‘Rumours’ (1977) being of course, one of the most brilliant and enduring albums of all time. Mick Fleetwood talked to CBC about his recent memoir and new album.
Fleetwood Mac has long been associated with chaos and change, but for 47 years, there has been at least one constant in the band: the steady drumming of Mick Fleetwood.
The veteran musician joins guest host Tom Power to discuss his new autobiography, Play On: Now, Then, and Fleetwood Mac, the blues-turned-pop band’s many manifestations, and why he “felt like a whore” trying to make co-founder Peter Green play in a way he didn’t want to. Here is a direct audio link.
I was reminded of the 2013 Oprah Master Class where Stevie Nicks offered her own perspective on life before, during and after Fleetwood Mac. Different sides of the same stories are always interesting. You can see a video clip of that segment here.