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    Rumours - 2024 Reissue

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      Tusk - 2024 Reissue

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        Rumours (RSD24 EDITION)

          THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2024 EXCLUSIVE AND WILL BE AVAILABLE INSTORE ON SATURDAY APRIL 20TH ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

          IF THERE ARE ANY REMAINING COPIES THEY WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT 8PM ON MONDAY APRIL 22ND.


          1LP, Picture Disc of the classic Rumours album released for RSD 2024

          Fleetwood Mac

          Rumours Live

            Fleetwood Mac was at the top of its game in August 1977 when the band returned to its adopted home in Southern California to play three shows at The Forum in Los Angeles. Rumours had only been out a few weeks when the band left in February to tour the world, returning six months later to play three shows at The Forum for nearly 50,000 fans. Rumours achieved #1 in the UK and went well on its way to becoming one of the most successful albums ever released, which has been certified 14x Platinum in the UK.

            RUMOURS LIVE captures the energy and excitement of the band’s opening night at The Forum on August 29, 1977. The nearly 90-minute performance includes live versions of most of the songs from Rumours and Fleetwood Mac, the group’s first multi-platinum #1 album, which came out in 1975.

            The concert remained unreleased for decades until 2021, when “Gold Dust Woman” from the show was included as a bonus track on Live: Deluxe Edition, Rhino’s expanded version of Fleetwood Mac’s 1980 concert album. The other 17 songs on the collection have never been released before.


            TRACK LISTING

            CD1
            1. “Say You Love Me”
            2. “Monday Morning”
            3. “Dreams”
            4. “Oh Well”
            5. “Rhiannon”
            6. “Oh Daddy”
            7. “Never Going Back Again”
            8. “Landslide”
            9. “Over My Head”
            10. “Gold Dust Woman”
            CD2
            1. “You Make Loving Fun”
            2. “I’m So Afraid”
            3. “Go Your Own Way”
            4. “World Turning”
            5. “Blue Letter”
            6. “The Chain”
            7. “Second Hand News”
            8. “Songbird”

            LP One
            Side One
            1. “Say You Love Me”
            2. “Monday Morning”
            3. “Dreams”
            4. “Oh Well”
            5. “Rhiannon”
            Side Two
            1. “Oh Daddy”
            2. “Never Going Back Again”
            3. “Landslide”
            4. “Over My Head”
            5. “Gold Dust Woman”
            LP Two
            Side One
            1. “You Make Loving Fun”
            2. “I’m So Afraid”
            3. “Go Your Own Way”
            4. “World Turning”
            Side Two
            1. “Blue Letter”
            2. “The Chain”
            3. “Second Hand News”
            4. “Songbird”

            Fleetwood Mac

            Madison Blues

              Fleetwood Mac made it big twice over: first as young kings of the late 1960's British blues boom – blues fanatics who nonetheless made the pop charts with a batch of memorable songs penned by founder Peter Green.

              Then secondly, as the band that with its Rumours album Californian line- up, tapped into a whole new market in the mid-1970's which became known as AOR - adult oriented rock.

              The music here is from a pivotal eighteen months in Mac's history as it lost its original if- it- ain't- blues- we- don't- wanna- know attitude and looked to its own songwriters - and America's West Coast sound - for inspiration.

              After Peter Green's exit in May 1970 the rest of the band bravely decided to carry on as a 4-piece, and so rented an oast house called Kiln House to try and 'get it together in the country. Christine McVie joined, and one of the stand-out songs, 'Station Man', would endure for Mac in the bleak years before they moved to California in 1974 where they struck gold with their eponymous white album and then Rumours. 'Station Man' eventually found its way into the live set-list of the Buckingham/ Nicks line- up and listening to it again here you can hear why: in there, as far back as 1970, are some trademarks of the Rumours sound: threevoice harmonies, in- song tempo changes and ringing guitar sounds. Similarly, 'The Purple Dancer' and 'Jewel Eyed Judy' showcase a vocal harmonies and melodic sense of things to come for Fleetwood Mac many miles down the line.

              TRACK LISTING

              Crazy About You (Can't Hold Out Much Longer)
              Down At the Crown
              Tell Me All The Things You Do
              Station Man
              Purple Dancer
              Station Man
              Crazy About You (Can't Hold Out Much Longer)
              One Together
              I Can't Stop Loving Her
              Lonely Without You
              Tell Me All The Things You Do
              Jewel-Eyed Judy
              Hey Baby
              It's You I Miss
              Gone Into The Sun
              Tell Me You Need Me
              Madison Blues
              Purple Dancer
              Open The Doo
              Preaching Blues
              Dust My Broom
              Get Like You Used To Be
              Don't Go, Please Stay
              Station Man
              I'm On My Way
              Jailhouse Rock
              The King Speaks
              Teenage Darlin'
              Honey Hush

              Fleetwood Mac

              Live

                When Fleetwood Mac released their first live album in December 1980, it captured the legendary band’s most iconic lineup on stage demonstrating the full scope of their collective, creative powers. Recorded mostly during the world tour for Tusk, Fleetwood Mac Live delivered a double-album’s worth of exhilarating performances that included massive hits like “Dreams” and “Go Your Own Way,” “Rhiannon,” and “Don’t Stop.”

                Back in April, Rhino gave the band’s live debut a much-deserved encore with a new 3-CD/2-LP collection that features a remastered version of the original release plus more than an hour of unreleased live music recorded between 1977 and 1982. 


                TRACK LISTING

                LP One (Remastered)
                1. Monday Morning [3:55]
                2. Say You Love Me [4:18]
                3. Dreams [4:18]
                4. Oh Well [3:44]
                5. Over & Over [4:54]
                6. Sara [7:23]
                7. Not That Funny [9:04]
                8. Never Going Back Again [4:13]
                9. Landslide [4:55]

                LP Two (Remastered)
                1. Fireflies [4:25]
                2. Over My Head [3:37]
                3. Rhiannon [7:43]
                4. Don’t Let Me Down Again [3:57]
                5. One More Night [3:43]
                6. Go Your Own Way [5:44]
                7. Don’t Stop [4:05]
                8. I’m So Afraid [8:28]
                9. The Farmer’s Daughter [2:25]

                Fleetwood Mac

                Tango In The Night

                  During the summer of 1982, Fleetwood Mac released ‘Mirage’ which topped the album chart and added to the band’s already impressive canon of hits with “Hold Me,” “Love In Store” and “Gypsy.” They followed this album up in 1987 and released the second-best selling record of their career with ‘Tango in the Night,’ an album that’s sold more than 15 million copies worldwide. It topped the album charts in the UK and scored major hits everywhere with “Big Love” and “Little Lies.”

                  Latest in the series of Fleetwood Mac remastered edition.

                  TRACK LISTING

                  Side One
                  1. Big Love
                  2. Seven Wonders
                  3. Everywhere
                  4. Caroline
                  5. Tango In The Night
                  6. Mystified

                  Side Two
                  1. Little Lies
                  2. Family Man
                  3. Welcome To The Room... Sara
                  4. Isn't It Midnight
                  5. When I See You Again
                  6. You And I, Pt. II

                  Fleetwood Mac

                  Rumours - 36th Anniversary Vinyl Edition

                    Rhino is commemorating the 36th anniversary of one of the greatest and best-selling albums of all time: Rumours. This iconic 1977 Fleetwood Mac album has been bought over 40 million times globally, despite being recorded through hedonism, scandal and relationship break-ups within the band. The album, according to music journalist Stephen Thomas Erlewine, “transcends its origins and reputation, entering the realm of legend”. 


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