About the Book
In 1967 Fleetwood Mac debuted at the Windsor Blues and Jazz Festival. 50 years later one of its founding members Mick Fleetwood documents the rocky beginnings of a band that emerged from what is now referred to as the British Blues Boom.
This signed limited edition chronicle, Love That Burns, contains over 400 rare images and an original manuscript of over 20,000 words with exclusive contributions from early Fleetwood Mac band members including John McVie, Christine McVie, Jeremy Spencer and legendary Peter Green. Love That Burns recounts Mick Fleetwood's childhood, early bands, Fleetwood Mac's debut performance, first international tours and live gig antics. The band members recall playing at Chess Studios, the genius of Peter Green and the many talented musicians who formed Fleetwood Mac in the years before 1975.
Love That Burns is published in a numbered, limited edition if only 2,000 copies worldwide. Every book is individually signed by the author, Mick Fleetwood. Handcrafted in Milan, Italy, the limited edition is quarter bound in leather with foil blocking, yellow page edging and a padded cover featuring the Fleetwood Mac artwork of Sixties graphic artist, Günther Keiser. An exclusive 7" vinyl picture disc includes 'Love That Burns' from the 1968 Mr Wonderful album and a rare instrumental entitled 'Fleetwood Mac', from which the band took its name in 1967.
Order now and receive a bonus collectable book plate produced and signed by Mick Fleetwood to commemorate his tour to Australia in 2017. Limited numbers available.