Lindsey Buckingham, who was born on 3 October 1949 in Palo Alto, California, is now a successful solo artist with a string of records to his name, including his latest, a self-titled album released in September 2021. But he will always have a special place in the hearts of Fleetwood Mac fans. His remarkable contribution to the band encompasses his marvellous guitar playing, singing and songwriting. Here we pick Lindsey Buckingham’s ten best Fleetwood Mac moments.
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10: Monday Morning (from ‘Fleetwood Mac’, 1975)
Monday Morning, a breezy, entertaining pop hit, was written by Buckingham when he and his girlfriend Stevie Nicks were performing as the duo Buckingham Nicks. He offered the song to Fleetwood Mac after the pair joined the band, and it appeared on their self-titled 1975 album Monday Morning is a catchy folk-pop anthem featuring a strong melody progression and skilful lead guitar work from Buckingham, who also took lead vocals. One of the earliest examples of what the best of Lindsey Buckingham could bring to Fleetwood Mac, the song was an impressive way to announce his importance to his new bandmates.