Whoever named Fleetwood Mac was either lucky or prescient. The only thing about the group that hasn't changed since it formed in 1967 is the rhythm section of Mick Fleetwood and John McVie. Through the '70s, the band's personnel … see full wiki
A very unique pop group whose employment of three versatile lead singers - Lindsay Buckingham, Christine McVie, and the incredible Stevie Nicks - allows them an incredible range of song structures. Their hit album Rumors is one of the most important pop albums ever made. Too bad the traditional lineup - Buckingham, McVie, John McVie (Christine's husband), Nicks, and Mick Fleetwood were actually only together for a few years.
I first heard a Fleetwood Mac song--and knew it was a Fleetwood Mac song--when a girl played "Landslide" (from their 1975 eponymous album) on her guitar for me and a few other people. It was September 2008. I remember the experience vividly. When she played it, I cried. I, like, never cry. Seriously, it takes a lot for the tears to well up and flow from a song. That's when I knew I had to give Fleetwood Mac a chance. I'd always--mistakenly as it turns out--put Fleetwood Mac … more