First You Love Me, Then You Get on Down the Line

FleetwoodMonday mornings are about as celebratory as striking a 10d x 3in nail through your foot, but that didn’t stop the newly formed supergroup (circa: 1975), Fleetwood Mac, from churning out a righteous soundtrack that pairs perfectly with a stiff cup of joe on this, the beginnings of another working week.

Written by Lindsey Buckingham, Monday Morning launches the 1975 self-titled album (the band’s second… self-titled that is), and features, for the first time, the inclusion of the now defunct, but once romantic pair, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks.

Monday MorningMonday morning you look so fine… so long as Mick Fleetwood and crew are pumping groove-juiced energy through the speakers, Monday mornings look a’okay.

2 thoughts on “First You Love Me, Then You Get on Down the Line

  1. It’s a great story, isn’t it? How the Mac wanted to recruit Lindsay Buckingham for the revolving door male guitarist/singer spot and he insisted that he and his girlfriend came as a package. A couple of years later they’re breaking up (along with the McVies) and chalking up one of the biggest selling albums of all time.

    • It’s interesting how, what may seem at the time such a trivial opportunity or “whatever” decision, could lead to some of the most beautiful music ever recorded.

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