Sunday, December 15 2013
From '90s-era defining musical heroes and legendary singer-songwriters to the great soul and jazz artists of the '60s and glorious '70s rock, 2013 was a great year for new re-issues and compilations.
Monday, March 8 2010
With Fleetwood Mac's Tusk recently turning 30, PopMatters offers some reflection on the too-often-overlooked Mac classic. In the first piece, Alfred Soto explores Tusk as the apex of the work of singer and keyboardist Christine McVie.
Monday, March 8 2010
In the second of our Tusk pieces, Alice Singleton explores how Fleetwood Mac fleetingly broke racial barriers in music and captured the heart of black girls raised on funk, R&B, and segregation politics.
Thursday, October 17 2013
Rhino's reissue of Fleetwood Mac's first foray out of blues and towards the pop/rock sound that we know and love them for.
Tuesday, June 4 2013
New Orleans' greatest festival turned into a music-filled swamp during the two weekends of Jazz Fest 2013. It was dirty, smelly and sonically delicious -- exactly the way Jazz Fest should be.
Thursday, February 7 2013
"Thirty-Fifth Anniversary" reissue coincides with the band's latest tour. Is it possible to exploit a classic album until it's not a classic any more?
Monday, November 28 2005
Early Fleetwood Mac is one of rock's forgotten treasures; Men of the World, however, isn't the place to start.
Wednesday, February 12 2014
During a week where you're bombarded with overpriced consumerism disguised as love, here are ten albums that look at love's hangover.
Friday, November 11 2011
This week Counterbalance lays Fleetwood Mac's 1977 megahit down in the tall grass and lets it do its stuff. Rumours is the 58th most acclaimed album of all time, and it's next.
Monday, October 10 2011
So what if it's an extended tequila commercial? The pairing is unexpected and cool.
Thursday, August 23 2012
Summer listening, like summer reading, entails a commitment to leisure and comfort, especially considering the volume of pop music genres producing so many fresh sounds
Sunday, May 3 2009
The cycle for rock legends is numbingly familiar: Achieve stratospheric success, release a so-so album, fall off the top of the world, disappear for a