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Album Review

Fleetwood Mac's first live album finds the band at its popular height, pumping out hit after hit. To its credit, the group nevertheless puts out: Mick Fleetwood drums like a demon and Lindsey Buckingham plays fiercely. All the hits you'd expect are here, spread across two discs, and there's also a charming backstage rendition of the Beach Boys' "Farmer's Daughter."

Customer Reviews

The Fire Never Fades

This is a great live album, featuring live versions from the Fleetwood Mac Tour, Rumours Tour & Tusk Tour. Sometimes I wish this album could have picked different versions of songs, or stuck with one tour. Because of this, it's hard to compare this to The Dance. But there are great songs on here, and the live tours during this time period were the best tours of Fleetwood Mac's lifetime.

If you haven't heard an earlier version of Rhiannon, this is a great place to get it. Also, the new song Fireflies by Stevie is very, very good. Also by Stevie is a soft and touching version of Landslide from London.

It's great that this album has Don't Let Me Down Again, which is a Buckingham Nicks track. Great duet with Lindsey and Stevie! The entire band also does a nice duet on Farmer's Daughter.


If u like the Mac this is IT....with the hits.

Rock and Roll like it used to be; they don't do it like this anymore

if you've never heard or seen FM live, this is where to start. I have had a copy of this since 1986, when I had it on vinyl, and I"ve never been without it since. I didn't know that it was out of print as a CD, but I've had my copy for many years.

If you don't know FM as a hard core rock band, check out Rhiannon ("awesome performance" quote) on You Tube. You will see and hear a very similar version of Rhiannon on this recording. The comments by viewers there are perfect: some say it is the best rock live performance ever. Stevie Nicks loses her mind in the last couple of minutes--and Rhinnaon will never sound the same to you. That version is almost identical to this one, and the sound clip here on iTunes does not showcase the crescendo of the song here. It is fantastic, hard core screaming crazy rock and roll.

The Farmer's Daughter is an old Brian Wilson song, and they did a fantastic job with this song. I'm So Afraid is Buckingham's signature song (just as Rhiannon is Stevie's signature song), and the version on this album is also hard core, passionate rock and roll. You need to hear this. Sara's on here and it sounds great, just over the top great. Over and Over is also really well done on this album, with Christine McVie's voice never sounding better. Great guitars, drums, bass, vocals, keyboards, everything. Like an orchestra, that's how they were at the top of their game.

Way too many songs on here to do t hem justice by commenting on them individually. If you're new to FM, listen up--this is rock and roll as it once was, raw and passionate and wild and insane and gorgeous and intoxicating.

Wonderful album that no FM fan, new or longstanding, should be without. It just doesn't get any better than this. And do go over to You Tube to hear and see the video of Rhiannon; it's almost literally out of this world, or like Mick Fleetwood once said, like watching an exorcism. Then come right back here and download the whole album and get set to fall in love with FM and experience rock and roll like you maybe never have.


Formed: 1967 in London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

While most bands undergo a number of changes over the course of their careers, few groups experienced such radical stylistic changes as Fleetwood Mac. Initially conceived as a hard-edged British blues combo in the late '60s, the band gradually evolved into a polished pop/rock act over the course of a decade. Throughout all of their incarnations, the only consistent members of Fleetwood Mac were drummer Mick Fleetwood and bassist John McVie -- the rhythm section that provided the band with its name....
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