Half-speed mastered 180-gram deluxe double LP
Fleetwood Mac was already a popular blues band in 1969 when they released Then Play On, the group's stellar third studio album. It was the first with guitarist-songwriter Danny Kirwan and ultimately its last with founding member Peter Green. The album's powerful mix of blues and rock includes standout tracks like "Rattlesnake Shake," "Searching For Madge" and "Coming Your Way."
The album went on to reach No. 6 in the U.K., subsequently becoming the band's fourth Top 20 hit in a row, as well as their third album to reach the Top 10. The title is taken from the opening line of William Shakespeare's play Twelfth Night — "If music be the food of love, play on."
Expanded Celebration Edition features original U.K. tracklist plus 4 bonus tracks
Deluxe double LP
180-gram audiophile vinyl
Half-speed mastered for dynamic range
New sleevenotes by Anthony Bozza, which include a personal foreword by Mick Fleetwood