Wes Anderson’s music guru Randall Poster produced this tribute with Gelya Robb, and it’s as inspired as their 2011 LP Rave On Buddy Holly. Aside from Antony’s sparkling “Landslide,” the less-familiar stuff is most striking. Trixie Whitley turns “Before the Beginning” into a howling séance; Billy Gibbons steers “Oh Well” away from the Ren Faire. Some radio staples – including the Kills’ leaden “Dreams” – fizzle, but Best Coast give “Rhiannon” a Courtney-meets-Darlene Love vibe. And Lykke Li’s synth-y “Silver Springs” shows all those dream-pop texture sluts dominating indie rock the magic ingredient: songwriting.
Listen to ‘Just Tell Me That You Want Me: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac’: