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Neil Finn on his new album with son Liam, and joining Fleetwood Mac

LOS ANGELES - It's often said that belonging to a band is akin to being in a family. It's an analogy that New Zealand popmeister Neil Finn has taken to heart over the years.

For every venerated collaborative project such as Split Enz, Crowded House or 7 Worlds Collide, he's alternately brought members of his biological and matrimonial families together to record and tour.

He's now adding one more musical family to his artistic resume in joining Fleetwood Mac. Finn, along with Tom Petty's longtime lead guitarist and frequent co-songwriter Mike Campbell, will be a part of the first major realignment of that group's lineup since the '70s, a shift that's occurred in the wake of the departure of Lindsey Buckingham.

"It's starting to add up to a pretty strange track history," Finn, 60, said over lunch on a shady covered concrete slab in

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