Intro Vid Change, Upcoming 1982 Slideshow

Got J.Geils Band “Freeze Frame” as our new Intro vid for the week, this was popular 35 years ago. Enjoy!

I’m working on a slideshow of the Billboard best albums in 1982 and also 1992 coming up. The 1982 version will be first and 1992 will come second. We should have the 1982 version up this week!


Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours 40th anniversary


Fleetwood Mac
Fleetwood Mac / From L to R; Fleetwood, Nicks, Buckingham, John McVie, Christine McVie

Yes, it has been 40 years since Fleetwood Mac’s best album was released on February 4th, 1977. Rumours was the second album since Lindsey Buckingham (guitar, vocals) and Stevie Nicks’ (vocals) entrance, along with them was Christine McVie (keyboards, vocals), her then recently divorced husband John McVie (bass guitar) and Mick Fleetwood (drums). The 11-song album spun 6 hits often heard on classic rock radio, including “Dreams,” “Don’t Stop,” “Go Your Own Way,” “The Chain,” “You Make Loving Fun,” and the haunting final track, “Gold Dust Woman.”


The title of the album was inspired by the press’ interest in the turmoil going on with the lives after the bands self-titled release in 1975. Buckingham and Nicks were in an on/off relationship. The McVie’s divorced but still continued their music together and Christine still used the McVie name (nee Perfect). And Mick Fleetwood had found out his then wife Jenny was cheating on him.

The majority of the album was recorded at The Record Plant in Satuitio, California. A noted exception would be song “Songbird” was recorded at Zellerbach Auditorium, which involved only Christine McVie at vocals and piano and Buckingham at acoustic guitar. Another song not involving all five members is “Never Going Back Again” which features only Buckingham at vocals and guitar.

The album was produced by Richard Dashut, Ken Caillat and also Fleetwood Mac. Dashut and Caillat also played the role of engineering the album. Rumours had a set release in September 1976, but issues arose with the mixing. The band had to cancel a tour to come back to fix the problem. The release came on the 4th of February, 1977, and the rest is history. Before the album release, “Go Your Own Way” was pushed as a promotional single.  “Don’t Stop” would be used for Bill Clinton’s presidential campaign in 1992. All five members involved with the Rumours album reunited to perform at the 1993 Presidential Inaugural Ball.

The official launch!

Hell yes! We have finally launched Eighties and Nineties! You can find us at I officially launched on Groundhog Day 2017, no special reason why I launched the website this day, it just happens to be Groundhog Day today. Not a big fan of that day, but I do like the movie.

Ned Ryerson!!!

Anyways, if you are at this site on or a little past Groundhog Day 2017, there ain’t s–t here at the moment. We plan on having some more content by the end of the month. Fleetwood Mac is doing a 30th year anniversary of their album Tango in the Night, and I plan on making a post about that.

Until then, if you like 80s video games? Well, take a look at one of my five current sites (including this one), take a look at Retro Baseball Love.

Also, we will change the ‘cover’ to this website each week with a music video from either the 80s or the 90s. We started our site with Asia’s “Heat of the Moment” to honor John Wetton (RIP). That sucks, I really wanted to see Asia and Journey tour together.