Picks and Pans Review: Enchanted
As one-fifth of Fleetwood Mac, the chiffon-wearing, tambourine-banging Nicks seemed to specialize in singing songs about dreams, gypsies and gold-dust women. This three-disc set documents her more earth-bound solo output (from '81 to '94). Though padded, at times, with lesser-known cuts off her five albums, Enchanted may be a revelation for those familiar only with Nicks's hits. "Rock a Little (Go Ahead Lily)" and "I Sing for the Things" possess a delicate beauty, while "Wild Heart" and "Ooh My Love" throb with passion. And few '80s classics have aged as nicely as "Leather and Lace."
Bottom Line: An often ethereal collection of soft-rock oldies