Stevie Nicks. Edited version of the awesome and famous Rumours album cover, 1977.

Stevie Nicks, Rumours, Whoever photoshopped this did a pretty good job. Turning a black and white photo into a color photo takes practice.

Fleetwood Mac 'Rumours' Album As Penguin Books Poster Print, Literary Print, Music Art, Classic Rock

What if Fleetwood Mac had written their 1977 album Rumours as a series of novels instead of songs? This print shows how things might have turned

Fleetwood Mac - Stevie Nicks & Mick Fleetwood. The Rumours photoshoot

Stevie Nicks & Mick Fleetwood in an outtake photo from the Rumours cover shoot

Fleetwood Mac 'Rumours' Album As Penguin Books Poster Print Literary Print Music Art Classic Rock

Fleetwood Mac 'Rumours' Album As Penguin Books Poster Print, Literary Print, Music Art, Classic Rock

Rumours? The classic Fleetwood Mac album and the one that really broke the band into the top of rock music acts.

Rumours- The classic Fleetwood Mac album and the one that really broke the band into the top of rock music acts.

Stevie and Mick Rumours Album Little Known Photo Shots - The Ledge

Stevie and Mick Rumours Album Little Known Photo Shots - The Ledge

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photography classic rock fleetwood mac rumours stevie nicks Lindsey Buckingham Mick Fleetwood John McVie rumours album christie mcvie

This Day in Music History: January 28:  1. The Who made their first appearance on UK TV show Ready Steady Go! (1965). 2. 'Animals', the tenth studio album by Pink Floyd, entered the UK charts at the No.2 spot (1977). 3. 'Rumours' album by Fleetwood Mac topped the UK album chart. It was also on the No.1 spot in the US (1978). 4. Frankie Goes To Hollywood started a five-week run at the top of the UK singles chart with 'Relax!' (1984).

This Day in Music History: January 28: 1. The Who made their first appearance on UK TV show Ready Steady Go! (1965). 2. 'Animals', the tenth studio album by Pink Floyd, entered the UK charts at the No.2 spot (1977). 3. 'Rumours' album by Fleetwood Mac topped the UK album chart. It was also on the No.1 spot in the US (1978). 4. Frankie Goes To Hollywood started a five-week run at the top of the UK singles chart with 'Relax!' (1984).

Rumours by Fleetwood Mac (1977) | Community Post: 42 Classic Black And White Album Covers

42 Classic Black And White Album Covers

Fleetwood Mac: Rumours 1977 (c) Warner Bros. The front cover features a stylised shot of Fleetwood and Nicks dressed in her “Rhiannon” stage persona: the photo was taken by Herbert Worthington. (c) Wikipedia

Fleetwood Mac - Rumours Album - YouTube

Fleetwood Mac - Rumours Album - YouTube

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