During her years with Fleetwood Mac, Christine McVie only recorded one album. It was released in 1984, after Mirage had run its course and the band was taking an extended break. Given its release date, it's not surprising that Christine McVie sounds like it could have been recorded during the Mirage sessions – it's a collection of soft rock/pop and ballads that are pleasantly melodic and ingratiating…
Renowned for her active lifestyle and inspired by her sister Nicola’s dramatic weight loss which is maintained through regular exercise, Christine is joined by Nicola and acclaimed personal trainer Maria Fenn to bring you the perfect workout.
55 tracks, 3 CD set from 60's blues band on the famous Blue Horizon label. The band included Christine Perfect (who married John McVie & joined Fleetwood Mac) & Stan Webb. All tracks restored & remastered by Blue Horizon founder Mike Vernon, with previously unreleased material, detailed liner notes & new photos.
On her seventh CD, blues-rocker Christine Santelli shows off her stylistic versatility with a varied program that includes a couple of excursions into country, a nod to New Orleans, a strange and carnivalesuqe number, and plenty of straight-up roots rock. The focus here is on her voice, which is interesting: at its best, it's a dark, smoky, and richly textured instrument, while at its worst it can be almost painfully scratchy and raw…..