Never Break the Chain

Never Break the Chain

Fleetwood Mac and the Making of Rumours

Book - 2004
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An insightful exploration of the complex relationships and creativity behind one of the most popular and significant albums of all time.
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Chicago Review Press, c2004
ISBN: 1556525451 (pbk.)
Branch Call Number: B FLEETWOOD MAC
ML421.F54 C37 2004
Characteristics: 239 p., [8] p. of plates : illus. ; 22 cm

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Michael Colford Jun 26, 2013

Cath's book recounts the history of the British blues band turned rock superstars, Fleetwood Mac, with a heavy emphasis on their historic album, Rumours. It's an interesting enough read, with lots of nice information about the recording of Rumours, but doesn't really have the direct input from members that could have made it more compelling. The analysis of the band's career in interesting and thorough. While the white Fleetwood Mac album and Tusk are pretty well represented, their later albums get short shrift. It would have been nice to know a little bit more about the recording of the Mirage and Tango in the Night despite the lack of controversy around the band at that time.

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