duster Bennett”. In May “Man Of The World” also written by Green peaks at #2 on the UK singles chart stuck behind “Get Back” by “The Beatles with Billy Preston”. Their contract with “Blue Horizon” expires and they sign a short-term contract with “Andrew Loog Oldham” who is the Manager of “The Rolling Stones” to his “Immediate” record label. On 7 June they appear on the Musical variety show broadcast from Bremen, Germany “Beat-Club”. Also appearing on the show are “The Beach Boys”, “Paul Revere & The Raiders”, “Mary Hopkin”, “Joe South”, “Chris Andrews”, “Collosseum”, “Spooky Tooth”, “Status Quo” and “Steppenwolf”.

On 16 July they begin a six-week US tour. In August “Need Your Love So Bad” is re-issued in the UK and this time peaks at #32 on the singles chart. This is followed in September by “Pious Bird Of Good Omen” and it peaks at #18 on the UK album chart. Also this month “Blue Horizon” records decides to re-release again “Need Your Love So Bad” and this time peaks at #42 in the UK. “Then Play On” released in October peaks at #109 in the US and at #6 in the UK on the album charts. In November they release another Green written single “Oh Well” reflecting his Jewish Religious beliefs and embracing Christianity. It would peak at #2 in the UK and it becomes their first ever charting single in the US when it debuts on 31 January 1970 later peaking at #55. In December “Blues Jams At Chess” featuring the group and all the artists they had previously jammed with the previous December is released but it fails to make any of the album charts.

In January “Jeremy Spencer” is released with the group backing Jeremy up but this album also fails to make any of the charts. On 27 February Green tells a reporter from the New Musical Express that he is going to give all of his earnings away. On 11 April while the band is in Munich, West Germany Green decides to quit the band but decides to finish the tour and makes his last appearance with them on 24 May at the Bath Festival in Bath, Somerset, England. In June they release “The Green Manalishi (With The Two-Prong Crown)” is released and it peaks at #10 on the UK singles chart. On 8 August Christine announces to the world she is quitting the music business and then flies to the US to meet the group and her new husband John McVie. She had been voted Female Vocalist of the year for 1969 by the Melody Maker newspaper and would later change her last name to McVie.

In October “Kiln House” that was the name of the rental house the group recorded the album of the same name in, is released and peaks at #69 in the US and at #39 in the UK. Peter releases his solo debut album “The End Of The Game” but it fails to make any of the charts. In December the group purchases Benifolds Mansion near Haslemere, Surrey, England where they will all stay and work together. In February 1971 Spencer tells the group he is going out to buy a newspaper while they were staying at the Hawaiian Hotel in Los Angeles, CA and he never returns. It is later determined that he suffered from pressure and depression and joined the religious cult The Children Of God.

In April after returning to the UK “Judy Wong” the wife of “Jethro Tull’s” “Glenn Cornick” introduces the group to singer, songwriter and musician “Bob Welch” from Los Angeles who joins the group. Bob had previously been playing in a soul band called “Seven Souls” backing “James Brown”, “Aretha Franklin” and many others during their shows in Las Vegas. The band breaks up in1969 and Welch and 2 other members of the group head to Paris where they formed the R&B trio “Head West”. The group eventually splits up as Welch is planning a solo career with “Stax” records in Memphis, TN. On 24 June they appear for the second time on the show “Beat-Club” along with “Frumpy”, “Lucifer’s Friend”, “Mountain” and “Warhorse”. In July the album “Fleetwood Mac In Chicago” recorded previously in January 1969 is released and it peaks at #190 in the US. “Black Magic Woman” is released in October peaking at #190 on the US album chart. This is followed in November by “Future Games” that would peak at #91 on the US album chart.

In February 1972 “Greatest Hits” is released and it peaks at #36 in the UK album chart. “Bare Trees” follow this in May and it peaks at #70 on the US album chart. In August Kirwan refuses to appear on stage and becomes the first member of the group to be fired. He is quickly replaced by “Bob Weston” from “Long John Baldy” and vocalist “Dave Walker” recruited from “Savoy Brown”. In September the new line-up performs at the North Carolina Motor Speedway in Rockingham, NC with “Three Dog Night”, “Alice Cooper”, “Poco”, “Black Oak Arkansas”, The James Gang” and many others. Spencer releases his first solo album without the group backing him up titled “Jeremy Spencer And The Children Of God” but it fails to make any of the charts as would all of his future solo recordings. In May 1973 “Penguin” with a guest appearance from Green is released and peaks at #49 on the US album chart.

In June “Albatross” is re-issued and this time peaks at #2 in the UK. Walker decides to leave the group at this time. It is found out in September that Weston was having an affair with Fleetwood’s wife Jenny and he becomes the second member fired from the group. On 1 November the group’s manager “Clifford Davis” is very upset that the group refuses to continue their current tour and sends them a letter threatening that he will take a new group to the US and call them “Fleetwood Mac”. Davis assembles his bogus group to finish the US tour and then becomes involved in a bitter lawsuit. The imposter group later decides to form as a group called “Stretch” and would have a hit single in 1975 in the UK with “Why Did You Do It”.

On 2 November they perform on the NBC TV show “The Midnight Special” hosted by “James Brown”. In December “Mystery To Me” debuts and peaks at #67 on the US album chart. In January 1974 the bogus group gives up its’ tour after only 2 weeks on the road because of the poor turnout. The real group decides to relocate to Los Angeles to be closer to their new record company “Reprise” and their attorney “Mickey Shapiro”. In September the real group begins a new 43-date US tour to promote their upcoming album. In November the album “Heroes Are Hard To Find” is released and peaks at #34 in the US. The now 1 year old legal battle to retain the rights to their name is finally over and so they decide to permanently live in California. In December Welch leaves the group to form the group “Paris”.

Also in December producer “Keith Olsen” plays a track from an album for the group by “Buckingham & Nicks”. “Lindsey Buckingham” is in the studio that day and on 31 December he and his girlfriend “Stevie Nicks” are invited to join the band. Both Lindsey and Stevie were previously members of the San Francisco bay area group “Fritz” and after the group split in 1971 the duo moved to Los Angeles and recorded their debut album “Buckingham Nicks” that was a commercial failure. Lindsey had also worked as a sessions musician and toured with “Don Everly” and Stevie worked as a waitress in Hollywood up until this point. In March 1975 “Vintage Years” a compilation album of hits from 1967 to 1969 is released and it peaks at #138 on the US chart. In August a new “Fleetwood Mac” album this time produced by “The Band” and Olsen with songs also written by Buckingham, Nicks and Christine debuts. It would take 15 months after entering the chart and it becomes their first US #1 record and peak at #23 in the UK eventually selling platinum.

On 8 November their second US charting single and first in over 5 years “Over My Head” makes its’ debut and peaks at #20. “Fleetwood Mac In Chicago” is re-released in December and this time peaks at #118 on the US album chart. On 27 February 1976 they make their second appearance on “The Midnight Special” this time hosted by “David Brenner”. They would appear 3 more times this year on the show. On 6 March “Rhiannon (Will You Ever Win)” makes its’ debut and would peak at #11 on the US singles chart. On 4 July they perform with “The Eagles” at Tampa Stadium in Tampa Florida. Also on the 4th their single “Say You Love Me” debuts and goes to #11 on the US chart and peaks at #40 in the UK. On 8 January 1977 “Go Your Own Way” makes its’ debut and would peak at #10 on the US chart and peak at #38 in the UK on the singles charts.

On 26 January Green is committed to a mental hospital by “Sir Ivor Rigby” following an incident the month prior where he threatened accountant “Clifford Adams” with an air rifle as he was trying to present him with a royalty check. He had been previously committed in 1973 by his father and was currently working as a gravedigger and hospital porter. In February the McVies separate, Buckingham and Nicks’ relationship begins to separate them and Fleetwoods’ divorce proceedings begin. On the 4th of February “Rumours” is released and is their second #1 album in the US and first #1 album in the UK. It would sell in excess of 15 million copies worldwide over its’ 130 week stay on the US chart and 400 weeks on the UK chart.

On 18 March they make their 1st of 3 appearances this year on “The Midnight Special”. On 16 April their biggest single hit to date makes its’ debut “Dreams” that goes all the way to #1 in the US, peaks at #24 in the UK and sells over a million copies. Their next release is “Don’t Stop” on 9 July that peaks at #3 on the US singles chart. This is followed on 15 October by “You make Loving Fun” that peaks at #45 in the UK and peaks at #9 in the US on the singles chart. Also this year “Rhino” records released a 75-minute long video documentary of the group called “Classic Albums: Fleetwood Mac – Rumours”. On 16 January 1978 the group wins Favorite Band, Duo or Group and Favorite Album of the year awards at the 5th annual American Music Awards. On 28 February “Rumours” wins album of the year at the 20th annual Grammy awards.

On 11 March “Rhiannon” is re-released in the UK and peaks at #46 there. On 28 July 1979 Green finally has a hit solo album in “In The Skies” that would peak at #32 in the UK. They next release “Tusk” on 6 October recorded at Los Angeles Dodger Stadium with the “U.S.C. Trojan Marching Band”. It would create a record at the time of the most musicians ever to play on a single record. It would peak at #8 in the US and at #6 in the UK. On 10 October the group is awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame in Hollywood, CA. On 10 November the double-album “Tusk” that is reported to have cost 1 Million dollars to produce is released. It would peak at #4 on the US chart and go all the way to #1 in the UK. In 1980 they have 2 single hits with “Think About Me” that peaks at #20 in the US followed by “Sisters Of The Moon” that only manages to peak at #86. They release one album this year in December called “Fleetwood Mac Live” that peaks at #31 in the UK and at #14 in the US.

From January 1981 to March 1987 they had only 3 singles on the US chart the biggest of these was “Hold Me” that peaked at #4 in 1982. In July 1981 Fleetwood’s solo album “The Visitor” was released and peaked at #43 in the US. On 7 August 1982 the group released their first album in over 4 years “Mirage” is released and it peaks at #5 in the UK and goes to #1 in the US where it stays for 5 weeks. From 3 – 5 September they perform at the US Festival in San Bernardino, CA with “Jackson Browne”, “The Cars”, “The Grateful Dead”, “Eddie Money”, the “Police”, “Santana”, the “Talking Heads” and many others. In February 1983 a UK only release “Oh Diane” peaks at #9 on the singles chart there. On 1 May 1984 Fleetwood files for bankruptcy. On 28 March 1987 their first US charting single in almost 5 years “Big Love” makes its’ debut and peaks at #5 and at #9 in the UK.

Their only album release in 1987 is “Tango In The Night” which would peak at #7 in the US and top the chart in the UK. They had a total of 4 charting singles this year with the biggest of these being “Little Lies” that peaked at #4 in the US and at #5 in the UK. In September 1987 they add new members “Billy Burnette” the son of rockabilly star “Johnny Burnette” and “Rick Vito”. In May 1988 “Tango In The Night” is re-issued in the UK and peaks at #1 again. They have 2 charting singles in the US in 1988 with “Family Man” that only made it to #90 followed by “As Long As You Follow” that peaked at #43. On 31 December 1988 “Greatest Hits” on “Reprise” records a 17-track album is released and goes to #14 in the US and to #3 in the UK.

On 24 March 1990 the group begins a world tour in Australia called “The Mask Tour”. On 21 April “Behind The Mask” is released that peaks at #18 in the US and enters the UK album chart at #1. “Save Me” makes its’ debut on 7 April and it peaks at #33 in the US on the singles chart. On 1 September they perform with “Jethro Tull” and “Hall & Oats” at Wembley Stadium in Wembley, London, England. On 1 November they receive the Gold Ticket Award for ticket sales of 100,000 or more at Madison Square Gardens in New York City. In December both Nick and Christine decide to leave the group. In February 1991 Buckingham, McVie, “John Lee Hooker” and many others attend the grand opening ceremony of Mick’s new blues club, Fleetwoods in Los Angeles. In November Vito leaves the group and signs a solo contract with “Modern” records.

In February 1992 Mick’s new band the “Zoo” originally called the “Cholos” with “Bekka Bramlett” daughter of “Delaney and Bonnie”, “Billy Thorpe” “Gregg Wright”, “Tom Lilly” and “Brett Tuggle” signs a contract with “Capricorn” records. In July “Zoo” releases their one and only album “Shakin’ The Cage” that peaks at #19 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. Even though they had not officially broken up the group re-appears on January 1993 with Fleetwood, Buckingham, Nicks and the McVie’s and perform “Don’t Stop” at incoming President Bill Clinton’s Inaugural concert at the Capital Centre in Landover, MD. On 14 May 1994 “Greatest Hits” is re-released in the UK and peaks at #38. On 21 July the group now with “Dave Mason” and “Bekka Bramlett” perform a set at Fleetwood’s new place Fleetwood’s Restaurant & Blues Club, in Alexandria, VA.

On 11 October the group next appears at the Wang Dang Doodle benefit for the “Willie Dixon” created Blues Heaven Foundation at the House Of Blues in LA. In July 1985 they begin the Can’t Stop Rockin’ US tour with “REO Speedwagon”, “Pat Benatar” and “Orleans”. On 23 September another UK only release “Live At The BBC” debuts and peaks at #48 there. On 21 October “Time” is released and peaks at #47 on the UK album chart and fails to chart in the US. Their only release in 1996 was “Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac: Live At The BBC” but it fails to make any of the charts. On 22 & 23 May 1997 Fleetwood is joined once again with Buckingham, Nicks, and Christine & John McVie for a concert in front of a specially invited audience on the Warner soundstage in Los Angeles. On 6 September “The Dance” a 17-track collection album of live material from a recent MTV special is released and peaks at #15 in the UK and debuts at #1 in the US.

Also on 6 September “Silver Springs” a studio version of the B side of “Go Your Own Way” is released and it peaks at #41 on the US singles chart. This new version has a live version of “Go Your Own Way” on its’ flip side. “The Chain” makes its’ debut next in December and it peaks at #30 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart in the US. “Rumours” is re-released in September in the UK only and peaks at #18 this time around. On 12 January 1998 “Sheryl Crow” inducts the group into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame at the 13th annual ceremonies in New York City. On 4 February one of their Grammy Awards for “Rumours” is sold at Christies auction house in New York City for $11,500. They are next presented with the Outstanding Contributions to British Music on 9 February at the 17th annual BRIT Awards at the London Arena in England.

On 17 March “Legacy: A Tribute To Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours” with songs by “Elton John”, “The Cranberries”, “The Goo Goo Dolls”, “Sister Hazel”, “Tonic”, “Jewel”, “Matchbox Twenty”, “Duncan Sheik”, “Shawn Colvin”, “Tallulah” and “The Corrs” is released and peaks at #86 on the US album chart. “Landslide” is their next release on 18 July and it peaks at #51 on the US pop chart and at #10 on the Adult Contemporary chart. In November “Greatest Hits” on “Reprise” records is released it peaks at #3 in the UK and peaks at #14 in the US. The group at this time decides to take a hiatus for a few years. On 15 October 2002 “Reprise” records decides to release a 36-track CD titled “The Very Best Of Fleetwood Mac” and it peaks at #12 in the US.

On 15 April 2003 the group now comprised of Fleetwood, Buckingham, Nicks, and John their first album of new music in 6 years titled “Say You Will” is released and it peaks at #3 in the US. “Peacekeeper” and “Say You Will” from this album are both released this year as singles. “Peacekeeper” peaked at #16 on the Adult Top 40 chart and at #10 on the Adult Contemporary chart. “Say You Will” peaks at #21 on the Adult Top 40 chart and at #17 on the Adult Contemporary chart. On 23 and 24 April they make their first appearances on US TV in 6 years on NBC TV’s “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno”. On 15 June 2004 “Reprise” records released “Live In Boston” which was a deluxe 3-hour 2 DVD and CD package with 34-tracks on it. It would peak at #84 on the US Top 200-album chart. My favorite CD I own by this group is ”GREATEST HITS” that was released on “Reprise” records in November 1988. The songs on this CD are listed below in the order, as they appear followed by the length of each and then my rating of each.

1. Rhiannon – 4:09 – 5
2. Don’t Stop – 3:10 – 5
3. Go Your Own Way – 3:36 – 5
4. Hold Me – 3:44 – 5
5. Everywhere – 3:41 – 4
6. Gypsy – 4:23 – 5
7. You Make Loving Fun – 3:29 – 5
8. As Long As You Follow – 4:08 – 4
9. Dreams – 4:13 – 5
10. Say You Love Me – 4:09 – 4
11. Tusk – 3:29 – 5
12. Little Lies – 3:36 – 5
13. Sara – 6:21 – 5
14. Big Love – 3:37 – 4
15. Over My Head – 3:33 – 5
16. No Questions Asked – 4:40 – 4


Rating Key:
5 –Great
4 – Very Good
3 – Good
2 – Fair
1 – Poor
0 – This song does not belong here!

Billboard US Top 100 Pop Singles for the “FLEETWOOD MAC”

1. Oh Well – Pt. 1 – Debut 01/31/70, Peaked at #55
2. Over My Head – Debut 11/08/75, Peaked at #20
3. Rhiannon (Will You Ever Win) – Debut 03/06/76, Peaked at #11
4. Say You Love Me – Debut 07/04/76, Peaked at #11
5. Go Your Own Way – Debut 01/08/77, Peaked at #10
6. DREAMS- Debut 04/16/77, Peaked at #1 (GOLD)
7. Don’t Stop – Debut 07/09/77, Peaked at #3
8. You Make Loving Fun – Debut 10/15/77, Peaked at #9
9. Tusk – Debut 10/06/79, Peaked at #8
10. Sara – Debut 12/15/79, Peaked at #7
11. Think About Me – Debut 03/08/80, Peaked at #20
12. Sisters Of The Moon – Debut 06/07/80, Peaked at #86
13. Fireflies – Debut 02/07/81, Peaked at #60
14. Hold Me – Debut 06/19/82, Peaked at #4
15. Gypsy – Debut 09/04/82, Peaked at #12
16. Love In Store – Debut 11/27/82, Peaked at #22
17. Big Love – Debut 03/28/87, Peaked at #5
18. Seven Wonders – Debut 06/20/87, Peaked at #19
19. Little Lies – Debut 08/29/87, Peaked at #4
20. Everywhere – Debut 11/28/87, Peaked at #14
21. Family Man – Debut 04/02/88, Peaked at #90
22. As Long As You Follow – Debut 12/03/88, Peaked at #43
23. Save Me – Debut 04/07/90, Peaked at #33
24. Silver Springs – Debut 09/06/97, Peaked at #41
25. Landslide – Debut 07/18/98, Peaked at #51
26. Peacekeeper – Debut 08/13/03, Peaked at #80


If you wake up and don't want to smile
If it take just a little while
Open your eyes and look at the day
You'll see things in a different way
Don't stop thinking about tomorrow
Don't stop, it'll soon be here
It'll be, better than before,
Yesterday's gone, yesterday's gone
Why not think about times to come
And not about the things that you've done
If your life was bad to you
Just think what tomorrow will do
Don't stop thinking about tomorrow
Don't stop, it'll soon be here
It'll be, better than before,
Yesterday's gone, yesterday's gone
All I want is to see you smile
If it takes just a little while
I know you don't believe that it's true
I never meant any harm to you
Don't stop thinking about tomorrow
Don't stop, it'll soon be here
It'll be, better than before,

Now here you go again
You say you want your freedom
Well who am I to keep you down
It's only right that you should
Play the way you feel it
But listen carefully to the sound
Of your loneliness
Like a heartbeat...drives you mad
In the stillness of remembering what you had
And what you lost...
And what you had...
And what you lost

Thunder only happens when it's raining
Players only love you when they're playing
Say...Women...they will come and they will go
When the rain washes you clean...you'll know

Now here I go again, I see the crystal visions
I keep my visions to myself
It's only me
Who wants to wrap around your dreams and...
Have you any dreams you'd like to sell?
Dreams of loneliness...
Like a heartbeat...drives you mad
In the stillness of remembering what you had...
And what you lost
And what you had...
And what you lost

Rhiannon rings like a bell thru the night
And wouldn't you love to love her
Takes to the sky like a bird in flight
And who will be her lover?

All your life you've never seen
A woman - taken by the wind
Would you stay if she promised you heaven
Will you ever win

She is like a cat in the dark
And then she is the darkness
She rules her life like a fine skylark
And when the sky is starless

rhiannon......, rhiannon......, rhiannon......

will you ever win

Dreams unwind
Love's a state of mind
All your life you've never seen
A woman taken by the wind
Would you stay if she promised you heaven
Will you ever win


Fleetwood Mac was one of my favorite groups of the 70’s and 80’s and I owned almost all of their singles. The only album I owned by them was one of the biggest selling albums of the 70’s in “Rumours” as well as the CD listed above. I’m pretty sure most die hard rock fans have or have had the “Rumours” album or CD at one time. If for some strange reason you are a big rock enthusiast and you have never heard this album or own it you need to find it now! This groups’ music was amiable, brooding, celebratory, delicate, earnest, intimate, melancholy, mellow, plaintive, reflective, rollicking, sophisticated, stylish and theatrical. That’s all for this week folks next Friday I will be covering singer, songwriter, guitarist and pianist “Dan Fogelberg”. Thanks as always for dropping by, reading, rating and commenting and I hope everyone has a Wonderful and Safe Weekend and God Bless, Ron.



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