Christine Perfect (album)
|Studio album by Christine Perfect|
|Released||Dec 6 1970|
Danny Kirwan on "When You Say"
|Christine Perfect chronology|
Christine Perfect is the debut solo album of former Chicken Shack keyboardist/singer Christine McVie née Perfect.  The album was released just after Perfect had left Chicken Shack, but before she joined Fleetwood Mac. It contained the Etta James song, "I'd Rather Go Blind", which had earlier been a hit single for Chicken Shack.
Originally released in 1970, the album was re-released in 1976 as The Legendary Christine Perfect Album'.
|1.||"Crazy 'Bout You Baby"||Little Walter||3:03|
|2.||"I'm on My Way"||Deadric Malone||3:10|
|3.||"Let Me Go (Leave Me Alone)"||Christine Perfect||3:35|
|4.||"Wait and See"||C. Perfect||3:14|
|5.||"Close to Me"||C. Perfect, Richard Hayward||2:40|
|6.||"I'd Rather Go Blind"||Ellington Jordan, Bill Foster||3:20|
|7.||"When You Say"||Danny Kirwan||3:14|
|8.||"And That's Saying a Lot"||Chuck Jackson, Walter Godfrey||2:58|
|9.||"No Road Is the Right Road"||C. Perfect||2:49|
|10.||"For You"||C. Perfect||2:46|
|11.||"I'm Too Far Gone (To Turn Around)"||Belford Handricks, Clyde Otis||3:26|
|12.||"I Want You"||Tony Joe White||2:23|
The Christine Perfect Band
- Christine Perfect - vocals, keyboards
- Top Topham - guitar
- Richard Hayward - guitar
- Martin Dunsford - bass guitar
- Chris Harding - drums
- John Bennett, Derek Wadsworth, Terry Noonan - arrangements
- Danny Kirwan - guitar (7)
- John McVie - bass guitar (7)
- Stan Webb - guitar (6)
- Andy Sylvester - bass guitar (5/6)
- Dave Bidwell - drums (6)
- CD Christine Perfect Sony Music Distribution 1995
- CD Christine Perfect Sony Music Distribution 2005
- LP The Legendary Christine Perfect Album [Sire] CBS Records / Sire 2008
- Digi Christine Perfect [UK] Blue Horizon Records 2011
- Allmusic review
- "Musician Guide, "Christine McVie Biography: Career, Biography, Famous Works, and Awards"".
- "Christine McVie: The Legendary Christine Perfect album".
- "Christine McVie / Christine Perfect". http://www.allmusic.com. Retrieved 8 March 2013.
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