Fleetwood Mac Streams 1977 Performance Of “Say You Love Me”

Fleetwood Mac Streams 1977 Performance Of “Say You Love Me” | Society Of Rock Videos

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As the latest preview of their Rumours Live album, Fleetwood Mac is streaming audio of their 1977 performance of “Say You Love Me.”

Rumours Live is set to be released on September 8. It features the band’s concert at The Forum in Los Angeles while the Rumours album was in the middle of a 19-week run on the US Billboard 200 as the No. 1 album in America.

The upcoming album will include live versions of songs from Rumours and from their 1975 self-titled LP, which was the group’s first multi-platinum No. 1 record. The performances from the concert remained unreleased for decades until 2021 when the live version of “Gold Dust Woman” was included as a bonus track on Live: Deluxe Edition, the expanded version of Fleetwood Mac’s 1980 concert album.

Rumours Live will be available in multiple formats, including 2-CD and 2-LP sets; the black vinyl has two 180-gram records in a gatefold jacket, while a crystal clear-vinyl version will be released exclusively at Walmart.

“Say You Love Me” is written by the late Christine McVie. The live album features the classic lineup of Fleetwood Mac with Christine on keyboards, synthesizer, and vocals, John McVie on bass, Lindsey Buckingham on guitar and vocals, Mick Fleetwood on drums, and Stevie Nicks on vocals.

Stream the song below.

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