Capturing yet another short-lived phase in this ever-changing ensemble, 1995′s Time is notable for the absence of both Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham. In their place is ex-Traffic guitarist Dave Mason, a solo star during the ’70s, and singer Bekka Bramlett, daughter of rock duo Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett. Mac producer extraordinaire Richard Dashut returns, but with little effect: Time lacks the fleeting highlights of 1990′s Behind the Mask. Even Christine McVie falters in the songwriting department, and most everyone performs like dispassionate session players, not a coherent band. Despite Fleetwood Mac’s longtime reputation as a reliable brand, Time thoroughly – and justifiably – flopped.
By Barry Walters on 12.28.12 in Icons
Fleetwood Mac is perhaps the only group in existence that started out as a man's band, one that played raw, Chicago-styled blues from the heart of London, but peaked with a rare but phenomenally successful transatlantic...
By Matt Condon on 11.04.14 in Live in Pictures
Photos of Fleetwood Mac in Washington, D.C.
By Andrew Parks on 10.11.14 in News
Since it’s nearly impossible to keep up with all the features that flood social media feeds all week, we did some of the digging for you. Here’s a handful of stories that are worth a click this weekend: - Chart Attack...
By Marc Hogan on 09.19.14 in News
Stevie Nicks has nothing to lose but her — well, the idea of chains has pretty significant associations for a Fleetwood Mac singer, right? On the British-American band's blockbuster 1977 album Rumours, of course, "The Ch...