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Old 01-12-2018, 06:31 AM
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Very interesting video also knowing the band was on thin ice with one another and was able to have THE meltdown. In hindsight, I wish Lindsey would have done a limited tour with them for Tango and then hung it up.
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Are we sure the April 1 filming date is accurate? The video premiered on MTV on April 4. That's a pretty fast turn-around for post-processing and release.
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Christine looked really good during the Tango era.
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Yes but it was so 80's.
The worst part is when she started to add the "oh yeah's" to Gold Dust Woman. She brought them along on her 1989 solo tour and again for the Mac's 1990 tour.
Pick your path and I'll pray (OH YEAH)
Wake up in the morning...see your sunrise love to go down (OH YEAH)
You better put your kingdom up for sale (YOU BETTER SELL IT, SELL IT SELL IT SELL IT)
no no no no no no no no no no... not again babe... not again

I think the klonopin was kicking in during this time and she relied on such things to over compensate for the lack of intensity of her live performances. I HATE all live versions of Gold Dust Woman 1987-1990. The WORST was 1989 and the technotronic version of it
I looooove me some tranquilized GDW!

Especially the '89 version...
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I looooove me some tranquilized GDW!

Especially the '89 version...
I'd watch that over the crack-head dance any day!
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Are we sure the April 1 filming date is accurate? The video premiered on MTV on April 4. That's a pretty fast turn-around for post-processing and release.
Yes that is strange. I took the date from the actual video which the screen said April 1. However it was at the very end of the video. I have a theory. Usually the date is at the beginning of the video. Maybe the video was cut before the Seven Wonders video? Maybe it was April 1 they shot the Seven Wonders video?
Just a theory because it looks like a lot of spliced together parts of making the video.
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You just know that Lindsey must have been absolutely furious and annoyed that Warner insisted Stevie be prominent in the video even though she didn't participate in the recording of the song and isn't even on the track. Yet there she is, front and center, doing nothing but swishing her skirt. Somehow it worked for me. Actually it was easy to believe that maybe she was somewhere in the vocal mix, I only found out years later that she wasn't.
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I think the klonopin was kicking in during this time and she relied on such things to over compensate for the lack of intensity of her live performances. I HATE all live versions of Gold Dust Woman 1987-1990. The WORST was 1989 and the technotronic version of it
Ugh, I hate all live versions of her songs from 1987-1994. She didn't pull her crap back together until the Street Angel tour, in my opinion. But of course nowadays she has that same lack of intensity again, but not due to drugs. Now it's just normal aging. So we get chit-chat and stories.
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I love this! It's great to see behind the scenes - the 'Big Love' video has always been a favourite of mine. It seemed so moody and atmospheric - so sophisticated - and that effect of the camera endlessly pulling back was such a clever concept.

I wonder what Lindsey was noodling on his guitar between takes?
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I love this! It's great to see behind the scenes - the 'Big Love' video has always been a favourite of mine. It seemed so moody and atmospheric - so sophisticated - and that effect of the camera endlessly pulling back was such a clever concept.

I wonder what Lindsey was noodling on his guitar between takes?
He was probably thinking. "Gosh how much longer do I have to be around these people. Lets shoot these videos so I can get the hell out"
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