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bwboy 03-01-2018 09:34 PM

Wish list for Behind the Mask Deluxe Edition
 
It seems unlikely a Deluxe Edition of Behind the Mask will be released, but if it is, here is what I would love to see on it:

Disc 1- the 13 original tracks remastered, along with the cd+g graphics that came with the original release.

Disc 2- other songs recorded by this lineup, such as As Long As You Follow, No Questions Asked, Paper Doll, Heart of Stone, and Love Shines; plus unreleased songs such as Game of Love, Victim of Love, and others I am unaware of; and outtakes or alternate takes.

Disc 3- audio of the 1987 Tango in the Night concert, along with select tracks from the 1990 Behind the Mask tour.

Disc 4- DVD of the 1987 Tango in the Night concert, along with select tracks from the 1990 Behind the Mask tour; and videos for As Long As You Follow, Save Me, Skies the Limit, In the Back of My Mind, Paper Doll, and Love Shines.

Disc 5- DVD Audio of the original album.

What is your wish list for this album?

Macfan4life 03-02-2018 02:12 PM

Its a pipe dream and will never happen but I am a dreamer ;)

I am sure there are lost tracks that none of us have heard. I want to hear all the demos. I want to isolate Lindsey's playing on BTM and hear it. I bet there are different versions of the song too.
I prefer to have the entire 1990 tour with outtakes from 1987. I think the band was more comfortable then and sounded better IMHO.

bwboy 03-02-2018 09:00 PM

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Originally Posted by Macfan4life (Post 1221068)
I prefer to have the entire 1990 tour with outtakes from 1987. I think the band was more comfortable then and sounded better IMHO.

I agree with that, but I don't think there's much footage out there from the BTM tour. I do remember folks here saying the concert clips seen in the Skies the Limit video were filmed after a FM concert in 1990 (I think at Red Rocks), so it's possible some or the entire concert was filmed then as well.

I'd love to see either one, or both concerts released.

Macfan4life 03-02-2018 09:33 PM

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Originally Posted by bwboy (Post 1221082)
I agree with that, but I don't think there's much footage out there from the BTM tour. I do remember folks here saying the concert clips seen in the Skies the Limit video were filmed after a FM concert in 1990 (I think at Red Rocks), so it's possible some or the entire concert was filmed then as well.

I'd love to see either one, or both concerts released.

If you scroll back on this thread I posted some excellent 1990 concerts in Gainsville and Miami. The Gainsville show was the first stop of the "Farewell tour" after Christine's father's funeral. The BTM tour was postponed early July 1990 and resumed in the fall dubbed the "Farewell Tour". I really liked the set list and Landslide returning after a decade out of the set. I think the 1990 tour has the best live versions of Stand Back ever. Stevie really turned on the attitude :) I have a VHS copy of the Allentown, PA concert where a fan runs on stage and almost tackles Stevie during the beginning of Stand Back. She just shrugs her shoulders and never misses a beat.

AnthonyMI 03-04-2018 11:25 AM

I have an AMAZINGV 1990 Rhiannon Sound Board recording somewhere. She sounds like she did in late 70s and hots many of the high notes and goes for the high ending notes. It also has the guitar solo. Itís way better than the Dance version and anything since.

Macfan4life 03-04-2018 08:46 PM

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Originally Posted by AnthonyMI (Post 1221092)
I have an AMAZINGV 1990 Rhiannon Sound Board recording somewhere. She sounds like she did in late 70s and hots many of the high notes and goes for the high ending notes. It also has the guitar solo. Itís way better than the Dance version and anything since.

One thing Stevie did in 1990 during Rhiannon was go sit on the side of the stage during the guitar solo. It was vintage and something she did in the 1970's and has never done since.
I knew someone that saw the Mac in 1979 and Stevie sitting on the side of the stage freaked them out and said "her brains are fried."

WatchChain 04-09-2018 08:09 PM

wish it never happened

Murrow 05-11-2018 05:00 AM

The time is ripe. Back in 1990, Fleetwood Mac weíre trying to prove that they could still make great music with two new guys on guitar in addition to Chris, Stevie and the core rhythm section. Sound familiar?

Fannymac 09-12-2018 03:27 AM

Both Rick and Billy have stated numerous times that there is a ton of unreleased material. I really hope it happens for it's 30th anniversary!

David 09-15-2018 09:27 PM

I'm always up for hearing studio tracks I've never heard.

Other than that, the only thing I'd want is video and/or audio of the Burbank rehearsal in March, or concerts from the first couple of months--for example, the Cal Expo show in Sacramento, where everybody was on top of things and they did "When the Sun Goes Down" with Christine on accordion.

the fall and winter dates of the 1990 tour are not favorites of mine by any stretch. Stevie and her fog ruined a lot of songs.

By the way, there is radio-quality concert stuff from 1988 from Germany. It's a lot "truer" than the weirdly doubled vocals on the U.S. video release from San Francisco. The latter really and truly sounds like sh|t whenever there's a Nicks song. I guess the others sound all right (I'm thinking of "Everywhere"), but the video production is Cream Cheese with that constantly flying camera and slow motion/stop motion. It was just more Marty Callner crud that lowered the bar for a band that always prided itself on craftsmanship.

Macfan4life 09-16-2018 05:34 AM

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Originally Posted by David (Post 1236841)
I'm always up for hearing studio tracks I've never heard.

Other than that, the only thing I'd want is video and/or audio of the Burbank rehearsal in March, or concerts from the first couple of months--for example, the Cal Expo show in Sacramento, where everybody was on top of things and they did "When the Sun Goes Down" with Christine on accordion.

the fall and winter dates of the 1990 tour are not favorites of mine by any stretch. Stevie and her fog ruined a lot of songs.

By the way, there is radio-quality concert stuff from 1988 from Germany. It's a lot "truer" than the weirdly doubled vocals on the U.S. video release from San Francisco. The latter really and truly sounds like sh|t whenever there's a Nicks song. I guess the others sound all right (I'm thinking of "Everywhere"), but the video production is Cream Cheese with that constantly flying camera and slow motion/stop motion. It was just more Marty Callner crud that lowered the bar for a band that always prided itself on craftsmanship.

Oh wow, I would love to see and hear Chris on accordion on When The Sun Goes Down. I sort of agree. After Christine's father's passing when the tour was postponed, the Farewell Tour had more "Stevie fog." However, believe it or not but the 1990 Farewell concert is one of my all time favorite Mac concerts. Christine was such a professional and almost silent leader of the band of substance abusers.
I really like the album Behind the Mask. However, I doubt anyone would invest such time and money in putting out demos and anniversary editions for an album that did so poor in sales. For hardcore fans like us, its a no brainer. But I fear these tracks will never be heard. I would even like an audio of Sara during the 1988 tour of Europe.

jbrownsjr 09-24-2018 08:24 AM

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Originally Posted by bwboy (Post 1221057)
It seems unlikely a Deluxe Edition of Behind the Mask will be released, but if it is, here is what I would love to see on it:

Disc 1- the 13 original tracks remastered, along with the cd+g graphics that came with the original release.

Disc 2- other songs recorded by this lineup, such as As Long As You Follow, No Questions Asked, Paper Doll, Heart of Stone, and Love Shines; plus unreleased songs such as Game of Love, Victim of Love, and others I am unaware of; and outtakes or alternate takes.

Disc 3- audio of the 1987 Tango in the Night concert, along with select tracks from the 1990 Behind the Mask tour.

Disc 4- DVD of the 1987 Tango in the Night concert, along with select tracks from the 1990 Behind the Mask tour; and videos for As Long As You Follow, Save Me, Skies the Limit, In the Back of My Mind, Paper Doll, and Love Shines.

Disc 5- DVD Audio of the original album.

What is your wish list for this album?

I loved this tour. And I didn't mind this album like a lot of people do. I put it in and let it go. I can't stand Second Time. But, I'm ok with everything else.

A long time ago, ChiliD had sent me all the unreleased tracks. I wonder if I can find them. 4 Computers ago.

Street_Dreamer 09-24-2018 02:17 PM

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Originally Posted by jbrownsjr (Post 1237574)
I loved this tour. And I didn't mind this album like a lot of people do. I put it in and let it go. I can't stand Second Time. But, I'm ok with everything else.

A long time ago, ChiliD had sent me all the unreleased tracks. I wonder if I can find them. 4 Computers ago.

Try this: http://www.mediafire.com/file/r7z32o...emaskdemos.zip

jbrownsjr 09-24-2018 03:38 PM

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Originally Posted by Street_Dreamer (Post 1237597)

You have saved me so much time!! :thumbsup:

SteveMacD 09-24-2018 05:17 PM

Victim of Love, Got No Home, and Game of Love were great. How they picked “Stand on the Rocks” over “Intuition” is something that is still curious to me.


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