Some of these tracks work only so long as you can push all memory of the originals from your mind. If I’d somehow never heard the original cut of “Rhiannon”, I might find Best Coast’s version sufficiently charming; knowing better, though, it leaves me in kind of a spluttering, stunned rage, like knocking back a whiskey shot before realizing it’s apple juice. Bethany Cosentino does away not just with with Buckingham’s witchy riff and Nicks’s peaty vocals, but the song’s crucial minor key altogether, subbing in a bouncy piano line and tweaking the end of each vocal line with a sweet curlicue, like the little swirl on the top of your Dairy Queen soft-serve. And what’s true for her version is true for the collection as a whole. The original is a seduction; this is food-court flirtation.