Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Celebrating 50 Years of Fleetwood Mac Recordings.
PART 3: 1968 Chapter 3. The history continues tomorrow.
This Caffé Latté special tribute spans the decades since the release of the group’s debut album in 1968, stopping off at 100 of the best tracks from its 50 years of recorded output as a band and as soloists in chronological order.


The group’s history defies the odds. There’s been several line-up changes; shifts in musical directions and internal relations that rival those in soap operas. Throughout it all, 2 members have remained its core: Mick Fleetwood and John McVie.
The latter 2 founded Fleetwood Mac with fellow former member of John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, Peter Green, in 1967. That same year, Jeremy Spencer joined the fledgling group’s line-up.
In 1968, Fleetwood Mac released its debut album. That same year, the group issued 2 new singles: “Black Magic Woman” and “Albatross”. The latter reached #1 in Britain. By now, Danny Kirwan was in the line-up.
Writer: Peter Green
UK- #1

With each update on this site, tracks will be added to the spotify playlist- FLEETWOOD MAC Caffé Latté selects 100 GREATEST SONGS  (1968 - 2018)

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