This definitive documentary on the former Fleetwood Mac drummer traces his entire career beginning with his childhood. It then proceeds to offers us an in-depth insight into his entire career, from playing small, blues-based clubs to filling stadiums with Fleetwood Mac. Features interviews with all the other members of Fleetwood Mac and legends such as John Mayall, B. B. King and John Lee Hooker.
Description by Image Entertainment:
Mick Fleetwood cast a long shadow as the co-founder of one of rock's most successful bands--Fleetwood Mac. He was the lanky, frenzied drummer whose unorthodox style drove the band's luscious harmonies and whose slightly crazed persona balanced out the group's ethereal qualities. In this definitive portrait of a life lived within one of rock 'n' roll's most turbulent groups, the story traces Mick Fleetwood's life from his childhood to his early career playing with the world's greatest blues musicians to his years with Fleetwood Mac. Formed in 1967, the group began with its roots firmly planted in the blues and evolved toward pop-rock as the line-up changed. Ironically, Fleetwood Mac's most successful album, "Rumours," with its carefree melodies and bouncy rhythms, was written about the internal tensions that eventually tore the band apart. Includes interviews with B.B. King, John Lee Hooker, Peter Green, John McVie, Stevie Nicks, Christine McVie, Lindsey Buckingham, and John Mayall!
Music (General) |
Pop / Rock |
Rock Documentaries |
Rock Legends |