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Old 07-24-2015, 10:59 AM
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Yes, it's the only Stevie song in this set because the band prior to the 80s filmed only part of their concerts.


P.S. This is the setlist of the entire show:
  1. Get Like You Used to Be
  2. Station Man
  3. Spare Me a Little of Your Love
  4. Rhiannon
  5. Monday Morning
  6. Why
  7. Landslide
  8. Crystal
  9. Frozen Love
  10. Over My Head
  11. Say You Love Me
  12. I'm So Afraid
  13. Oh Well
  14. The Green Manalishi (With the Two Prong Crown)
  15. World Turning
  16. Blue Letter
http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/fleetw...j-bd25d6e.html

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Old 07-24-2015, 11:28 AM
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Yes, it's the only Stevie song in this set because the band prior to the 80s filmed only part of their concerts.


P.S. This is the setlist of the entire show:
  1. Get Like You Used to Be
  2. Station Man
  3. Spare Me a Little of Your Love
  4. Rhiannon
  5. Monday Morning
  6. Why
  7. Landslide
  8. Crystal
  9. Frozen Love
  10. Over My Head
  11. Say You Love Me
  12. I'm So Afraid
  13. Oh Well
  14. The Green Manalishi (With the Two Prong Crown)
  15. World Turning
  16. Blue Letter
http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/fleetw...j-bd25d6e.html
Must've been a one-off set because:

"Crystal"? I don't recall them ever playing that in concert (I saw numerous shows in '75)

"Say You Love Me"? I didn't think they played this until they released it as a single (replacing "Get Like You Used To Be" after the beginning of '76)

"Monday Morning"? I don't recall them playing this until '76 (when they replaced "Station Man" with it)

Too bad they didn't keep "Frozen Love" in the set, just wish the 2 bootlegs I have of those were of such poor sound quality.

The set at pretty much every show I saw back in '75 was:

Get Like You Used To Be
Station Man
Spare Me A Little Of Your Love
Rhiannon
Oh Well
Why
Landslide
Over My Head
I'm So Afraid
Green Manalishi
World Turning
Blue Letter


(then the encores, depending if they were an opening act or a headliner)
as opening act:
Rattlesnake Shake

as headliner:
Don't Let Me Down Again
Hypnotized


Occasionally, they'd insert an early version of "Go Your Own Way" between "Over My Head" & "I'm So Afraid" when they headlined.
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Old 07-24-2015, 11:39 AM
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It's true, but this is the only setlist.
Crystal has been played on ther Buckingham Nicks tour, so I won't say it's totally impossible, but it's strange.
As you already said, Frozen love is on more than one bootleg so it could totally have been played. My bootlegs aren't so ****ty, what quality are yours?

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Old 07-24-2015, 12:18 PM
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As others have noted, this is only part of the set. She often sang Landslide, too. But there were some early shows where Stevie only sang lead in one song. A good example is the Largo show (filmed in its entirety) where she only sings Rhiannon. That show's set was as follows:

Get Like You Used to Be
Station Man
Spare Me a Little
Rhiannon
Why
I'm So Afraid
Oh Well
Green Manalishi
World Turning
Don't Let Me Down Again
Blue Letter
Hypnotized

I could be messing up the order in some places, but that's what they played.

Oh--I now see ChilD already answered this. Oh Well (pun intended)

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Old 07-24-2015, 12:22 PM
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Do we know for certain that the Largo show is unedited?
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Do we know for certain that the Largo show is unedited?
It seems complete. If it were edited, possibly the only song removed from it would have been Landslide, which is pretty unlikely considering it was featured on many of the bootlegs that WERE edited.

However, who knows? It's possible. Stevie's role in those very early shows (before 1976) were pretty limited. The band weren't entirely sure how to use her, and she herself felt unsure of her place in the band. It wasn't until Over My Head cracked the top 20 that she began to gain in confidence--and that was early in 1976, months after the single's official release date.

That said, she and the band knew exactly what to do with Rhiannon since the first shows.

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Yeah, I agree but I think that the biggest reason behind Stevie's limited role back then was that she really didn't know how to use her voice yet, as you can hear in the Largo Rhiannon in which she sounds so insecure and imprecise.

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Is there any recordings of "Rattlesnake Shake" done with the Rumours lineup?
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Not that I know.
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Yeah, I agree but I think that the biggest reason behind Stevie's limited role back then was that she really didn't know how to use her voice yet, as you can hear in the Largo Rhiannon in which she sounds so insecure and imprecise.
I see your point, but I only feel somewhat this way about the song when it's compared to the full-blown versions a year later. As a performance in itself, I think the Largo Rhiannon is excellent--and the crowd apparently agreed.
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Frozen Love should had been a set list staple. But it was only performed once, maybe twice. I believe the only evidence we have is the live (bootleg) performance recorded at an outdoor musical festival. I can't recall when or where.

But two other Buckingham Nicks songs instated themselves in the Fleetwood Mac cannon: a studio remake of Crystal which, surprisingly, has never been performed live, and Don't Let Me Down Again, which is only represented as a live performance.

Do several Fleetwood Mac bootleg recorded performances of Frozen Love exist, or is this just a rumour?
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I have a 1975 Buckingham Nicks performance played in Tuscaloosa, then I have two Fleetwood Mac recording of the same year performed respectly in Oakland and South Orange.
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Great video. I wish they would have all of their videos re-mastered (getting rid of the nasty overdub of crowd applause on the Tusk Documentary/concert). I always thought that would be a great project that Richard Dashut could be involved in. There must not be much market for re-mastered concerts in this YouTube age we are in (otherwise WB would front the cash), but the band should invest in a project like this to help secure its' legacy in rock and roll history.
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I wouldn't say that, these last years there have been a number of remastered DVD of live shows that have done pretty well, I was thinking about purchasing the Queen live at the Rainbow myself.
There are a lot of Fleetwood Mac Live shows that fans would like to see in an upgraded and or unedited version.
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[From an article on the Tropicana Motel]

Thu, Jan 07, 2016 By Bob Bishop for Wehoville

http://www.wehoville.com/2016/01/07/...opicana-motel/

Van Morrison wrote “T.B. Sheets” and several other songs while staying at the Tropicana. Big Brother and the Holding Company, Rhinoceros, Bob Marley and the Wailers and Alice Cooper all made the Tropicana their Hollywood base of operation at one time or another. A pre-Fleetwood Mac Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham holed up at the Tropicana when they came to Hollywood and got their first recording contract; their debut album, “Buckingham-Nicks,” was released in 1973.
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