Fleetwood Mac 1975

‘The White Album’ inducted into Grammy Hall of Fame

Fleetwood Mac’s eponymous 1975 album, known as “The White Album,” has been inducted in the Recording Academy’s Grammy Hall of Fame in 2016, according to Billboard Magazine. Released on July 11, 1975, Fleetwood Mac was the first album in the band’s eight-year history to feature guitarist Lindsey Buckingham and singer Stevie Nicks, who joined in December 1974. Taking almost a full year to reach No. 1 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart, Fleetwood Mac produced the popular singles “Over My Head” (#20), “Rhiannon (Will You Ever Win)” (#11), and “Say You Love” (#11) — the first U.S. Top 40 singles for the English/American band. The sleeper hit has since sold more than five million copies in the U.S., and 10 million copies worldwide.

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