After Fleetwood Mac decided not to tour in 2012, Lindsey Buckingham packed his bags and hit the road with just his tour manager, a roadie and sound engineer -- and the result is his new album, One Man Show. He says, "It just turned out to be a really satisfying thing for me... I'm really quite proud of it."

Although they recorded every night of the tour, Buckingham says the September 1st show in Des Moines, Iowa really stuck out. The only thing that needed to be done in post-production was to to tighten the pace between songs.

Available exclusively on iTunes, One Man Show contains 13 songs spanning Buckingham's career, including such Fleetwood Mac staples as "Never Going Back Again," "Big Love," "I'm So Afraid" and "Go Your Own Way."

Buckingham and the Mac will begin rehearsals for their spring tour on February 15th in Los Angeles.