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Old 06-30-2015, 01:12 PM
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That's the only thing I hate about it, who would be doing that, Rick or Billy? My guess is Billy
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Stevie's backing vocals ARE killer, slightly behind the melody.. which is the big trend in pop now
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Love this song. It's very good. Stevie has great vocals on it.
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Stevie's vocals are quite unique. It was the closest sound we got to hearing the fab five sound since Lindsey's departure from the band.
Was "Heart of Stone" recorded during the Behind the Mask sessions or afterward?
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Old 07-03-2015, 01:01 AM
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Was "Heart of Stone" recorded during the Behind the Mask sessions or afterward?
my guess is afterwards.. BTM was "produced" by Greg Ladanyi... HoS was produced by Patrick Leonard, who , oddly, produced Madonna.
maybe they should bring him in to produce the new FM record if they ever do one!
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Old 07-03-2015, 09:46 PM
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Looking at some credits, here is the lineup

John McVie - Bass
Mick Fleetwood - Drums, Percussion
Christine McVie - Lead Vocals, Keyboards, Piano
Stevie Nicks - Backing Vocals
Billy Burnette - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Patrick Leonard - Producer

So no rick?
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Looking at some credits, here is the lineup

John McVie - Bass
Mick Fleetwood - Drums, Percussion
Christine McVie - Lead Vocals, Keyboards, Piano
Stevie Nicks - Backing Vocals
Billy Burnette - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Patrick Leonard - Producer

So no rick?
Well it's clearly evident in the credits. Rick was gone by then but Billy hung on a bit longer -- his last stint in Fleetwood Mac being the Time album and ensuing tour.
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Well it's clearly evident in the credits. Rick was gone by then but Billy hung on a bit longer -- his last stint in Fleetwood Mac being the Time album and ensuing tour.
Although, he did leave the band for about nine months to a year. If he hadn't, Dave Mason would probably have never been asked to join.

I think if Mick hadn't jumped the gun on hiring Bekka and just waited for Lindsey's tour to end, they could've gotten Lindsey back in late 1993 and made an album as a quartet, while touring as an augmented trio.
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Although, he did leave the band for about nine months to a year. If he hadn't, Dave Mason would probably have never been asked to join.

I think if Mick hadn't jumped the gun on hiring Bekka and just waited for Lindsey's tour to end, they could've gotten Lindsey back in late 1993 and made an album as a quartet, while touring as an augmented trio.



That would have been a nice chapter in the Fleetwood Mac book. I would have preferred that over Bekka and Dave .
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It's a very nice song but not as good as it's 'sister' song Love Shines.
Not really very close to top-5 in my opinion.
oh I'd vote the opposite. Love Shines is a decent song but a snoozer the way it was produced. It lacks a certain spark.
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oh I'd vote the opposite. Love Shines is a decent song but a snoozer the way it was produced. It lacks a certain spark.
I second this!
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oh I'd vote the opposite. Love Shines is a decent song but a snoozer the way it was produced. It lacks a certain spark.

That " spark " it lacks is Lindsey Buckingham.
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Although, he did leave the band for about nine months to a year. If he hadn't, Dave Mason would probably have never been asked to join.

I think if Mick hadn't jumped the gun on hiring Bekka and just waited for Lindsey's tour to end, they could've gotten Lindsey back in late 1993 and made an album as a quartet, while touring as an augmented trio.
Nice thought, but I think Lindsey still wasn't ready to even consider rejoining the band at that time. It took another four years before he decided to do The Dance.
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Nice thought, but I think Lindsey still wasn't ready to even consider rejoining the band at that time. It took another four years before he decided to do The Dance.
I dunno. He was on the road until August/September, 1993. I think he would have seen, in spite of the television interviews, music videos, live TV appearances, radio shows, and opening for Tina Turner, that he wasn't viable as a solo act. Give him a month off to count his losses and lick his wounds, send in Christine to butter him up with a clearing of the air moment, and he would have come back tail wagging. He was already back in the picture, at least somewhat, during the recording of "Tme" as noted by his appearance on the remake of Delaney Bramlett's "Nothing Without You."

Sorry, but I don't think that it's as simple as it has been portrayed. "Time" came out in October, 1995 and "Twisted" came out in May, 1996. When have this crew ever done something that back-to-back in FIVE MONTHS? Really? Mick, Lindsey, and Stevie (you know, the three in the band who actually had issues with each other) were suddenly, out of the blue, "I called him up and he came over" okay with each other, AND a week later Mick, the McVies, and Stevie (and ironically, Steve Winwood...from Traffic...Dave Mason's old band...filling in for Lindsey) all appear together at the Kentucky Derby??? "Time" bombs upon release, and five months later the "Rumours" band is basically back together? Yeah, that's coincidental.

In all reality, Lindsey was back in the picture some time in 1995. That's when Mick, John, and Christine started working with him again. The only problem was the band was under contractual obligations with Dave Mason and Bekka Bramlett. "Time" never stood a chance because everybody in the band and the label knew that the "Rumours" band was getting back together. I suspect that's why Fleetwood Mac went on that REO tour. That way, any chance for credibility the band might have developed immediately goes away, and Lindsey and Stevie come riding back on their white horses to save the band.
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oh I'd vote the opposite. Love Shines is a decent song but a snoozer the way it was produced. It lacks a certain spark.
I think they're both excellent, really. The best Christine on record with the band since Little Lies and, before that, Love in Store and Hold Me.
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