By David Browne
Updated September 10, 1993 at 04:00 AM EDT

This photo scrapbook of pop music’s most turbulent and mercurial band is little more than a coffee-table upgrade of the programs sold at big-name rock concerts. The text of My Twenty-Five Years in Fleetwood Mac, by veteran rock writer Stephen Davis, reads as if Fleetwood were standing over his shoulder; only a true believer would feel that after the departure of singer-guitarist Lindsey Buckingham the revamped Mac ”was once again putting on some of the best rock shows in the world.” But those who don’t want to stop thinking about yesterday will revel in the hundreds of black-and-white photos, which capture the band onstage, backstage, and in the studio during its ’70s glory years. B-

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