The first album by the lineup of Stevie Nicks, Christine McVie, Lindsey Buckingham, John McVie, and Mick Fleetwood is a crucial album and still sounds fresh today. Stream the new expanded reissue, which includes some must-hear live recordings, and read our retrospective review…
While Fleetwood Mac are very much still a going concern — they played the Classic East and West festivals earlier this summer — members Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie are on the road as a duo, supporting their collaborative record they released earlier this year.
Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie Lindsey Buckingham/ Christine McVie (East West Records)
The first ever collaboration between Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie (beyond the many hits and wonderful music they have delivered in the Fleetwood Mac cannon) is creatively called Lindsey Buckingham/Christine McVie.
“Sleeping Around the Corner” opens with Buckingham on lead vocals and a high poppy beat (this tune, in another incarnation, appears as a bonus track on his 2011 solo album, Seeds We Sow). “Feel About You” follows with its heavy metallic percussion (there’s lots of drum programming sounds throughout) and McVie leading the vocals.
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As part of Wawa’s Welcome America celebration, The National Constitution Center is admitting visitors for free from 9:30am to 8pm. After a walk through the exhibits, there’s plenty of time to head over to shows at night.
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The Wooden Sky from Toronto is performing at Milkboy in Center City. The show was originally scheduled for May 10th but got moved to this Thursday. The indie folk band put out their album ...
“Fleetwood Mac is a band that continues to grow through the good and bad times,” Lindsey Buckingham told the sold-out Wells Fargo Center crowd on Wednesday night. “Especially in the moment when Christine returned. I can say we have begun … Continued
There are and will continue to be new albums that are filled with all different kinds of music, but it doesn’t hurt to look back at the great albums from artists who dominated the radios and were played over and over on millions of record players. Not only is it a reminder of great music that has become classic hits, but it’s also a way for people to discover new music that might have been released before they were born. What better way to start this off than Fleetwood Mac’s 1977 album Rumours, which is the band’s most ...