Fleetwood Mac’s hugely successful “Rumours” was recorded in 1977, selling 15 million copies across the world and being christened Album of the Year at the 1978 Grammy Awards. But their success was not to be short-lived, the album remaining in the U.K. charts for a staggering 433 weeks and also spending 130 weeks in the U.S. Billboard album charts.
This is the definitive story of the making of an album that has truly earned its place in the pantheon of rock music history. Including a specially recorded version of Christine McVie’s haunting Songbird and a wonderful new acoustic edition of Never Going Back from Lindsey Buckingham.