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Fleetwood Mac
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
Albatross
February 1 1969 for 1 week
Peter Green
   has been a vocalist in   
Fleetwood Mac
Lindsey Buckingham
   has been a vocalist in   
Fleetwood Mac
Stevie Nicks
   has been a vocalist in   
Fleetwood Mac
Mick Fleetwood
   has played drums in   
Fleetwood Mac
Fleetwood Mac
   released the single   
Rhiannon (Will You Ever Win)
1976; peaked at #11 on the Billboard Hot 100; huge acclaim thereafter; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
Fleetwood Mac
   released the single   
Go Your Own Way
1977; peaked at #10; included in Rolling Stone magazine's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
Fleetwood Mac
   released the single   
Dreams
1977; 1 week as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100
Fleetwood Mac
   released the single   
Don’t Stop
1977; peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100; lasting popularity
Fleetwood Mac
   released the album   
Rumours (1977)
Empire State
   was released by   
Fleetwood Mac
Mirage, Tusk, Rumours
   are all   
Albums by Fleetwood Mac
Peter Green
   has played guitar in   
Fleetwood Mac
British Blues & Rock Guitarist and also founder of band
Christine McVie
   has played keyboards in   
Fleetwood Mac
Joined band 1970 - 1998, wrote a lot of bands hits
"Rumours"
   was released by   
Fleetwood Mac
1978 - Album of the Year
Fleetwood Mac
   sang   
Big Love
Lindsey Buckingham
   has played guitar in   
Fleetwood Mac
American, rock, pop
Fleetwood Mac
   performed   
Albatross
1969, UK 1
Bob Welch
   has played guitar in   
Fleetwood Mac
Fleetwood Mac
   released the single   
Albatross
1969; 1 week as U.K. #1; didn't chart in U.S., but highlight tune in Playboy Mansion video
Fleetwood Mac
   released the single   
Green Manalishi (With the Two Pronged Crown)
1969; Peter Green's last masterpiece with the band; cult classic
Fleetwood Mac
   released the single   
Man of the World
1969; Peter Green gem
Fleetwood Mac
   released the single   
Need Your Love So Bad
1969; non-single; released on "Pious Bird of Good Omen"
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
   features   
My Heart Beat Like A Hammer
1968
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
   features   
Merry Go Round
1968
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
   features   
Long Grey Mare
1968
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
   features   
Hellhound On My Trail
1968
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
   features   
Shake Your Moneymaker
1968
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
   features   
Looking For Somebody
1968
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
   features   
No Place To Go
1968
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
   features   
My Baby's Good To Me
1968
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
   features   
I Loved Another Woman
1968
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
   features   
Cold Black Night
1968
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
   features   
The World Keeps On Turning
1968
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
   features   
Got To Move
1968
Fleetwood Mac
   features   
Monday Morning
1975
Fleetwood Mac
   features   
Rhiannon (Will You Ever Win)
1975, US 11
Fleetwood Mac
   features   
Over My Head
1975, US 20
Fleetwood Mac
   features   
Crystal
1975
Fleetwood Mac
   features   
Say You Love Me
1975, UK 40 - US 11
Fleetwood Mac
   features   
Landslide
1975
Fleetwood Mac
   performed   
Oh Daddy
1976, from the album "Rumours"
Fleetwood Mac
   released the single   
The Chain
1977; released on "Rumours"; did not chart but with lasting popularity
Fleetwood Mac
   released the single   
Tusk
1979; peaked at #8 on the Billboard Hot 100; lasting popularity
Fleetwood Mac
   come from   
The U.K.
Fleetwood Mac
   released the single   
Jumping at Shadows
1970; deep track gem written by Duster Bennett
Fleetwood Mac
   released the single   
Oh Well - Pt. 1
1970; classic gem that did not chart highly; a true Peter Green masterpiece
Fleetwood Mac
   released the single   
Big Love
1987; popular classic; peaked at #5 on the Billboard Hot 100; from "Tango in he Night"
Fleetwood Mac
   released the single   
Gypsy
1982; popular classic
Fleetwood Mac
   released the single   
I'm So Afraid
1975; strong guitar performance from Lindsey Buckingham; from "Fleetwood Mac" album






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