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  Encyclopedia :: encyclopedia : Fleetwood Mac   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The resulting album was Rumours in 1977, in which the band laid bare the inherent emotional turmoil experienced at that time.
His expanded role as producer for the next album was influenced by the new wave style.
The next album Mirage was a return to the conventional.
www.hallencyclopedia.com /Fleetwood_Mac   (2143 words)

  
 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Fleetwood Mac
The album proved to be a breakthrough for the band and thus became a huge hit, and the group was catapulted into stardom.
The resulting concept album was Rumours in 1977, in which the band laid bare the emotional turmoil of the time.
His role as producer was even more pronounced for the next album and he was largely influenced by new wave tendencies.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Fleetwood_Mac   (1365 words)

  
 Fleetwood Mac Timeline for the 1980s   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
It also marks the re-appearance of Peter Green who also performs on guitar, The album makes US #43 but fails to make the UK charts.
- Mirage album is released, where it goes on to reach US #1 and UK#5.
The album fails to make the UK album chart.
www.fleetwoodmac-uk.com /timeline/timeline1980s.html   (1778 words)

  
 New Gibraltar Encyclopedia of Progressive Rock KA-KH
The first side of the original album is taken by the 22-minute opus "Skenet bedrar", which is a tour de force of melodic and innovative progressive rock brimming with colourful melodies and instrumental ideas churned out by Stolt's guitar and Lundin's extended keyboard arsenal and tuned percussion.
Livgren's album, Seeds of Change, was effectively a Christian rock album with guest appearances from a diverse array of talent, including Jeff Pollard of LeRoux, Ronnie James Dio of Black Sabbath, Barriemore Barlow of Jethro Tull, and David Pack of Ambrosia, as well as members of Kansas.
The first album sounds very improvised, while the second one sounds a bit more carefully composed, and therefore is a bit more complex, though it still with lots of space for improv.
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 Progressive Rock
Das Album zeichnet sich vor allem durch den intensiven Einsatz des Mellotrons, lange und virtuose Instrumentalteile, rhythmische und harmonische Komplexität sowie surreale Texte aus.
Dieses Album wird von Kritikern als eines der besten Neo-Prog Alben bezeichnet.
Auch wenn sie sich nach dem dritten Album eigentlich stilistisch immer mehr davon verabschiedet haben, gehören sie doch auf jeden Fall dazu und sollten nicht unterschlagen werden.
www.weblexikon.de /Progressive_Rock.html   (10153 words)

  
 Both Sides Now Album Discographies Main Page
The discographies presented here represent a lot of original research which we did some time ago, well before the internet was a possibility, along with some recent research in order to put this section of the Web Site together.
I started on album discographies because of my interest in stereo (which was mostly on albums, of course), and because there just weren't any good album discographies out there that had the kinds of information I needed.
The info you'll find here was obtained mostly by the "Brute Force Method," which involves getting and listening to the albums when possible, combing original sources of LP listings, looking through used record stores, and the like.
www.bsnpubs.com /discog.html   (3603 words)

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