First Ever Compilation From Rock & Roll Hall Of Famer Highlights Songs From Her Solo Career, Newly Remastered By Glyn Johns, Along With Two Unreleased Studio Recordings.
Christine McVie was not only the songwriter and vocalist for many of Fleetwood Mac's biggest hits (“Don't Stop,” “Everywhere,” and “Little Lies”), but she also released some stunning solo albums during her Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame career. Rhino puts those recordings centre stage on the very first compilation to spotlight McVie as solo artist.
SONGBIRD (A SOLO COLLECTION) will be available on June 24, with pre-orders available now. The collection features songs that were remastered by legendary producer Glyn Johns, who worked closely with McVie on the project. The collection includes a selection of songs from two of her solo albums - 1984's Christine McVie and 2004's In The Meantime - plus two previously unreleased studio recordings including “Slowdown,” which was originally written for the 1985 film American Flyers.
The liner notes that accompany SONGBIRD find McVie paired with acclaimed English radio DJ and broadcaster Johnnie Walker for a conversation that touches on every song from the collection.