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I Dont Want To Know - Fleetwood Mac - Rumours (Cassette, Album)

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  1. rows · Rumours is the eleventh studio album by British-American rock band Fleetwood Mac. .
  2. Editors' Notes Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours practically defined FM-radio in the late-‘70s. The group’s three main songwriters each carved out their territory as their romantic lives with each other were falling apart. Stevie Nicks had a touch of mystic (“Dreams”, “Gold Dust Woman”).
  3. As a massive Fleetwood Mac/Stevie Nicks fan I'm of course going to give this a five star review, and why not? Despite the tragedy and heartache and upset within the band, they never let the fans down and this updated and extended version of their classic album Rumours just proves that. To coin a phrase, it's the soundtrack to many of our lives/5(K).
  4. Rumours is an album released in by British-American rock band Fleetwood Mac. It is their 11th studio album and the one with a stronger pop focus than previous albums made by the group.
  5. The i Don't Want To Know Songfacts says: This pop-friendly, upbeat tune finds Nicks hoping that she and her beau can find what they are looking for in a relationship whether they are together or not, and it was most likely inspired by her tumultuous relationship with Lindsey paymangbowestwebdobulocsiralarri.xyzinfo optimism contrasts with much of the other negative material on Rumours, which was penned in the midst of.
  6. Jul 10,  · Behind every great band there's often great drama, and Fleetwood Mac was no exception. The band marked the 70s with huge hits, including its album Rumours, which produced four top-ten singles, stayed on the charts for 31 weeks, sold over 40 million copies and won a Grammy Award for Album of the Year in But Fleetwood Mac's creativity and rise to stardom was marked by chaos: .
  7. The band decided to use “I Don’t Want to Know” on Rumours instead of “Silver Springs” – another Nicks song – due to time limitations of the vinyl album medium. They recorded their.
  8. Track Silver Springs-A classic by Stevie Nicks that was bumped from "Rumours" in favor of the song "I Don't Wanna Know" due to time constraints. This version is from the original 45 B-Side of "Go Your Own Way" (Released-US:Dec.' UK:Jan.'77) This bootleg would get a 10 rating but due to some static and noise it rates an 8, Still a great.

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