Time is the 16th studio album by British-American rock band Fleetwood Mac, released on October 10, 1995. This album features a unique line-up for the band featuring the addition of former Traffic guitarist Dave Mason and country vocalist Bekka Bramlett (daughter of Delaney and Bonnie). Lindsey Buckingham, who had left Fleetwood Mac in 1987, makes an appearance as a backing vocalist on one track, but Time is the only Fleetwood Mac album since 1974’s Heroes Are Hard to Find not to feature any contribution from Stevie Nicks.
The album received unfavorable reviews from critics and was a commercial disappointment, failing to chart in the US and peaking at number 47 in the UK.
“Talkin’ to My Heart” 4:54
“Hollywood (Some Other Kind of Town)” 5:45
“Blow by Blow” 4:24
“Winds of Change” 4:26
“I Do” 4:28
“Nothing Without You” 3:06
“Dreamin’ the Dream” 3:43
“Sooner or Later” 5:41
“I Wonder Why” 4:28
“Nights in Estoril” 4:47
“I Got It in for You” 4:08
“All Over Again” 3:36
“These Strange Times” 7:07
Christine McVie – keyboards, vocals John McVie – bass guitar Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion; vocals and guitars on track 13 Bekka Bramlett – vocals Dave Mason – guitar, vocals Billy Burnette – guitar, vocals Michael Thompson – guitars on tracks 2, 5, 8, 10 and 12 Steve Thoma – keyboards on tracks 3, 4 and 9 Lindsey Buckingham – backing vocals on track 6 Fred Tackett – trumpet on track 8 John Jones – keyboards, bass on track 13 Lucy Fleetwood – backing vocals on track 13
Bare Trees is the sixth studio album by British-American rock band Fleetwood Mac, released in March 1972. This is their last album to feature Danny Kirwan, who was fired during the album’s supporting tour. In the wake of the band’s success in the mid-1970s, Bare Trees peaked at number 70 on US Billboard 200 chart. The album was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in 1988.
Mick Fleetwood was particularly impressed with Kirwan’s contributions to the album. “Danny had the chops with layering techniques, and the ability to know what’s right and wrong in the studio,” he said.
“Child of Mine” 5:09
“The Ghost” 3:58
“Homeward Bound” 3:20
“Sunny Side of Heaven” 3:10
“Bare Trees” 5:02
“Sentimental Lady” 4:35
“Danny’s Chant” 3:16
“Spare Me a Little of Your Love” 3:44
“Thoughts on a Grey Day” 1:46
Danny Kirwan – guitar, vocals Bob Welch – guitar, vocals Christine McVie – keyboards, vocals John McVie – bass guitar Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion
Rumours is the eleventh studio album by British-American rock band Fleetwood Mac, released on 4 February 1977 by Warner Bros. Records. Largely recorded in California in 1976, it was produced by the band with Ken Caillat and Richard Dashut. The band wanted to expand on the commercial success of their eponymous 1975 album, but struggled with relationship breakups before recording started. The Rumours studio sessions were marked by hedonism and strife among band members that shaped the album’s lyrics.
Recorded with the intention of making “a pop album”, the album’s music featured a pop rock and soft rock sound characterized by accented rhythms and electric keyboards such as the Fender Rhodes or Hammond B3 organ. The members partied and used cocaine for much of the recording sessions, and its completion was delayed by its mixing process, but was finished by the end of 1976. Following the album’s release, Fleetwood Mac undertook worldwide promotional tours. Rumours became the band’s first number one album on the UK Albums Chart and also topped the US Billboard 200. The songs “Go Your Own Way”, “Dreams”, “Don’t Stop”, and “You Make Loving Fun” were released as singles, all of which reached the US top 10.
Rumours was an instant commercial success, selling over 10 million copies worldwide within just a month of its release. It garnered widespread acclaim from critics, with praise centred on its production quality and harmonies, which frequently relied on the interplay among three vocalists and has inspired the work of musical acts in different genres. It won Album of the Year at the 1978 Grammy Awards. It has sold over 45 million copies worldwide, making it one of the best-selling albums of all time. Domestically, it has received Diamond certifications in several countries, including the UK, Canada, and Australia, and has been certified 20× platinum in the US.
Often considered Fleetwood Mac’s best release, the album has featured in several publications’ lists of the best albums of the 1970s and of all time. In 2004, Rumours was remastered and reissued with the addition of “Silver Springs”, which had been excluded from the original due to tension within the band, and a bonus CD of outtakes from the recording sessions. In 2003, it was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. In 2018, it was selected for preservation in the National Recording Registry, being deemed “culturally, historically, or artistically significant” by the Library of Congress. In 2020, Rumours was rated the seventh greatest album of all time in Rolling Stone’s list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”.
Also featured Rumours Out-takes.
1. “Second Hand News” 2:56 2. “Dreams” 4:14 3. “Never Going Back Again” 2:14 4. “Don’t Stop” 3:13 5. “Go Your Own Way” 3:43 6. “Songbird” 3:20 7. “The Chain” 4:30 8. “You Make Loving Fun” 3:31 9. “I Don’t Want to Know” 3:15 10. “Oh Daddy” 3:56 11. “Gold Dust Woman” 4:56
1. Oh Daddy 2. Go Your Own Way 3. Silver Springs 4. Gold Dust Woman 5. Think About Me 6. Don’t Stop 7. The Chain (Instrumental) 8. You Make Loving Fun 9. Songbird 10. Dreams 11. Never Going Back Again 12. The Chain 13. The Dealer 14. Silver Springs 2
The Dance is a live album by the British-American rock band Fleetwood Mac, released on August 19, 1997. It hailed the return of the band’s most successful line-up of Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood, Christine McVie, John McVie, and Stevie Nicks, who had not released an album together since 1987’s Tango in the Night a decade earlier. It was the first Fleetwood Mac release to top the U.S. album charts since 1982’s Mirage.
“The Chain” 5:11
“I’m So Afraid” 7:45
“Temporary One” 4:00
“Bleed to Love Her” 3:27
“Big Love” 3:06
“Say You Love Me” 4:59
“My Little Demon” 3:33
“Silver Springs” 5:41
“You Make Loving Fun” 3:49
“Sweet Girl” 3:19
“Go Your Own Way” 5:00
“Don’t Stop” 5:28
Stevie Nicks – vocals, tambourine Lindsey Buckingham – guitars, banjo on “Say You Love Me”, vocals Christine McVie – keyboards, piano, vocals, accordion on “Tusk”, tambourine on “Say You Love Me”, maracas on “Everywhere” John McVie – bass guitar, background vocals on “Say You Love Me” Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion Brett Tuggle – keyboards, guitar, background vocals Neale Heywood – guitar, background vocals Lenny Castro – percussion Sharon Celani – background vocals Mindy Stein – background vocals Dr. Arthur C. Bartner – director of the USC Trojan Marching Band
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Fleetwood Mac has released 18 studio albums, nine live albums, 23 compilation albums, one extended play single, and 62 singles.
The 1967–1969 era Blue Horizon albums (Fleetwood Mac, Mr. Wonderful, The Pious Bird of Good Omen and Fleetwood Mac in Chicago) and 1971 outtakes album The Original Fleetwood Mac have been remastered and reissued on CD, as have the 1975–1987 era Warner Bros. studio albums Fleetwood Mac, Rumours, Tusk, Mirage, and Tango in the Night.
In 2013, a deluxe edition of Rumours was released. The same year, Then Play On was remastered and reissued on CD. Reissues of “Then Play On”, “Kiln House”, “Future Games” and “Bare Trees” were released on vinyl, initially bundled with a 7″ single of “Oh Well, Parts I & II”, then released separately in 2014. In 2015, a five-CD/one-DVD/two-LP deluxe edition, a three-CD expanded edition, plus a one-CD remaster of Tusk was released. In 2016, multiple editions of Mirage remastered were released. A 30th anniversary edition of Tango in the Night was released 31 March 2017.
In November 2017, the band announced a deluxe reissue of their 1975 self-titled album. The reissue featured a remastered version of the original album along with outtakes, alternative versions and live recordings. The repackage was officially released worldwide on January 19, 2018.