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elle 11-17-2017 08:44 AM

#CryingUncontrollably (last BuckVie show)
 
Lindsey was crying... not uncontrollably. :angel: but he started at the end of GOP and didn't stop through final bows through burying his head in Christine's shoulder and the two of them finally exiting the stage. it was beautiful and karmic and not circular. :xoxo: he's one emotional puppy! (i thought i recorded it but i didn't. if anyone finds the final bows of BuckVie please plesae share!)

it was a fantastic final show. they gave it all and then so much more... putting little unexpected flourishes in solos (LB) and singing (CM). you could see they were well aware this may easily be the last time they will ever perform these new songs live.

HomerMcvie 11-17-2017 09:05 AM

See! That's how much this projects means to them. All the animosity is gone! I'll bet he would say, in his heart of hearts, that this has been the most enjoyable project he's ever done.

Thank you for sharing that.:woohoo:


You know, in the other threads about spousal abuse, etc(and I do believe most of it), I LOVE how time and age finally gave him a heart, and he seems to have let all the anger go...

button-lip 11-17-2017 10:24 AM

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Originally Posted by elle (Post 1218668)
Lindsey was crying... not uncontrollably. :angel: but he started at the end of GOP and didn't stop through final bows through burying his head in Christine's shoulder and the two of them finally exiting the stage. it was beautiful and karmic and not circular. :xoxo: he's one emotional puppy! (i thought i recorded it but i didn't. if anyone finds the final bows of BuckVie please plesae share!)

it was a fantastic final show. they gave it all and then so much more... putting little unexpected flourishes in solos (LB) and singing (CM). you could see they were well aware this may easily be the last time they will ever perform these new songs live.

Ok, now I'm crying again, and in front of a bunch of strangers. At least, last night it was in front of you guys. :xoxo:

How was it that any of us could record it?! I'm sure someone did and will share.

I did record Christine thanking the crew. And that's when it probably hit him this was the last show. :distress:


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Originally Posted by HomerMcvie (Post 1218669)
See! That's how much this projects means to them. All the animosity is gone! I'll bet he would say, in his heart of hearts, that this has been the most enjoyable project he's ever done.

Thank you for sharing that.:woohoo:


You know, in the other threads about spousal abuse, etc(and I do believe most of it), I LOVE how time and age finally gave him a heart, and he seems to have let all the anger go...

The crowd was fantastic last night, since the very first song. And Lindsey was HAPPY! Even through his tears, he was happy. ;)

Macfan4life 11-17-2017 10:58 AM

This is incredible. Lindsey has played a million concerts. He knows how special this really was. They are SO proud of their record and like true artists want to share it with the world. I only wish I saw more than one show (shame on me) but I am so thankful I got to see them perform together. 6 months ago if you would have asked me if I wanted a Fleetwood Mac world tour or another Buck/McVie album and tour I would have taken the Mac concert. After seeing Buck/McVie live, I have changed my opinion. I know there is no way to stop the Mac world tour but this incredible moment was definitely a highlight of all my Mac/solo shows. Lindsey loves to create. He is so passionate about new music. What an incredible night. I wish I could have been there.

Lola 11-17-2017 11:39 AM

I would have cried too. This entire experience has been so emotional. Surprised and excited about the new music, thrilled when they added a second leg to the tour. Frustration with Stevie initially but that faded. The new music is a blessing to Lindsey and Chris, the creators and for us the fans. They're creative expressive people doing what they're born to do. I never imagined this chapter just like I never thought Chris would come back. It's all pro---no cons as far as I'm concerned. We're living thru music history. I love how it worked out and thankful every day. The last show is always kind of special but this had to be over the top!

BigAl84 11-17-2017 02:48 PM

I have to say, due to the tour, all of the excitement, and seeing them both so happy...I completely forgot that this was originally the hopeful start of a Fleetwood Mac record. I think it worked out for the best, they both had a blast. Assuming good health and the time to do it, I think we'll hear from this pairing again. Had it been a FM album, it would of certainly been the last and who knows if Chris & Lindsey would have even considered this collaboration or realized it's even possible.

Also huge props to the sound technician that came aboard on the second leg. Talk about creating a 360 from where they were on the first leg. Jimmy was right - he nailed it!

jbrownsjr 11-17-2017 03:22 PM

I was so wrong. I wanted Stevie to be involved and I'm so glad she wasn't.

This was more successful that I could ever imagine. I got to see Buckingham AND McVie at the Greek to a sold out crazy noisy crowd. It was one of the best things I've ever seen. They rocked the house and I'll never forget it.

I'll take this over another FM tour. New music!!! Artists doing more than collecting $$ and worrying about SALES!! No FAKE RELATIONSHIP!!!

Life is good!

Murrow 11-17-2017 04:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HomerMcvie (Post 1218669)
See! That's how much this projects means to them. All the animosity is gone! I'll bet he would say, in his heart of hearts, that this has been the most enjoyable project he's ever done.

Thank you for sharing that.:woohoo:


You know, in the other threads about spousal abuse, etc(and I do believe most of it), I LOVE how time and age finally gave him a heart, and he seems to have let all the anger go...

There wasn't a lot of animosity between those two was there? Apart from the night he mimicked Stevie on the Tusk tour and the night he quit in 87.

elle 11-17-2017 07:02 PM

#CryingUncontrollably
 


jbrownsjr 11-17-2017 07:57 PM

Wow!!! Those are beautiful photos.. Christine is just stunning.

Macfan4life 11-18-2017 04:38 AM

That raw emotion really shows how much Christine and Lindsey loved this project. I am sad too we don't get anymore concert reviews :(

Lola 11-18-2017 07:52 AM

I'm getting choked up just looking at these pics. Thank you for sharing and for having the presence of mind to take them! I might have been so caught up in the moment I would have forgotten about my phone/camera. It's gonna be hard shifting gears now--I guess the white album reissue is up next(and the holidays). We probably won't hear much about BuckVie now....

sue 11-18-2017 08:38 AM

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Originally Posted by jbrownsjr (Post 1218679)
I was so wrong. I wanted Stevie to be involved and I'm so glad she wasn't.

This was more successful that I could ever imagine. I got to see Buckingham AND McVie at the Greek to a sold out crazy noisy crowd. It was one of the best things I've ever seen. They rocked the house and I'll never forget it.

I'll take this over another FM tour. New music!!! Artists doing more than collecting $$ and worrying about SALES!! No FAKE RELATIONSHIP!!!

Life is good!

Oh goodness you are so right...
I didnít even want to hear BuckVie without Stevie, but bought their cd.
I have played it loads and loads itís so good now.
Very Rumouresque...
I love it. Wish they had toured the UK.
I still kind of miss Stevieís harmonies...BUT and itís a big BUT.
Itís new music........join in you silly moo !!!!!!!!

elle 11-18-2017 10:56 AM

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Originally Posted by Lola (Post 1218706)
I'm getting choked up just looking at these pics. Thank you for sharing and for having the presence of mind to take them! I might have been so caught up in the moment I would have forgotten about my phone/camera. It's gonna be hard shifting gears now--I guess the white album reissue is up next(and the holidays). We probably won't hear much about BuckVie now....

i wish i had the presence of mind but it was just the opposite! i thought i was taking a video but did that old turn it on when you think it's off and the other way around. i was in a perfect position too! :distress: these were taken by Aim275@AmyWeisel and i'm so glad SHE did have the presence of mind, even if we don't have a video.

shifting gears to Buck solo coming fast and furious some time right after the holidays!! Lindsey has been telling in interviews and to fans who met him in the last couple of weeks that new solo album and tour coming up probably in March! :]:]

i'm really happy about upcoming solo LB but this is so bittersweet, and seeing BuckVie together in such a happy place and and getting to hear their duets from present and the past and some deeper Chris FM cuts was fantastic... they were both in such great voice these last few shows especially! Chris' voice was so warm and full and her harmonies were cranked up in the mix and they were doing real duets. so i'm taking my time to mourn the ending of this beautiful gift we were given. :nod::xoxo:

Lola 11-18-2017 11:48 AM

Thanks for triggering my memory bank about LB solo, I remember interview talk about this now. Shifting gears again! As for a video who knows--maybe someone hasn't posted it yet or didn't realize they have some footage(dumb I know but I can hope).


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