- Fleetwood Mac in Chicago (album by Fleetwood Mac and seven Chicago blues musicians). Released: December 5, 1969. Label: Blue Horizon - Kiln House. Released: September 18, 1970. D ^ In 2005, a three-disc set titled Men of the World: The Early Years was released, consisting of material from The Vaudeville Years and Show-Biz Blues. Peak chart positions.
The Vaudeville Years of Fleetwood Mac 1968 to 1970 (or just The Vaudeville Years) is an album by British blues rock band Fleetwood Mac, released in 1998. It was a compilation of outtakes and unreleased tracks from the band's early line up, none of which had previously seen the light of day officially.
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The Fleetwood Mac songs from Rumors and their 1975 self titled LP were so commercially successful, they have blinded many other writers to the large body of work the band had recorded both before and after the late nineteen seventies time period. Of course, we all understand that the Rumors and 1975 albums were the records that made the band a household name. However, the band continued to record over the years with various lineup changes that presented fans with a tantalizing mix of well written original Fleetwood Mac songs and exceptionally high levels of musicianship. Fleetwood Mac’s third album Then Played On, is represented on the Top 10 Essential Fleetwood Mac songs list by the inclusion of the great song Oh Well.
Fleetwood Mac, especially in the years following Peter Green’s departure, were something of a mood band, achieving a hazy, spacious vibe that lacked definition. Buckingham Nicks were their counterparts, focused not just on the precision of songs but also productions: their 1973 album captures nascent versions of the two singer/songwriters, where Nicks’ delicateness is balanced by Buckingham’s manic perfectionism. Men of the World: The Early Years.