Sending Out Birthdays Wishes To John McVie

John Graham "Mac" McVie

British bass guitarist was born on November 26th of 1945

Known as a member of the rock bands

John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers

Fleetwood Mac

John's surname combined with that of Mick Fleetwood 

was the inspiration for the band's name

of Fleetwood Mac

John McVie was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998 as a member of Fleetwood Mac


With Fleetwood Mac

1968 Fleetwood Mac

         Bass on all tracks except Long Grey Mare

1968 Mr. Wonderful

1969 Then Play On

         credited for the instrumental Searching For Madge

1970 Kiln House

         co-wrote Station Man and Jewel Eyed Judy

1971 Future Games

1972 Bare Trees 

1973 Penguin

         Bass on all tracks except Revelation and The Derelict

1973 Mystery to Me co-wrote "Forever"

1974 Heroes Are Hard to Find

1975 Fleetwood Mac Appears 

1977 Rumours11Co-Wrote "The Chain"

1979 Tusk 

1980 Live 

1982 Mirage Backing vocals on Gypsy B-Side "Cool Water"

1987 Tango in the Night 

1988 Greatest Hits 

1990 Behind the Mask 

1995 Time 

1997 The Dance

         featured on background vocals on Say You Love Me

2003 Say You Will 

With John Mayall's Bluesbreakers
1965 John Mayall Plays & John Mayall Live at Klooks Kleek

1966 Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton 

1967 A Hard Road 

1967 Crusade 

Solo albums
1992 John McVie's Gotta Band with Lola Thomas 
With Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie

2017 Lindsey Buckingham/Christine McVie

Songwriting credits for Fleetwood Mac

1969  Searching For Madge  (John McVie)

1970  On We Jam  (McVie, Jeremy Spencer, Danny Kirwan, Peter Green, Mick Fleetwood)

1970  Station Man  (McVie, Spencer, Kirwan)

1970  Jewel-Eyed Judy  (McVie, Fleetwood, Kirwan)

1971  The Purple Dancer  (McVie, Kirwan, Fleetwood)

1971  What A Shame  (McVie, Fleetwood, Kirwan, Christine McVie, Bob Welch)

1973  Forever  (McVie, Bob Weston, Welch)

1975 Jam No.2  (McVie, Fleetwood, C. McVie, Lindsey Buckingham)

1977  The Chain  (McVie, Fleetwood, Buckingham, Stevie Nicks, C. McVie)

1977 For Duster (The Blues)  (McVie, Fleetwood,            Buckingham, C. McVie)

1995 Winds of Change  (McVie, Fleetwood, Kit Hain)


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