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Old 11-02-2018, 09:12 PM
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he's said this in interviews, that many songs really should have been listed as co-writes. I can't recall if I heard it on something with RedBeard or Johnny Walker.......
oh interesting... would love to read that, i don't think i remember that. maybe after Dave Stewart co-writing credits?

maybe that's why SN didn't wanna work with him again? she worked her whole career to try to get away from the notion that his contributions to her songs made them great... she was not gonna go back to co-writes with him at the end, even if she needs a co-writer.

and taking it even further, maybe that's partly responsible for her "him or me" ultimatum and his sacking too. the 2 of them are always so unhealthily competitive with each other. she's finally managed getting rid of the guy who so many people seem to think is hugely responsible for her success.
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Default Lindsey On Attributing Co-Songwriting Credits

During an interview with Christine – 24:04-24:38: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TL3pNADcsbQ

“There’s always been a kind of a loose sense of co-writership that has existed with the two of us. As someone who was producing those Fleetwood Mac albums, sometimes it’s a fine line between taking a strong hand in production and co-writing. And it may be the politics that dictate how you–you know–attribute credit for something like that. And that probably applied to Stevie as well.”

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