"Our roadie would bring out Harold on a big platter, as if he were the butler delivering tea," Fleetwood recalled. "Harold would be attached to my bass drum by way of a suction cup at his base and would spend the evening quivering and vibrating in an erect position at the ladies in our audience."
[Following the production of Tusk in 1979, the band almost split up when Stevie Nicks threatened to leave. The cause of her distress? The album had been named in honor of male genitalia.]