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Making Rumours My favorite part of this was the part where he was making out with a woman and things were heating up and so he thought, I know, I ll ask her to check out my beard It s pretty itchy And so then she told him he had crabs There were like three pages of interesting music tech history and rest was Bad. Ken s insider perspective on the making of the greatest rock album of all time is both engrossing and stunning, beautiful and dangerous Ken s honesty and genius are clear, and Making Rumours provides a fascinating insider s view on the world that was Mick, John, Chris, Lindsey, and of course, Stevie Nicks, during the making of one of the most tumultuous albums of all time.The love, the lies, the fights, and the heartbreak Ken lays it all bare for the reader, and even the most well versed Fleet Ken s insider perspective on the making of the greatest rock album of all time is both engrossing and stunning, beautiful and dangerous Ken s honesty and genius are clear, and Making Rumours provides a fascinating insider s view on the world that was Mick, John, Chris, Lindsey, and of course, Stevie Nicks, during the making of one of the most tumultuous albums of all time.The love, the lies, the fights, and the heartbreak Ken lays it all bare for the reader, and even the most well versed Fleetwood Mac fan will find the stories Ken shares to be refreshing and enthralling The reader feels as if they have been transported back to 1976, and are sitting behind the console, watching John McVie lay down legendary beats, and Stevie Nicks ripping Inside The Making Of One Of The Biggest Selling Albums Of All Time Fleetwood Mac S Rumours Fleetwood Mac S Classic 1977 Rumours Album Topped The Billboard 200 For Thirty One Weeks And Won The Album Of The Year Grammy More Recently, Rolling Stone Named It The Twenty Fifth Greatest Album Of All Time And The Hit TV Series Glee Devoted An Entire Episode To Songs From Rumours, Introducing It To A New Generation Now, For The First Time, Ken Caillat, The Album S Co Producer, Tells The Full Story Of What Really Went Into Making Rumours From The Endless Partying And Relationship Dramas To The Creative Struggles To Write And Record You Make Loving Fun, Don T Stop, Go Your Own Way, The Chain, And Other Timeless Tracks.Tells The Fascinating, Behind The Music Story Of The Making Of Fleetwood Mac S Rumours, Written By The Producer Who Saw It All Happen Filled With New And Surprising Details, Such As Stevie Nicks And Lindsey Buckingham S Screaming Match While Recording You Make Loving Fun, How The Band Coped With The Pressures Of Increasing Success, How The Master Tape Nearly Disintegrated, And The Incredible Attention Paid To Even The Tiniest Elements Of Songs, From Lindsey Playing A Chair To Mick Breaking Glass Includes Eighty Black And White Photographs The history of the making of Rumours is interesting and exciting but Ken Caillat seems to beinterested in making himself and to a lesser extent his daughter Cobie the star While I understand how difficult the members of the A lot of the reviews rip this book for the writing I guess I ve read enough true crap that the writing here didn t bother me for the most part When I can slog through something like Against All Things Ending or Stephen King shot John Lennon books of similar pain, this one comes out smelling like roses.Is it stunning in its word and language choice Hell no It s a recording engineer writing about making an album So, consider the source, then enjoy the ride.And it s one hell of a fun ride Som A lot of the reviews rip this book for the writing I guess I ve read enough true crap that the writing here didn t bother me for the most part When I can slog through something like Against All Things Ending or Stephen King shot John Lennon books of similar pain, this one comes out smelling like roses.Is it stunning in its word and language choice Hell no It s a recording engineer writing about making an album So, consider the source, then enjoy the ride.And it s one hell of a fun ride Some say Caillat is too full of himself Yeah, okay When you come out of nowhere and help craft one of the greatest albums of all time, let s see you stay all humble as you recount the tales He deserves some glory.Overall, for me, this was a fascinating book that looks into the people that created Rumours, Fleetwood Mac s crowning achievement It was a fascinating ti Two thoughts 1 The book is a compelling read It s also badly written, full of cliches, repetitive, and the dialog written decades after the fact rings false So why is it so good Because the material is great Rumours is a fantastic album, I m not a big Fleetwood Mac fan but many of the songs on Rumours still move me Reading about its creation was a treat Maybe Callait s contribution to the album didn t really matter He s not that great an author, but the book is a page turner because of Two thoughts 1 The book is a compelling read It s also badly written, full of cliches, repetitive, and the dialog writ I enjoyed this book very much Being a musician myself I found the details of the musicianship and the recording and mixing details interesting This however may not be what the average reader would find engaging The only thing I didn t like so much was the author Ken Caillat comes off a bit arrogant at times Ahumble approach would have been nice But all this in mind, he did help make Rumours the classic it is and all the while dealing with the eclectic and sometimes difficult persona I enjoyed this book very much Being a musician myself I found the details of the musicianship and the recording and mixing details interesting This however may not be what the average reader would find engaging The only thing I didn t like so much was the author Ken Caillat comes off a bit arrogant at times Ahumble approach would have been nice But all this in mind, Love The author, Ken Caillet was the engineer, and later, co producer of the album Rumours, and he goes into detail about the making of the hit record It does go into very high depth of the technicalities of what engineers do, and some of it was a bit beyond me But it did get me intrigued,often than not, to go back, listen to each song and find the I have to state up front that I edited this book, which, of course, totally biases my opinion Plus when I m editing I m not reading for enjoyment so much as reading for construction, just as it s tough to appreciate the aesthetics of a good stone wall when you re building it So let me say what I love best about the book the technical details of recording I was especially interested in why there are various edits of a song and how a song is actually put together I was of a mind that it was b I have to state up front that I edited this book, which, of course, totally biases my opinion Plus when I m editing I m not reading for enjoyment so much as reading for construction, just as it s tough to appreciate the aesthetics of a good stone wall when you re building it So let me say what I love best about the book the technical details of recording I was especially interested in why there are various edits of a song and how a song is actually put together I was of a mind that it was better to risk going too far in this regard than not going far enough For instance, at one point, Ken briefly mentions the certain sound a particular piece 4 atars for the interesting bits about Fleetwood Mac and one of the greatest albums of all time IMO.1 star for Ken Caillat s overexposure of himself I found him quite full of himself in this narrative Hey Ken, I don t care who you slept with or how beautiful they were kay

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