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Fleetwood Mac Harmonize Live on 'Monday Morning' - Premiere

Hear a cut from the 1977 'Rumours' World Tour

Fleetwood Mac
Sam Emerson
December 14, 2012 9:00 AM ET

Click to listen to Fleetwood Mac's 'Monday Morning (Live, 1977 Rumours World Tour)'

Fleetwood Mac's seminal Rumours turns 35 next year. To celebrate, not only is the band reuniting for their first tour since 2009 – which kicks off April 4th in Columbus, Ohio – but they'll also re-release the classic album as a three-disc set. Out January 29th, the re-issue is packed with unreleased takes from the recording sessions and live recordings from their 1977 world tour.

Now you can hear one of those live cuts with this exclusive first listen of the band playing "Monday Morning." Those harmonies, as you'd expect, are spot on.

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