Love that Burns:
A Chronicle of Fleetwood Mac
There are few bands that epitomise the highs and lows of rock'n'roll superstardom quite like Fleetwood Mac. The group, which debuted at the 1967 Windsor Blues and Jazz Festival and whose 1977 masterpiece Rumours is one of history's all-time best-selling albums, has always symbolised the blurry lines between art and life. Mick Fleetwood pays homage to the band's fiery trajectory and musical legacy via a new, signed limited-edition volume Love That Burns. The exquisitely produced book, which incorporates 400 rare images and contributions from early Fleetwood Mac members John and Christine McVie, Jeremy Spencer and Peter Green, is both a historical account and cultural artefact. It's quarter-bound in leather and features an exclusive 7-inch vinyl picture disc from the 1968 album Mr Wonderful along with a cover by G�nther Keiser, an iconic '60s graphic artist. Love That Burns is published by Genesis Publishing.
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