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Making Rumours by Ken Caillat
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Ken's insider perspective on the making of the greatest rock album of all time is both engrossing and stunning, beautiful and dangerous. Ken's honesty and genius are clear, and Making Rumours provides a fascinating insider's view on the world that was Mick, John, Chris, Lindsey, and of course, Stevie Nicks, during the making of one of the most tumultuous albums of all time.

The love, the lies, the fights, and the heartbreak- Ken lays it all bare for the reader, and even the most well versed Fleetwood Mac fan will find the stories Ken shares to be refreshing and enthralling. The reader feels as if they have been transported back to 1976, and are sitting behind the console, watching John McVie lay down legendary beats, and Stevie Nicks ripping her vocal chords to shreds hammering out the lyrics to Gold Dust Woman and The Chain.

For the music aficionado, Ken provides an incredible background on the way he works, and the true genius that has made him one of the greatest producers of all time.

Ken has a style all his own, whether he is behind the console, or the typewriter, dealing with rock legends or publishers, his pure talent shines through. Just as he has captured our minds for the past 30+ years with his music artistry on Rumours and Tusk, Ken will capture your soul with the legend, and the masterpiece, that is the Making of Rumours.
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