Fleetwood Mac

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

1969 To 1972
New - LP - 535581
SAVE $10 OFF LIST PRICE. Sealed 2013 4LP Deluxe Box Set. Fleetwood Mac: 1969-1972 Is A Beautiful Vinyl Boxed Set That Collects Four Of The Band’s Classic Albums, Each Lovingly Reproduced On 140-Gram Vinyl. As A Bonus, The Set Comes With An Exclusive Replica Of The Original 1969 7-Inch Single Of “Oh Well – Pt. 1” B/W “Oh Well – Pt. 2.” The Set Features Four Complete Albums – Then Play On (1969), Kiln House (1970), Future Games (1971) And Bare Trees (1972) – Housed In A Striking Black Slipcase. To Ensure Superb Sound Quality, Chris Bellman At Bernie Grundman Mastering Cut The Lacquers For All Four Albums. The Records Look As Good As They Sound Thanks To Authentically Reproduced Packages, Including Gatefolds For Then Play On And Kiln House And Single Sleeves For Future Games And Bare Trees. more
50 Years - Don't Stop
Box Set - New - R1 573692
Sealed 2018 5LP Box Set. The New Compilation Touches On Every Era In The Band’s Rich History And Offers A Deep Dive Into Fleetwood Mac’s Expansive Catalog By Bringing Together Essential Tracks Released Between 1968 And 2013. 50 Years—Don’t Stop Also Highlights The Talented Musicians Who Have Recorded Under The Fleetwood Mac Banner Over The Years, Including Peter Green, Mick Fleetwood, Jeremey Spencer, John Mcvie, Danny Kirwan, Christine Mcvie, Bob Welch, Bob Weston, Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks, Billy Burnette, Rick Vito, Dave Mason, And Bekka Bramlett. more
Albatross
Used - LP - 31569
1977 UK Laminated Jacket Compilation. A1/B1 Stampers. Appears Unplayed. more
Almanac
Used - LP - 001
Beautiful Fan Club (Boot?) UK 2LP Picture Sleeve. Back Cover States "Collected And Recorded From A Myriad Of Sources, November 1978. Tracks Are "Watchdevil," "Spare Me A Little, "Secret Love," "Without You," "Storms," "Landslide," "Nomad," I'm So Afraid," "Designs Of Love," "You Could Forget," Silver Springs," "Sorcerer," Goldfish And Ladybug," "Rhianon" And "Cathouse Blues." more
Almanac
New - LP - Mactrac 1
Sealed UK 2LP Fan Club Compilation Collected And Recorded From A Myriad Of Sources, November 1978. Small Upper Left Corner Bump. Tracks Are "Watchdevil," "Spare Me A Little, "Secret Love," "Without You," "Storms," "Landslide," "Nomad," I'm So Afraid," "Designs Of Love," "You Could Forget," Silver Springs," "Sorcerer," Goldfish And Ladybug," "Rhiannon" And "Cathouse Blues." more
Alternate Tusk
New - LP - R1 553401
Sealed 2016 Record Store Day Exclusive 180gm 2LP Housed In A Slip Cover Style Jacket. more
As Long As You Follow / Oh Well (Live) / Gold Dust Woman
Used - 12 - W7644T
Rare 1988 Three-Track 45rpm UK Original. Vinyl And Sleeve Are Near Mint. more
Bare Trees
Used - LP - MS 2080
1975 Tan Steamboat Pressing Housed In Textured Cover. Saw Cut. Slight Wear Along Edges. more
Bare Trees
Used - LP - MS 2080
1977 Textured Cover Pressing. Includes "Sentimental Lady". more
Bare Trees
New - LP - 2080
Sealed 2015 Reissue Of The 1972 Original. Hype Sticker On Shrink. more
Bare Trees
Audiophile - LP - P-8240R
1973 Japan Pressing. No Obi. more
Bare Trees
Used Import - P-8240R
1973 Japanese Pressing With Obi & Insert. "Arguably The First Consistently Strong Album Fleetwood Mac Ever Recorded -- All The Way Back Into The Peter Green/jeremy Spencer Era, The Mac's Albums Had Previously Consisted Of Individual Moments Of Brilliance In A Sea Of Uninspired Filler -- 1972's Bare Trees Is Also The Album Where The Band Finally Defines Its Post-blues Musical Personality. Low-key But Less Narcoleptically Mellow Than 1971's Sleepy Future Games, Bare Trees Is A Singer/songwriter Album In The Traditional Early-'70s Style, Backed Up With Just Enough Musical Muscle To Keep From Sounding Like Weedy Soft Rock In The Manner Of Bread Or Cat Stevens. This Is The One Fleetwood Mac Album On Which Singer/guitarist Danny Kirwan Is The Dominant Figure, Writing Five Songs To Christine Mcvie And Bob Welch's Two Apiece. Impressively, All Three Writers Get Off A Small Masterpiece On Side Two; Mcvie's "Spare Me A Little Of Your Love" Sounds Like A Dry Run For The String Of Hits She Would Start Writing With 1975's Fleetwood Mac, And It's Her First Really Good Pop Song. By Comparison, Kirwan And Welch's Best Songs Are All-time Career Highlights. Kirwan's "Dust" Combines A Gentle, Gliding Melody With Resigned, Melancholy Lyrics And His Most Memorable Chorus. Welch's "Sentimental Lady" Was, Of Course, His First Solo Hit In Its 1977 Re-recorded Version, But This Original Take Is Far Superior, And One Of The Great Lost Pop Songs Of The Early '70s. Outfitted With A Terrific Vocal Melody, Hooks Galore, And An Impressive Tremolo Guitar Solo, "Sentimental Lady" Is Perhaps A Little Trite Lyrically, But It's A Heartfelt And Lovable Tune Regardless, And The Best Thing Fleetwood Mac Did In The Years Between "Albatross" And "Over My Head." The Rest Of The Album Is Less Magical, But The Instrumental "Sunny Side Of Heaven" And The Downright Funky "Danny's Chant" Are Impressive In Their Use Of Atmospheric Arrangements And So Point Toward The Subtle But Effective Production Choices That Would Make Fleetwood Mac And Rumours Among The Most Listenable Albums Of Their Time. Bare Trees Isn't In That League, But It Shows That After Five Years Of False Starts And Failed Experiments, Fleetwood Mac Were Finally On Their Way." AMG Review By Stewart Mason. more
Bare Trees
New - LP - MS 2080
Sealed 1972 Textured Cover Original, COH. “Arguably The First Consistently Strong Album Fleetwood Mac Ever Recorded — All The Way Back Into The Peter Green/Jeremy Spencer Era, The Mac's Albums Had Previously Consisted Of Individual Moments Of Brilliance In A Sea Of Uninspired Filler — 1972's Bare Trees Is Also The Album Where The Band Finally Defines Its Post-Blues Musical Personality. Low-Key But Less Narcoleptically Mellow Than 1971's Sleepy Future Games, Bare Trees Is A Singer/Songwriter Album In The Traditional Early-'70s Style, Backed Up With Just Enough Musical Muscle To Keep From Sounding Like Weedy Soft Rock In The Manner Of Bread Or Cat Stevens. This Is The One Fleetwood Mac Album On Which Singer/Guitarist Danny Kirwan Is The Dominant Figure, Writing Five Songs To Chistine Mcvie And Bob Welch's Two Apiece. Impressively, All Three Writers Get Off A Small Masterpiece On Side Two; Mcvie's "Spare Me A Little Of Your Love" Sounds Like A Dry Run For The String Of Hits She Would Start Writing With 1975's Fleetwood Mac, And It's Her First Really Good Pop Song. By Comparison, Kirwan And Welch's Best Songs Are All-Time Career Highlights. Kirwan's "Dust" Combines A Gentle, Gliding Melody With Resigned, Melancholy Lyrics And His Most Memorable Chorus. Welch's "Sentimental Lady" Was, Of Course, His First Solo Hit In Its 1977 Re-Recorded Version, But This Original Take Is Far Superior, And One Of The Great Lost Pop Songs Of The Early '70s.” Stewart Mason, All Music Guide. more
Bare Trees
Used - LP - MSK 2278
1977 US Reissue, Pressed At The Winchester Plant. Beautiful Cover, Hard To Find With Such Little Wear. "Arguably The First Consistently Strong Album Fleetwood Mac Ever Recorded -- All The Way Back Into The Peter Green/Jeremy Spencer Era, The Mac's Albums Had Previously Consisted Of Individual Moments Of Brilliance In A Sea Of Uninspired Filler -- 1972's Bare Trees Is Also The Album Where The Band Finally Defines Its Post-Blues Musical Personality. Low-Key But Less Narcoleptically Mellow Than 1971's Sleepy Future Games, Bare Trees Is A Singer/Songwriter Album In The Traditional Early-'70s Style, Backed Up With Just Enough Musical Muscle To Keep From Sounding Like Weedy Soft Rock In The Manner Of Bread Or Cat Stevens. This Is The One Fleetwood Mac Album On Which Singer/Guitarist Danny Kirwan Is The Dominant Figure, Writing Five Songs To Christine McVie And Bob Welch's Two Apiece. Impressively, All Three Writers Get Off A Small Masterpiece On Side Two; Mcvie's "Spare Me A Little Of Your Love" Sounds Like A Dry Run For The String Of Hits She Would Start Writing With 1975's Fleetwood Mac, And It's Her First Really Good Pop Song. By Comparison, Kirwan And Welch's Best Songs Are All-Time Career Highlights. Kirwan's "Dust" Combines A Gentle, Gliding Melody With Resigned, Melancholy Lyrics And His Most Memorable Chorus. Welch's "Sentimental Lady" Was, Of Course, His First Solo Hit In Its 1977 Re-Recorded Version, But This Original Take Is Far Superior, And One Of The Great Lost Pop Songs Of The Early '70s. Outfitted With A Terrific Vocal Melody, Hooks Galore, And An Impressive Tremolo Guitar Solo, "Sentimental Lady" Is Perhaps A Little Trite Lyrically, But It's A Heartfelt And Lovable Tune Regardless, And The Best Thing Fleetwood Mac Did In The Years Between "Albatross" And "Over My Head." The Rest Of The Album Is Less Magical, But The Instrumental "Sunny Side Of Heaven" And The Downright Funky "Danny's Chant" Are Impressive In Their Use Of Atmospheric Arrangements And So Point Toward The Subtle But Effective Production Choices That Would Make Fleetwood Mac And Rumours Among The Most Listenable Albums Of Their Time. Bare Trees Isn't In That League, But It Shows That After Five Years Of False Starts And Failed Experiments, Fleetwood Mac Were Finally On Their Way." AMG - Stewart Mason. more
Bare Trees
New - LP - MS 2080
Sealed Non-Textured Cover Early/Mid 70's Pressing. “Arguably The First Consistently Strong Album Fleetwood Mac Ever Recorded — All The Way Back Into The Peter Green/Jeremy Spencer Era, The Mac's Albums Had Previously Consisted Of Individual Moments Of Brilliance In A Sea Of Uninspired Filler — 1972's Bare Trees Is Also The Album Where The Band Finally Defines Its Post-Blues Musical Personality. Low-Key But Less Narcoleptically Mellow Than 1971's Sleepy Future Games, Bare Trees Is A Singer/Songwriter Album In The Traditional Early-'70s Style, Backed Up With Just Enough Musical Muscle To Keep From Sounding Like Weedy Soft Rock In The Manner Of Bread Or Cat Stevens. This Is The One Fleetwood Mac Album On Which Singer/Guitarist Danny Kirwan Is The Dominant Figure, Writing Five Songs To Chistine Mcvie And Bob Welch's Two Apiece. Impressively, All Three Writers Get Off A Small Masterpiece On Side Two; Mcvie's "Spare Me A Little Of Your Love" Sounds Like A Dry Run For The String Of Hits She Would Start Writing With 1975's Fleetwood Mac, And It's Her First Really Good Pop Song. By Comparison, Kirwan And Welch's Best Songs Are All-Time Career Highlights. Kirwan's "Dust" Combines A Gentle, Gliding Melody With Resigned, Melancholy Lyrics And His Most Memorable Chorus. Welch's "Sentimental Lady" Was, Of Course, His First Solo Hit In Its 1977 Re-Recorded Version, But This Original Take Is Far Superior, And One Of The Great Lost Pop Songs Of The Early '70s.” Stewart Mason, All Music Guide. more
Bare Trees
New - LP - MSK 2278
Sealed 1972 Textured Cover Original. Tiny Saw Cut. “Arguably The First Consistently Strong Album Fleetwood Mac Ever Recorded — All The Way Back Into The Peter Green/Jeremy Spencer Era, The Mac's Albums Had Previously Consisted Of Individual Moments Of Brilliance In A Sea Of Uninspired Filler — 1972's Bare Trees Is Also The Album Where The Band Finally Defines Its Post-Blues Musical Personality. Low-Key But Less Narcoleptically Mellow Than 1971's Sleepy Future Games, Bare Trees Is A Singer/Songwriter Album In The Traditional Early-'70s Style, Backed Up With Just Enough Musical Muscle To Keep From Sounding Like Weedy Soft Rock In The Manner Of Bread Or Cat Stevens. This Is The One Fleetwood Mac Album On Which Singer/Guitarist Danny Kirwan Is The Dominant Figure, Writing Five Songs To Chistine Mcvie And Bob Welch's Two Apiece. Impressively, All Three Writers Get Off A Small Masterpiece On Side Two; Mcvie's "Spare Me A Little Of Your Love" Sounds Like A Dry Run For The String Of Hits She Would Start Writing With 1975's Fleetwood Mac, And It's Her First Really Good Pop Song. By Comparison, Kirwan And Welch's Best Songs Are All-Time Career Highlights. Kirwan's "Dust" Combines A Gentle, Gliding Melody With Resigned, Melancholy Lyrics And His Most Memorable Chorus. Welch's "Sentimental Lady" Was, Of Course, His First Solo Hit In Its 1977 Re-Recorded Version, But This Original Take Is Far Superior, And One Of The Great Lost Pop Songs Of The Early '70s.” Stewart Mason, All Music Guide. more
Bare Trees
New - LP - MSK 2278
Sealed 1972 Textured Heavy-Duty Cover LP (Label Variation Unknown-No Bar Code / 2nd Cat #). “Arguably The First Consistently Strong Album Fleetwood Mac Ever Recorded — All The Way Back Into The Peter Green/Jeremy Spencer Era, The Mac's Albums Had Previously Consisted Of Individual Moments Of Brilliance In A Sea Of Uninspired Filler — 1972's Bare Trees Is Also The Album Where The Band Finally Defines Its Post-Blues Musical Personality. Low-Key But Less Narcoleptically Mellow Than 1971's Sleepy Future Games, Bare Trees Is A Singer/Songwriter Album In The Traditional Early-'70s Style, Backed Up With Just Enough Musical Muscle To Keep From Sounding Like Weedy Soft Rock In The Manner Of Bread Or Cat Stevens. This Is The One Fleetwood Mac Album On Which Singer/Guitarist Danny Kirwan Is The Dominant Figure, Writing Five Songs To Chistine Mcvie And Bob Welch's Two Apiece. Impressively, All Three Writers Get Off A Small Masterpiece On Side Two; Mcvie's "Spare Me A Little Of Your Love" Sounds Like A Dry Run For The String Of Hits She Would Start Writing With 1975's Fleetwood Mac, And It's Her First Really Good Pop Song. By Comparison, Kirwan And Welch's Best Songs Are All-Time Career Highlights. Kirwan's "Dust" Combines A Gentle, Gliding Melody With Resigned, Melancholy Lyrics And His Most Memorable Chorus. Welch's "Sentimental Lady" Was, Of Course, His First Solo Hit In Its 1977 Re-Recorded Version, But This Original Take Is Far Superior, And One Of The Great Lost Pop Songs Of The Early '70s.” Stewart Mason, All Music Guide. more
Bare Trees
New - LP - MS 2278
Sealed And Pristine 1972 Textured Cover Original. more
Bare Trees
Used - LP - MS 2080
1972 Non-textured cover in shrink. “Arguably The First Consistently Strong Album Fleetwood Mac Ever Recorded — All The Way Back Into The Peter Green/Jeremy Spencer Era, The Mac's Albums Had Previously Consisted Of Individual Moments Of Brilliance In A Sea Of Uninspired Filler — 1972's Bare Trees Is Also The Album Where The Band Finally Defines Its Post-Blues Musical Personality. Low-Key But Less Narcoleptically Mellow Than 1971's Sleepy "Future Games", "Bare Trees" Is A Singer/Songwriter Album In The Traditional Early-'70s Style, Backed Up With Just Enough Musical Muscle To Keep From Sounding Like Weedy Soft Rock In The Manner Of Bread Or Cat Stevens. This Is The One Fleetwood Mac Album On Which Singer/Guitarist Danny Kirwan Is The Dominant Figure, Writing Five Songs To Chistine Mcvie And Bob Welch's Two Apiece. Impressively, All Three Writers Get Off A Small Masterpiece On Side Two; Mcvie's "Spare Me A Little Of Your Love" Sounds Like A Dry Run For The String Of Hits She Would Start Writing With 1975's Fleetwood Mac, And It's Her First Really Good Pop Song. By Comparison, Kirwan And Welch's Best Songs Are All-Time Career Highlights. Kirwan's "Dust" Combines A Gentle, Gliding Melody With Resigned, Melancholy Lyrics And His Most Memorable Chorus. Welch's "Sentimental Lady" Was, Of Course, His First Solo Hit In Its 1977 Re-Recorded Version, But This Original Take Is Far Superior, And One Of The Great Lost Pop Songs Of The Early '70s.” AMG Stewart Mason more
Bare Trees
Used - LP - MS 2080
1972 Club Pressing. "Arguably The First Consistently Strong Album Fleetwood Mac Ever Recorded -- All The Way Back Into The Peter Green/Jeremy Spencer Era, The Mac's Albums Had Previously Consisted Of Individual Moments Of Brilliance In A Sea Of Uninspired Filler -- 1972's Bare Trees Is Also The Album Where The Band Finally Defines Its Post-Blues Musical Personality. Low-Key But Less Narcoleptically Mellow Than 1971's Sleepy Future Games, Bare Trees Is A Singer/Songwriter Album In The Traditional Early-'70s Style, Backed Up With Just Enough Musical Muscle To Keep From Sounding Like Weedy Soft Rock In The Manner Of Bread Or Cat Stevens. This Is The One Fleetwood Mac Album On Which Singer/Guitarist Danny Kirwan Is The Dominant Figure, Writing Five Songs To Christine McVie And Bob Welch's Two Apiece. Impressively, All Three Writers Get Off A Small Masterpiece On Side Two; Mcvie's "Spare Me A Little Of Your Love" Sounds Like A Dry Run For The String Of Hits She Would Start Writing With 1975's Fleetwood Mac, And It's Her First Really Good Pop Song. By Comparison, Kirwan And Welch's Best Songs Are All-Time Career Highlights. Kirwan's "Dust" Combines A Gentle, Gliding Melody With Resigned, Melancholy Lyrics And His Most Memorable Chorus. Welch's "Sentimental Lady" Was, Of Course, His First Solo Hit In Its 1977 Re-Recorded Version, But This Original Take Is Far Superior, And One Of The Great Lost Pop Songs Of The Early '70s. Outfitted With A Terrific Vocal Melody, Hooks Galore, And An Impressive Tremolo Guitar Solo, "Sentimental Lady" Is Perhaps A Little Trite Lyrically, But It's A Heartfelt And Lovable Tune Regardless, And The Best Thing Fleetwood Mac Did In The Years Between "Albatross" And "Over My Head." The Rest Of The Album Is Less Magical, But The Instrumental "Sunny Side Of Heaven" And The Downright Funky "Danny's Chant" Are Impressive In Their Use Of Atmospheric Arrangements And So Point Toward The Subtle But Effective Production Choices That Would Make Fleetwood Mac And Rumours Among The Most Listenable Albums Of Their Time. Bare Trees Isn't In That League, But It Shows That After Five Years Of False Starts And Failed Experiments, Fleetwood Mac Were Finally On Their Way." AMG - Stewart Mason. more
Behind The Mask
Used - LP - 26111
Hard To Find 1990 Vinyl. Columbia House Record Club Edition. more
Behind The Mask
New - LP - 26111
Sealed Hard To Find 1990 Vinyl. more
Behind The Mask
Used - LP - 26111
Hard To Find 1990 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Behind The Mask
New - LP - 26111
Sealed, Rare 1990 Record Club Pressing. more
Best Of Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - REP 44 138
Hard To Find German Compilation From The 70's. more
Best Of Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
Audiophile - LP - S 160004
Long Out Of Print And Very Limited 2002 Double 180gm LP With Custom Inner Sleeves. Shrink Wrap Intact With Foil Simply Vinyl Sticker. more
Big Love
Used - 12 - PRO A 2723
1987 Original US 45rpm 12" Maxi Single. Still In Shrink, Housed In The Original Warner Bros. Custom Printed Die-Cut Single Jacket. Mis=Print On B-Side Should Be The Track "You And I, Part II" Not Part I. more
Big Love
Used - 12 - PRO A 2723
1987 Promo Label I2 Inch. more
Big Love
Used - 12 - W8398 T
Rare 1987 UK 2 Track 45rpm 12" Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Includes The Extended Version Of "Big Love" Plus "You And I, Part 1." Record Appears Unplayed. more
Black Magic Woman
Used - LP - 31798
80 Compilation more
Black Magic Woman
Used - LP - EG 30632
1971 2LP Gatefold Repackaging Of Their First Two Albums ('Fleetwood Mac' And 'English Rose') From The Peter Green Era. 1A/1B/1D/1D Stampers. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. more
Blues Collection
Used - LP - CCSLP 216
First Copy We Have Had Of This 1989 2LP Gatefold Compilation. Both Records Appear New, Unplayed. All Tracks Recorded Live. more
Boston Live
Used - LP - CLALP 152
1989 Reissue Pressed In England. more
Cerulean
Used Import - HAI 300
Beautiful 1985 UK 2LP Gatefold, Still In. Shrink. Recorded Live At The Tea Party Club In Boston, 1969. Rare. more
Collection
Used - LP - CCSLP 157
Beautiful 1987 2LP Gatefold. Compiles The Best Of Their Early Years. Both Records Appear Glossy. more
English Rose
New - LP - BN 26466
Sealed Stereo Original. more
English Rose
Used - LP - P 11651
Re-Issue Of The 1969 Album. Cover Has Some Ring Wear On Front. more
English Rose
New - LP - BN 26446
Sealed 1969 Yellow Label Stereo Original. Tiny COH. more
English Rose
Used - LP - BN 26446
1969 Yellow Label Stereo Original Still In Shrink With Hype Sticker. LP Appears Glossy. A Very Tubey-Sounding Recording-"Albatros" Sounds Gorgeous. more
Everywhere / When I See You Again
Used - 12 - 920 880
1987 German 45rpm 12 Inch Picture Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. more
Family Man
Used - 12 - 0-20842
1987 US Original 12" Maxi-Single. Still In Shrink, Housed In A Generic WB Art Print 12" Sleeve. more
Family Man / Family Party / Down Endless Street
Used - 12 - 920 857
Rare 1987 3 Track 45rpm German 12 Inch Picture Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. more
Fireflies
Used - 12 - PRO A 932
Near Mint 1982 Promo Only 12 Inch. B/W "Fireflies (Remix) (Long Version)." more
Fleetwood Mac
Audiophile - LP - SVLP 0013
Long Out Of Print 180gm HQ Import. Appears Unplayed. more
Fleetwood Mac
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-012
Sealed Half-Speed Master With Original Outer Bag And Super High Fidelity Sticker. Pristine Copy more
Fleetwood Mac
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-012
Factory Sealed 1979 Half-Speed Master With Non-Italicized Printing On Bottom Of Cover. Has The Original Streetlight Price Tag On The Outer Poly Bag. more
Fleetwood Mac
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-012
Sealed 1979 Limited Edition Half-Speed Master With Original Super High Fidelity Sticker On The Outer Poly Bag. One Of The Very First Pressings With The Mobile Fidelity Sheet Under The Rear Poly Bag. 2 Inch Bottom Center Seam Split. more
Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - REP 54 023
Beautiful German 2nd Issue With Insert. more
Fleetwood Mac
New - LP - MSK 2281
Factory Sealed 1975 Textured Jacket Original With The Original Music Stop $5.99 Price Tag On Shrink Wrap. Pristine Copy. more
Fleetwood Mac
New - LP - 530137
Sealed Reissue Mastered From The Original Analog Master Tapes At Bernie Grundman Studios. more
Fleetwood Mac
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-012
Factory Sealed 1979 Half-Speed Master With Original Outer Bag And Super High Fidelity Sticker, Plus This Is The First Copy We Have Seen With The "Brand New Experience Sticker. more
Fleetwood Mac
New - LP - MSK 2281
Sealed 1975 Textured Cover Original. more
Fleetwood Mac
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-012
Beautiful Half-Speed Master Pressed In Japan By JVC. more
Fleetwood Mac
New - LP - MS 2225
Sealed 1975 Textured Cover Original. Crisp Corners, COH. more
Fleetwood Mac
Colored Vinyl - K 54043
1975 UK Limited Edition White Vinyl Pressing. LP Appears Unplayed. Coloured Vinyl Sticker And The Original Record Store Price Tag (Not Shown) On The Cover. more
Fleetwood Mac
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-012
Factory Sealed And Pristine Half-Speed Master Pressed In Japan By JVC. First Pressing (Non-Italicized Printing On Cover). First Copy We Have Ever Had In Stock With The MoFi Insert Under The Rear Shrink Wrap (Earliest Pressings Only). more
Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - MSK 2281
1975 Original Textured Cover Still In Shrink Wrap. more
Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - SE-2-7721
Rare 2LP "Live" Recording, B&W Photo Cover Front And Back. Tracks Are "I'm So Afraid," "Oh Well," "World Turning," "Just Like You Ued To Be," "Green Manalishi," "Homework," "World In Harmony," "Station Man," "Spare Me A Little," "Rhiannon," "Why," "Landslide," "Over My Head" And "Green Manalishi." Both LPs Appear Unplayed. more
Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - EMB 31038
1973 UK 2nd Label. more
Fleetwood Mac
New - LP - MSK 2281
Factory Sealed 1975 Textured Jacket Original With Sound Warehouse $5.99 Price Tag On Shrink Wrap. more
Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - BSK 2281
A Very Unusual Variation. This Pressing Was Manufactured By MCA (Dead Wax Reads MCA-1/MCA-3). Labels Are Also Slightly Different Than The Reprise Pressings. Comes In A Textured Reprise Jacket. Includes The Lyric Insert. Appears Unplayed. more
Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - K 54043
Beautiful 1975 UK Original With Card Lyric Insert. A4/B2 Stampers. more
Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - P 10074
Japanese Pressing, No Obi. Tiny Bottom Left Corner Dent. more
Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - MS 2225
Beautiful 1975 Textured Cover Original In Shrink Wrap With Rare Custom "Over My Head / Rhianon" Sticker Over Shrink. more
Fleetwood Mac
New - LP - MS 2225
Factory Sealed 1975 First Pressing With The "MS" Prefix Housed In A Textured Jacket. Crisp Corners. more
Fleetwood Mac
Audiophile - LP - 530138
2012 45rpm 2LP 180gm Audiophile Pressing Housed In A Heavy-Duty Gatefold Cover. Custom Hype Sticker On Outer Baggie. Mastered From The Original Source Tape By Bernie Grundman Studios. Pressed At Pallas. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. more
Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - MS 0698
1975 Textured Cover With Insert. Appears Unplayed. more
Fleetwood Mac
New - LP - MSK 2281
Factory Sealed 1975 Textured Cover Original. Department Store Price Code "F" Tag Over Shrink. more
Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - MS 2225
1975 Original In Shrink With Insert. more
Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - MS 2225
1975 Textured Cover Original Still In Shrink. Includes Insert. more
Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - MS 2225
1975 US Original Santa Maria Press, No Stereo On Label. Housed In A Textured Gatefold Jacket With Original Inner Sleeve & Insert. Excellent Glossy Vinyl, Very Light Wear To Jacket, One Small Crease Line Near Jacket Mouth Edge. more
Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - MSK 2281
1977 Repress With Textured Cover And Original Insert. "It's Unfair To Say That Fleetwood Mac Had No Pop Pretensions Prior To The Addition Of Lindsey Buckingham And Stevie Nicks To The Lineup In 1975. When They Were Led By Bob Welch They Often Flirted With Pop, Even Recording The First Version Of The Unabashedly Smooth And Sappy "Sentimental Lady," Which Would Later Be One Of The Defining Soft Rock Hits Of The Late '70s. Still, There's No Denying That 1975's Fleetwood Mac Represents Not Just The Rebirth Of The Band, But In Effect A Second Debut For The Group -- The Introduction Of A Band That Would Dominate The Sound Of American And British Mainstream Pop For The Next Seven Years. In Fact, In Retrospect, It's Rather Stunning How Thoroughly Buckingham And Nicks, Who Had Previously Recorded As A Duo And Were Romantically Entangled In The Past, Overtook The British Blues Band. As Soon As The Californian Duo Came Onboard, Fleetwood Mac Turned Into A West Coast Pop/rock Band, Transforming The Very Identity Of The Band And Pushing The Band's Other Songwriter, Keyboardist Christine Mcvie, To A Kindred Soft Rock Sound. It Could Have All Been Too Mellow If It Weren't For The Nervy, Restless Spirit Of Buckingham, Whose Insistent Opener, "Monday Morning," Sets The Tone For The Rest Of The Album, As Well The Next Few Years Of The Group's Career. Surging With A Pushily Melodic Chorus And A Breezy Californian Feel, The Song Has Little To Do With Anything The Mac Had Done Before This, And It Is A Positively Brilliant Slice Of Pop Songwriting, Simultaneously Urgent And Timeless. After That Barnstorming Opener, Buckingham Lies Back A Bit, Contributing Only Two Other Songs -- A Cover Of Richard Curtis' "Blue Letter," The Second Best Up-tempo Song Here, And The Closer, "I'm So Afraid" -- While The Rest Of The Album Is Given Over To The Wily Spirits Of Nicks And Mcvie, Whose Singles "Rhiannon," "Say You Love Me," And "Over My Head" Deservedly Made This Into A Blockbuster. But A Bandmember's Contribution Can Never Be Reduced To His Own Tracks, And Buckingham Not Only Gives The Production Depth, He Motivates The Rest Of The Band, Particularly Nicks And Mcvie, To Do Great Work, Not Just On The Hit Singles But The Album Tracks That Give This Record Depth. It Was Diverse Without Being Forced, Percolating With Innovative Ideas, All Filtered Through An Accessible Yet Sophisticated Sensibility. While Rumours Had More Hits And Tusk Was An Inspired Work Of Mad Genius, Fleetwood Mac Wrote The Blueprint For Californian Soft Rock Of The Late '70s And Was The Standard The Rest Were Judged By." AMG Review By Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - MS 2225
Beautiful 1975 Textured Cover Original In Shrink Wrap With Rare Custom "Over My Head / Rhianon" Sticker Over Shrink. Includes Insert. Light Corner Crease. Last Sticker On Label. more
Fleetwood Mac
Audiophile - Used - MFSL 1-012
1979 Half Speed Master With Rarer Hype Sticker. Hard To Find Crisp Copy All The Way Around. more
Fleetwood Mac
Audiophile - LP - SVLP 0013
Sealed 2002 Limited Edition 180gm HQ Reissue. more
Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - BN 26402
1968 Yellow Label Stereo Original. Jacket Has Light Foxing/Spotting. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. 1C/1C Stampers. "Jimi Fox MD" Stamped In Green On Labels. more
Fleetwood Mac
Audiophile - LP - 530138
Sealed, Out Of Print 2012 45rpm 2LP 180gm Audiophile Pressing Housed In A Heavy-Duty Gatefold Cover. Custom Hype Sticker On Outter Baggie. Mastered From The Original Source Tape By Bernie Grundman Studios. Pressed At Pallas. more
Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - TD 1941
1974 Unauthorized Taiwanese First Pressing. Appears Unplayed. more
Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - MSK 2281
1977 Repress With Textured Cover And Original Insert. Two Small Crease Lines At Spine Edge & Rubbing Patch At Middle Of Top Seam. "It's Unfair To Say That Fleetwood Mac Had No Pop Pretensions Prior To The Addition Of Lindsey Buckingham And Stevie Nicks To The Lineup In 1975. When They Were Led By Bob Welch They Often Flirted With Pop, Even Recording The First Version Of The Unabashedly Smooth And Sappy "Sentimental Lady," Which Would Later Be One Of The Defining Soft Rock Hits Of The Late '70s. Still, There's No Denying That 1975's Fleetwood Mac Represents Not Just The Rebirth Of The Band, But In Effect A Second Debut For The Group -- The Introduction Of A Band That Would Dominate The Sound Of American And British Mainstream Pop For The Next Seven Years. In Fact, In Retrospect, It's Rather Stunning How Thoroughly Buckingham And Nicks, Who Had Previously Recorded As A Duo And Were Romantically Entangled In The Past, Overtook The British Blues Band. As Soon As The Californian Duo Came Onboard, Fleetwood Mac Turned Into A West Coast Pop/rock Band, Transforming The Very Identity Of The Band And Pushing The Band's Other Songwriter, Keyboardist Christine Mcvie, To A Kindred Soft Rock Sound. It Could Have All Been Too Mellow If It Weren't For The Nervy, Restless Spirit Of Buckingham, Whose Insistent Opener, "Monday Morning," Sets The Tone For The Rest Of The Album, As Well The Next Few Years Of The Group's Career. Surging With A Pushily Melodic Chorus And A Breezy Californian Feel, The Song Has Little To Do With Anything The Mac Had Done Before This, And It Is A Positively Brilliant Slice Of Pop Songwriting, Simultaneously Urgent And Timeless. After That Barnstorming Opener, Buckingham Lies Back A Bit, Contributing Only Two Other Songs -- A Cover Of Richard Curtis' "Blue Letter," The Second Best Up-tempo Song Here, And The Closer, "I'm So Afraid" -- While The Rest Of The Album Is Given Over To The Wily Spirits Of Nicks And Mcvie, Whose Singles "Rhiannon," "Say You Love Me," And "Over My Head" Deservedly Made This Into A Blockbuster. But A Bandmember's Contribution Can Never Be Reduced To His Own Tracks, And Buckingham Not Only Gives The Production Depth, He Motivates The Rest Of The Band, Particularly Nicks And Mcvie, To Do Great Work, Not Just On The Hit Singles But The Album Tracks That Give This Record Depth. It Was Diverse Without Being Forced, Percolating With Innovative Ideas, All Filtered Through An Accessible Yet Sophisticated Sensibility. While Rumours Had More Hits And Tusk Was An Inspired Work Of Mad Genius, Fleetwood Mac Wrote The Blueprint For Californian Soft Rock Of The Late '70s And Was The Standard The Rest Were Judged By." AMG Review By Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - MS 2225
1975 Still In Shrink, Textured Cover Original. Slight Corner Rubs. more
Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - MS 2225
1975 Textured Cover Original Still In Shrink. Includes Insert. Small Corner Bump more
Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - MS 2225
1975 US Original; Los Angeles Pressing In Textured Cover With Insert. No "POGO" In Deadwax. Strong VG++ Copy. Glossy Vinyl, Tiny Corner Bump To Jacket. "It's Unfair To Say That Fleetwood Mac Had No Pop Pretensions Prior To The Addition Of Lindsey Buckingham And Stevie Nicks To The Lineup In 1975. When They Were Led By Bob Welch They Often Flirted With Pop, Even Recording The First Version Of The Unabashedly Smooth And Sappy "Sentimental Lady," Which Would Later Be One Of The Defining Soft Rock Hits Of The Late '70s. Still, There's No Denying That 1975's Fleetwood Mac Represents Not Just The Rebirth Of The Band, But In Effect A Second Debut For The Group -- The Introduction Of A Band That Would Dominate The Sound Of American And British Mainstream Pop For The Next Seven Years. In Fact, In Retrospect, It's Rather Stunning How Thoroughly Buckingham And Nicks, Who Had Previously Recorded As A Duo And Were Romantically Entangled In The Past, Overtook The British Blues Band. As Soon As The Californian Duo Came Onboard, Fleetwood Mac Turned Into A West Coast Pop/rock Band, Transforming The Very Identity Of The Band And Pushing The Band's Other Songwriter, Keyboardist Christine Mcvie, To A Kindred Soft Rock Sound. It Could Have All Been Too Mellow If It Weren't For The Nervy, Restless Spirit Of Buckingham, Whose Insistent Opener, "Monday Morning," Sets The Tone For The Rest Of The Album, As Well The Next Few Years Of The Group's Career. Surging With A Pushily Melodic Chorus And A Breezy Californian Feel, The Song Has Little To Do With Anything The Mac Had Done Before This, And It Is A Positively Brilliant Slice Of Pop Songwriting, Simultaneously Urgent And Timeless. After That Barnstorming Opener, Buckingham Lies Back A Bit, Contributing Only Two Other Songs -- A Cover Of Richard Curtis' "Blue Letter," The Second Best Up-tempo Song Here, And The Closer, "I'm So Afraid" -- While The Rest Of The Album Is Given Over To The Wily Spirits Of Nicks And Mcvie, Whose Singles "Rhiannon," "Say You Love Me," And "Over My Head" Deservedly Made This Into A Blockbuster. But A Bandmember's Contribution Can Never Be Reduced To His Own Tracks, And Buckingham Not Only Gives The Production Depth, He Motivates The Rest Of The Band, Particularly Nicks And Mcvie, To Do Great Work, Not Just On The Hit Singles But The Album Tracks That Give This Record Depth. It Was Diverse Without Being Forced, Percolating With Innovative Ideas, All Filtered Through An Accessible Yet Sophisticated Sensibility. While Rumours Had More Hits And Tusk Was An Inspired Work Of Mad Genius, Fleetwood Mac Wrote The Blueprint For Californian Soft Rock Of The Late '70s And Was The Standard The Rest Were Judged By." AMG - Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Fleetwood Mac
New - LP - RS 2281 / 603497839650
Sealed 2022 Latest Reissue Of Their 1975 Self-Titled Breakout Smash Release. "It's Unfair To Say That Fleetwood Mac Had No Pop Pretensions Prior To The Addition Of Lindsey Buckingham And Stevie Nicks To The Lineup In 1975. When They Were Led By Bob Welch They Often Flirted With Pop, Even Recording The First Version Of The Unabashedly Smooth And Sappy "Sentimental Lady," Which Would Later Be One Of The Defining Soft Rock Hits Of The Late '70s. Still, There's No Denying That 1975's Fleetwood Mac Represents Not Just The Rebirth Of The Band, But In Effect A Second Debut For The Group -- The Introduction Of A Band That Would Dominate The Sound Of American And British Mainstream Pop For The Next Seven Years. In Fact, In Retrospect, It's Rather Stunning How Thoroughly Buckingham And Nicks, Who Had Previously Recorded As A Duo And Were Romantically Entangled In The Past, Overtook The British Blues Band. As Soon As The Californian Duo Came Onboard, Fleetwood Mac Turned Into A West Coast Pop/rock Band, Transforming The Very Identity Of The Band And Pushing The Band's Other Songwriter, Keyboardist Christine Mcvie, To A Kindred Soft Rock Sound. It Could Have All Been Too Mellow If It Weren't For The Nervy, Restless Spirit Of Buckingham, Whose Insistent Opener, "Monday Morning," Sets The Tone For The Rest Of The Album, As Well The Next Few Years Of The Group's Career. Surging With A Pushily Melodic Chorus And A Breezy Californian Feel, The Song Has Little To Do With Anything The Mac Had Done Before This, And It Is A Positively Brilliant Slice Of Pop Songwriting, Simultaneously Urgent And Timeless. After That Barnstorming Opener, Buckingham Lies Back A Bit, Contributing Only Two Other Songs -- A Cover Of Richard Curtis' "Blue Letter," The Second Best Up-Tempo Song Here, And The Closer, "I'm So Afraid" -- While The Rest Of The Album Is Given Over To The Wily Spirits Of Nicks And McVie, Whose Singles "Rhiannon," "Say You Love Me," And "Over My Head" Deservedly Made This Into A Blockbuster. But A Bandmember's Contribution Can Never Be Reduced To His Own Tracks, And Buckingham Not Only Gives The Production Depth, He Motivates The Rest Of The Band, Particularly Nicks And McVie, To Do Great Work, Not Just On The Hit Singles But The Album Tracks That Give This Record Depth. It Was Diverse Without Being Forced, Percolating With Innovative Ideas, All Filtered Through An Accessible Yet Sophisticated Sensibility. While Rumours Had More Hits And Tusk Was An Inspired Work Of Mad Genius, Fleetwood Mac Wrote The Blueprint For Californian Soft Rock Of The Late '70s And Was The Standard The Rest Were Judged By." AMG Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Fleetwood Mac
Audiophile - Used - MFSL 1-012
Rare 1979 Half-Speed Master Pressed In Japan By JVC. more
Fleetwood Mac
New - LP - 530137-1
Sealed 2012 Remastered Reissue, Cut From The Original Analog Master Tapes At Bernie Grundman Studios. more
Fleetwood Mac
Used Import - P-10074R
Japanese Reissue, With Slightly Differing Obi To Other 1975 Pressing. Housed In A Textured Jacket With Obi And Insert. Beautiful Copy. "It's Unfair To Say That Fleetwood Mac Had No Pop Pretensions Prior To The Addition Of Lindsey Buckingham And Stevie Nicks To The Lineup In 1975. When They Were Led By Bob Welch They Often Flirted With Pop, Even Recording The First Version Of The Unabashedly Smooth And Sappy "Sentimental Lady," Which Would Later Be One Of The Defining Soft Rock Hits Of The Late '70s. Still, There's No Denying That 1975's Fleetwood Mac Represents Not Just The Rebirth Of The Band, But In Effect A Second Debut For The Group -- The Introduction Of A Band That Would Dominate The Sound Of American And British Mainstream Pop For The Next Seven Years. In Fact, In Retrospect, It's Rather Stunning How Thoroughly Buckingham And Nicks, Who Had Previously Recorded As A Duo And Were Romantically Entangled In The Past, Overtook The British Blues Band. As Soon As The Californian Duo Came Onboard, Fleetwood Mac Turned Into A West Coast Pop/rock Band, Transforming The Very Identity Of The Band And Pushing The Band's Other Songwriter, Keyboardist Christine Mcvie, To A Kindred Soft Rock Sound. It Could Have All Been Too Mellow If It Weren't For The Nervy, Restless Spirit Of Buckingham, Whose Insistent Opener, "Monday Morning," Sets The Tone For The Rest Of The Album, As Well The Next Few Years Of The Group's Career. Surging With A Pushily Melodic Chorus And A Breezy Californian Feel, The Song Has Little To Do With Anything The Mac Had Done Before This, And It Is A Positively Brilliant Slice Of Pop Songwriting, Simultaneously Urgent And Timeless. After That Barnstorming Opener, Buckingham Lies Back A Bit, Contributing Only Two Other Songs -- A Cover Of Richard Curtis' "Blue Letter," The Second Best Up-tempo Song Here, And The Closer, "I'm So Afraid" -- While The Rest Of The Album Is Given Over To The Wily Spirits Of Nicks And Mcvie, Whose Singles "Rhiannon," "Say You Love Me," And "Over My Head" Deservedly Made This Into A Blockbuster. But A Bandmember's Contribution Can Never Be Reduced To His Own Tracks, And Buckingham Not Only Gives The Production Depth, He Motivates The Rest Of The Band, Particularly Nicks And Mcvie, To Do Great Work, Not Just On The Hit Singles But The Album Tracks That Give This Record Depth. It Was Diverse Without Being Forced, Percolating With Innovative Ideas, All Filtered Through An Accessible Yet Sophisticated Sensibility. While Rumours Had More Hits And Tusk Was An Inspired Work Of Mad Genius, Fleetwood Mac Wrote The Blueprint For Californian Soft Rock Of The Late '70s And Was The Standard The Rest Were Judged By." AMG Review By Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Fleetwood Mac
Used Import - P-10074R
Japanese Reissue, With Slightly Differing Obi To Other 1975 Pressing. Housed In A Textured Jacket With Obi And Insert. Beautiful Copy. "It's Unfair To Say That Fleetwood Mac Had No Pop Pretensions Prior To The Addition Of Lindsey Buckingham And Stevie Nicks To The Lineup In 1975. When They Were Led By Bob Welch They Often Flirted With Pop, Even Recording The First Version Of The Unabashedly Smooth And Sappy "Sentimental Lady," Which Would Later Be One Of The Defining Soft Rock Hits Of The Late '70s. Still, There's No Denying That 1975's Fleetwood Mac Represents Not Just The Rebirth Of The Band, But In Effect A Second Debut For The Group -- The Introduction Of A Band That Would Dominate The Sound Of American And British Mainstream Pop For The Next Seven Years. In Fact, In Retrospect, It's Rather Stunning How Thoroughly Buckingham And Nicks, Who Had Previously Recorded As A Duo And Were Romantically Entangled In The Past, Overtook The British Blues Band. As Soon As The Californian Duo Came Onboard, Fleetwood Mac Turned Into A West Coast Pop/rock Band, Transforming The Very Identity Of The Band And Pushing The Band's Other Songwriter, Keyboardist Christine Mcvie, To A Kindred Soft Rock Sound. It Could Have All Been Too Mellow If It Weren't For The Nervy, Restless Spirit Of Buckingham, Whose Insistent Opener, "Monday Morning," Sets The Tone For The Rest Of The Album, As Well The Next Few Years Of The Group's Career. Surging With A Pushily Melodic Chorus And A Breezy Californian Feel, The Song Has Little To Do With Anything The Mac Had Done Before This, And It Is A Positively Brilliant Slice Of Pop Songwriting, Simultaneously Urgent And Timeless. After That Barnstorming Opener, Buckingham Lies Back A Bit, Contributing Only Two Other Songs -- A Cover Of Richard Curtis' "Blue Letter," The Second Best Up-tempo Song Here, And The Closer, "I'm So Afraid" -- While The Rest Of The Album Is Given Over To The Wily Spirits Of Nicks And Mcvie, Whose Singles "Rhiannon," "Say You Love Me," And "Over My Head" Deservedly Made This Into A Blockbuster. But A Bandmember's Contribution Can Never Be Reduced To His Own Tracks, And Buckingham Not Only Gives The Production Depth, He Motivates The Rest Of The Band, Particularly Nicks And Mcvie, To Do Great Work, Not Just On The Hit Singles But The Album Tracks That Give This Record Depth. It Was Diverse Without Being Forced, Percolating With Innovative Ideas, All Filtered Through An Accessible Yet Sophisticated Sensibility. While Rumours Had More Hits And Tusk Was An Inspired Work Of Mad Genius, Fleetwood Mac Wrote The Blueprint For Californian Soft Rock Of The Late '70s And Was The Standard The Rest Were Judged By." AMG Review By Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Fleetwood Mac
Audiophile - Used - MFSL 1-012
1979 Half-Speed Master With Original Outer Bag And Super High Fidelity Sticker. Fleetwood Mac's self-titled album from 1975 marked a turning point for the band. With the addition of Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks, the group's sound shifted from blues-rock to a more pop-oriented approach, resulting in some of their biggest hits. The album opens with the infectious "Monday Morning" and includes "Say You Love Me" and "Rhiannon," both of which showcase Nicks' haunting vocals. The album also features Buckingham's intricate guitar work, particularly on "I'm So Afraid." The album's standout track is "Landslide," a beautiful ballad written by Nicks that has since become a classic. The album as a whole is impeccably produced and polished, but the raw emotion in the lyrics and performances keep it from feeling overproduced. This audiophile album is a must-listen for anyone interested in the band's evolution and the origins of their iconic sound. more
Fleetwood Mac & English Rose
Used - LP - 22025
Beautiful 1971 UK 2LP Package Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Borh LPs Appear Unplayed. more
Fleetwood Mac 1969-1972
New - LP - R1 535581
Sealed 2013 4LP Box Set With Bonus 7" Single ("Oh Well - Pt. 1" B/W "Oh Well - Pt. 2"). Features Four Complete Albums – Then Play On (1969), Kiln House (1970), Future Games (1971) And Bare Trees (1972) – Housed In A Striking Black Slipcase. To Ensure Superb Sound Quality, Chris Bellman At Bernie Grundman Mastering Cut The Lacquers For All Four Albums. The Records Look As Good As They Sound Thanks To Authentically Reproduced Packages, Including Gatefolds For Then Play On And Kiln House And Single Sleeves For Future Games And Bare Trees. The Set Follows The Band Through An Early Transitional Period. With Kiln House, Fleetwood Mac Began Moving Toward A More Melodic Pop Sound On Songs Like “Mission Bell” And “One Together.” At The Time, The Band Included: Jeremy Spencer (Guitar, Vocals, Piano), Kirwan (Guitar, Vocals), John Mcvie (Bass) And Mick Fleetwood (Drums). Christine Mcvie Was At The Recording Sessions And Contributed Backing Vocals And The Album’s Cover Art, But She Did Not Join The Band Until Shortly After The Album Was Finished. The Band’s Shift Toward Pop And Folk Styles Continued On Future Games With Songs Like “Show Me A Smile” And “Morning Rain.” This Marks The First Fleetwood Mac Album With Christine Mcvie As A Full Band Member As Well As The Mac Debut Of Bob Welch On Guitar. The Line-Up Stayed The Same For Bare Trees, Which Boasts A Consistently Strong Collection Of Songs Like Mcvie’s “Spare Me A Little Of Your Love,” Kirwan’s “Dust” And Welch’s “Sentimental Lady.” Although Kirwan Was A Dominant Figure During The Recording, Penning Half Of The Songs, This Would Ultimately Be His Last Appearance On A Fleetwood Mac Album. more
Fleetwood Mac In Chicago
New - LP - BH 3801
Sealed 1971 2LP Gatefold With "Hungry Country Girl" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Reissues Blue Horizon 4803 And 4805. more
Fleetwood Mac In Chicago
Used - LP - BH 3801
Beautiful Deep Groove, Blue Label, Gatefold 2LP Featuring Otis Spann, Willie Dixon And More. Both LPs In Unplayed Condition. Reissues Blue Horizon 4803 And 4805. more
Fleetwood Mac In Chicago
New - LP - 2XS 6009
Sealed 1975 2LP 2nd Issue Gatefold Featuring Otis Spann, Willie Dixon And Others. Saw Cut. more
Fleetwood Mac In Chicago
Used - LP - 2XS 6009
1975 2LP Gatefold 2nd Label. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. more
Fleetwood Mac In Chicago
Used - LP - 2XS 6009
1977 2LP Test Pressing Featuring Otis Spann, Willie Dixon And Others. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. more
Fleetwood Mac In Chicago
New - LP - 2XS 6009
Sealed 1975 Gatefold Featuring Otis Spann, Willie Dixon And Others. Pristine Copy Without Saw Cuts. Very Difficult To Find Sealed And Without A Saw Cut Or Cut Out Hole. Reissue The UK Blue Horizon Original. more
Fleetwood Mac In Chicago
Used - LP - SASH-3715-2
Beautiful 1975 2LP Gatefold Featuring Otis Spann, Willie Dixon And Others. more
Future Games
Used - LP - RS 6465
Mid 70's Tan Label Reissue, Warner Logo In Rim Text. Los Angeles Pressing.VG/VG+ Cover. Old Store Price Sticker. "By The Time Of This Album's Release, Jeremy Spencer Had Been Replaced By Bob Welch And Christine Mcvie Had Begun To Assert Herself More As A Singer And Songwriter. The Result Is A Distinct Move Toward Folk-Rock And Pop; Future Games Sounds Almost Nothing Like Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac. Bob Welch's Eight-minute Title Track, Featuring Lead Guitar From Danny Kirwan, Has One Of Welch's Characteristic Haunting Melodies, And With Pruning And Better Editing, It Could Have Been A Hit. Christine Mcvie's "Show Me A Smile" Is One Of Her Loveliest Ballads. Initial Popular Reaction Was Mixed: The Album Didn't Sell As Well As Kiln House, But It Sold Better Than Any Of The Band's First Three Albums In The U.s. In The U.K., Where The Original Lineup Had Been More Successful, Future Games Didn't Chart At All; The Same Fate That Would Befall The Rest Of Its Albums Until The Lindsey Buckingham-Stevie Nicks Era." AMG Review By William Ruhlmann. more
Future Games
Used - LP - 6465
Beautiful 1971 White Label Promo. more
Future Games
New - LP - RS 6465
Sealed 1971 Green Jacket Version. Crisp Corners And Tough To Find Without A Saw Cut. more
Future Games
New - LP - RS 6465
Sealed 1971 Original In Green Cover, Label Variation Unknown. Small Saw Cut. more
Future Games
Used - LP - RS 6465
1971 Steamboat Label In The Green Cover. LP Appears Unplayed. more
Future Games
New - LP - 6465
Sealed 2015 Reissue Of The 1971 Original. Hype Sticker On Shrink. more
Future Games
New - LP - RS 6465
Sealed 1972 Green Cover. Label Variation Unknown. Light Cover Creasing, Hence Massively Great Sale Price. more
Future Games
New - LP - RS 6465
Sealed Yellow Cover First Pressing. Some Fading Along Spine On Front And Back Cover Accounted For In Price. more
Future Games
Used - LP - RS 6465
1971 Steamboat Label In The Green Cover. Tiny Edge Dent more
Future Games
New - LP - RS 6465
Sealed 1971 Yellow Cover First Pressing. Some Fading Along Spine On Front And Back Cover. This might be the best Fleetwood Mac of the middle years. A mix of all the songwriters contributing a cohesive mix of strong songs. more
Future Games
Used - LP - RS 6465
RCA Music Service Pressing. Steamboat Label In The Green Cover. LP Appears Glossy. more
Go Your Own Way / Silver Springs
Used - 12 - PRO 652
Rare 1976 Promo Only 45rpm 12 Inch Housed In A Custom, Die-Cut Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - 25801
Sealed, Embossed Jacket, 1988 Vinyl Rarity Featuring The Previously Unreleased "No Questions Asked" And "As Long As You Follow." Small Saw Cut. more
Greatest Hits
Used - LP - 25801
Beautiful 1988 Embossed Cover Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Allied Pressing Denoted By "A" Embossed On Label, Near Spindle Hole. Features Two New Songs Not On Previous Albums: "No Questions Asked" And "As Long As You Follow." A Very Hard To Find Title On Vinyl. more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - 25801
Sealed 1988 Vinyl Featuring Two New Songs Not On Previous Albums "No Questions Asked" And "As Long As You Follow." A Very Hard To Find Title On Vinyl. Also Includes A Bonus 7 Inch Picture Sleeve 45 Of "As Long As You Follow" B/W The Previously Unreleased "Oh Well (Live)." more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - 25801
Sealed 1988 Embossed Jacket Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker. Shrink Wrap Has Been Pulled Away Just Enough To Be Signed By Mick Fleetwood On The Jacket. Includes Two Previously Unreleased Songs. more
Greatest Hits
Used - LP - 69011
1971 UK Gatefold Orange Label First Pressing, A1/B1 Stampers. LP Appears New, Unplayed! Includes "Albatross," "Oh Well, Parts 1 & 2" And More. more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - 25801
Sealed 1988 Embossed Cover Vinyl Rarity Featuring Two New Songs Not On Previous Albums "No Questions Asked" And "As Long As You Follow." Rare Record Club Issue. more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - 25801
Factory Sealed 1988 Embossed Cover Original With Custom Album Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Pristine Copy. Features Two New Songs Not On Previous Albums: "No Questions Asked" And "As Long As You Follow." A Very Hard To Find Title On Vinyl. Not The Record Club Issue. more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - MOVLP103
New, Unplayed 180gm Gatefold Audiophile Reissue Housed In A Resealable Bag. more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - R1 25801
Sealed 2014 Greatest Hits Reissue With Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - R1 25801
Sealed Latest Repressed Reissue Of Their Greatest Hits, With Slightly Updated Hype Sticker From The 2014 First US Reissue. Features Two New Songs Not On Previous Albums: "No Questions Asked" And "As Long As You Follow." more
Greatest Hits
New Import - 081227959357
Sealed 2020 Greatest Hits Reissue. EU Import. VG+ Jacket, With Three Corner Rubs. Features Two New Songs Not On Previous Albums: "No Questions Asked" And "As Long As You Follow." more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - 081227959357
Sealed 2020 Greatest Hits Reissue. Features Two New Songs Not On Previous Albums: "No Questions Asked" And "As Long As You Follow." more
Heroes Are Hard To Find
Used - LP - MS 2196
1974 Second Issue. Unplayed Condition. Tiny Corner Bump, Hence Price. "Although This Was Bob Welch's Last Album With The Band He Had Worked With Since 1971, It Sounds Like He's At His Peak. Pared Down To A Foursome For The First And (As Of 2002) Only Time Since The Addition Of Danny Kirwan, Both Welch And Christine McVie Contribute Some Of Their Finest Songs. Bolstered By Sympathetic Self-Production And Imaginative, Often Aggressive Arrangements That Include Brassy Horns On The Title Track (A Blatant But Failed Attempt At A Hit Single), The Album Is One Of Their Most Cohesive Yet Diverse.” Hal Horowitz, AMG. more
Heroes Are Hard To Find
Used Import - K 54026
1974 UK Original. Cover Is VG++. “Although This Was Bob Welch's Last Album With The Band He Had Worked With Since 1971, It Sounds Like He's At His Peak. Pared Down To A Foursome For The First And (As Of 2002) Only Time Since The Addition Of Danny Kirwan, Both Welch And Christine McVie Contribute Some Of Their Finest Songs. Bolstered By Sympathetic Self-Production And Imaginative, Often Aggressive Arrangements That Include Brassy Horns On The Title Track (A Blatant But Failed Attempt At A Hit Single), The Album Is One Of Their Most Cohesive Yet Diverse.” Hal Horowitz, AMG. more
Heroes Are Hard To Find
Used Import - JS-5198
Rare 1974 Taiwanese First Pressing. more
Heroes Are Hard To Find
New - LP - MS 2196
Sealed 1974 Original. “Although This Was Bob Welch's Last Album With The Band He Had Worked With Since 1971, It Sounds Like He's At His Peak. Pared Down To A Foursome For The First And (As Of 2002) Only Time Since The Addition Of Danny Kirwan, Both Welch And Christine McVie Contribute Some Of Their Finest Songs. Bolstered By Sympathetic Self-Production And Imaginative, Often Aggressive Arrangements That Include Brassy Horns On The Title Track (A Blatant But Failed Attempt At A Hit Single), The Album Is One Of Their Most Cohesive Yet Diverse.” Hal Horowitz, AMG. more
Heroes Are Hard To Find
New - LP - MS 2196
Sealed 1974 Original. Crisp Corners, Thin Saw Cut. “Although This Was Bob Welch's Last Album With The Band He Had Worked With Since 1971, It Sounds Like He's At His Peak. Pared Down To A Foursome For The First And (As Of 2002) Only Time Since The Addition Of Danny Kirwan, Both Welch And Christine Mcvie Contribute Some Of Their Finest Songs. Bolstered By Sympathetic Self-Production And Imaginative, Often Aggressive Arrangements That Include Brassy Horns On The Title Track (A Blatant But Failed Attempt At A Hit Single), The Album Is One Of Their Most Cohesive Yet Diverse.” Hal Horowitz, All Music Guide. more
Heroes Are Hard To Find
Used - LP - MS 2196
1974 Promo Label. 1B/1A Kendun Stampers. Appears Unplayed. “Although This Was Bob Welch's Last Album With The Band He Had Worked With Since 1971, It Sounds Like He's At His Peak. Pared Down To A Foursome For The First And (As Of 2002) Only Time Since The Addition Of Danny Kirwan, Both Welch And Christine Mcvie Contribute Some Of Their Finest Songs. Bolstered By Sympathetic Self-Production And Imaginative, Often Aggressive Arrangements That Include Brassy Horns On The Title Track (A Blatant But Failed Attempt At A Hit Single), The Album Is One Of Their Most Cohesive Yet Diverse.” Hal Horowitz, All Music Guide. more
History Of Fleetwood Mac - Vintage Years
Used - LP - 22122
1975 2LP UK Gatefold Original. Compilation Of The Blues Oriented Pre-Buckingham/Nicks Years. Both Records Appear Glossy. more
History Of Fleetwood Mac-Vintage Years
New - LP - 88227
Sealed 1975 UK First Pressing Of This 2LP Compilation Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Includes "Black Magic Woman," "Albatross," "Dust My Broom" And Many More. more
Hold Me
Used - 12 - PRO A 1040
1982 Promo Only 12 Inch. more
Hollywood
New - LP - 2S 915
Sealed 1980 2LP "Live" Recording. Rare. more
In Chicago
Used - LP - BH 3801
1977 2LP White Label Promo. Features Willie Dixon, Guitar Buddy, Otis Spann And Others. SRW, Both LPs Look Unplayed. more
In Chicago
New - LP - SASH-3715-2
Sealed 1975 2LP Gatefold Original Featuring Otis Spann, Willie Dixon And Others. Small Saw Cut. more
In Chicago
New - LP - SASH 3715
Factory Sealed 1975 2LP Gatefold, CC. Features Otis Spann, Willie Dixon, Honeyboy Edwards & More. This Is A Reissue Of Blue Horizon 3801. more
Isn't It Midnight / Mystified / Say You Love Me / Gypsy
Used - 12 - W 7860
1987 UK 45rpm 4 Track EP. "Isn't It Midnight" is Previously Unreleased. more
Jumping At Shadows
New - LP - VR 020
Sealed 1985 Quiex Virgin Vinyl Pressing. Recorded Live In Boston, 1969. First Sealed Copy We Have Seen In Thirteen Years. more
Kiln House
New - LP - 6408
Sealed 2015 Reissue Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Hype Sticker On Shrink. more
Kiln House
Used - LP - RS 6408
1973 Steamboat Label 2nd Issue (Boxed "R" Logo With Orange Background) Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Vinyl Appears Unplayed. 1A/1A Stampers. more
Kiln House
Used - LP - RS 6408
Beautiful 1970 Steamboat Label 2nd Pressing (Boxed "R" Logo With Orange Background) In Gatefold Jacket With The Rare 4 Page Insert. more
Kiln House
Used - LP - RS 6408
1970 Steamboat Label 2nd Pressing (Boxed "R" Logo With Orange Background) In Gatefold Jacket With Slight Corner Rubs. more
Kiln House
Used - LP - RS 6408
Stunning 1970 White Label Promo In Gatefold Cover With Hype Sticker On Jacket. Does Not Include The Rare 4 Page Insert 1B/1A. Appears Unplayed! more
Kiln House
New - LP - RS 6408
Sealed 1970 Heavy-Duty Gatefold Original. Archival Quality Copy From The Stash Of A Warner Exec. more
Kiln House
New - LP - RS 6408
Factory Sealed And Pristine 1970 Gatefold Original With The Rare Album Hype Sticker And The original Music Odyssey Price Tag (Near The Bottom Left Corner By The Teddy Bear) On The Shrink Wrap Plus The Insert. more
Kiln House
Used - LP - RS 6048
Beautiful 1970 Original Gatefold Still In Shrink Wrap With Rare Custom Hype Sticker. Includes Insert. 1A/1A Stampers. Album Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Kiln House
Used - LP - RS 6408
1970 original Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Fleetwood Mac's 1970 release Kiln House showcases the band's transition from their bluesy roots to a more experimental sound. The album features a mix of folk, rock, and country influences, with standout tracks like "Station Man" and "Jewel Eyed Judy." The album's title track, a haunting instrumental composed by guitarist Jeremy Spencer, showcases the band's musical prowess and willingness to take risks. While Kiln House may not be as well-known as later Fleetwood Mac albums, it's an important piece of the band's history and a fascinating listen for fans of their early work. The album also marks the departure of founding member Peter Green, whose influence is still felt throughout the record. Overall, Kiln House is a unique and interesting addition to Fleetwood Mac's discography, showing the band's versatility and willingness to explore new sounds. more
Landslide
Used - 12 - 44540
Scarce 1997 Three-Track 33rpm 12" Single In Picture Sleeve. Four Mixes Of "Landslide." Appears Unplayed. more
Little Lies
Used - 12 - 0-20761
1987 Original US 12" Maxi Single, Still Housed In The Custom Warner Bros Die-Cut Printed Jacket. more
Live
Used - LP - P-5593-94W
Rare 2LP Gatefold W/Obi more
Live
Used - LP - 2WB 3500
1980 2LP Gatefold Original In Custom Inner Sleeves. Saw-Cut. more
Live
Used - LP - 2WB 3500
1980 2LP Gatefold Original Live Album. Light Sleeve Rash; Wear On Jacket Opening Edge. more
Live
New - LP - 3500
Sealed 1980 2LP Gatefold. Columbia House Record Club Pressing. Crisp Corners, No Deletion Cuts Or Holes. more
Live
New - LP - 2WB 3500
Sealed 1980 2LP Gatefold Columbia House Edition Rarity. more
Live
Used - LP - 2WB 3500
Beautiful 1980 2LP Gatefold, Large Gold Promo Stamp On Cover. more
Live
New - LP - 2WB 3500
Sealed 1980 2LP Gatefold Original. No Bar Code On The Back Cover. more
Live
New - LP - 2WB 3500
Sealed 1980 2LP Gatefold Original. Saw Cut. more
Live
New - LP - 2WB 3500
Sealed 1980 2LP Gatefold Original. Small COH. more
Live
New Import - R1 3500
Sealed 2021 2LP 180gm Gatefold Remastered Reissue. EU Import. Dreams And Don't Stop Recorded Live At Paris Sound Check. Fireflies, One More Night And The Farmer's Daughter Recorded Live At The Santa Monica Civic Auditorium For The Crew And Friends. The Live Album From The British-American Rock Band Fleetwood Mac. It Was Released In December 1980 And Consists Of Recordings From Their 1979-1980 "Tusk" Tour. During This Tour, Fleetwood Mac Performed In Several Countries, Including The United States, Canada, Australia, Japan, And New Zealand. They Played Over 110 Shows In Total And Were Known For Their Energetic Performances And Tight Harmonies. The Recordings Used For The Album Were Taken From Several Different Shows, Including Performances In Cleveland, Ohio, And Paris, France. The Album Features Live Versions Of Some Of The Band's Biggest Hits, Including "Dreams," "Don't Stop," "Go Your Own Way," And "The Chain." Despite Not Being A Commercial Success At The Time Of Its Release, "Live" Has Since Become A Fan Favorite Compilation. more
Live At The BBC
New - LP - CRJL-4001~2
New, Unplayed 1995 Limited, Numbered Edition Japanese 2LP Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Obi, Insert And 12x12 Color Poster Of Peter Green. Rare! more
Live At The Boston Tea Party
New - LP - 900571
Sealed 2009 4LP 140gm Virgin Vinyl Housed In A Book Style Gatefold Cover. Features Fleetwood Mac's Three Guitarist Lineup. First Time On Vinyl! Special Price! more
Live In Boston
New - LP - HAI 107
Sealed 1984 UK Original. more
Live In Boston
Colored Vinyl - OLLP 5348 AS
Mint 1984 Clear Day-Glo Yellow Virgin Vinyl. First Copy We Have Had In Stock In Ten Years. more
Live In Boston
Colored Vinyl - IMLP 4.00129 J
1984 Limited Edition White Vinyl Import In Glossy, Unplayed Condition. more
Live In Boston
Used - LP - HAI 107
1984 UK Original Still In Shrink. more
London Live '68
Used - LP - THBL 1.038
1980 UK Heavy Pressing. Appears Unplayed. more
Merely A Portmanteau
Used - LP - 1906
Rare "Live" Album. more
Mirage
New - LP - 23607
Sealed 1982 Original With Custom "Gypsy" And "Hold Me" Song Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. Small Saw Cut. more
Mirage
Used - LP - W1 23607
1982 Original Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy. more
Mirage
Used Import - P-11121
1982 Japanese Pressing With Obi & Insert. Glossy Vinyl, Cover NM-, Light Rub Marks To Bottom Seam. more
Mirage
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-119
1984 Half-Speed Master Pressed In Japan By JVC. Cut Out Hole. A Hard To Find Title. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. more
Mirage
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-119
Factory Sealed, Half-Speed Mastered Rarity. Pristine Copy. more
Mirage
New - LP - 23607
Sealed 1982 Columbia House Record Club Rarity. Pristine Copy. more
Mirage
Audiophile - LP - 23607
1982 Limited Edition Quiex II Pressing. Custom Inner Sleeve, Gold Promo Stamp On Front Cover. A Handful Of Terrific Songs -- Notably The Hit Singles "Gypsy," "Love In Store," And "Hold Me". New, Unplayed Copy. Tiny Corner Ding. more
Mirage
New - LP - W1 23607
Sealed 1982 Original With Custom "Hold Me" Song Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. more
Mirage
New - LP - 9 23607-1
Sealed 1982 Original With Custom "Gypsy" And "Hold Me" Song Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. Unable To Confirm Exact Pressing. Small, Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Mirage
Used - LP - 23607
1982 Club Edition With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. more
Mirage
Audiophile - LP - 23607
1982 Limited Edition Quiex II Pure Virgin Vinyl. Custom Inner Sleeve, Quiex II Sticker, Gold Promo Stamp And Gold Promo Sticker On Front Cover. Appears Unplayed. more
Mirage
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-119
1984 Half-Speed Master Pressed In Japan By JVC. A Hard To Find Title. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. Includes Insert. Corner Bump And COH. more
Mirage
New - LP - 23607
Sealed 1982 Original With Custom "Gypsy" And "Hold Me" Song Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. more
Mirage
Used Import - P-11121
Beautiful 1982 Japanese Pressing With Obi & Insert. Glossy Vinyl, VG++ Cover, One Crease Mark To Bottom Right Corner. more
Mirage
Used - LP - W1 23607
1982 Pressing With Custom Inner Sleeve. The Studio Follow Up To Tusk more
Mirage
Used - LP - W1 23607
1982 Pressing With Custom Inner Sleeve. The Studio Follow Up To Tusk. "Mirage" by Fleetwood Mac is a sonic journey that showcases the band's signature lush harmonies and expert musicianship. From the catchy pop hooks of "Hold Me" to the dreamy balladry of "Oh Diane," every track on this record is a testament to the band's enduring creativity and songwriting prowess. Stevie Nicks' haunting vocals are in top form on tracks like "Gypsy" and "Straight Back," while Lindsey Buckingham dazzles with his intricate guitar work and rich, layered arrangements. The album's title track, "Mirage," is a standout moment, with its shimmering synths and soaring chorus that transports listeners to a world of pure sonic bliss. Overall, "Mirage" is a masterful album that cements Fleetwood Mac's status as one of the most influential and beloved bands of all time." more
Mr. Wonderful
Audiophile - LP - SVLP 067
Sealed 1998 Limited Edition 180gm HQ Reissue. more
Mr. Wonderful
Used - LP - WSSLP 010
Beautiful 1989 UK Stereo Reissue Of The Rare Horizon LP Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. more
Mr. Wonderful
Audiophile - LP - SVLP 067
Long Out Of Print, Limited Edition 180gm HQ Import With Insert. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Mr. Wonderful
New - LP - BHZ1 795430
Sealed 2014 180gm Gatefold Pressed From The Original Master. more
Mr. Wonderful
Used - LP - 7-63205
Stunning 1968 Blue Label Stereo Original Housed In A Laminated, Gatefold Cover. A1/B1 Stampers. Rear Cover Has The Original CBS Logo Stereo Sticker And The Original Red Island Of Jersey Record Shop Sticker. Cover Has No Delamination And Crisp Corners. The LP Has Just One Barely Noticeable Spindle Mark On Each Label With Glossy, Unmarked Surfaces. Finest Copy We have Ever Had In Stock. more
Mystery To Me
Used - LP - MS 2158
1973 RCA Club Pressing. Hosued In A Gatefold. Glossy Vinyl, With COver Showing Some Light Corner Rubs & Touch Of Ring Wear. "At This Point, The Band Was Best-known As A British Blues Unit. Slowly But Surely The Band Was Becoming More Acclimated With A Production Style That Was Reminiscent Of The California Pop Sound. With The Majority Of The Blues And Psychedelic Behind Them, Mystery To Me Finds Fleetwood Mac In A More Ruminative Vein. American Guitarist Bob Welch Established That Path. Despite The All-encompassing Ethos, Welch's Songwriting Skills Made Him Walk A Fine Line Between The Mystical And The Silly. But Luckily Most Everything Works Here. The Leadoff Song, The Laid-back "Emerald Eyes" Matches Welch's Spacey Lyrics And Vocals As Christine Mcvie Provides Great Backing Help. The Album's Best Track, The Gorgeous And Lyrically Strong "Hypnotized" Has Welch Matching An Effortless, Soothing Croon With Jazzy Guitar Riffs. Throughout Mystery To Me The Amazing And Almost Telepathic Drums And Bass Of Mick Fleetwood And John Mcvie Give This Effort More Panache And Muscle Than Was Represented On This Effort's Predecessor, Bare Trees. The Best Bob Welch Offering, "Keep On Going," Has A Strong, Soulful String Arrangement And Christine Mcvie's Customary Sensual And Poised Vocals. The Only Weak Spot Is The Ill-advised Cover Of "For Your Love" That's Steeped In Hackneyed, Post-psychedelic Style. Mystery To Me's Interesting Sound Is Directly Attributed To The Fact That It Was Recorded On The Rolling Stones Mobile Unit. This Effort Is Custom-made For Those Who Like Thoughtful Offerings And Is A Valuable Set In The Scheme Of The Band." AMG Review By Jason Elias. more
Mystery To Me
New - LP - MSK 2279
Sealed 1973 Gatefold. Saw Cut (Not Shown). Recorded On The Rolling Stones Mobile Unit. 2nd Issue Prefix On Spine ("MSK"). more
Mystery To Me
Audiophile - LP - P-8409R
1973 Japan Pressing With Obi In Gatefold & Insert. Recorded On The Rolling Stones Mobile Unit. The Strongest Of The Bob Welch Era With The Hit "Emerald Eyes." Slight Edge And Obi Wear. more
Mystery To Me
Used - LP - MS 2158
1975 Steamboat Label Stereo Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Black Card Lyric Insert. 1A/1A Kendun Stampers. Appears Unplayed. more
Mystery To Me
Used - LP - MS 2158
1975 Steamboat Label Stereo Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Black Card Lyric Insert. 1A/1E Kendun Stampers. more
Mystery To Me
New - LP - MSK 2279
Sealed 1973 Gatefold With 2nd Issue Prefix On Spine ("MSK"). more
Mystery To Me
Used - LP - MS 2158
Beautiful 1973 White Label Promo With Custom Black Card Lyric Insert Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With Promo Sticker. more
Mystery To Me
Used - LP - MS 2158
1977 Gatefold With Black Card Lyrics Insert. more
Mystery To Me
Used - LP - K 44248
Beautiful 1973 UK Original Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. A2/B1 Stampers. Tiny Sticker Pull, Hence Price. more
Mystery To Me
New - LP - MS 2158
Sealed 1973 LP Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. About 2 Inches Of The Shrink Wrap Remains On The Mouth. more
Mystery To Me
Used - LP - MS 2158
1973 CRC In Gatefold With Black Card Lyrics Insert. more
Mystery To Me
Used - LP - MS 2158
1973 original In Gatefold With Black Card Lyrics Insert. Fleetwood Mac's "Mystery To Me" is a hypnotic blend of psychedelic and blues rock. Released in 1973, this album showcases the band's ability to craft emotionally rich and musically diverse songs. The album's standout track is undoubtedly "Hypnotized" by Bob Welch, which features a haunting melody and captivating lyrics. However, the album's other tracks such as "Emerald Eyes," "Believe Me," and "Why" are equally impressive, each showcasing the band's incredible musical prowess. The vocal harmonies between Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham add an ethereal quality to the album, making each track a powerful listening experience. This album is a must-listen for any fan of classic rock, and is a testament to Fleetwood Mac's legendary status in the music industry. It's no wonder that "Mystery To Me" continues to be a beloved album decades after its release. more
Mystery To Me
Used - LP - MS 2158
1973 original In Gatefold With Black Card Lyrics Insert. Fleetwood Mac's "Mystery To Me" is a hypnotic blend of psychedelic and blues rock. Released in 1973, this album showcases the band's ability to craft emotionally rich and musically diverse songs. The album's standout track is undoubtedly "Hypnotized" by Bob Welch, which features a haunting melody and captivating lyrics. However, the album's other tracks such as "Emerald Eyes," "Believe Me," and "Why" are equally impressive, each showcasing the band's incredible musical prowess. The vocal harmonies between Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham add an ethereal quality to the album, making each track a powerful listening experience. This album is a must-listen for any fan of classic rock, and is a testament to Fleetwood Mac's legendary status in the music industry. It's no wonder that "Mystery To Me" continues to be a beloved album decades after its release. more
Offhand: The Return Of Another Roadside Attraction
Used - LP - 001
1973 "Live" Recording. Label Doesn't Match Up With Jacket, But The Music Certainly Does. According To Fleetwoodmac.net Discography - This Appears To Be Outtakes From The Album "Will The Real Fleetwood Mac Please Stand Up" And Claims To Have Been Recorded In San Francisco In 1973. more
Oh Diane
Used - 12 - FLEET 1
1982 UK 45rpm 12" Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve With Loose Shrink Intact. B/W "Only Over You" And "The Chain." more
Original Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - ESSLP 026
1990 UK Stereo Reissue (Two Tracks In Original Mono). Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Original Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - 63875
Stunning 1971 UK First Pressing Of Previously Unissued Blue Horizon Material, A1/B1 Stampers. more
Penguin
Used - LP - MS 2138
1973 White Label Promo Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Song Listing Sticker On The Cover. LP Looks Unplayed. more
Penguin
New - LP - MS 2138
Sealed 1973 Gatefold Original. Cut Corner. A Steal At Twenty Bucks! more
Penguin
New - LP - MS 2138
Sealed 1973 Gatefold Columbia House, Club Edition. more
Penguin
Used - LP - P 10463R
Japanese White Label Promo In A Gatefold Jacket With Obi. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Small Split On Spine, Hence Price. more
Penguin
Used - LP - MS 2138
1973 Steamboat Label Gatefold Original. Appears Glossy. Creasing To The Inner Gatefold & Has Small Corner Rubs. more
Penguin
Used - LP - MS 2138
1973 Steamboat Label Gatefold Repress, With Rim Text. Saw Cut. Jacksonville Plant Indicator. Nice VG+ Jacket, With Minimal To No Ring Wear, Ding On Jacket Mouth Edge. Vinyl Glossy, Strong VG+.. "Fleetwood Mac's First Album Made After The Departure Of Danny Kirwan Features The Additions Of Guitarist Bob Weston And Singer Dave Walker. By Now Bob Welch And Christine Mcvie Were The Dominant Forces In The Band, And All Traces Of Blues-rock Were Gone, Replaced By Welch's Hypnotic Melodies And Mcvie's Romantic Sentiments Married To Up-tempo Pop Tunes. This Album Gave Fleetwood Mac Its Best U.s. Chart Showing Yet, But The Wonder Is That This Phase In The Band's Career Wasn't Even More Popular." AMG Review By William Ruhlmann. more
Penguin
New - LP - MS 2138
Sealed 1973 Gatefold Original. more
Penguin
New - LP - MS 2138
Sealed 1973 Heavy-Duty Gatefold. Considered One Of Their Better Albums Of The Bob Welch Era. Small Cut Out Hole. more
Penguin
Used - LP - P 10463R
Japanese Pressing, Gatefold Jacket With Obi. Slight Ring Wear, Appears Unplayed. more
Penguin
Used - LP - MS 2138
1973 US Steamboat Label Gatefold Repress, With Rim Text. Thin Saw Cut. LA Capitol Press. Hint Of Ring Wear, More So On Back Cover, With Scuff Marks And Corner Rubs. more
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
New Import - MOVLP339
Sealed, Latest Run Of The 2011 180gm Reissue From Music On Vinyl. "Fleetwood Mac's Debut LP Was A Highlight Of The Late-'60s British Blues Boom. Green's Always Inspired Playing, The Capable (If Erratic) Songwriting, And The General Panache Of The Band As A Whole Placed Them Leagues Above The Overcrowded Field. Elmore James Is A Big Influence On This Set, Particularly On The Tunes Fronted By Jeremy Spencer ("Shake Your Moneymaker," "Got To Move"). Spencer's Bluster, However, Was Outshone By The Budding Singing And Songwriting Skills Of Green. The Guitarist Balanced Humor And Vulnerability On Cuts Like "Looking For Somebody" And "Long Grey Mare," And With "If I Loved Another Woman," He Offered A Glimpse Of The Latin-Blues Fusion That He Would Perfect With "Black Magic Woman." The Album Was An Unexpected Smash In The U.K., Reaching Number Four On The British Charts." AMG - Richie Unterberger. more
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
New - LP - MOVLP339
Sealed, Out Of Print 2011180gm Reissue Of The Peter Green Fronted Debut Release. more
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
New - LP - 795431
Sealed 2014 180gm Reissue Pressed From The Original Master. more
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - EMB 31036
1973 UK Reissue Of The 1968 Blue Horizon 7-63200. Appears Unplayed. A1/B1 Stampers. more
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
New Import - MOVLP339
Sealed, Latest Run Of The 2011 180gm Reissue From Music On Vinyl. "Fleetwood Mac's Debut LP Was A Highlight Of The Late-'60s British Blues Boom. Green's Always Inspired Playing, The Capable (If Erratic) Songwriting, And The General Panache Of The Band As A Whole Placed Them Leagues Above The Overcrowded Field. Elmore James Is A Big Influence On This Set, Particularly On The Tunes Fronted By Jeremy Spencer ("Shake Your Moneymaker," "Got To Move"). Spencer's Bluster, However, Was Outshone By The Budding Singing And Songwriting Skills Of Green. The Guitarist Balanced Humor And Vulnerability On Cuts Like "Looking For Somebody" And "Long Grey Mare," And With "If I Loved Another Woman," He Offered A Glimpse Of The Latin-Blues Fusion That He Would Perfect With "Black Magic Woman." The Album Was An Unexpected Smash In The U.K., Reaching Number Four On The British Charts." AMG - Richie Unterberger. more
Pious Bird Of Good Omen
Used - LP - 25 3P 113
Beautiful Japanese Pressing With Obi. more
Pious Bird Of Good Omen
Audiophile - LP - 63215
Factory Sealed 180gm HQ Stereo Reissue Of The Rare UK Blue Horizon Title. more
Pious Bird Of Good Omen
New - LP - BHZ1 795429
Sealed 180gm Reissue Pressed From The Original Master. more
Pious Bird Of Good Omen
Audiophile - LP - SVLP 0040
Long Out Of Print, Limited Edition 1998 180gm HQ Stereo Reissue. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. more
Pious Bird Of Good Omen
Audiophile - Used - SVLP 0040
Sealed 1999 Limited Edition 180gm HQ Reissue. "With Songs Taken From Fleetwood Mac And Mr. Wonderful, Pious Bird Of Good Omen Serves As A Worthy 12-Track Compilation Of The Band's Early Peter Green Days. Climbing To Number 18 In The U.K., The Album Managed To Catapult Fleetwood Mac's Version Of Little Willie John's "Need Your Love So Bad" Into The English Charts For The Third Time, Resting At Number 42. The Album Itself Was Released By Blue Horizon After The Group's Contract With Them Had Expired, Making It One Of The Best Routes In Which To Explore Their Mingling Of Chicago And British Blues. "Albatross," "Black Magic Woman," And "I Believe My Time Ain't Long" Are Timeless Fleetwood Mac Standards, Representing Some Of The Band's Best Pre-Rumours Work. Anyone Who Isn't Familiar With Fleetwood Mac's Origins Should Use Pious Bird Of Good Omen As A Starting Point In Investigating The First Wave Of The Band, Which Will Almost Certainly Lead To Further Interests Into Albums Such As English Rose, Then Play On, And Kiln House, And Then Into Later Albums Like Bare Trees And Penguin, Which Reveal Subtle Yet Effective Changes In The Band's Blues Sound. But Even Aside From Its Purpose As A Collection, Pious Bird Of Good Omen Makes For A Terrific Laid-Back Stroll Through Some Of The Best British Blues Music Ever Made." AMG Review By Mike Degagne. more
Pious Bird Of Good Omen
Used Import - S 7-63215
Beautiful 1969 Blue Label UK Stereo Original In Laminated Jacket. LP Appears Glossy. more
Pious Bird Of Good Omen
Used - LP - S 7-63215
1969 Dark Blue Label UK Stereo, Laminated Jacket Original. A1/B1 Stampers. Cover Has Some Light Creasing And A Stick Pull On The Back Cover. Couple Spindle Marks On The Label. If Mint, $100. more
Rockhoppers Live 1976
Used - LP - ZAP 7858
"Live" Black World Label Rarity Still In Shrink With Yellow And Orange Cover Sheet. Despite A Different Track List Appearing On Labels The Catalog Number ZAP 7858 Is Etched In Deadwax. more
Roots (Live In Concert)
Used - LP - PDL-2-1208
1988 2LP Vinyl Rarity. This Album Contains Many Of The GTracks Originally Intended For Release As A Live Album. This Was One Of A Number Of Projects Curtailed By The Sudden Departure From The Band Of Peter Green In April 1970. The Recording Was Made At The Tea Party In Boston, 1969. It Had Languished Unmixed Until Late 1984. more
Rumours
New - LP - 093624979357
Sealed 2022 Reissue. Includes A Fold Out Insert With Album Credits, Lyrics And Photos. "Rumours Is The Kind Of Album That Transcends Its Origins And Reputation, Entering The Realm Of Legend -- It's An Album That Simply Exists Outside Of Criticism And Outside Of Its Time, Even If It Thoroughly Captures Its Era. Prior To This Lp, Fleetwood Mac Were Moderately Successful, But Here They Turned Into A Full-fledged Phenomenon, With Rumours Becoming The Biggest-selling Pop Album To Date. While Its Chart Success Was Historic, Much Of The Legend Surrounding The Record Is Born From The Group's Internal Turmoil. Unlike Most Bands, Fleetwood Mac In The Mid-'70s Were Professionally And Romantically Intertwined, With No Less Than Two Couples In The Band, But As Their Professional Career Took Off, The Personal Side Unraveled. Bassist John Mcvie And His Keyboardist/singer Wife Christine Mcvie Filed For Divorce As Guitarist/vocalist Lindsey Buckingham And Vocalist Stevie Nicks Split, With Stevie Running To Drummer Mick Fleetwood, Unbeknown To The Rest Of The Band. These Personal Tensions Fueled Nearly Every Song On Rumours, Which Makes Listening To The Album A Nearly Voyeuristic Experience. You're Eavesdropping On The Bandmates Singing Painful Truths About Each Other, Spreading Nasty Lies And Rumors And Wallowing In Their Grief, All In The Presence Of The Person Who Caused The Heartache. Everybody Loves Gawking At A Good Public Breakup, But If That Was All That It Took To Sell A Record, Richard And Linda Thompson's Shoot Out The Lights Would Be Multi-platinum. No, What Made Rumours An Unparalleled Blockbuster Is The Quality Of The Music. Once Again Masterminded By Producer/songwriter/guitarist Buckingham, Rumours Is An Exceptionally Musical Piece Of Work -- He Toughens Christine Mcvie And Softens Nicks, Adding Weird Turns To Accessibly Melodic Works, Which Gives The Universal Themes Of The Songs Haunting Resonance. It Also Cloaks The Raw Emotion Of The Lyrics In Deceptively Palatable Arrangements That Made A Tune As Wrecked And Tortured As "Go Your Own Way" An Anthemic Hit. But That's What Makes Rumours Such An Enduring Achievement -- It Turns Private Pain Into Something Universal. Some Of These Songs May Be Too Familiar, Whether Through Their Repeated Exposure On Fm Radio Or Their Use In Presidential Campaigns, But In The Context Of The Album, Each Tune, Each Phrase Regains Its Raw, Immediate Emotional Power -- Which Is Why Rumours Touched A Nerve Upon Its 1977 Release, And Has Since Transcended Its Era To Be One Of The Greatest, Most Compelling Pop Albums Of All Time." AMG Review By Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Rumours
Audiophile - Used - NR 8
1980 Promo Half-Speed Mastered Rarity With Original Printed Poly Inner & Insert. Glossy Vinyl, VG+ Cover. Nautilus "Not For Sale" Promo Sticker Affixed To Front Cover. "Rumours Is The Kind Of Album That Transcends Its Origins And Reputation, Entering The Realm Of Legend -- It's An Album That Simply Exists Outside Of Criticism And Outside Of Its Time, Even If It Thoroughly Captures Its Era. Prior To This Lp, Fleetwood Mac Were Moderately Successful, But Here They Turned Into A Full-fledged Phenomenon, With Rumours Becoming The Biggest-selling Pop Album To Date. While Its Chart Success Was Historic, Much Of The Legend Surrounding The Record Is Born From The Group's Internal Turmoil. Unlike Most Bands, Fleetwood Mac In The Mid-'70s Were Professionally And Romantically Intertwined, With No Less Than Two Couples In The Band, But As Their Professional Career Took Off, The Personal Side Unraveled. Bassist John Mcvie And His Keyboardist/singer Wife Christine Mcvie Filed For Divorce As Guitarist/vocalist Lindsey Buckingham And Vocalist Stevie Nicks Split, With Stevie Running To Drummer Mick Fleetwood, Unbeknown To The Rest Of The Band. These Personal Tensions Fueled Nearly Every Song On Rumours, Which Makes Listening To The Album A Nearly Voyeuristic Experience. You're Eavesdropping On The Bandmates Singing Painful Truths About Each Other, Spreading Nasty Lies And Rumors And Wallowing In Their Grief, All In The Presence Of The Person Who Caused The Heartache. Everybody Loves Gawking At A Good Public Breakup, But If That Was All That It Took To Sell A Record, Richard And Linda Thompson's Shoot Out The Lights Would Be Multi-platinum. No, What Made Rumours An Unparalleled Blockbuster Is The Quality Of The Music. Once Again Masterminded By Producer/songwriter/guitarist Buckingham, Rumours Is An Exceptionally Musical Piece Of Work -- He Toughens Christine Mcvie And Softens Nicks, Adding Weird Turns To Accessibly Melodic Works, Which Gives The Universal Themes Of The Songs Haunting Resonance. It Also Cloaks The Raw Emotion Of The Lyrics In Deceptively Palatable Arrangements That Made A Tune As Wrecked And Tortured As "Go Your Own Way" An Anthemic Hit. But That's What Makes Rumours Such An Enduring Achievement -- It Turns Private Pain Into Something Universal. Some Of These Songs May Be Too Familiar, Whether Through Their Repeated Exposure On Fm Radio Or Their Use In Presidential Campaigns, But In The Context Of The Album, Each Tune, Each Phrase Regains Its Raw, Immediate Emotional Power -- Which Is Why Rumours Touched A Nerve Upon Its 1977 Release, And Has Since Transcended Its Era To Be One Of The Greatest, Most Compelling Pop Albums Of All Time." AMG Review By Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Rumours
Used Import - P-10233W
1977 Japanese First Pressing Housed In A Textured Cover With Obi & Insert. LP Appears Glossy. more
Rumours
Audiophile - Used - NR 8
1980 Half-Speed Mastered With Original Printed Poly Inner & Insert. "Rumours Is The Kind Of Album That Transcends Its Origins And Reputation, Entering The Realm Of Legend -- It's An Album That Simply Exists Outside Of Criticism And Outside Of Its Time, Even If It Thoroughly Captures Its Era. Prior To This Lp, Fleetwood Mac Were Moderately Successful, But Here They Turned Into A Full-fledged Phenomenon, With Rumours Becoming The Biggest-selling Pop Album To Date. While Its Chart Success Was Historic, Much Of The Legend Surrounding The Record Is Born From The Group's Internal Turmoil. Unlike Most Bands, Fleetwood Mac In The Mid-'70s Were Professionally And Romantically Intertwined, With No Less Than Two Couples In The Band, But As Their Professional Career Took Off, The Personal Side Unraveled. Bassist John Mcvie And His Keyboardist/singer Wife Christine Mcvie Filed For Divorce As Guitarist/vocalist Lindsey Buckingham And Vocalist Stevie Nicks Split, With Stevie Running To Drummer Mick Fleetwood, Unbeknown To The Rest Of The Band. These Personal Tensions Fueled Nearly Every Song On Rumours, Which Makes Listening To The Album A Nearly Voyeuristic Experience. You're Eavesdropping On The Bandmates Singing Painful Truths About Each Other, Spreading Nasty Lies And Rumors And Wallowing In Their Grief, All In The Presence Of The Person Who Caused The Heartache. Everybody Loves Gawking At A Good Public Breakup, But If That Was All That It Took To Sell A Record, Richard And Linda Thompson's Shoot Out The Lights Would Be Multi-platinum. No, What Made Rumours An Unparalleled Blockbuster Is The Quality Of The Music. Once Again Masterminded By Producer/songwriter/guitarist Buckingham, Rumours Is An Exceptionally Musical Piece Of Work -- He Toughens Christine Mcvie And Softens Nicks, Adding Weird Turns To Accessibly Melodic Works, Which Gives The Universal Themes Of The Songs Haunting Resonance. It Also Cloaks The Raw Emotion Of The Lyrics In Deceptively Palatable Arrangements That Made A Tune As Wrecked And Tortured As "Go Your Own Way" An Anthemic Hit. But That's What Makes Rumours Such An Enduring Achievement -- It Turns Private Pain Into Something Universal. Some Of These Songs May Be Too Familiar, Whether Through Their Repeated Exposure On Fm Radio Or Their Use In Presidential Campaigns, But In The Context Of The Album, Each Tune, Each Phrase Regains Its Raw, Immediate Emotional Power -- Which Is Why Rumours Touched A Nerve Upon Its 1977 Release, And Has Since Transcended Its Era To Be One Of The Greatest, Most Compelling Pop Albums Of All Time." AMG - Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Rumours
Used - LP - P-10233W
Japanese First Pressing Housed In A Textured Cover With Obi. LP Appears Glossy. more
Rumours
Colored Vinyl - New - RCV1 517786
Sealed 2021 Repress Of The 2019 Limited Edition Reissue On Clear Coloured Vinyl, With Updated Hype Sticker. more
Rumours
Used - LP - BSK 3010
Unusual 1977 Heavy Vinyl Burbank Street Scene Label Original Housed In A Textured Cover With The Original Price Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Appears Unplayed. Cut By Ken Perry With "Mastered By Capitol" Machine Stamped In The Dead Wax. Includes The 4 Page Card Lyric/Photo Insert. more
Rumours
New - LP - BSK 3010
Factory Sealed. One Of Only 250 Promotional Copies Manufactured To Celebrate 10,000,000 Sales And 31 Weeks At No.1 In The Charts. Embossed Silver Stamp On Jacket Plus Hand Signed Letter From Vice President Stan Cornyn Sealed Under The Rear Shrink. This Was Distributed Only To 250 Members Of The Staff At Warner Brothers. Top Right Corner Has A Stain-See Scan (Not A Water Stain), Hence Price. more
Rumours
Used - LP - BSK 3010
1977 Textured Cover Original With Rare, Custom "Album Of The Year" Penguin Sticker On The Shrink And Four Page Insert. A Piece Of Pop History! "Mastered By Capitol" Machine Stamped In The Dead wax. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Rumours
Audiophile - LP - 517787
Sealed, 180gm 45rpm 2LP Deluxe Gatefold Reissue Of One Of The Best Selling Albums Ever! Remastered At AcousTech And Pressed At Pallas. First Pressing Run Copy. Two One Inch Center Top Seam Splits, Hence Price. Regularly $45! more
Rumours
Used - LP - BSK 3010
Tough To Find 2nd Label With The Warner Logo At The Top Of The Label Released Prior To Bar Codes On The Back Jacket. Also Includes The Custom Inner Sleeve And Textured Cover. LP Appears Unplayed. JW14/JW11 Stampers. more
Rumours
Audiophile - LP - 7599-27313
1997 180gm Limited Edition German Reissue. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Part Of The Vinyl Revival Series From The Early '90s. more
Rumours
New - LP - BSK 3010
Factory Sealed And Pristine. One Of Only 250 Promotional Copies Manufactured To Celebrate 10,000,000 Sales And 31 Weeks At No.1 In The Charts. Embossed Silver Stamp On Jacket Plus Hand Signed Letter From Vice President Stan Cornyn Sealed Under The Rear Shrink. This Was Distributed Only To 250 Members Of The Staff At Warner Brothers. more
Rumours
New - LP - BSK 3010
Sealed 1977 Textured Jacket Original, Small Saw Cut. more
Rumours
Audiophile - LP - NR 8
Stone Cold Mint 1980 Test Pressing Of This Half-Speed Master. more
Rumours
Used - LP - P-10233W
Textured Cover Japanese Pressing With Obi. more
Rumours
Used - LP - K 56344
1977 UK Burbank Street Scene Label Original With Insert. more
Rumours
Audiophile - LP - NR 8
1980 Half-Speed Master With Insert. Tiny Hint Of Ring Wear At Top Of Jacket (See Photo). Looks Unplayed. more
Rumours
Used - LP - BSK 3010
Rare 1977 Burbank Street Scene Label Original Housed In A Textured Cover With Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Appears Unplayed. Cut By Ken Perry With "Mastered By Capitol" Machine Stamped In The Dead Wax. Includes The Custom Card Insert. more
Rumours
New - LP - BSK 3010
Sealed 1977 Textured Cover Original With Rare, Custom "Album Of The Year" Penguin Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Tiny Saw Cut. Also Includes The Four Page Insert. Shrink Wrap Is Partially Open Along One Seam. more
Rumours
New - LP - BSK 3010
Factory Sealed 1977 Textured Jacket Original With Four Page Insert. more
Rumours
Used - LP - BSK 3010
Beautiful 1977 Burbank Street Scene Original With "Mastered At Capitol" Stamped In Dead Wax. Also Includes Custom 4 Page Card Lyric/Photo Insert. more
Rumours
Used - LP - BSK 3010
Burbank Street Scene Label With "Mastered At Capitol" Stamped In Dead Wax. Textured Jacket, Still In Shrink. No Bar Code. Also Includes Custom 4 Page Card Lyric/Photo Insert. Slight Patch Of Discoloration/Foxing Near Mouth Opening. more
Rumours
Used - LP - 517786
2011 Reissue Includes Fold Out Insert With Album Credits, Lyrics And Photos. Pressed At Pallas. more
Rumours
Used - LP - BSK 3010
1977 Textured Cover Still In Shrink With Hype Sticker. Burbank Street Scene Label. 4 Page Card Lyric/Photo Insert Included. This Is A Hot Stamper, If They Really Exist. Cut By Ken Perry With "Mastered By Capitol" Machine Stamped In The Dead Wax. Small Corner Bump. Some Surface Noise Slightly Prominent At The Beginning Of Each Side, Plays Wonderfully Overall. more
Rumours
Audiophile - Used - NR 8
1980 Half-Speed Mastered Rarity With Insert. Still In Shrink Vinyl Appears Glossy VG+ Cover Incl. Slight Spine Split. more
Rumours
Used - LP - BSK 3010
1977 Burbank Street Scene Label With "Mastered At Capitol" Stamped In Dead Wax. Los Angeles Press. Housed In Original Textured Jacket. No Insert. Tiny Corner Ding. more
Rumours
Used - LP - 517786-1
2011 US Reissue. Pressed At Pallas, Mastered By Kevin Gray & Lacquer Cut By Steve Hoffmann. NM- Copy. more
Rumours
Used - LP - BSK 3010
1987 Reissue, SRC Pressing On Shield Label. Small Corner Crease. Glossy Vinyl. Without Inserts. more
Rumours
New Import - 517786-1
Sealed 2011 Import Reissue. Pressed At Pallas In Germany. Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. more
Rumours
New - LP - BSK 3010
Sealed 1977 Textured Cover Original With Rare, Custom "Album Of The Year" Penguin Sticker Over Shrink And Four Page Insert. A Piece Of Pop History! more
Rumours
Audiophile - LP - NR 8
1980 Half-Speed Mastered Rarity With Insert. Gold Teldec Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. more
Rumours
Audiophile - LP - NR 8
Beautiful 1980 Half-Speed Master With Insert. LP Appears Unplayed. more
Rumours
Used - LP - BSK 3010
70's CRC Pressing Housed In A Textured Cover. Appears Glossy. Includes The 4 Page Card Lyric/Photo Insert. more
Rumours
Audiophile - LP - 517787
Sealed 2011 180gm 45rpm 2LP Deluxe Gatefold Reissue Of One Of The Best Selling Albums Ever! Remastered At AcousTech And Pressed At Pallas. First Pressing Run. Seam Split On Bottom, Hence Price. more
Rumours
Audiophile - LP - 517786
Sealed, Out Of Print 2011 Reissue Of One Of The Best Selling Albums Ever! Remastered At AcousTech And Pressed At Pallas. All Original Artwork And Packaging. First Pressing Run Copy With Gold Hype Sticker. more
Rumours
Audiophile - LP - 517787
180gm 45rpm 2LP Deluxe, Embossed Gatefold Reissue Of One Of The Best Selling Albums Ever! Remastered At AcousTech And Pressed At Pallas. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. more
Rumours
Audiophile - LP - BSK 3010-45
Sealed 2006 2LP 180gm 45rpm Test Pressing Of This All Time Classic. more
Rumours
Used - LP - BSK 3010
1977 Textured Cover Burbank Street Scene Original With "Mastered By Capitol" Stamped In Dead Wax. Back Of Cover Is Signed By John McVie. Also Includes Custom 4 Page Card Lyric/Photo Insert. Small Back Cover Crease (Perhaps Caused By John McVie Himself?) more
Rumours
Audiophile - LP - 7599-27313-1
Sealed 1997 "Vinyl Revival" Series 180gm Limited, Numbered Edition Reissue. This Is Number 2249. more
Rumours
New - LP - R2-533806
Sealed Box Set. 1 LP and 4 CD's And I DVD. Includes Their Seminal LP Remastered As Well As Demo's and Live Footage And Recordings. more
Rumours
Used - LP - BSK 3010
1977 Original With Insert & 'The Wherehouse' Records Price Tag On Shrink. more
Rumours
Used - LP - BSK 3010
1983 Columbia House Heavy Pressing in Shrink. No Bar Code On Jacket. more
Rumours
New - LP - 9362-49793-5
Sealed 2011 Reissue. more
Rumours
Audiophile - LP - 7599-27313
Sealed, Long Out Of Print Vinyl Revival Series 180gm Limited, Numbered Edition. This Is Number 1897. more
Rumours
Used - LP - BSK 3010
1977 Thick, Heavy First Pressing Housed In A Textured Cover With The Rare "Dreams & Go Your Own Way" Hype Sticker (Slight Discolor). more
Rumours
Used - LP - BSK 3010
1977 Thick, Heavy First Pressing Housed In A Textured Cover With The Rare "Dreams & Go Your Own Way" Hype Sticker (Slight Discolor) On Shrink & Insert. "Rumours Is The Kind Of Album That Transcends Its Origins And Reputation, Entering The Realm Of Legend -- It's An Album That Simply Exists Outside Of Criticism And Outside Of Its Time, Even If It Thoroughly Captures Its Era. Prior To This LP, Fleetwood Mac Were Moderately Successful, But Here They Turned Into A Full-fledged Phenomenon, With Rumours Becoming The Biggest-selling Pop Album To Date. While Its Chart Success Was Historic, Much Of The Legend Surrounding The Record Is Born From The Group's Internal Turmoil. Unlike Most Bands, Fleetwood Mac In The Mid-'70s Were Professionally And Romantically Intertwined, With No Less Than Two Couples In The Band, But As Their Professional Career Took Off, The Personal Side Unraveled. Bassist John Mcvie And His Keyboardist/Singer Wife Christine McVie Filed For Divorce As Guitarist/Vocalist Lindsey Buckingham And Vocalist Stevie Nicks Split, With Stevie Running To Drummer Mick Fleetwood, Unbeknown To The Rest Of The Band. These Personal Tensions Fueled Nearly Every Song On Rumours, Which Makes Listening To The Album A Nearly Voyeuristic Experience. You're Eavesdropping On The Bandmates Singing Painful Truths About Each Other, Spreading Nasty Lies And Rumors And Wallowing In Their Grief, All In The Presence Of The Person Who Caused The Heartache. Everybody Loves Gawking At A Good Public Breakup, But If That Was All That It Took To Sell A Record, Richard And Linda Thompson's Shoot Out The Lights Would Be Multi-platinum. No, What Made Rumours An Unparalleled Blockbuster Is The Quality Of The Music. Once Again Masterminded By Producer/Songwriter/Guitarist Buckingham, Rumours Is An Exceptionally Musical Piece Of Work -- He Toughens Christine McVie And Softens Nicks, Adding Weird Turns To Accessibly Melodic Works, Which Gives The Universal Themes Of The Songs Haunting Resonance. It Also Cloaks The Raw Emotion Of The Lyrics In Deceptively Palatable Arrangements That Made A Tune As Wrecked And Tortured As "Go Your Own Way" An Anthemic Hit. But That's What Makes Rumours Such An Enduring Achievement -- It Turns Private Pain Into Something Universal. Some Of These Songs May Be Too Familiar, Whether Through Their Repeated Exposure On Fm Radio Or Their Use In Presidential Campaigns, But In The Context Of The Album, Each Tune, Each Phrase Regains Its Raw, Immediate Emotional Power -- Which Is Why Rumours Touched A Nerve Upon Its 1977 Release, And Has Since Transcended Its Era To Be One Of The Greatest, Most Compelling Pop Albums Of All Time." AMG Review By Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Rumours
Used Import - P-10233W
1977 Japanese First Pressing Housed In A Textured Cover With Obi. LP Appears Glossy. Top Seam Split. more
Rumours
New - LP - 093624979357
Sealed 2022 Reissue. Pressed At Pallas In Germany. Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. "Rumours" Is The Eleventh Studio Album By The British-American Rock Band Fleetwood Mac, Released On February 4, 1977. It Was Recorded In California Over A Period Of Ten Months, With Production Handled By The Band Themselves Along With Ken Caillat And Richard Dashut. The Album Features The Classic Lineup Of Fleetwood Mac, Including Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood, Christine McVie, John McVie, And Stevie Nicks. The Album's Recording Process Was Marked By The Personal And Romantic Upheaval Of The Band Members. Lindsey Buckingham And Stevie Nicks Were Breaking Up, Christine And John Mcvie Were Divorcing, And Mick Fleetwood Was Going Through A Separation From His Wife. This Turmoil Fueled The Songwriting And Contributed To The Album's Introspective And Emotional Themes. "Rumours" Was A Critical And Commercial Success, Topping The Charts In The Us And The Uk And Becoming One Of The Best-selling Albums Of All Time. It Produced Several Hit Singles, Including "Go Your Own Way," "Don't Stop," And "Dreams." The Album Won The Grammy Award For Album Of The Year In 1978 And Has Been Praised For Its Innovative Production, Intricate Harmonies, And Timeless Songwriting. In The Years Since Its Release, "Rumours" Has Become A Cultural Touchstone And A Symbol Of The 1970s. Its Enduring Popularity Has Made Fleetwood Mac One Of The Most Beloved And Enduring Bands In Rock History. more
Rumours
Used - LP - BSK 3010
1987 Original In Textured Cover Include Insert. Four Huge Songs By Christine McVie. more
Rumours
Colored Vinyl - New - RCD1 517786
Sealed 2021, Gold Vinyl Version. "Rumours Is The Kind Of Album That Transcends Its Origins And Reputation, Entering The Realm Of Legend -- It's An Album That Simply Exists Outside Of Criticism And Outside Of Its Time, Even If It Thoroughly Captures Its Era. Prior To This Lp, Fleetwood Mac Were Moderately Successful, But Here They Turned Into A Full-fledged Phenomenon, With Rumours Becoming The Biggest-selling Pop Album To Date. While Its Chart Success Was Historic, Much Of The Legend Surrounding The Record Is Born From The Group's Internal Turmoil. Unlike Most Bands, Fleetwood Mac In The Mid-'70s Were Professionally And Romantically Intertwined, With No Less Than Two Couples In The Band, But As Their Professional Career Took Off, The Personal Side Unraveled. Bassist John Mcvie And His Keyboardist/singer Wife Christine Mcvie Filed For Divorce As Guitarist/vocalist Lindsey Buckingham And Vocalist Stevie Nicks Split, With Stevie Running To Drummer Mick Fleetwood, Unbeknown To The Rest Of The Band. These Personal Tensions Fueled Nearly Every Song On Rumours, Which Makes Listening To The Album A Nearly Voyeuristic Experience. You're Eavesdropping On The Bandmates Singing Painful Truths About Each Other, Spreading Nasty Lies And Rumors And Wallowing In Their Grief, All In The Presence Of The Person Who Caused The Heartache. Everybody Loves Gawking At A Good Public Breakup, But If That Was All That It Took To Sell A Record, Richard And Linda Thompson's Shoot Out The Lights Would Be Multi-platinum. No, What Made Rumours An Unparalleled Blockbuster Is The Quality Of The Music. Once Again Masterminded By Producer/songwriter/guitarist Buckingham, Rumours Is An Exceptionally Musical Piece Of Work -- He Toughens Christine Mcvie And Softens Nicks, Adding Weird Turns To Accessibly Melodic Works, Which Gives The Universal Themes Of The Songs Haunting Resonance. It Also Cloaks The Raw Emotion Of The Lyrics In Deceptively Palatable Arrangements That Made A Tune As Wrecked And Tortured As "Go Your Own Way" An Anthemic Hit. But That's What Makes Rumours Such An Enduring Achievement -- It Turns Private Pain Into Something Universal. Some Of These Songs May Be Too Familiar, Whether Through Their Repeated Exposure On Fm Radio Or Their Use In Presidential Campaigns, But In The Context Of The Album, Each Tune, Each Phrase Regains Its Raw, Immediate Emotional Power -- Which Is Why Rumours Touched A Nerve Upon Its 1977 Release, And Has Since Transcended Its Era To Be One Of The Greatest, Most Compelling Pop Albums Of All Time." AMG Review By Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Rumours
Used - LP - BSK 3010
80's press In textured cover with insert. Four Huge Songs By Christine McVie. The moment Fleetwood Mac released "Rumours" in 1977, it became an instant classic and a defining moment in rock music history. This album is a masterful work of art that blends intricate harmonies, soulful vocals, and a range of instruments that come together in a perfect, seamless union. At its core, "Rumours" is a reflection of the band's tumultuous personal lives, which are laid bare in every note of the album. Through its eleven tracks, listeners are taken on an emotional rollercoaster, from the soaring highs of "Go Your Own Way" and "Don't Stop" to the melancholy beauty of "Dreams" and "Songbird." Perhaps what makes "Rumours" so special, however, is the way it captures the heart and soul of the 1970s. There is a sense of timelessness in the album's production, with its lush arrangements and intricate instrumentation that feels both modern and classic. The result is a record that speaks to the human experience in a way that few others have before or since. more
Rumours
Used - LP - BSK 3010
1977 original in textured cover with insert. Four Huge Songs By Christine McVie. The moment Fleetwood Mac released "Rumours" in 1977, it became an instant classic and a defining moment in rock music history. This album is a masterful work of art that blends intricate harmonies, soulful vocals, and a range of instruments that come together in a perfect, seamless union. At its core, "Rumours" is a reflection of the band's tumultuous personal lives, which are laid bare in every note of the album. Through its eleven tracks, listeners are taken on an emotional rollercoaster, from the soaring highs of "Go Your Own Way" and "Don't Stop" to the melancholy beauty of "Dreams" and "Songbird." Perhaps what makes "Rumours" so special, however, is the way it captures the heart and soul of the 1970s. There is a sense of timelessness in the album's production, with its lush arrangements and intricate instrumentation that feels both modern and classic. The result is a record that speaks to the human experience in a way that few others have before or since. more
Rumours #
Used - LP - BSK 3010
One Of Only 250 Promotional Copies Manufactured To Celebrate 10,000,000 Sales And 31 Weeks At No.1 In The Charts. Shrink Wrap Still Intact With Embossed Silver Stamp On Jacket Plus Hand Signed Letter From Vice President Stan Cornyn. This Was Distributed Only To 250 Members Of The Staff At Warner Brothers. more
Rumours - White Vinyl
New - LP - WB 56344
Stunning 1977 Limited Edition White Vinyl Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom Insert And Small Poster. more
Sara
Used - 12 - Pro A 845
Beautiful 1979 Promo Only 12 Inch. Contains Mono And Stereo Versions Of "Sara." more
Save Me
Used Import - W9866T
Sealed 1990 12" Single more
Seven Wonders
Used - 12 - 20746
1987 45rpm 3 Track Promo 12 Inch In White Sleeve. Tracks Are "Seven Wonders" Extended & Remixed Versions Plus The Previously Unreleased "Book Of Miracles" Instrumental. more
Seven Wonders
Used - 12 - 0-20746
1987 US Original 12" 45rpm Maxi-Single. Housed In A Custom Warner Bros. Printed Die-Cut Single Jacket. Cut Taken From Their Album "Tango In The Night" And Has B-Sides "Seven Wonders (Dub Version)" & Book Of Miracles (Instrumental). more
Skies The Limit
Used Import - 7599-21709-0
German Only 1990 3 Song 12" EP Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Never Came Sealed, Like New. Includes The Title Track Plus "Little Lies (Live)" And "The Chain (Live)." more
Skies The Limit
Used - 12 - 21709
1990 3 Song 12 Inch EP Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Includes The Title Track Plus "Little Lies (Live)" And "The Chain (Live)." Glossy, Unplayed Condition. more
Tango In The Night
New - LP - 25471
Sealed 1987 Music Club Rarity. No Bar Code On Cover. more
Tango In The Night
New - LP - 9 25471-1
Sealed 1987 Original With Custom "Big Love" Hype Sticker And Custom Inner Sleeve. more
Tango In The Night
Used - LP - 25471
Hard To Find 1987 Vinyl With Custom Pink "Big Love" Hype Sticker On Cover. LP Looks Unplayed. more
Tango In The Night
Used - LP - 25471
Hard To Find 1987 Vinyl, Saw Notch. more
Tango In The Night
New - LP - 25471
Sealed, Hard To Find 1987 Vinyl With Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. more
Tango In The Night
Used - LP - 25471
Hard To Find 1987 Original. Gold Promo Stamp And "Big Love" Hype Sticker On Cover. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Tango In The Night
New - LP - 25471
Sealed, Hard To Find 1987 Vinyl With Custom Song Hype Sticker And The Original Tower Records Price Tag On The Shrink Wrap. more
Tango In The Night
New - LP - 25471
Sealed 1987 Columbia Music Club Rarity With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Crisp Corners, No Cut-Out Holes. more
Tango In The Night
New - LP - 25471
Sealed, Hard To Find 1987 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Pristine Copy Without A Saw Cut. more
Tango In The Night
Used - LP - 25471
1987 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. more
Tango In The Night
Used - LP - 25471
Beautiful 1987 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve And Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Clean Cut Out Hole. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
The Alternate Fleetwood Mac
New - LP - R1 564452
Sealed 2019 Limited edition release. First time on vinyl! The same 1975 classic but different, built from all early versions & takes. more
The Alternate Tango In The Night
New - LP - R1 564451
Sealed 2018 180gm RSD Release. Alternate Versions And Demos Of Material Recorded For 1987'S Tango In The Night. more
The Alternate Tusk
New - LP - R1 553401
Sealed 2016 RSD Limited edition. Jacket close to NM with a op left corner bump/crease. Marker on barcode. 5000 made! This is the alternative version of Tusk from Fleetwood Mac's deluxe box set. Lacquers cut by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering in LA. more
The Dance
New - LP - R1 46702
Sealed 2018 First Time On Vinyl 2LP Live Collection. Originally Released On CD In 1997. Features The Timeless Hits And Fan Favorites: “Rhiannon,” “Say You Love Me,” “Over My Head” And “Landslide.” more
The Original Fleetwood Mac
New - LP - SR 6045
Sealed 1977 Original. Compiles Rare And Vintage Previously Unreleased Recordings From 1967 When The Band Consisted Of Peter Green, Jeremy Spencer, John McVie And Mick Fleetwood. more
The Original Fleetwood Mac
Used - LP - SR 6045
1977 Original. Very Minor Cover Wear. Compiles Rare And Vintage Previously Unreleased Recordings From 1967 When The Band Consisted Of Peter Green, Jeremy Spencer, John McVie And Mick Fleetwood. more
The Original Fleetwood Mac / English Rose
Used - LP - S 22025
UK Mid 70's Analogue Reissue Of 2 Classic Albums. Gatefold Cover. more
The Pious Bird Of Good Omen
Used - LP - 63215
We Have Seen A Lot Of 2nd Pressings Of This 1969 Album, But This Is The First Heavy Vinyl Original We Have Come Across. A1/B1 Stampers, Laminated Cover With A Beautiful Lustre To The Vinyl. more
The Pious Bird Of Good Omen
Used Import - 7-63215
Beautiful UK Dark Blue Label Stereo Housed In A Non-Laminated Jacket (Making This Is A 2nd Issue). A1/B1 Stampers. LP Appears Glossy more
The Pious Bird Of Good Omen
Used - LP - 63215
Blue Label English Original, Non-Laminated Cover. more
Then Play On
New - LP - 6388
Sealed 1969 Gatefold. Label Variation Unknown. Includes The Immortal "Oh Well". 2 Inch Triangular Shape Of Bottom Right Corner Of Jacket Has Damp Damage, Hence Price. If Perfect, $150. more
Then Play On
Used - LP - RSLP 9000
Stunning Copy Of This 1969 UK Tri-Color Steamboat Label Stereo Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover. A1/B1 Stampers. Jacket is Crisp With Just A Hint Of Ring Wear Towards The Right Hand Side. LP Appears Unplayed. more
Then Play On
New Import - 8122796551
Sealed 2015 Reissue, Made In The EU. Features Original UK Track List With Original Artwork. more
Then Play On
Used - LP - RSLP 9000
1969 UK Tri-Color Steamboat Label Original. Laminated Cover. more
Then Play On
Used Import - K 44103
Early 1970's UK Steamboat Label, Non-Gatefold 2nd Issue. Glossy Vinyl, Jacket Has Some Light Crease Lines And Small Corner Rubs & Pushes. "This Peter Green-Led Edition Of The Mac Isn't Just An Important Transition Between Their Initial Blues-Based Incarnation And The Mega-Pop Band They Became, It's Also Their Most Vital, Exciting Version. The Addition Of Danny Kirwan As Second Guitarist And Songwriter Foreshadows Not Only The Soft-Rock Terrain Of "Bare Trees" And "Kiln House" With Christine Perfect-Mcvie, But Also Predicts Rumours. That Only Pertains To Roughly Half Of The Also Excellent Material Here, Though; The Rest Is Quintessential Green. The Immortal "Oh Well," With Its Hard-Edged, Thickly Layered Guitars And Chamber-Like Sections, Is Perhaps The Band's Most Enduring Progressive Composition. "Rattlesnake Shake" Is Another Familiar Number, A Down-And-Dirty, Even-Paced Funk, With Clean, Wall-Of-Sound Guitars. Choogling Drums And Green's Fiery Improvisations Power "Searching For Madge," Perhaps Mac's Most Inspired Work Save "Green Manalishi," And Leads Into An Unlikely Symphonic Interlude And The Similar, Lighter Boogie "Fighting For Madge." A Hot Afro-Cuban Rhythm With Beautiful Guitars From Kirwan And Green On "Coming Your Way" Not Only Defines The Mac's Sound, But The Rock Aesthetic Of The Day. Of The Songs With Kirwan's Stamp On Them, "Closing My Eyes" Is A Mysterious Waltz Love Song; Haunting Guitars Approach Surf Music On The Instrumental "My Dream"; While "Although The Sun Is Shining" Is The Ultimate Pre-Rumours Number Someone Should Revisit. Blues Roots Still Crop Up On The Spatial, Loose, Hendrix-Tinged "Underway," The Folky "Like Crying," And The Final Outcry Of The Ever-Poignant "Show Biz Blues," With Green Moaning "Do You Really Give A Damn For Me?" Then Play On Is A Reminder Of How Pervasive And Powerful Green's Influence Was On Mac's Originality And Individual Stance Beyond His Involvement. Still Highly Recommended And A Must-Buy After All These Years, It Remains Their Magnum Opus." AMG Revie By Michael G. Nastos. more
Then Play On
Used - LP - RS 6368
1970 2nd Press In Gatefold. Minor Cover Wear. Contains The 8:53 Version Of "Oh Well". more
Then Play On
Used - LP - RS 6368
1969 Original In Gatefold. Minor Cover Wear. This is the first album to feature guitarist and songwriter Danny Kirwan, who joined the band in 1968, and the last to feature founding member Peter Green, who left the band shortly after its release. The album was recorded during a period of turmoil for the band, with Green struggling with mental health issues and Kirwan battling alcoholism. Then Play On marked a departure from the band's earlier blues-based sound, incorporating elements of psychedelia, folk, and rock. The album was also notable for its use of string arrangements and unusual instrumentation, such as the marimba and tabla. The record has since been recognized as a seminal work in the development of progressive rock and has influenced numerous musicians in the decades since its release. This pressing contains12 songs includes "When You Say" and "My Dream". It does not contain "Oh Well". more
Then Play On
Used - LP - RS 6368
1970 Original In Gatefold. Minor Cover Wear. "Then Play On" Was released in September 1969. It was the first album to feature guitarist and songwriter Danny Kirwan, who joined the band in 1968, and the last to feature founding member Peter Green, who left the band shortly after its release. The album was recorded during a period of turmoil for the band, with Green struggling with mental health issues and Kirwan battling alcoholism. Then Play On marked a departure from the band's earlier blues-based sound, incorporating elements of psychedelia, folk, and rock. The album was also notable for its use of string arrangements and unusual instrumentation, such as the marimba and tabla. The record has since been recognized as a seminal work in the development of progressive rock and has influenced numerous musicians in the decades since its release. more
Think About Me (Remix)
Used - 12 - PRO A 853
Near Mint 1979 Promo Only 12 Inch. B/W Save Me A Place. more
Think About Me / Save Me A Place
Used - 12 - PRO-A-853
Rare, 1979 Promo Only Two Song 12 Inch Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. Both Songs Taken From The Tusk Double Album. more
Tusk
Used - LP - 2HS 3350
1979 2LP Embossed Cover Sleeve Club Edition With All Four Custom Card Inners. 'Mastered By Capitol" Stamped In The Dead Wax. Minor Corner Bump. Vinyl Appears Unplayed. more
Tusk
New Import - RCV1 3350
Sealed 2021 2LP Limited Edition Reissue On Silver Vinyl. Housed In A Bigger Spine Standard Sleeve. Repress From The 2012 Reissues, Mastered By Chris Bellman From The Original Analogue Tapes. Tiny Corner Pushes. more
Tusk
Used - 12 - PRO A 831
1979 Promo Only 12 Inch Single. B/W "Never Make Me Cry." Small Center Top Seam Split, Hence Price. more
Tusk
Used - LP - P 5571-2W
Mint Japanese 2LP Set With All Inserts And Obi. 5 Stars! “Lindsey Buckingham Directed Both Fleetwood Mac And Rumours, But He Dominates Here, Composing Nearly Half The Album, And Giving Christine McVie's And Stevie Nicks' Songs An Ethereal, Floating Quality That Turns Them Into Welcome Respites From The Seriously Twisted Immersions Into Buckingham's Id. This Is The Ultimate Cocaine Album — It's Mellow For Long Stretches, And Then Bursts Wide Open In Manic, Frantic Explosions, Such As The Mounting Tension On "The Ledge" Or The Rampaging "That's Enough For Me," Or The Marching Band-Driven Paranoia Of The Title Track, All Of Which Are Relieved By Smooth, Reflective Work From All Three Songwriters. While McVie And Nicks Contribute Some Excellent Songs, Buckingham Owns This Record With His Nervous Energy And Obsessive Production, Winding Up With A Fussily Detailed Yet Wildly Messy Record Unlike Any Other. This Is Mainstream Madness, Crazier Than Buckingham's Idol Brian Wilson And Weirder Than Any Number Of Cult Classics. Of Course, That's Why It Bombed Upon Its Original Release, But Tusk Is A Bracing, Weirdly Affecting Work That May Not Be As Universal Or Immediate As Rumours, But Is Every Bit As Classic. As A Piece Of Pop Art, It's Peerless.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Tusk
New - LP - 2HS 3350
Sealed 1979 2LP Embossed Cover Original With Custom Inner Sleeves. Has The Original Music Stop $12.99 Price tag On The Shrink Wrap. There Are Zillions Of These Open, But We Rarely See A Sealed Copy. more
Tusk
New - LP - 531909
Sealed 2012 2LP 180gm Reissue With Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. more
Tusk
New - LP - 2HS 3350
Sealed 1979 2LP Embossed Cover Original. There Are Zillions Of These Open, But We Rarely See A Sealed Copy. Even More Difficult To Locate Without A Cut-Out Hole Or Saw Cut. more
Tusk
New - LP - R1 3350
Sealed 2021 2LP Reissue. "More Than Any Other Fleetwood Mac Album, Tusk Is Born Of A Particular Time And Place -- It Could Only Have Been Created In The Aftermath Of Rumours, Which Shattered Sales Records, Which In Turn Gave The Group A Blank Check For Its Next Album. But If They Were Falling Apart During The Making Of Rumours, They Were Officially Broken And Shattered During The Making Of Tusk, And That Disconnect Between Bandmembers Resulted In A Sprawling, Incoherent, And Utterly Brilliant 20-Track Double Album. At The Time Of Its Release, It Was A Flop, Never Reaching The Top Of The Charts And Never Spawning A True Hit Single, Despite Two Well-Received Top Ten Hits. Coming After The Monumental Rumours, This Was A Huge Disappointment, But The Truth Of The Matter Is That Fleetwood Mac Couldn't Top That Success No Matter How Hard They Tried, So It Was Better For Them To Indulge Themselves And Come Up With Something As Unique As Tusk. Lindsey Buckingham Directed Both Fleetwood Mac And Rumours, But He Dominates Here, Composing Nearly Half The Album, And Giving Christine McVie's And Stevie Nicks' Songs An Ethereal, Floating Quality That Turns Them Into Welcome Respites From The Seriously Twisted Immersions Into Buckingham's Id. This Is The Ultimate Cocaine Album -- It's Mellow For Long Stretches, And Then Bursts Wide Open In Manic, Frantic Explosions, Such As The Mounting Tension On "The Ledge" Or The Rampaging "That's Enough For Me," Or The Marching Band-driven Paranoia Of The Title Track, All Of Which Are Relieved By Smooth, Reflective Work From All Three Songwriters. While McVie And Nicks Contribute Some Excellent Songs, Buckingham Owns This Record With His Nervous Energy And Obsessive Production, Winding Up With A Fussily Detailed Yet Wildly Messy Record Unlike Any Other. This Is Mainstream Madness, Crazier Than Buckingham's Idol Brian Wilson And Weirder Than Any Number Of Cult Classics. Of Course, That's Why It Bombed Upon Its Original Release, But Tusk Is A Bracing, Weirdly Affecting Work That May Not Be As Universal Or Immediate As Rumours, But Is Every Bit As Classic. As A Piece Of Pop Art, It's Peerless." AMG Review By Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Tusk
New - LP - R1 3350
Sealed 2021 2LP Reissue. "More Than Any Other Fleetwood Mac Album, Tusk Is Born Of A Particular Time And Place -- It Could Only Have Been Created In The Aftermath Of Rumours, Which Shattered Sales Records, Which In Turn Gave The Group A Blank Check For Its Next Album. But If They Were Falling Apart During The Making Of Rumours, They Were Officially Broken And Shattered During The Making Of Tusk, And That Disconnect Between Bandmembers Resulted In A Sprawling, Incoherent, And Utterly Brilliant 20-Track Double Album. At The Time Of Its Release, It Was A Flop, Never Reaching The Top Of The Charts And Never Spawning A True Hit Single, Despite Two Well-Received Top Ten Hits. Coming After The Monumental Rumours, This Was A Huge Disappointment, But The Truth Of The Matter Is That Fleetwood Mac Couldn't Top That Success No Matter How Hard They Tried, So It Was Better For Them To Indulge Themselves And Come Up With Something As Unique As Tusk. Lindsey Buckingham Directed Both Fleetwood Mac And Rumours, But He Dominates Here, Composing Nearly Half The Album, And Giving Christine McVie's And Stevie Nicks' Songs An Ethereal, Floating Quality That Turns Them Into Welcome Respites From The Seriously Twisted Immersions Into Buckingham's Id. This Is The Ultimate Cocaine Album -- It's Mellow For Long Stretches, And Then Bursts Wide Open In Manic, Frantic Explosions, Such As The Mounting Tension On "The Ledge" Or The Rampaging "That's Enough For Me," Or The Marching Band-driven Paranoia Of The Title Track, All Of Which Are Relieved By Smooth, Reflective Work From All Three Songwriters. While McVie And Nicks Contribute Some Excellent Songs, Buckingham Owns This Record With His Nervous Energy And Obsessive Production, Winding Up With A Fussily Detailed Yet Wildly Messy Record Unlike Any Other. This Is Mainstream Madness, Crazier Than Buckingham's Idol Brian Wilson And Weirder Than Any Number Of Cult Classics. Of Course, That's Why It Bombed Upon Its Original Release, But Tusk Is A Bracing, Weirdly Affecting Work That May Not Be As Universal Or Immediate As Rumours, But Is Every Bit As Classic. As A Piece Of Pop Art, It's Peerless." AMG - Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Tusk
New Import - RCV1 3350
Sealed 2021 2LP Limited Edition Reissue On Silver Vinyl. Housed In A Bigger Spine Standard Sleeve. Repress From The 2012 Reissues, Mastered By Chris Bellman From The Original Analogue Tapes. more
Tusk
Used - LP - 2HS 3350
1979 US Original, Los Angeles Press. Housed In Embossed Wide-Spined Jacket, With The All Four Original Custom Printed Inner Sleeves. Glossy Vinyl, Light Corner Rubs To Jacket. "More Than Any Other Fleetwood Mac Album, Tusk Is Born Of A Particular Time And Place -- It Could Only Have Been Created In The Aftermath Of Rumours, Which Shattered Sales Records, Which In Turn Gave The Group A Blank Check For Its Next Album. But If They Were Falling Apart During The Making Of Rumours, They Were Officially Broken And Shattered During The Making Of Tusk, And That Disconnect Between Bandmembers Resulted In A Sprawling, Incoherent, And Utterly Brilliant 20-Track Double Album. At The Time Of Its Release, It Was A Flop, Never Reaching The Top Of The Charts And Never Spawning A True Hit Single, Despite Two Well-Received Top Ten Hits. Coming After The Monumental Rumours, This Was A Huge Disappointment, But The Truth Of The Matter Is That Fleetwood Mac Couldn't Top That Success No Matter How Hard They Tried, So It Was Better For Them To Indulge Themselves And Come Up With Something As Unique As Tusk. Lindsey Buckingham Directed Both Fleetwood Mac And Rumours, But He Dominates Here, Composing Nearly Half The Album, And Giving Christine Mcvie's And Stevie Nicks' Songs An Ethereal, Floating Quality That Turns Them Into Welcome Respites From The Seriously Twisted Immersions Into Buckingham's Id. This Is The Ultimate Cocaine Album -- It's Mellow For Long Stretches, And Then Bursts Wide Open In Manic, Frantic Explosions, Such As The Mounting Tension On "The Ledge" Or The Rampaging "That's Enough For Me," Or The Marching Band-driven Paranoia Of The Title Track, All Of Which Are Relieved By Smooth, Reflective Work From All Three Songwriters. While McVie And Nicks Contribute Some Excellent Songs, Buckingham Owns This Record With His Nervous Energy And Obsessive Production, Winding Up With A Fussily Detailed Yet Wildly Messy Record Unlike Any Other. This Is Mainstream Madness, Crazier Than Buckingham's Idol Brian Wilson And Weirder Than Any Number Of Cult Classics. Of Course, That's Why It Bombed Upon Its Original Release, But Tusk Is A Bracing, Weirdly Affecting Work That May Not Be As Universal Or Immediate As Rumours, But Is Every Bit As Classic. As A Piece Of Pop Art, It's Peerless." AMG Review By Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Tusk
Used - LP - 2HS 3350
1979 2LP US Original. Embossed Cover With Original Custom Printed Double Inner Sleeves. VG++ Vinyl. Some Cover Wear, With Small Corner Bumps, A Ding To Jacket Mouth Edge & Thin Saw Cut. more
Tusk
Used - LP - 2HS 3350
1979 2LP Embossed Cover Original Still In Shrink Wrap With All Four Custom Card Inners. more
Tusk
Used - 12 - PRO A 845
1979 Promo Label Picture Cover 12". Side One Mono, Side Two Stereo. more
Tusk
New - LP - 2HS 3350
Sealed, 1979 US Original. Housed In An Embossed Wide Spine Single Pocket Cover, With The All Four Original Custom Printed Inner Sleeves. "More Than Any Other Fleetwood Mac Album, Tusk Is Born Of A Particular Time And Place -- It Could Only Have Been Created In The Aftermath Of Rumours, Which Shattered Sales Records, Which In Turn Gave The Group A Blank Check For Its Next Album. But If They Were Falling Apart During The Making Of Rumours, They Were Officially Broken And Shattered During The Making Of Tusk, And That Disconnect Between Bandmembers Resulted In A Sprawling, Incoherent, And Utterly Brilliant 20-Track Double Album. At The Time Of Its Release, It Was A Flop, Never Reaching The Top Of The Charts And Never Spawning A True Hit Single, Despite Two Well-Received Top Ten Hits. Coming After The Monumental Rumours, This Was A Huge Disappointment, But The Truth Of The Matter Is That Fleetwood Mac Couldn't Top That Success No Matter How Hard They Tried, So It Was Better For Them To Indulge Themselves And Come Up With Something As Unique As Tusk. Lindsey Buckingham Directed Both Fleetwood Mac And Rumours, But He Dominates Here, Composing Nearly Half The Album, And Giving Christine Mcvie's And Stevie Nicks' Songs An Ethereal, Floating Quality That Turns Them Into Welcome Respites From The Seriously Twisted Immersions Into Buckingham's Id. This Is The Ultimate Cocaine Album -- It's Mellow For Long Stretches, And Then Bursts Wide Open In Manic, Frantic Explosions, Such As The Mounting Tension On "The Ledge" Or The Rampaging "That's Enough For Me," Or The Marching Band-driven Paranoia Of The Title Track, All Of Which Are Relieved By Smooth, Reflective Work From All Three Songwriters. While McVie And Nicks Contribute Some Excellent Songs, Buckingham Owns This Record With His Nervous Energy And Obsessive Production, Winding Up With A Fussily Detailed Yet Wildly Messy Record Unlike Any Other. This Is Mainstream Madness, Crazier Than Buckingham's Idol Brian Wilson And Weirder Than Any Number Of Cult Classics. Of Course, That's Why It Bombed Upon Its Original Release, But Tusk Is A Bracing, Weirdly Affecting Work That May Not Be As Universal Or Immediate As Rumours, But Is Every Bit As Classic. As A Piece Of Pop Art, It's Peerless." AMG - Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Tusk
New - LP - 2HS 3350
Sealed, 1979 US Original. Unable To Confirm Exact Pressing Information. Tiny Corner Rubs. Housed In An Embossed Wider-Spined Single Pocket Jacket, With The All Four Original Custom Printed Inner Sleeves. "More Than Any Other Fleetwood Mac Album, Tusk Is Born Of A Particular Time And Place -- It Could Only Have Been Created In The Aftermath Of Rumours, Which Shattered Sales Records, Which In Turn Gave The Group A Blank Check For Its Next Album. But If They Were Falling Apart During The Making Of Rumours, They Were Officially Broken And Shattered During The Making Of Tusk, And That Disconnect Between Bandmembers Resulted In A Sprawling, Incoherent, And Utterly Brilliant 20-Track Double Album. At The Time Of Its Release, It Was A Flop, Never Reaching The Top Of The Charts And Never Spawning A True Hit Single, Despite Two Well-Received Top Ten Hits. Coming After The Monumental Rumours, This Was A Huge Disappointment, But The Truth Of The Matter Is That Fleetwood Mac Couldn't Top That Success No Matter How Hard They Tried, So It Was Better For Them To Indulge Themselves And Come Up With Something As Unique As Tusk. Lindsey Buckingham Directed Both Fleetwood Mac And Rumours, But He Dominates Here, Composing Nearly Half The Album, And Giving Christine Mcvie's And Stevie Nicks' Songs An Ethereal, Floating Quality That Turns Them Into Welcome Respites From The Seriously Twisted Immersions Into Buckingham's Id. This Is The Ultimate Cocaine Album -- It's Mellow For Long Stretches, And Then Bursts Wide Open In Manic, Frantic Explosions, Such As The Mounting Tension On "The Ledge" Or The Rampaging "That's Enough For Me," Or The Marching Band-driven Paranoia Of The Title Track, All Of Which Are Relieved By Smooth, Reflective Work From All Three Songwriters. While McVie And Nicks Contribute Some Excellent Songs, Buckingham Owns This Record With His Nervous Energy And Obsessive Production, Winding Up With A Fussily Detailed Yet Wildly Messy Record Unlike Any Other. This Is Mainstream Madness, Crazier Than Buckingham's Idol Brian Wilson And Weirder Than Any Number Of Cult Classics. Of Course, That's Why It Bombed Upon Its Original Release, But Tusk Is A Bracing, Weirdly Affecting Work That May Not Be As Universal Or Immediate As Rumours, But Is Every Bit As Classic. As A Piece Of Pop Art, It's Peerless." AMG - Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Tusk
Used - LP - 2HS 3350
1979 US Original Housed In Embossed Wide-Spined Jacket, With The All Four Original Custom Printed Inner Sleeves. "More Than Any Other Fleetwood Mac Album, Tusk Is Born Of A Particular Time And Place -- It Could Only Have Been Created In The Aftermath Of Rumours, Which Shattered Sales Records, Which In Turn Gave The Group A Blank Check For Its Next Album. But If They Were Falling Apart During The Making Of Rumours, They Were Officially Broken And Shattered During The Making Of Tusk, And That Disconnect Between Bandmembers Resulted In A Sprawling, Incoherent, And Utterly Brilliant 20-Track Double Album. At The Time Of Its Release, It Was A Flop, Never Reaching The Top Of The Charts And Never Spawning A True Hit Single, Despite Two Well-Received Top Ten Hits. Coming After The Monumental Rumours, This Was A Huge Disappointment, But The Truth Of The Matter Is That Fleetwood Mac Couldn't Top That Success No Matter How Hard They Tried, So It Was Better For Them To Indulge Themselves And Come Up With Something As Unique As Tusk. Lindsey Buckingham Directed Both Fleetwood Mac And Rumours, But He Dominates Here, Composing Nearly Half The Album, And Giving Christine Mcvie's And Stevie Nicks' Songs An Ethereal, Floating Quality That Turns Them Into Welcome Respites From The Seriously Twisted Immersions Into Buckingham's Id. This Is The Ultimate Cocaine Album -- It's Mellow For Long Stretches, And Then Bursts Wide Open In Manic, Frantic Explosions, Such As The Mounting Tension On "The Ledge" Or The Rampaging "That's Enough For Me," Or The Marching Band-driven Paranoia Of The Title Track, All Of Which Are Relieved By Smooth, Reflective Work From All Three Songwriters. While McVie And Nicks Contribute Some Excellent Songs, Buckingham Owns This Record With His Nervous Energy And Obsessive Production, Winding Up With A Fussily Detailed Yet Wildly Messy Record Unlike Any Other. This Is Mainstream Madness, Crazier Than Buckingham's Idol Brian Wilson And Weirder Than Any Number Of Cult Classics. Of Course, That's Why It Bombed Upon Its Original Release, But Tusk Is A Bracing, Weirdly Affecting Work That May Not Be As Universal Or Immediate As Rumours, But Is Every Bit As Classic. As A Piece Of Pop Art, It's Peerless." AMG Review By Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Tusk
Used - LP - 2HS 3350
1979 US Original Housed In Embossed Wide-Spined Jacket, With The All Four Original Custom Printed Inner Sleeves. "More Than Any Other Fleetwood Mac Album, Tusk Is Born Of A Particular Time And Place -- It Could Only Have Been Created In The Aftermath Of Rumours, Which Shattered Sales Records, Which In Turn Gave The Group A Blank Check For Its Next Album. But If They Were Falling Apart During The Making Of Rumours, They Were Officially Broken And Shattered During The Making Of Tusk, And That Disconnect Between Bandmembers Resulted In A Sprawling, Incoherent, And Utterly Brilliant 20-Track Double Album. At The Time Of Its Release, It Was A Flop, Never Reaching The Top Of The Charts And Never Spawning A True Hit Single, Despite Two Well-Received Top Ten Hits. Coming After The Monumental Rumours, This Was A Huge Disappointment, But The Truth Of The Matter Is That Fleetwood Mac Couldn't Top That Success No Matter How Hard They Tried, So It Was Better For Them To Indulge Themselves And Come Up With Something As Unique As Tusk. Lindsey Buckingham Directed Both Fleetwood Mac And Rumours, But He Dominates Here, Composing Nearly Half The Album, And Giving Christine Mcvie's And Stevie Nicks' Songs An Ethereal, Floating Quality That Turns Them Into Welcome Respites From The Seriously Twisted Immersions Into Buckingham's Id. This Is The Ultimate Cocaine Album -- It's Mellow For Long Stretches, And Then Bursts Wide Open In Manic, Frantic Explosions, Such As The Mounting Tension On "The Ledge" Or The Rampaging "That's Enough For Me," Or The Marching Band-driven Paranoia Of The Title Track, All Of Which Are Relieved By Smooth, Reflective Work From All Three Songwriters. While McVie And Nicks Contribute Some Excellent Songs, Buckingham Owns This Record With His Nervous Energy And Obsessive Production, Winding Up With A Fussily Detailed Yet Wildly Messy Record Unlike Any Other. This Is Mainstream Madness, Crazier Than Buckingham's Idol Brian Wilson And Weirder Than Any Number Of Cult Classics. Of Course, That's Why It Bombed Upon Its Original Release, But Tusk Is A Bracing, Weirdly Affecting Work That May Not Be As Universal Or Immediate As Rumours, But Is Every Bit As Classic. As A Piece Of Pop Art, It's Peerless." AMG - Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Tusk Remix-Special Radio Sampler
Used - 12 - PRO-A-866
1979 Promo Only, Radio Sampler From The "Tusk" Album. 6 Track 12 Inch Picture Sleeve Featuring The Famous Penguin Logo. 3 Tracks Are Remixed Versions. Appears Unplayed. Small Stain On Back Cover. more
Vintage Years
Used - LP - SASH-3706
1975 2LP Gatefold. With Inner Press Photos And Notes By Mike Vernon. Mastered At "Sterling Sound" more
Vintage Years
New - LP - 2XS 6006
Sealed 2LP Gatefold Cut By Robert Ludwig. Features "Black Magic Woman", "Albatross", And Many More. Very Difficult To Find Sealed And Without A Saw Cut Or Cut Out Hole. more
Will The Real Fleetwood Mac Please Stand Up?
Used - LP - SODD 002
1975 2LP Unofficial Release. Source: The Record Plant, Sausalito, CA On 12-15-74 As Broadcast On KSAN-FM. more

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