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The Rumors Are True

Fleetwood Mac is back on tour this year celebrating thier 35th anniversary, and they're deluxing out their most notable album.  Just in case you wore out your copy of Rumours, they are rereleasing it on January 29th.

The deluxe edition of Rumours features three additional pieces. First is an 18-track compilation of session outtakes originally released in the 2004 reissue of the album. Next is the original album on 140-gram vinyl. Finally, there is a DVD with “The Rosebud Film.” This 1977 documentary by Michael Collins includes interviews, rehearsal footage and live performances of: “World Turning,” “Rhiannon,” “Say You Love Me,” “Go Your Own Way,” “You Make Loving Fun” and “I’m So Afraid.”

Here's the track listings + the tour dates:

RUMOURS: DELUXE EDITION
Track Listing
Disc 1
1.          “Second Hand News”
2.          “Dreams”
3.          “Never Going Back Again”
4.          “Don’t Stop”
5.          “Go Your Own Way”
6.          “Songbird”
7.          “The Chain”
8.          “You Make Loving Fun”
9.          “I Don’t Want To Know”
10.        “Oh Daddy”
11.        “Gold Dust Woman”
12.        “Silver Springs” – b-side

Disc 2: Live, 1977 “Rumours” World Tour
1.           Intro
2.           “Monday Morning”
3.           “Dreams”
4.           “Don’t Stop”
5.           “The Chain”
6.           “Oh Daddy”
7.           “Rhiannon”
8.           “Never Going Back Again”
9.           “Gold Dust Woman”
10.         “World Turning”
11.         “Go Your Own Way”
12.         “Songbird”


Disc 3: More from the Recording Sessions
1.           “Second Hand News” (Early Take)
2.           “Dreams” (Take 2)
3.           “Never Going Back Again” (Acoustic Duet)
4.           “Go Your Own Way” (Early Take)
5.           “Songbird” (Demo)
6.           “Songbird” (Instrumental, Take 10)
7.           “I Don’t Want To Know” (Early Take)
8.           “Keep Me There” (Instrumental)
9.           “The Chain” (Demo)
10.         “Keep Me There” (With Vocal)
11.         “Gold Dust Woman” (Early Take)
12.         “Oh Daddy” (Early Take)
13.         “Silver Springs” (Early Take)
14.         “Planets Of The Universe” (Demo)
15.         “Doesn’t Anything Last” (Acoustic Duet)
16.         “Never Going Back Again” (Instrumental)
        
Disc 4: 2004 Reissue Roughs & Outtakes
1.           “Second Hand News”
2.           “Dreams”
3.           “Brushes (Never Going Back Again)”
4.           “Don’t Stop”
5.           “Go Your Own Way”
6.           “Songbird”
7.           “Silver Springs”
8.           “You Make Loving Fun”
9.           “Gold Dust Woman #1”
10.         “Oh Daddy”
11.         “Think About It”
Early Demos
12.        “Never Going Back Again”
13.        “Planets Of The Universe”
14.        “Butter Cookie (Keep Me There)”
15.        “Gold Dust Woman”
16.        “Doesn’t Anything Last”
Jam Sessions
17.        “Mic The Screecher”
18.        “For Duster (The Blues)”

DVD
“The Rosebud Film” by Michael Collins

Vinyl LP
Side 1
1.           “Second Hand News”
2.           “Dreams”
3.           “Never Going Back Again”
4.           “Don’t Stop”
5.           “Go Your Own Way”
6.           “Songbird”
         Side 2
1.           “The Chain”
2.           “You Make Loving Fun”
3.           “I Don’t Want To Know”
4.           “Oh Daddy”
5.           “Gold Dust Woman”


Fleetwood Mac Live 2013 Tour Dates

4/4/13                           Columbus, OH                                          Nationwide Arena
4/6/13                           Philadelphia, PA                                       Wells Fargo Center
4/8/13                           New York, New York                                Madison Square Garden
4/9/13                           Washington, DC                                       Verizon Center
4/11/13                         Louisville, KY                                            KFC Yum! Center
4/13/13                         Chicago, IL                                                United Center
4/16/13                         Toronto, ON                                              The Air Canada Centre
4/18/13                         Boston, MA                                               TD Garden
4/20/13                         Uncasville, CT                                           Mohegan Sun Arena
4/23/13                         Ottawa, ON                                                Scotiabank Place
4/24/13                         Newark, NJ                                                Prudential Center
4/26/13                         Pittsburgh, PA                                           CONSOL Energy Center
4/28/13                         St. Paul, MN                                               Xcel Center
4/30/13                         Kansas City, MO                                       Sprint Center
5/1/13                           Tulsa, OK                                                   BOK Center
5/3/13                           Little Rock, Ark                                          Verizon Arena
5/12/13                         Winnipeg, MB                                            MTS Centre
5/14/13                         Saskatoon, SK                                            Credit Union Centre
5/15/13                         Edmonton, AB                                            Rexall Place
5/17/13                         Calgary, AB                                                Scotiabank Saddledome
5/19/13                         Vancouver, BC                                           Rogers Arena
5/20/13                         Tacoma, WA                                              Tacoma Dome
5/22/13                         San Jose, CA                                              HP Pavilion  San Jose
5/25/13                         Los Angeles, CA                                        Hollywood Bowl
5/26/13                         Las Vegas, NV                                            MGM Grand Arena
5/28/13                         Anaheim, CA                                              Honda Center
5/30/13                         Phoenix, AZ                                                US Airways Center
6/1/13                           Denver, CO                                                 Pepsi Center
6/4/13                           Dallas, TX                                                   American Airlines Center
6/5/13                           Houston, TX                                               Toyota Center
6/7/13                           Tampa, FL                                                   Tampa Bay Times Forum
6/8/13                           Ft. Lauderdale, FL                                       BB&T Center
6/10/13                         Atlanta, GA                                                 Philips Arena
6/12/13                         Detroit, MI                                                  The Palace of Auburn Hills
All dates subject to change.
For additional ticket and tour information, visit:  LiveNation.com and FleetwoodMac.com.



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