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Old 09-18-2018, 07:24 PM
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Too Far Gone is so Fleetwood Mac. It's a cross between Tusk and World Turning. Watching them do it live was amazing. The crowds went crazy.

I so love this song and it was amazing live. This entire album is so Fleetwood Mac. Lindsey definitely did his best “Stevie voice” on so many of the tracks to give it that classic MAC sound.
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Old 09-18-2018, 07:47 PM
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never thought about it that way. i did always feel bad for Mick because that was his drum solo that Jimmy was getting acclaim and admiration for. needless to say, now i'm smugly glad undeserving Mick never got to soak that up live.

loved Chris singing and dancing upfront at the stage with her maracas on this. the whole band was rocking!

still hope we get to eventually hear some of those BuckVie songs live again! (we probably would have this fall with Lindsey's original plan of Chris guesting on some of his solo gigs in between FM dates.)
Well, Jimmy's part on TFG is pretty amazing. I remember us cheering for Jimmy at the end of the concerts and Lindsey looking at Christine like: "look what we've got here". He was amused and a bit jealous.

Still don't know how to feel about Christine. I think it was a smart move what he did the other day on IG. He's hoping to reach out to her. Hope it works.
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never thought about it that way. i did always feel bad for Mick because that was his drum solo that Jimmy was getting acclaim and admiration for. needless to say, now i'm smugly glad undeserving Mick never got to soak that up live.

loved Chris singing and dancing upfront at the stage with her maracas on this. the whole band was rocking!

still hope we get to eventually hear some of those BuckVie songs live again! (we probably would have this fall with Lindsey's original plan of Chris guesting on some of his solo gigs in between FM dates.)
Power corrupts, my love. $tevie did not let that happen.

You have me drooling thinking of seeing BuckVie again (inbetween the cash grab concert)
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never thought about it that way. i did always feel bad for Mick because that was his drum solo that Jimmy was getting acclaim and admiration for. needless to say, now i'm smugly glad undeserving Mick never got to soak that up live.

loved Chris singing and dancing upfront at the stage with her maracas on this. the whole band was rocking!

still hope we get to eventually hear some of those BuckVie songs live again! (we probably would have this fall with Lindsey's original plan of Chris guesting on some of his solo gigs in between FM dates.)
there was a lot of pre recorded drums on that song live.
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there was a lot of pre recorded drums on that song live.


Yes....there was a lot of pre recorded music and vocals on most of the set but what a great show.
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Old 09-18-2018, 11:38 PM
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there was a lot of pre recorded drums on that song live.
That tour in general was basically just a bunch of prerecorded tracks.
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there was a lot of pre recorded drums on that song live.
I agree. I NEVER thought that that was Jimmy actually playing. Their show was 60+% tracks.

Unfortunately, almost everybody does that now.
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I agree. I NEVER thought that that was Jimmy actually playing. Their show was 60+% tracks.

Unfortunately, almost everybody does that now.
I loved their opening with just the two of them. It was sublime for me.
Getting to hear WYWH!! uhhhhh I want to go again.
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I loved their opening with just the two of them. It was sublime for me.
Getting to hear WYWH!! uhhhhh I want to go again.
I thought it was a little awkward opening with four acoustic numbers(I think they would have made a better "middle break").

I wish we had a DVD of that tour! You know, Fleetwood Mac's swan song.
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I thought it was a little awkward opening with four acoustic numbers(I think they would have made a better "middle break").

I wish we had a DVD of that tour! You know, Fleetwood Mac's swan song.
At first, I thought it would be awkward. But the crowd settled so nicely and starting going crazy when they performed.
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