Fleetwood Macs multi-million selling Rumours was recorded in 1977. It sold 15 million copies worldwide, spending a staggering total of 433 weeks in the U.K. charts, and 130 weeks in the U.S. Billboard album chart. It was also voted Album of the Year at the 20th annual Grammy Awards in 1978. Fleetwood Mac had been in existence for over a decade by the time of Rumours. In 1974 after several changes of personnel, Mick Fleetwood, John McVie and Christine McVie were joined by Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks. The stage was set for a new chapter in the bands career. However, by 1977 when Rumours was recorded, John and Christine McVie were separating, and Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham's relationship was also breaking up. This was the album that almost never made it! This is the definitive story of the making of Fleetwood Macs Rumours, an album that has truly earned its place in the pantheon of rock music history. Including a specially recorded version of Christine McVie's haunting 'Songbird', and Lindsey Buckingham playing a wonderful new acoustic version of 'Never Going Back', you can see why Rumours is a truly Classic Album.