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Updated on April 13, 2015

Fleetwood Mac

Fleetwood Mac 1975-1987

Fleetwood Mac began as a British blues band 1967 that became a California-based pop group in the mid-Seventies. Very few bands have undergone as many transitions. Changes with band members and different styles of music lead this group into the sound of great rock and roll as we know Fleetwood Mac today. Only two members have remained constant over the years: drummer Mick Fleetwood and bassist John McVie, whose surnames provided the group name Fleetwood Mac.

July 11, 1975: 'Fleetwood Mac', the album that begins a new chapter with the addition of Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks, is released.

This was the start of their mainstream success, 1975-1987. On January 12, 1998, Fleetwood Mac was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Greatest Hits Album - MP3 Downloads From Their Greatest Hits Album - Hit the Stop Button on Playlist to Listen to These

Fleetwood Mac has so many wonderful songs; I can't break it down to just a few as my favorite. Their Greatest Hits Album sums up what made them a band worthy of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998.

Download any song or the entire Album and see if you agree with me that they are one of the best bands of the 70's and 80's.

Fleetwood Mac Greatest Hits Full Mp3 Album

Greatest Hits
Greatest Hits

List of songs on this album. Buy the entire album or the individual songs from this link.

1 Rhiannon

2 Don't Stop

3 Go Your Own Way

4 Hold Me

5 Everywhere

6 Gypsy

7 You Make Loving Fun

8 As Long As You Follow

9 Dreams

10 Say You Love Me

11 Tusk

12 Little Lies

13 Sara

14 Big Love

15 Over My Head

16 No Questions Asked

 

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Fleetwood Mac Greatest Hits Vinyl - View Here

The link above is for the Greatest Hits Vinyl album shown above. Which can be purchased from there in CD, CD, Audio Cassette, and MP3. More Greatest Hits albums of Fleetwood Mac are shown on the Amazon page after clicking on the link above.

These are the greatest hits of the version of Big Mac that produced Hits with a capital H! While pre-Stevie Nicks-Lindsey Buckingham versions of the group charted in the U.K. five times between 1968 and 1973, the post-blues-rock edition of the band reached unprecedented commercial heights beginning with "Rhiannon," a No. 5 smash in the spring of 1976. It's on this 16-track solid-gold set, along with the rest of the hits up through 1988's "Everywhere." A long version of "Sara" and some bonus tracks are included for extra value. --Steven Stolder

The Very Best Of Fleetwood Mac (2CD) [Enhanced]

The Very Best Of Fleetwood Mac (2CD)
The Very Best Of Fleetwood Mac (2CD)

Spanning 22 years, this double-disc, 36-track compilation chronicles the initially unlikely and ultimately triumphant conflation of a failing, veteran English neo-blues band (Mick Fleetwood and the McVies) with a pair of mercurial American also-rans (the baroque folk-rock genius Lindsey Buckingham and crypto-songbird Stevie Nicks). The creative alchemy was immediate, as 15 epochal tracks ("Dreams," "Say You Love Me," "The Chain," "Don't Stop") from Fleetwood Mac and Rumours here attest...this set also includes the strongest of the Mac's latter-day recordings (Nicks's "Paper Doll," "Silver Springs," and "No Questions Asked"; McVie's "As Long As You Follow"), as well the Lindsey Buckingham showcases "Go Insane" and "Big Love" from '97's The Dance. --Jerry McCulley

 

Rumours

Rumours
Rumours

Rumours came out when the group’s personal soap opera was unfolding. Couples: Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks, and Christine and John McVie had broken up. Mick Fleetwood had split with his wife. Stevie Nicks and Mick Fleetwood had an affair.

Each song told their own emotions and anguish and pain of what they had been feeling. Knowing their story, you can hear it in each song. Wonderfully performed and in my opinion, one of their best albums. April 16, 1998: ‘Rumours’, by Fleetwood Mac, is certified by the RIAA for sales of 18 million copies. --S. Mertens

 

Rumors Music Video

Mirage

Mirage
Mirage

The party was pretty much over for Fleetwood Mac by 1982; the blockbuster pop classics Fleetwood Mac and Rumors were mid-1970s memories, 1979's Tusk had been a grand experiment but a commercial bust, and Stevie Nicks had already launched a solo career. Still, that didn't mean Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham, and Christine McVie couldn't continue to write engaging, appealing pop in their sleep. Mirage has a handful of high points any Mac fan would appreciate, from Buckingham's soulful "Book of Love" to Nicks's twirl-inducing "Gypsy" to McVie's catchy "Love in Store." Overall, the Mac's magic touch seems usurped by a band merely going through the motions--but those motions still resulted in a few worthwhile moments. --Peter Blackstock

 

Tango in the Night

Tango In The Night
Tango In The Night

Thanks to the long shadow cast by the group's blockbuster Rumours, this 1987 effort was inevitably regarded as something of a letdown. That's too bad, since it's an underrated set that contains plenty of inventively catchy tunes, with a quirky sonic edge that gives the songs added sonic and emotional depth. Lindsey Buckingham's eccentric, vaguely menacing "Big Love" is a standout, as is Christine McVie's brightly bittersweet "Little Lies," along with such dark-horse winners as "Seven Wonders," "Caroline," "Mystified," and Stevie Nicks's typically mystical "Welcome to the Room ... Sara." --Scott Schinder

 

Tango In The Night Music Video

Tusk

Tusk
Tusk

This 1979 20-track double album remains the most consistently adventurous project any incarnation of the veteran band ever attempted. Everything from Lindsey Buckingham's Brian Wilson jones (the warm, inventive harmonies of the band's dreamy outtake of the Beach Boys chestnut "Farmer's Daughter") to Christine McVie's knack for jazz-bluesy heat ("One More Time," which ultimately became "Over and Over") and pop hooks ("Think About Me") and Stevie Nicks's pop-goddess hoodoo (deliciously spare, fragile versions of "Sara," "Storms," and "Sisters of the Moon"). Most of the demos and outtakes here are imbued with a funky, loose-limbed spirit that offer new insight into their creation. But, as on the finished album, it's Buckingham's endlessly inventive creative spirit that dominates, from the chunky-rhythmed "Can't Walk out of Here" and "Out on the Road" (which became "The Ledge" and "That's Enough For Me," respectively) to three separate early recordings that chronicle the evolution of "I Know I'm Not Wrong." Rumours may be ubiquitous; Tusk remains unique. --Jerry McCulley

 

Fleetwood: My Life and Adventures in Fleetwood Mac

My personal review of this book:

I applaud Mick Fleetwood's insightful on his feelings of the group. He tells of the early history of Fleetwood Mac to the many transformations of the band. Mick does not sugar coat any part of the struggles, relationships and his own faults. I found it a very moving book that I couldn't put down.

Fleetwood: My Life and Adventures in Fleetwood Mac
Fleetwood: My Life and Adventures in Fleetwood Mac

This rollicking chronicle shows how, despite personnel changes, drug problems, road trips, divorces and reconciliations, the rock band Fleetwood Mac has endured from the '60s to the present. This "will please avid fans and casual readers alike," said PW. "Fleetwood emerges as hip and flip and the book is written in an assured, essentially happy tone." Photos.

Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc.

 

Fleetwood Mac - Anthology

Fleetwood Mac - Anthology (Piano/Vocal/Guitar Artist Songbook)
Fleetwood Mac - Anthology (Piano/Vocal/Guitar Artist Songbook)

27 hits from these rock legends. Includes: The Chain (Keep Me There), 2022 Don't Stop, Dreams, Gypsy, Hold Me, Landslide, Little Lies, Rhiannon, Sara, Songbird, You Make Lovin' Fun and more.

 

Great Hits...

Fleetwood Mac has had some great hits before and after their mainstream era as shown. But nothing can beat that time.

Fleetwood Mac - Live in Boston (2004)

Fleetwood Mac - Live in Boston (2 DVD + 1 CD)
Fleetwood Mac - Live in Boston (2 DVD + 1 CD)

Buckingham's hair has a grayish sheen; Nicks, who I have seen several times as a solo act, is clearly a mature woman long past the days of her svelte Welsh Witch; John McVie and Mick Fleetwood lead both of them in age. Given this, one almost expects a "nostalgia" tour, but nostalgia be damned: even in the absence of Christine McVie, this is still one helluva band, and God help recent girl singers and boy bands who might be tempted to sneer: when Fleetwood Mac takes the stage, you get Big Time Take No Prisoners Rock And Roll.

 

Fleetwood Mac - The Dance (1997)

Fleetwood Mac - The Dance
Fleetwood Mac - The Dance

Such guarded expectations make the musical punch of The Dance all the more impressive, and enable the meticulously produced concert special to genuinely surprise. The band's musicianship–-the one constant between the original, late '60s English blues band and its platinum '70s lineup featuring guitarist Lindsey Buckingham and singer Stevie Nicks–-is in peak form, buttressed by a discreet auxiliary of additional musicians. Even with the hired guns, though, it's the rock-solid rhythm section of founders Mick Fleetwood and John McVie, and Buckingham's impassioned playing that strike sparks. Always a dynamic guitarist, Buckingham brings feverish intensity to both group classics and solo turns such as "Go Insane."

 

Timeline of 1975 to 1987 - Presently the group continues on without Christine McVie

July 11, 1975: 'Fleetwood Mac', the album that begins a new chapter with the addition of Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks, is released.

September 1, 1976: 'Fleetwood Mac' peaks at #1, setting a record for the longest time between an album's release and its topping the charts. Three singles drawn from the album mark Fleetwood Mac's debut in the U.S. Top Forty: "Over My Head" (#20), "Rhiannon" (#11) and "Say You Love Me" (#11).

February 4, 1977: 'Rumours', by Fleetwood Mac, destined to become the fifth best-selling album in music history, is released.

April 2, 1977: 'Rumours' tops the Billboard album chart for the first of 31 weeks. Ultimately, it will chart in the U.S. for 134 weeks and in the U.K. for 443 weeks-the second longest tenure in U.K. history and more than the rest of Fleetwood Mac's catalog put together.

February 23, 1978: 'Rumours' wins Album of the Year at the 20th annual Grammy Awards.

October 1, 1979: 'Tusk' an adventurous double album, is released. The title track, which features the University of Southern California Trojan Marching Band, hits #8, while the Nicks-penned "Sara" reaches #7.

March 1, 1982: Pete Townshend, Stevie Nicks, Mick Jagger, Adam Ant, Pat Benatar, the Police and David Bowie kick off the "I Want My MTV" advertising campaign.

August 7, 1982: 'Mirage' becomes the third #1 album of the Buckingham-Nicks era of Fleetwood Mac. Their first studio album since 1979, it yields three hit singles: "Hold Me" (#4), "Gypsy" (#12) and "Love in Store" (#22).

October 1, 1985: The various members come together to record an Elvis Presley song, "Can't Help Falling in Love," for the film 'A Fine Mess'. This testing of the waters leads to sessions for a new Fleetwood Mac album.

April 1, 1987: 'Tango in the Night', the final studio album from Fleetwood Mac in the classic incarnation that cut Rumours, is released. It reaches #7 and gives rise to four Top Forty singles: "Big Love" (#5), "Seven Wonders" (#19), "Little Lies" (#4) and "Everywhere" (#14).

Penquin Sightings

Often I Think of Fleetwood Mac when I See a Penguin. Penguin is an album by British rock band Fleetwood Mac, released in 1973. It was the first Fleetwood Mac album to feature Bob Weston and the only one to feature Dave Walker. The penguin is the band mascot favoured by John McVie.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Well done, thank you.

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      Heather Burns 7 years ago from Wexford, Ireland

      Fleetwood Mac is one of my favorite bands and one I was going to do a page on also. Have seen them live several times. Still dress like Stevie, and always did. I have every album they have ever made individually and collectively. 5* lens.

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      Nancy Tate Hellams 7 years ago from Pendleton, SC

      Very enjoyable lens and wow it did bring back the memories. Thank you.

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      The-Java-Gal 7 years ago

      Really enjoyed the attention to detail in your album histories. Loved the automatic music that played for the duration of my visit. 5 stars!

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Enjoyed listening to Fleetwood Mac once again. Dreams is one of my favorites....Stevie Nicks has such a distinct voice and made the band in my humble opinion.

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      sukkran trichy 7 years ago from Trichy/Tamil Nadu

      very interesting page. i enjoyed it. one more well constructed lens from you sandy. 5*

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      Mary 7 years ago from Chicago area

      This reminded me of the Stevie Nicks tie-in in "School of Rock." So cute & funny! I have an early F.M. album (maybe their first?) and love it. I like Christine McVie's vocals just as much as Stevie's.

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      marsha32 7 years ago

      great lens! great music!

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      Rhonda Albom 7 years ago from New Zealand

      Nice to learn a bit more about one of my favorite bands. I love fleetwood mac. Great choice for a fun music lens.

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      Andy 7 years ago from London, England

      Excellent informative music lens

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      WhiteOak50 7 years ago

      Oh, I love this lens!! I love Stevie Nicks voice! How did you get the player on this module! I need to add one to my 1960s music lens. Lensrolling, fav'ed and 5* all the way!

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      Sandy Mertens 7 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      @WhiteOak50: I will send you a message. Glad you loved it.

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      Richard 7 years ago from Surrey, United Kingdom

      Always enjoyed listening to Fleetwood Mac. One of my favourites from their earlier period is 'Albatross'. Great job on the lens :)

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      Mary Beth Granger 7 years ago from O'Fallon, Missouri, USA

      Thanks for some interesting information on Fleetwood Mac. I liked reading your timeline. This is very well done!

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      kimmanleyort 7 years ago

      I listened to a lot of Fleetwood Mac in the 70's. They have a very unique style all their own. Great tribute to this classic band. 5*

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      HorseAndPony LM 7 years ago

      I am a huge Fleetwood Mac fan. What a fantastic group. Great Lens.

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      BW Duerr 7 years ago from Henrietta, New York

      I played Rumors so much the I'm surprised I still like it. I couldn't help myself... I played every song/clip on your lens. Twice. Great job and collection. :D

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      Lou165 6 years ago from Australia

      I love Tango in the Night, one of my closest friends used to play it in the car when we were on a road trip so it brings back lots of great memories.

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      Sue Dixon 6 years ago from Grasmere, Cumbria, UK

      I love Fleetword Mac. Your lens is a great tribute to a great group. I can't pick just 1 song- I love so many!

      Blessed by a Squid Angel today and added to my angel lens.

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      darciefrench lm 6 years ago

      Such a timeless band.. thanks for the memories

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      David Stone 6 years ago from New York City

      Loved this as I usually do your writings, Sandy. Not a Squid Angel anymore, but I lensrolled to three of my music lenses. Thanks for a nice ride. My first Mac hearing was pre-Christine, Lindsey, etc., all blues and played by a girlfriend I later married. At least enjoying Fleetwood Mac wasn't a mistake.

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      Faye Rutledge 6 years ago from Concord VA

      One of my favorite bands! Great lens.

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      Paul 6 years ago from Liverpool, England

      Great lens on one of my favourite bands. I've always though it ironic that the commercial success led to them being underrated musically.

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      2ues 6 years ago

      I really enjoyed viewing this lens and it was nice to see a profile image I have seen before.

      I am still in awe of the lens I am seeing here and this is no exception. I like the way you have made it interesting to view.

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      JoyfulPamela2 6 years ago from Pennsylvania, USA

      Fleetwood Mac has always been one of my favorite bands, too! : )

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      LissaKlar LM 6 years ago

      I love Fleetwood Mac! Nice lens.

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      squid-pinkchic18 6 years ago

      Great lens! Lots of cool stuff here.

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      NuMil3Design 6 years ago

      One of the great bands. Not many people know that they started off as a blues band. "Before the Beginning", "Looking for Somebody", "I Loved Another Woman" and "Albatross" are some of the sweetest blues you'll ever hear.

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      MargoPArrowsmith 6 years ago

      I LOVE Fleetwood Mac!

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      kguru1979 lm 6 years ago

      Very cool collection of Fleetwood Mac...! I love your lens...!

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      Positivevibestechnician 6 years ago

      Great band !!

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      jvsper63 6 years ago

      I love Fleetwood Mac..This is a Great lens:)

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      Grandma-Marilyn 6 years ago

      I always thought I didn't like the music of the 80's but I guess I was wrong. LOL

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      pancreatitishelp 5 years ago

      I grew up listening to this band as mum and dad loved them. Thanks for sharing

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      whoisbid lm 5 years ago

      I used to play and sing GoldDust Woman on the synth but now I can't play anymore because I have been doing too many other things. I am sure if I get back to it then it will only be a matter of months before I am playing OK again. I love her voice and the band. You and I have something in common!

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      Cheryl Paton 5 years ago from West Virginia

      Fleetwood Mac has lots of great songs.

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      Toni Grundstrom 5 years ago from Minneapolis, MN

      Women of rock includes Stevie Nicks. She is still touring as of this comment (8-2011) and she is still mesmerizing. Love this lens.

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      kimark421 5 years ago

      Excellent lens! One of my fav tunes of all time is a pre-NIcks&Buckingham song "Hypnotized", penned by Bob Welch. Thanks for the great read!

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      Rankography 5 years ago

      great lens about a great classic band.

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      oceanfaerygoddess 5 years ago

      Great lens! Fleetwood Mac bring back childhood memories of playing their records and I love all of Steve Nicks' songs too.

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      Aquavel 5 years ago

      Great lens on a wonderful group. One of the all time greats!

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      punkgrinder 5 years ago

      Great Lens, i love Rhiannon, thumbs up!

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      AlleyCatLane 5 years ago

      Fleetwood Mac's Greatest Hits is the best traveling album. We always blast it on our road trips.

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      RuralFrance 5 years ago

      I have to admit, I don't like the girls singing too much, but I lurve Lyndsey Buckingham's guitar solos.

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      debsgreatfinds 5 years ago

      I still have all my Fleetwood Mac LP records albums nice lens :)

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I'd not made the penguin and Fleetwood Mac connection....that is so sweet! A wonderful tribute to a fabulous group whose songs bring back many good memories. I see your very well deserved Purple Star shining here, congratulations!

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      estheroconnor 5 years ago

      Saw Fleetwood mac in Glasgow couple of years ago... fantastic gig. Thanks for the post. If you like fleetwood mac, you may enjoy my music. If you fancy checking it out you can at http://www.estheroconnorfreetrack.co.uk

      thanks x

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      NoYouAreNot 5 years ago

      I sure prefer their earlier period, before they moved (down!) to more pop paths.

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      emmajowebster 5 years ago

      thankyou for this lens

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      whiteskyline lm 5 years ago

      I love Fleetwood Mac :)

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      David Stone 5 years ago from New York City

      Brought back some very sweet memories, Sandy. Thanks for the trip.

      Amplified!

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      Close2Art LM 5 years ago

      Great band, thanks for sharing this...:)RWJR

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      prince_david 5 years ago

      great classsics

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      thesuccess2 5 years ago

      I was crossing the USA in 1976 with Trekamerica Bus Company, we listened to Rumours about a zillion times!

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      NevermoreShirts 5 years ago

      Gotta love the classics - great work!

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      greenlungsofpoland 5 years ago

      Great taking me right back in time

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      hughgrissettsr lm 5 years ago

      lovely lens! one obscure song by fleetwood mac that i love is, oh diane, so simply done, yet so sweet and charming!

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      iWriteaLot 5 years ago

      Awesome lens! Fleetwood Mac Rumors FTW! Blessings

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Hi Sandy my favourite band, another really great lens I love the colours and the way that you have set it out

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      ALways liked Fleetwood Mac, especially the stuff with Peter Geeen and Fleetwood Mac which I always thought was way better than Rumors.

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      John Dyhouse 5 years ago from UK

      I remember seeing John Mayall's Bluesbreakers in a small club, called The Metro, underneath the arches of a railwway track in Birmingham UK - in the early(ish) sixties with the young lady I was to marry. Peter Green was such a wonderful guitarist and really made his mark on the audience of a few dozen. The dancing stopped and everybody listened enthralled by his incredible riffs and solos. A very informative lens, thanks.

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      hlkljgk 5 years ago from Western Mass

      i love fm. i was just playing the greatest hits album for my 5yo dd. :)

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      nickirc lm 5 years ago

      Very fun and what memories! Thanks

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      Iain84 5 years ago

      Great band - i love The Chain!

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      AJ 5 years ago from Australia

      One band I have been privileged to see live - a loooong time ago!

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      Hope 5 years ago from Skokie, Illinois

      Rumours - one of the best albums ever!

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      Nancy Johnson 5 years ago from Mesa, Arizona

      I've been a fan of Fleetwood Mac and Stevie Nicks since the 70's.

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      gatornic15 5 years ago

      Fleetwood Mac and Stevie Nicks reminds me of my dad. He always used to listen to them.

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      shewins 4 years ago

      My favorite Fleetwood Mac album is Kiln House. It's quirky and way less pop sounding than Rumors and their later stuff. Still, they were always a great band.

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      AnnaleeBlysse 4 years ago

      Fleetwood Mac's Greatest Hits is on sale at Amazon MP3 right now. Sure glad I found this lens today.

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      Otto Phillips 4 years ago

      I am a big Fleetwood Mac fan. Favorite song is Seven Wonders love the harmony in the song. Great Lens!

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      SusanAston 3 years ago

      Fabulous lens - thank you - great memories.

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      uneasywriter lm 3 years ago

      Great lens, one of rock's best bands! I have your lens to my "The Best Classic Rock Lenses". Thanks!

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      Sandy Mertens 3 years ago from Wisconsin

      @uneasywriter lm: Thank yo so much.

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      amandascloset0 3 years ago

      Great lens! It's much more difficult to find a Fleetwood Mac song you don't like than to pick a favorite. They're all great!

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      Sandy Mertens 3 years ago from Wisconsin

      @amandascloset0: I agree with you.

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      Gary Anderson 2 years ago from Las Vegas, Nevada

      I saw Fleetwood Mac at Sleep Train Amphitheater just north of Sacramento, Ca circa 2003 maybe? Anyway, it was a great concert and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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      Sandy Mertens 2 years ago from Wisconsin

      bgamall I would love to see a Fleetwood Mac concert. I know my husband would for sure. He is in love with Stevie Nicks. As I know she is one of your favorites as well.

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      David Paul Wagner 2 years ago from Sydney, Australia

      I loved reading this hub and its perceptive reviews of Fleetwood Mac albums.

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      Sandy Mertens 2 years ago from Wisconsin

      David, the classics are always the best.

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      sheilamarie78 2 years ago

      Thanks for putting together this hub. I love some of the songs of Fleetwood Mac.

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      Sandy Mertens 2 years ago from Wisconsin

      sheilamarie78 Glad that you like some of the songs.

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      Gary Anderson 2 years ago from Las Vegas, Nevada

      Love the songs. Singing with feeling and passion. I rooted for Wisconsin over Kentucky Sandy!! :)

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      Sandy Mertens 2 years ago from Wisconsin

      Glad you did bgmall. It was a good game.

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      Gunny Cracker 18 months ago from Elkhorn, WI

      Amazing compilation of interesting and detailed infomation.

      Back in the seventies I went to more rock concerts than I can remember e.g. Moody Blues, Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones, ZZTopp, James Gang, Loggins&Messina, and many more. I got to see Fleetwood Mac in Milwaukee(where I also saw Bob Dylan) in 1971 where they were a back-up for Frank Zappa and the Mothers. That was pre-Stevie Nicks. Great job Sandy.

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      Sandy Mertens 17 months ago from Wisconsin

      Sgt Prepper seems like you had a great time in the 70's.

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      Gunny Cracker 17 months ago from Elkhorn, WI

      Yeah Sandy I sure did, but soon enough Good-time Charlie got the blues. In the blizzard of 1979 I found myself divorced and living in the YMCA without a car. I had recently seen Willie Nelson, Asleep at the Wheel & David Allan Coe at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago and I was miserable at that concert thinking about all these people(me included at the time) who were going to hell. I got down flat on my face in that YMCA room and with tear-filled eyes gave it all to Jesus.

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      Sandy Mertens 16 months ago from Wisconsin

      Sgt Prepper, you have lived through the worse of it all. Not a good time, but it make us better and stronger people.

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