Tag Archives: Mick Fleetwood

I’m the innocent bystander … somehow I got stuck (Warren Zevon in 1978)

On Feb. 25, 1978, Warren Zevon’s Excitable Boy debuted on the Billboard Top LPs & Tape chart at #89. The album would go to #8. This was Warren Zevon’s second album (if you don’t count the 1970 LP, Wanted Dead … Continue reading

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Your eyes got me dreaming (Bob Welch’s French Kiss in 1978)

On Jan. 21, 1978, after six weeks on the Billboard Top LPs & Tapes chart, Bob Welch’s French Kiss peaked at #12. Welch had been a singer, songwriter and guitarist for Fleetwood Mac, beginning in 1971 with Future Games, when … Continue reading

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Good-bye Buckingham Palace, hello Buckingham Nicks (Fleetwood Mac in 1974)

In 1974, the British band Fleetwood Mac moved to California after their Heroes Are Hard to Find album. For the first time, Fleetwood Mac was a foursome: drummer Mick Fleetwood, bassist John McVie, keyboardist Christine McVie and guitarist Bob Welch. … Continue reading

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