1973 was a busy year for Fleetwood Mac, who continued to ply a mix of California country rock and blues at a time when glam ruled the roost in England. PENGUIN was one of two albums recorded that year and the band's first since parting ways with Danny Kirwan. Replacing him were English guitarist Bob Weston and singer Dave Walker, who the Mac stole from Savoy Brown after an American tour with that band. Due to a fair amount of drunk and disorderly behavior in the studio, Walker's contributions were minimal. He penned a country-flavored number called "The Derelict" and sings lead and plays harmonica on Jr. Walker's "(I'm A) Road Runner."
01 Remember me - 2:45 02 Bright fire - 4:33 03 Dissatisfied - 3:44 04 (i'm a) road runner - 4:55 05 The derelict - 2:49 06 Revelation - 5:00 07 Did you ever love me - 3:44 08 Night watch - 6:17 09 Caught in the rain - 2:48