On Say You Will, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks work together on their first Fleetwood Mac studio album since Tango in the Night (1987).

On Say You Will, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks work together on their first Fleetwood Mac studio album since Tango in the Night (1987). Drummer Mick Fleetwood and bassist John McVie are, of course, both on board as well. However, longtime Mac member/songwriter Christine McVie is regrettably absent from the lengthy (but only occasionally plodding) 18-song set. Though McVie does provide background vocals on one track, her optimistic, poppy songs are missed. Luckily, Nicks penned the set's sunny title track, which is catchy and destined to be a radio hit. Buckingham's meaty, bass-heavy stomper "Murrow Turning Over in His Grave" is another highlight, while the driving rocker "Running Through the Garden" showcase's Nicks' passionate vocals. The bulk of Buckingham's contributions to this set were originally intended for an aborted solo album. Now, these songs have finally found a home.—KC