Fleetwood Mac's 50 Greatest Songs

From British blues to California rock, from smooth sunshine to the most haunting breakup epics ever

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37. "Sisters of the Moon"

Fleetwood ranked "Sisters of the Moon" among "the greatest 'band moments' in our career." Unlike many Tusk songs that emerged from Buckingham's work in his home studio, the moody "Sisters of the Moon" was a product of jamming that took place during long sessions at Village Recorder in Los Angeles. "I honestly don't know what the hell this song is about," Nicks said. "It wasn't a love song, it wasn't written about a man. ... It was just about a feeling I might have had over a couple of days, going inward in my gnarly trollness. Makes no sense. Perfect for this record." 

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