Future Games is the fifth studio album by British-American rock band Fleetwood Mac, released on 3 September 1971. It was recorded in the summer of 1971 at Advision Studios in London and was the first album to feature Christine McVie as a full member. This album was also the first of five albums to feature American guitarist Bob Welch. He was totally different background – R&B, sort of jazzy. He brought his personality, Mick Fleetwood said of Welch in a 1995 BBC interview
Label variation, different to Fleetwood Mac - Future Games. The sleeve is pale yellow with a black and white photo image of two children on the front face. The track play timings on the labels contain major errors as listed below A1 listed as 8:20 but is actually 5:16 A2 listed as 6:22 but is actually 5:28 B2 listed as 6:25 but is actually 5:27. Catalog variations and locations Sleeve back and spine: K44153 Disc labels: K 44153. On the sleeve: Stereo Reprise Records. Distributed by Kinney Record Group Ltd.
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The discography of Fleetwood Mac consists of 17 studio albums, 8 live albums, 23 compilation albums, one extended play single, and 62 singles. The 1967–1969 era Blue Horizon albums (Fleetwood Mac, Mr. Wonderful, The Pious Bird of Good Omen and Fleetwood Mac in Chicago) and 1971 outtakes album The Original Fleetwood Mac have been remastered and reissued on CD, as have the 1975–1987 era Warner Bros. studio albums Fleetwood Mac, Rumours, Tusk, Mirage, and Tango in the Night.
Fleetwood Mac's early days were marked by poor sales and a seemingly ever-shifting lineup. Future Games, their fifth record, arrived on Sept. 3, 1971, with a bit of temporary stability in the form of new guitarist Bob Welch and keyboardist Christine McVie. For McVie, the transition was easy. She'd been contributing to Fleetwood Mac albums since 1968's Mr. Wonderful; she joined full time after 1970's Kiln House, whose cover she painted. She was also married to the band's bass player, John McVie
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Veröffentlicht am 1971.
|A1||Woman Of A Thousand Years||5:16|
|A3||What A Shame||2:12|
|B1||Sands Of Time||7:35|
|B3||Lay It All Down||4:32|
|B4||Show Me A Smile||3:19|
- Record Company – Warner Bros. Records – 8122796549
- Manufactured By – Rhino Entertainment Company – 8122796549
NotesSticker on wrap with barcode and statement 'with original artwork'.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 081227965495
|K44153, K 44153||Fleetwood Mac||Future Games (LP, Album)||Reprise Records, Reprise Records||K44153, K 44153||UK||1971|
|none||Fleetwood Mac||Future Games (Reel, 4tr Stereo, Album)||Reprise Records||none||US||1971|
|RS 6465, 6465||Fleetwood Mac||Future Games (LP, Album, RE, Win)||Reprise Records, Reprise Records||RS 6465, 6465||US||1972|
|REP 44 153||Fleetwood Mac||Future Games (LP, Album, RE)||Reprise Records||REP 44 153||Germany||Unknown|
|4711||Fleetwood Mac||Future Games (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||747||4711||Saudi Arabia||Unknown|