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Mac Daddy

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When Lindsey Buckingham joined Fleetwood Mac in 1975, the California native transformed the lumbering British blues-rock behemoth into a slick pop machine. Rumours sold a gazillion copies, but Buckingham's influence was best realized on Tusk. Like a coked-up Brian Wilson, Buckingham layered the album with so many sounds that the songs could never be properly recreated onstage. All his solo albums — including the marvelous new Under the Skin — have followed suit. Now Buckingham is making his first tour in years.
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