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Old 01-02-2008, 07:48 PM
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Oy, you wouldn't believe those scruffy, busybody fans back then, Paula, scrambling around after Stevie Nicks, photographing her, watching her every move. What creeps, lemme tell ya. They'd spend hours at the county assessor's office looking up the addresses of all her real estate holdings! But Stevie should have been smarter with the Marina del Rey condo. She knew before she bought it that it had a giant window, floor to ceiling, on the BEACH side! And the beach was easily accessible! Just amazing that Stevie bought that property & moved in. But if she hadn't, we might never have had the song Rock a Little!
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Old 01-02-2008, 08:03 PM
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Here's the Hilfiger clip - Studio City . . . .
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That living room (the wood beams) looks so fam. I think it's all running too much together after 30 years of fandom
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Old 01-10-2008, 01:43 PM
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Before she lived in mansions . . .

This article talks about a house in San Jose that was, reportedly, right next door to Stevie's.

http://www.metroactive.com/metro/01....leys-0802.html

Those of us who worshipped What's Happening will always cherish that episode where Rerun got busted for bootlegging the Doobie Brothers show and the message it taught all of us. Rerun was the lovable bulb-shaped dufus character and he couldn't get into the show, so a few thugs set him up with free tickets in trade for illegally taping the show. And the tape recorder fell out of his overcoat during the song, "Taking It to the Streets." That's right—back in the '70s you could actually go to jail for recording somebody's show. That entire episode is now, ironically, available on YouTube.

The 12th Street house sits right behind what's now the Naglee Park Garage, a small restaurant in the corner of the plaza at 11th and San Carlos, which includes a legendary downtown 7-Eleven and which functions as the western gateway to Naglee Park. Back in the early '70s, the Doobies lived, partied, rehearsed and did who knows what else in this house. Singer and guitarist Tom Johnston used to park his motorcycle on the porch of the place. Bikes were constantly out front. Skip Spence from Jefferson Airplane and Moby Grape also held court. According to the Doobies' Pat Simmons, Stevie Nicks, later of Fleetwood Mac, lived next door.

The house was an institution in downtown San Jose during those years and it should be in all the books. And speaking of that, Johnston himself actually appears in the San Jose City Directories at this address for the years 1971–1973, so the info is right there in the public domain for everyone to see.
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will always cherish that episode where Rerun got busted for bootlegging the Doobie Brothers show and the message it taught all of us. Rerun was the lovable bulb-shaped dufus character
Now this guy would have added much to the Stand Back video and performances.



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Hey you guys...

I may be wrong but the house from Youtube was her place in Encino that she hated.

I remember her saying she got attacked by killer bees there.

This was the Klonopin house I believe.

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Someone on youtube has posted it's in Laurel Canyon and that George Clooney now lives there
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That was the one. It was a powder blue condo right on the beach. If I can find my old picture of it (taken October 2, 1983, the afternoon of Stevie's show at the Forum), I'll post it.
Bumping this hoping for more information. I would love to see or read anything anyone has about the Rock A Little condo.

I am also curious about the Marina del Rey condo. Thanks everyone.

Information on these is scarce. She has such good taste in real estate, I just want to see.
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This was the Klonopin house I believe.

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LOLLLLLLL. The Klonopin house.
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