Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Fleetwood Mac, Bob Weston, Bob Brunning
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
With spectacular footage of the band in action as its backdrop, this is the fascinating story of a band which used creative tensions to produce some of the most enduring of all rock music. It features: interview with Mac B... more »
lauri | pa | 10/10/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I waited for this about a month when I ordered this from AMAZON and I am so disappointed. If you wanted to know about Fleetwood Mac -the early years-it's okay ,but with Buckingham-Nicks not worth it. Not even a full video of them and I am really disgusted with this dvd. The book that comes with it has alot of great words about the past songs if only the dvd would have had some or most of the songs discussed in the book, it would have been worth waiting for."
Not Even Stevie Nicks Photo On the Cover!
B. McLuin | USA | 01/27/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Well, I must say, after reading the reviews, and seeing the cover of this, I wouldn't spend five cents on it! For one thing, and most absurd of all, the person who did the cover "artwork" apparently doesn't know who Fleetwood Mac IS, as there is a photo of a lady in red (supposedly "Stevie Nicks") which is the lead singer for a Fleetwood Mac TRIBUTE band, in the United Kingdom, called "Fleetwood Bac" (great tribute band!). And the photo in the top left, which is supposed to be Mick Fleetwood, is also the drummer for the TRIBUTE BAND (Again). Now, what kind of research was done to produce a product, and show two people on the cover who are not even the actual artists? VERY unprofessional, and Mac and Stevie fans find this now a "joke" product. Next time, do some research!"
I was fooled
Carlos A. Marsh | pasadena, ca. | 09/24/2008
(2 out of 5 stars)
"when i read videography and saw a list of songs i got very excited. finally whole concert performances of classics like RHIANNON or GO YOUR OWN WAY? no just a textbook dull reading of the everchanging and revolving door ways of this up and down group. the men interviewed are scholarly english types who blather on in their praise and knowledge but its of stuff most mac fans know. when they finally get to the part where stevie and lindsey joined the group its a rush thru with just choppy clips of some performances interrupted by yet more observations. i was disappointed."