During The Recording Of Fleetwood Mac Stevie Rarely Stopped Dancing
In the early days of Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks was a free spirit who really got into the music. It was 1975 and drugs and music went together like shag carpeting and wooden wall paneling.
In the book Stevie Nicks: Visions, Dreams and Rumours, one of the album’s engineers, Ken Calliat, remembers that while he mixed “Rhiannon,” Stevie “whirled” around the studio. “She believed she had magical powers,” he said. “She probably thought she was chanting up a good mix.”