Fleetwood Mac on the Origin of Their New Album
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by BWW News Desk
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, the iconic Fleetwood Mac opened up about the turmoils of the group's past, what it was like cutting the hit album RUMOURS, as well as the origin of their upcoming album and tour.
"When Stevie was on the road, and not long after her mom had passed away, Mick, John and I got together and we cut a bunch of tracks, and they turned out great," singer/guitarist Lindsey Buckingham told the site. "They were all done in Stevie's keys. They were done with her in mind."
And rather than just sitting on them, the group decided it was time for a comeback.
"Subsequently, Stevie and I have gotten together, and she's sung on two of those," he said. "There's also another track that dates back to [pre-Fleetwood Mac project] Buckingham-Nicks that Stevie and I built up from scratch. There's a lot of stuff there. Some of this we will do in the show. We're not pushing it. We're just going to wait and see what everybody wants to hear."
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Fleetwood Mac Live 2013 begins in Columbus, Ohio at the Nationwide Arena on April 4th with confirmed dates through July 6th in Sacramento, California at the Sleep Train Arena.
The multi-Grammy winning Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame inductees last toured in 2009 with the sold out Unleashed Tour. The current lineup includes Mick Fleetwood and John McVie - both original members since l967, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks who joined the band in l975.
In celebration of the 35th anniversary of the release of the iconic Rumours album and in conjunction with their Fleetwood Mac Live 2013 tour, Fleetwood Mac, one of rock's most enduring, beloved and successful bands will also be reissuing an expanded and deluxe version ofRumours on Rhino Records January 29th. The expanded edition includes the original album, the b-side of "Silver Springs," a dozen unreleased live recordings from the group's l977 world tour and an entire disc filled with unreleased takes from the album's recording sessions. The deluxe edition will include all of the music from expanded edition, plus an additional disc of outtakes on DVD that feature "The Rosebud Film," a l977 documentary about the album, as well as the album on vinyl. Digital versions will also be available.