This this the French release of the album "Tusk 2LP" is the 12th album by the British/American rock band Fleetwood Mac. Released in 1979, it is considered experimental, primarily due to Lindsey Buckingham's sparser songwriting arrangements and the influence of punk rock and New Wave on his production techniques.
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|Music Genre:||70s Rock, Pop|
|Album Production Information:||
The album: "FLEETWOOD MAC - Tusk 2LP" was produced by: Fleetwood Mac Ken Caillat, Richard Dashut
Sound/Recording Engineer(s): Ken Caillat, Richard Dashut, Hernan Rojas, Ken Perry
This album was recorded at: Village Recorder
Album cover design: Vigon Nahas Vigon
Album cover photography: Peter Beard, Jayme Odgers, Normann Seef
|Label Information:||W&B Records WB 66 088 2HS-1-3350|
DLP 12" Vinyl Stereo Gramophone Record
Total Album (Cover+Record) weight: 520 gram
|Year & Country:||1979 Made in France|
Personnel/Band Members and Musicians on: FLEETWOOD MAC - Tusk 2LP
Complete Track-listing of the album "FLEETWOOD MAC - Tusk 2LP"
The Song/tracks on "Fleetwood Mac Tusk" are
Fleetwood Mac is a British-American rock band that was formed in 1967. Although the band has gone through various lineup changes over the years, its early formation is considered to be one of the most iconic and influential periods of the group's history.
The original members of Fleetwood Mac included guitarist Peter Green, drummer Mick Fleetwood, and bassist John McVie. The band's early sound was heavily influenced by blues and rock music, and their music often featured extended jams and intricate guitar work.
Peter Green was the driving force behind the band's early success. He was a gifted guitarist and songwriter, and many of the band's early hits, such as "Albatross" and "Oh Well," were written and performed by him. Green's bluesy guitar playing and soulful vocals helped establish Fleetwood Mac as one of the most exciting and innovative bands of the era.
In addition to Green's talents, the band's rhythm section was also exceptional. Mick Fleetwood's drumming was powerful and dynamic, and his sense of timing and feel helped drive the band's music forward. John McVie's bass playing was equally impressive, providing a solid foundation for the band's sound and serving as a counterpoint to Green's guitar work.
Despite the band's success, the early Fleetwood Mac lineup was not without its struggles. In 1970, Peter Green left the band due to personal and mental health issues. His departure was a significant blow to the band, and it marked the end of an era for Fleetwood Mac.
However, the band was able to carry on without Green, and they continued to enjoy success throughout the 1970s and 1980s. The band's sound evolved over time, moving away from its bluesy roots and incorporating elements of pop and rock music.
Today, Fleetwood Mac is considered one of the most successful and enduring bands in the history of rock music. Their music has influenced countless artists, and their legacy continues to be celebrated by fans around the world.