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Fleetwood Mac — Station Man
Album: Kiln House
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Released: 1970
Length: 5:35
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Station Man
I've been waiting
Can you tell me
When we're leaving

Midnight train
Now is leaving

Engine screaming

ah, ah
ah, ah
ah, ah
ah, ah

Where I'm going I don't know
But you tell me I must go
When we're leaving I don't know
But you tell me now

I see it's coming
And bringing something
This train of lovin'
I see it's comin'
I feel it's runnin'
This train of lovin'
From ages past

Station Man
I've been waiting
Can you tell me
When we're leaving
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One of my favorite FM albums.  
Wow is this fantastic song
 kurt_from_kanada wrote:
Why is this album not available on itunes? Kinda hard to support RP when material is beyond reach.
 
Kurt - check out Amazon
Why is this album not available on itunes? Kinda hard to support RP when material is beyond reach.
'Round the last time FM was worth a damn...
Thought this was Tragically Hip until I looked on the RP playlist.  Didn't realize Fleetwood Mac could have been such a good jam band.


marvelous...  love this song, and this whole album...


 
Hmmmnnn, don't really care for this one — sounds too much like the Rolling Stones to me.
This was fantastic and turned my head in 1970 and it is fantastic now - thanks Bill.
 radly wrote:
It is great to here some old Fleetwood Mac with Peter Green.
 
Green had left the band. The two guitarists are Jeremy Spencer and Danny Kirwan.

This whole album is a jewel...

everybody in my hotel room loves this song...

 
 horseplayer wrote:
Wonderful, love it, just great.  The whole album.

Does anyone know if this is available for (legal) download anywhere? i couldn't find it on napster, rhapsody, itunes, or even spotify.  Lost my vinyl; now the only place I'll ever hear it is Radio Paradise!

 
Try the Amazon CD button on the song page. It´s only seven and a half bucks, and Radio Paradise gets a bit of that as a kickback for putting up the link. I picked up the CD like that. It's great music, especially for the road.
Wonderful, love it, just great.  The whole album.

Does anyone know if this is available for (legal) download anywhere? i couldn't find it on napster, rhapsody, itunes, or even spotify.  Lost my vinyl; now the only place I'll ever hear it is Radio Paradise!

 bachbeet wrote:
Another great song from a vastly underrated album.
 
I totally agree



love this classic...

Another great song from a vastly underrated album.

Syncopated!


I like this, sounds more like Crazy Horse and The Band mixed together and I saw below, yea, Joe Walsh.

Loved it then and now. Perfect!
 1wolfy wrote:
walk away.. vandal wrote:
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noted
walk away.. vandal wrote:
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{#Drummer} Yeah, Mick.
Never liked it then because it wasn't PG. Love it now, tho...great movement here.
It's been forever since I heard this tune and brings back soooo many memories.  I love it!{#Bananajam}
Reminds me a bit of Joe Walsh
mute
I forgot about this song!  Love it.
 Johray63 wrote:
Very recognizable rhythm section, I suddenly realize. It's been with Fleedwood Mac from the start and played with some of the greatest musicians, I think. Everything around them changed but they, pretty much, remained the same.Edited By Johray63 at 2:27 am on 3/30/2002
 
Mick FLEETWOOD & John M(A)Cvie, a great rhythm section, indeed!

awesome...


This song is soooo good for the ears...

 
 Johray63 wrote:
Very recognizable rhythm section, I suddenly realize. It's been with Fleedwood Mac from the start and played with some of the greatest musicians, I think. Everything around them changed but they, pretty much, remained the same.Edited By Johray63 at 2:27 am on 3/30/2002
 

Could it be because Mick Fleetwood is the drummer?
 radly wrote:
It is great to here some old Fleetwood Mac with Peter Green.


 
I think Peter Green was gone by the time this album was being recorded.

  The  MAC  !     {#Guitarist}


I still have this original vinyl album...  love this song...

 
MAJOR flashback.  only on RP!
Wow these guys were good - back then
Great song from a Great Album.
A listenable tune, though, \"Mystery to Me\" is my fave. Any Fleetwood Mac before the invasion of the bottle snatcher (Stevie Nicks) is just fine. \"Rumors\" is the most over-played, over-hyped album of its time.
It is great to here some old Fleetwood Mac with Peter Green. :clap:
Hey, don\'t feel too bad. This is the first time I heard this song and I also thought it was the Stones.
Oh my, I just realized that my whole life (which is becoming more considerable amount each year) I thought this was a Rolling Stones song. That\'s another thing about middle age. You realize how very wrong you can be. And, it cracks you up. Amazing.
Saw them do this live at the Whiskey. Simply wonderful. By the way... the girl was with them. Her name is Christine.
I appreciate Mick Fleetwood more all the time - this is cool.
Very recognizable rhythm section, I suddenly realize. It's been with Fleedwood Mac from the start and played with some of the greatest musicians, I think. Everything around them changed but they, pretty much, remained the same.
Never heard this before. Excellent music.
keep on playing FMs less well known songs.
this album started, what i think, is the most interesting period of fleetwood mac. most assurdly, the most under- played and underrated era of their music. starting with \"kiln house\" in \'70, \"future games in \'71, \"bare trees\" in \'72, \"penguin\"& \"mystery to me\" in \'73 and heroes are hard to find in \'74, there is alot of really great music that never gets heard. thanks bill for chipping away at that big piece of music that never gets played.
I gotta say... this is the first Fleetwood Mac tune I\'ve heard in years that didn\'t have me reaching for the dial to flee to another station (or the mouse to flee to another web broadcast in this case ;) ) not entirely unlikeable.
I agree, this one shouldn't be on the playlist. It's not a bad song; it just seems terribly out of place in context with the interesting songs that get played here. Check out this Letter to the Editor someone posted. :p
One of my favorite Fleetwood Mac songs before THE girl joined. pbm