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Old 09-24-2017, 07:22 AM
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Was there a reason why this song wasn't performed on the Rumours tour? I know it was there briefly at the beginning but then they got rid of it. You would have thought once it was issued as a single they would have added it back to the set list. They didn't even add it back for the summer 78 tour (although they added SISTERS OF THE MOON).
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Was there a reason why this song wasn't performed on the Rumours tour? I know it was there briefly at the beginning but then they got rid of it. You would have thought once it was issued as a single they would have added it back to the set list. They didn't even add it back for the summer 78 tour (although they added SISTERS OF THE MOON
They added "Sisters of the Moon" in 1978, a year before it was released, on "Tusk?" That's interesting. I didn't know that.
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They added "Sisters of the Moon" in 1978, a year before it was released, on "Tusk?" That's interesting. I didn't know that.
Well I believe they were doing GYOW during the White album tour.
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They added "Sisters of the Moon" in 1978, a year before it was released, on "Tusk?" That's interesting. I didn't know that.
Yep!! They got rid of OVER MY HEAD and SISTERS was added (as an encore). The setlist sequence changed somewhat (which is rare for Fleetwood Mac).
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The setlist sequence changed somewhat (which is rare for Fleetwood Mac).
Like maybe once per century?
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There used to be a great video of the live recording, but it's been taken down.
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Was there a reason why this song wasn't performed on the Rumours tour? I know it was there briefly at the beginning but then they got rid of it. You would have thought once it was issued as a single they would have added it back to the set list. They didn't even add it back for the summer 78 tour (although they added SISTERS OF THE MOON).
I have a live recording of Don't Stop on the 1978 tour. Recorded at The Cotton Bowl in Dallas. It's on vinyl so I can't give u a listen.
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