Live Tracks From The Celebrated 1979-1980 Tusk Tour!
The music heard on IN CONCERT was recorded at four stops during the bands 111-show world tour promoting Tusk. This 3LP collection serves as a worthy companion to the classic 1980 album Live. Although a few songs are duplicated from that album, including Say You Love Me, Landslide and Go Your Own Way, each performance on IN CONCERT is unique and taken from a different show.
IN CONCERT boasts 10 songs not heard on Live, including World Turning from the Fleetwood Macs 1975 self-titled release, and The Chain from the bands best-selling album Rumours (1977), a Grammy-award winning juggernaut that has sold more than 40 million copies.
The Fleetwood Mac of 1970, before Lindsay Buckingham and Stevie Nicks joined the group, was primarily a British blues band. These songs, recorded after the departure of band leader Peter Green and the release of their fourth album, "Kiln House" show a broadening of the band's use of blues into other contexts with new musical influences. Fleetwood Mac continues today as one of the most enduring and successful rock bands in history.
1. Intro (Wembley, 6/26/80)
2. Say You Love Me (Wembley, 6/26/80)
3. The Chain (Wembley, 6/20/80)
4. Don't Stop (Wembley, 6/27/80)
5. Dreams (Wembley, 6/20/80)
6. Oh Well (Wembley, 6/20/80)
7. Rhiannon (Tucson 8/28/80)
8. Over & Over (St. Louis 11/5/79)
9. That's Enough For Me (Wembley, 6/21/80)
1. Sara (Tucson 8/28/80)
2. Not That Funny (St. Louis 11/5/79)
3. Tusk (St. Louis 11/5/79)
4. Save Me A Place (St. Louis 11/5/79
5. Landslide (Omaha 8/21/80)
6. What Makes You Think You're The One (St. Louis 11/5/79)
7. Angel (St. Louis 11/5/79)
8. You Make Loving Fun (Wembley 6/20/80)
1. I'm So Afraid (St. Louis 11/5/79)
2. World Turning (Wembley 6/22/80)
3. Go Your Own Way (Wembley 6/22/80)
4. Sisters Of the Moon (Wembley 6/22/80)
5. Songbird (Wembley 6/27/80)