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|Single by Fleetwood Mac|
|from the album Fleetwood Mac|
|B-side||"Blue Letter" (single version)|
|Released||October 1975 (UK)|
|Label||Reprise K 14403|
|Producer(s)||Fleetwood Mac, Keith Olsen|
|Fleetwood Mac singles chronology|
"Warm Ways" is a song performed by British/American music group Fleetwood Mac. The song was written and performed by group keyboardist/vocalist Christine McVie. In October 1975, "Warm Ways" was released as the lead single from the album entitled Fleetwood Mac in the United Kingdom. It was not released as a single in the United States, where "Over My Head" was issued as the first single instead.
The 'single version' of the song, released for radio airplay, is a slightly edited version that is different from the version appearing on the Fleetwood Mac album. The single did not chart in Britain, with only the fourth single from the album, "Say You Love Me" managing to chart upon its original release.
- Mick Fleetwood – drums, gong
- John McVie – bass guitar
- Christine McVie – keyboards, lead vocals
- Lindsey Buckingham – guitars, harmony vocals
- Stevie Nicks – harmony vocals
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