Synopsis by Mark Deming
Those who believe great art comes out of conflict can point to an unlikely example in Fleetwood Mac's album Rumours, widely considered their best album and certainly their most popular. While the album was recorded at a time when the band was poised on the verge of their greatest success, the group was in frequent conflict while it was recorded. This edition of Classic Albums examines how Fleetwood Mac created a musical masterpiece in the midst of personal turmoil.
behind-the-scenes, conflict, record [phonographic], rock-band, rock-music, singer, songwriter