On With The Show. Fleetwood Mac’s Long Career
Fleetwood Mac is a British-American rock band. Formed in 1967 in London, they are still around, creating wonderful music. Throughout the years, they have has sold more than 100 million records worldwide, being one of the bestselling groups of all time.
Peter Green, one of the founding members, named the group by combining the surnames of two of his former bandmates Fleetwood and McVie. The band has seen several members come and go. Currently, the Fleetwood Mac members are: Mick Fleetwood (drums, percussion), John McVie (bass guitar), Christine McVie (keyboards, vocals), Lindsey Buckingham (guitars, vocals), and Stevie Nicks (tambourine, vocals). Former famous Fleetwood Mac members include: Peter Green (founder, guitars, vocals, 1967 – 70, 1971), Jeremy Spencer (guitars, vocals, piano, 1967 – 71), and Danny Kirwan (guitars, vocals, 1968) who was, according to many, one of the most creative Fleetwood Mac members.
Fleetwood Mac greatest hits began in 1968 with its first album Fleetwood Mac, which was number four in the UK. Later, in 1977, they produced Rumors, which won a Grammy Award, and sold 40 million copies worldwide, making it the second biggest selling album of all time. It included many of the most famous Fleetwood Mac songs, such as Go Your Own Way, Dreams, Gold Dust Woman, and The Chain. Later in 1987, their album Tango in the Night was a three times number one hit in the UK. In 1988 they produced Greatest Hits, with singles from the 1975 – 88 era.
Fleetwood Mac toured extensively. Some of Fleetwood Mac’s more memorable tours include Tusk, which lasted 11 months, taking the group across the world, and immortalized in the Fleetwood Mac Live Album (1980). Recently, they covered 34 cities in their 2013 tour.
Fleetwood Mac has received many recognitions. In 1998 some of its members were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and the group received the Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music. One of their fans, former President Bill Clinton, called them to entertain at his Presidential Inaugural Ball.
For the fan, Fleetwood Mac news is available through their web page at www.fleetwoodmac.com. The band also has a Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/FleetwoodMac/. In these pages, the fan can find information on Fleetwood Mac tours, Fleetwood Mac tickets and Fleetwood Mac songs.
And, as those Fleetwood Mac songs are so alluring and so many, losing them must be terrible, be it because of an unintentional delete, or due to a virus, or system failure. How to collect all those favorite ones again!
Fortunately, there is a data recovery application with a practitioner’s approach – Disk Drill. Disk Drill is available in the Internet for Macs and for Windows. It has a free version, which has limits in recovering data. This free app has been downloaded by more than ten million users. For worse cases, and for the professional, there is a Pro version.
Disk Drill works by scanning the device, and recovering what it found. Scanning can be done in two modes: quick and deep. Quick scan uses the metadata available in the file system. Deep scan, drills deeper, at a binary level. The results are presented together with a filter in the form of a menu. Files can be classified according to images, sounds, documents, date and size.
In addition, Disk Drill data recovery software has two data loss prevention tools: Recovery Vault and Guaranteed Recovery. Recovery Vault acts as an extra layer to the Recycle Bin, keeping the directions to the deleted file. Guaranteed Recovery keeps a copy of any file moved into a selected folder.
The application also enables the user to create image files. This is a very important function, as data recovery experts recommend the use of image files, keeping the original source untouched. Thus, in case of further damage during the recovery operation, the source remains intact and Fleetwood Mac songs can still be recovered. Even better, now the new version of Disk Drill for Mac is drilling deep into the market. It features new algorithms, many more file signatures, better speed, and a new interface.