Fleetwood Mac's classic 1977 album Rumours is going from wax to paper as it is the subject of a new book. Ken Caillat, who co-produced the album with Richard Dashut, has written a book, Making Rumours: The Inside Story of the Classic Fleetwood Mac Album.
"It's been said by many, even including the band members, that they partied all of the time," he told Medleyville. "There was certainly no party that I've ever been to. In other words, the band is always saying that all they did was party, but they didn't party that often. They just kept awake and kept on track through the daunting schedule that Fleetwood had to work under."
In writing the book, Caillat worked from his own journals and conducted 60-70 interviews with other people who were around at the time. He said that his research made him realize in retrospect that "a lot of the fights might have been caused by me when I asked the band members to sing the lyrics in front of the other members."
by RTT Staff Writer
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