Fleetwood Mac Announce Deluxe Edition of Debut Live Album

The 3xCD/2xLP set features over an hour of unreleased music, demos, and more

Fleetwood Mac’s debut live album, 1980’s Fleetwood Mac Live, is getting a deluxe edition on April 9 via Rhino. The new 3xCD/2xLP collection features over an hour of unreleased music, plus demos and a 7-inch vinyl of previously unreleased demos “Fireflies” and “One More Night.” Check out a live version of “The Chain,” recorded at Richfield Coliseum in Cleveland in 1980, below.

Fleetwood Mac Live was originally recorded during the world tour behind the band’s 1979 album Tusk. The music on the deluxe edition includes recordings that span from 1977 to 1982. There will also be a limited “Tour Edition” of the new collection, which contains replicas of backstage passes, tickets, stickers, and more. Both editions are available for preorder.

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