Fleetwood Mac revealed a knockout new team in 1975 with its self-titled ‘Fleetwood Mac’ and this Rhino reissue in turn knocks it out of the park.
Mick Fleetwood revisits his band’s early years in photo-driven book, “Love That Burns — A Chronicle of Fleetwood Mac, Volume One: 1967-1974.”
Longtime collaborators team up for first duo record, “Lindsey Buckingham/Christine McVie,” available from Atlantic Records on June 9.
Recapping choice panels, discussions and performances from the annual music conference-festival in Austin, Texas.
Here are selected music release reviews from Goldmine’s January 2017 issue.
Mick Fleetwood joined up with former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Rick Vito for a tour that celebrated the blues-drenched sound of the Mick Fleetwood Blues Band. Fleetwood explains the feeling of performing ‘60s blues rock again.
THE EXPLORERS CLUB – TOGETHER Jason Brewer is an unabashed Beach Boys guy. I mean, he adores the Beach Boys. Not only that, but he even looks …
The release, early last year, of a 180 gram vinyl edition of Gong’s landmark Camembert Electrique was widely regarded among the most significant prog reissues of recent seasons – and maybe it still is. Not in its own right, however, …
Rhino Records has partnered with Goldmine to deliver some classic rock reissues The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac and/or Captain Beefheart.
Farewell to guitarist and vocalist Bob Welch, guitarist Pete Cosey, BMI president Frances Williams Preston, The Platters’ Herb Reed, folk musician Arthel ‘Doc’ Watson, polka great Eddie Blazonczyk and saxophonist Andrew Love.