Fleetwood Mac - Over My Head (live)

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"Over My Head" is a rock song performed by Anglo-American music group Fleetwood Mac. The song was written by group keyboardist/vocalist Christine McVie. In December, 1975 "Over My Head" was released as the lead single from the LP album entitled Fleetwood Mac. It was the first song ever by the band Fleetwood Mac to achieve 'hit' status in the United States by appearing on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart (#20 in early 1976). Its success helped the group's eponymous 1975 album to sell 4.5 million copies. McVie has stated that she composed the song using an old, upright piano in a small apartment in Malibu, California, where she and then husband, Fleetwood Mac bassist John McVie resided after completing a concert tour to promote the previous Fleetwood Mac LP album Heroes Are Hard to Find. Though never confirmed by McVie, the song's lyric appears to suggest that it refers to the troubled McVie marriage, which would end in divorce in 1976.[3] The single version of the song, released for radio airplay was a re-mixed, edited version that is noticeably different than the version appearing on the Fleetwood Mac album; the single version can readily be distinguished by a cold start, versus the fade-up intro on the LP version, louder guitar strums in the choruses, and less ensemble vocal work overall.
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Artist: Fleetwood Mac
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