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Old 01-13-2017, 12:45 PM
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Default Fleetwood Mac - Tango In The Night 3CD/1DVD/1LP set coming March

Looks promising!
Very excited.

http://stevie-nicks.info/2017/01/loo...-in-the-night/


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Amazing thanks!!! There are a little too much remixes and B-sides for my tastes but there's Joan of Arc and a duet version of Big Love!

Tango in the Night: Expanded Edition (Warner Bros./Rhino)

Disc 1: Original LP (released as Warner Bros. 25471, 1987)

Big Love
Seven Wonders
Everywhere
Caroline
Tango in the Night
Mystified
Little Lies
Family Man
Welcome to the Room...Sara
Isn't It Midnight
When I See You Again
You and I, Part II

Disc 2: Bonus material

You and I, Part I (B-side to "Big Love" - Warner Bros. 28398, 1987)
Book of Miracles (Instrumental) (B-side to "Seven Wonders" - Warner Bros. 28317, 1987)
Ricky (B-side to "Little Lies" - Warner Bros. 28291, 1987)
Down Endless Street (B-side to "Family Man" - Warner Bros. 28114, 1987)
Big Love (Arthur Baker Extended Remix) (12" A-side - Warner Bros. 20683, 1987)
Seven Wonders (Jellybean Extended Remix) (12" A-side - Warner Bros. 20746, 1987)
Little Lies (Jellybean Extended Remix) (12" A-side - Warner Bros. 20761, 1987)
Family Man (Arthur Baker Extended Guitar Version) (12" A-side - Warner Bros. 20842, 1987)
Everywhere (Jellybean Extended Version) (U.K. 12" A-side - Warner Bros. W 8143-T, 1987)
Isn't It Midnight (Alternate Mix) (from 25 Years: The Chain box set - Warner Bros. 45129, 1992)
Big Love (Buckingham/Nicks Vocal) - the 12" mixes indicate that Stevie recorded at least some vocals for this song; the fullest possible version of that would be cool to hear
Joan of Arc (Outtake)
Special Kind of Love (Demo/Outtake)
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You are very welcome
I am really looking forward to the 5.1 mix as well as what will be on disc #3.
Great that it looks like we will not have long to wait for this one.

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Amazing thanks!!! There are a little too much remixes and B-sides for my tastes but there's Joan of Arc and a duet version of Big Love!

Tango in the Night: Expanded Edition (Warner Bros./Rhino)

Disc 1: Original LP (released as Warner Bros. 25471, 1987)

Big Love
Seven Wonders
Everywhere
Caroline
Tango in the Night
Mystified
Little Lies
Family Man
Welcome to the Room...Sara
Isn't It Midnight
When I See You Again
You and I, Part II

Disc 2: Bonus material

You and I, Part I (B-side to "Big Love" - Warner Bros. 28398, 1987)
Book of Miracles (Instrumental) (B-side to "Seven Wonders" - Warner Bros. 28317, 1987)
Ricky (B-side to "Little Lies" - Warner Bros. 28291, 1987)
Down Endless Street (B-side to "Family Man" - Warner Bros. 28114, 1987)
Big Love (Arthur Baker Extended Remix) (12" A-side - Warner Bros. 20683, 1987)
Seven Wonders (Jellybean Extended Remix) (12" A-side - Warner Bros. 20746, 1987)
Little Lies (Jellybean Extended Remix) (12" A-side - Warner Bros. 20761, 1987)
Family Man (Arthur Baker Extended Guitar Version) (12" A-side - Warner Bros. 20842, 1987)
Everywhere (Jellybean Extended Version) (U.K. 12" A-side - Warner Bros. W 8143-T, 1987)
Isn't It Midnight (Alternate Mix) (from 25 Years: The Chain box set - Warner Bros. 45129, 1992)
Big Love (Buckingham/Nicks Vocal) - the 12" mixes indicate that Stevie recorded at least some vocals for this song; the fullest possible version of that would be cool to hear
Joan of Arc (Outtake)
Special Kind of Love (Demo/Outtake)
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Amazing thanks!!! There are a little too much remixes and B-sides for my tastes but there's Joan of Arc and a duet version of Big Love!

Tango in the Night: Expanded Edition (Warner Bros./Rhino)

Disc 1: Original LP (released as Warner Bros. 25471, 1987)

Big Love
Seven Wonders
Everywhere
Caroline
Tango in the Night
Mystified
Little Lies
Family Man
Welcome to the Room...Sara
Isn't It Midnight
When I See You Again
You and I, Part II

Disc 2: Bonus material

You and I, Part I (B-side to "Big Love" - Warner Bros. 28398, 1987)
Book of Miracles (Instrumental) (B-side to "Seven Wonders" - Warner Bros. 28317, 1987)
Ricky (B-side to "Little Lies" - Warner Bros. 28291, 1987)
Down Endless Street (B-side to "Family Man" - Warner Bros. 28114, 1987)
Big Love (Arthur Baker Extended Remix) (12" A-side - Warner Bros. 20683, 1987)
Seven Wonders (Jellybean Extended Remix) (12" A-side - Warner Bros. 20746, 1987)
Little Lies (Jellybean Extended Remix) (12" A-side - Warner Bros. 20761, 1987)
Family Man (Arthur Baker Extended Guitar Version) (12" A-side - Warner Bros. 20842, 1987)
Everywhere (Jellybean Extended Version) (U.K. 12" A-side - Warner Bros. W 8143-T, 1987)
Isn't It Midnight (Alternate Mix) (from 25 Years: The Chain box set - Warner Bros. 45129, 1992)
Big Love (Buckingham/Nicks Vocal) - the 12" mixes indicate that Stevie recorded at least some vocals for this song; the fullest possible version of that would be cool to hear
Joan of Arc (Outtake)
Special Kind of Love (Demo/Outtake)
Oh. A bit of a let down in terms of the bonus material
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Old 01-13-2017, 12:58 PM
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But we dont know what will be on disc #3 yet, Sorry, just trying to be optimistic

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Oh. A bit of a let down in terms of the bonus material
From what I've understood it is not finished here, this is just a list of the material fans know of.
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Oh I see, still just guess work. Doh!
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The article was originally linked here: http://stevie-nicks.info/2017/01/loo...-in-the-night/

A preview of Rhino Records’ latest reissue project, Fleetwood Mac’s glossy 1987 album Tango in the Night

Later this year, Rhino Records will be reissuing Fleetwood Mac’s 14th studio album Tango in the Night, the latest release in a series of deluxe packages focused on the band’s back catalog (Rumours, Tusk, Mirage). Although details of the reissue are still forthcoming, it is expected to contain the remastered original album; bonus discs of session material and outtakes; new liner notes; and rare period photographs.

On December 8, 2016, Rolling Stone contributing writer David Wild confirmed in a Twitter post that he had written the new liner notes for the reissue project. It remains to be seen which route Wild took in reflecting on the tumultuous Tango in the Night sessions, which were first laid bare in drummer Mick Fleetwood’s revealing 1990 autobiography Fleetwood: My Life and Adventures in Fleetwood Mac. Those circumstances ultimately led to the departure of key member Lindsey Buckingham and the addition of his replacements, guitarists Billy Burnette and Rick Vito, to support the album’s ensuing world tour. As a band practically defined by its personal dramas, it would almost seem careless to omit or downplay such a critical juncture in the band’s history.

Packed with the radio-friendly singles “Big Love,” “Seven Wonders, “Little Lies,” and “Everywhere,” Tango in the Night attracted a whole new generation of fans and contributed to the Fleetwood Mac’s legacy as one of the most enduring and resilient recording acts in rock history. At the time, MTV networks saturated music-video play with the album’s singles (a grand total of six was released!), which propelled the album to become an international smash. To date, the album has sold more than five million copies in North America and two million overseas.

In 2014, Mike Duquette, founder of the catalog music blog The Second Disc, featured Tango in the Night as a proposed reissue in his column Reissue Theory. In anticipation of the Tango in the Night reissue, we look back on his thoughtful post (including a hypothetical track list) and celebrate the album that marked the return of Fleetwood Mac to the forefront of the vibrant 1987 pop music scene:

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Reissue Theory: Fleetwood Mac, "Tango in the Night"

Welcome to another installment of Reissue Theory, where we focus on great albums and the reissues they could someday see. As we welcome one of our favorite ladies in rock back to her famous band, we remember their last album altogether and the pop success it enjoyed.

One of the best pieces of classic rock news to come out of this nascent year is easily the announcement of singer/keyboardist Christine McVie returning to Fleetwood Mac. McVie retired from the band (and touring in general) after the band's incredibly successful The Dance tour in the late 1990s, leaving singer Stevie Nicks, singer/guitarist Lindsay Buckingham, bassist (and ex-husband) John McVie and drummer Mick Fleetwood to continue as a quartet, but made two surprise appearances with the band in England last year, later expressing her desire to rejoin the band.

While no official plans have been firmed up (beyond the possibility of a full tour), it certainly provokes one to think of the phenomenal albums the quintet have created - in particular, their final set as a quintet, 1987's Tango in the Night. One of the band's most modern (for its time, anyway) productions was also one of its most rapturously received, going triple platinum in the U.S. (and eight times platinum in the U.K., where it was the first Mac album since the Peter Green era to chart higher in England than the States) and spinning off four Top 40 hits. For all its success, though, it's one of two by this lineup of the band (the other being its predecessor, 1982's Mirage) that have not been remastered or expanded by Warner Bros./Rhino.

I think you know where this is leading, of course: after the jump, we'll be looking out for love for Tango in the Night, and imagine what an expanded reissue might look like!


The general history of Fleetwood Mac alone is one for the books. After gradually moving away from blues rock (with guitarists like Peter Green, Jeremy Spencer and Bob Welch at the helm), the addition of power couple Buckingham and Nicks (whose eponymous 1973 album is one of the greatest high-profile LPs unreleased to CD) gave the band a chart-topping album with their 1975 self-titled LP, which had hits in "Rhiannon" and "Say You Love Me." Against all odds, the band survived sex, drugs and three relationships gone awry (Buckingham and Nicks, the McVies and Fleetwood and his wife) to create Rumours in 1977, a pop masterpiece that yielded four Top 10 hits and went 19 times platinum in the United States.

Follow-up albums Tusk (an ambitious 1979 double LP) and Mirage (1982) were commercially successful though not as rapturously received as Rumours, and the band largely went their separate ways through the decade. All but John McVie took stabs at a solo career, with Nicks having the most chart success with singles like "Edge of Seventeen," "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" with Tom Petty and "Stand Back." (Buckingham had more modest successes with "Trouble," "Go Insane" and the maniacally catchy "Holiday Road" from National Lampoon's Vacation.)

But the past was starting to catch up with the band: Fleetwood went bankrupt while Nicks and John McVie suffered drug-related issues, with Nicks checking into the Betty Ford Clinic. Would Mirage (decidedly not a favorite of Buckingham's) be their last effort? Fortunately, Buckingham gradually invited his old bandmates to participate in what was conceived as another solo album with producer Richard Dashut, and another Fleetwood Mac LP began to form.

Tango in the Night bears heavy elements of Buckingham's solo work - propulsive and jittery, with occasional flashes of out-there trickery (the echoing repetition of "Caroline," the off-kilter choruses of singles "Big Love" and "Family Man"). But there are some shining moments for the band's leading ladies. Nicks wrote or co-wrote "Seven Wonders," "Welcome to the Room...Sara" and "When I See You Again" and, by most accounts, committed them to tape pretty quickly (she only spent about two weeks recording with the band, otherwise busy with promoting her 1985 solo album Rock a Little and battling addiction). But it's McVie that really gets to shine on Tango: the singer who gave us "You Make Loving Fun," "Say You Love Me" and the beautiful Rumours deep cut "Songbird" is in rare form, writing or co-writing nearly half the record, including major singles "Everywhere" and "Little Lies," plus forgotten single "Isn't It Midnight" and album side "Mystified."

Shortly after the release of the album, Buckingham succumbed to the pressure of what he felt was having to steer the band, and departed. The band continued as a sextet, adding singer/songwriter/guitarists Rick Vito and Billy Burnette and chasing a more adult contemporary sound on Behind the Mask (1990) and Time (1995), the latter of which saw Nicks and Vito depart, replaced by Bekka Bramlett (daughter of Bonnie) and Dave Mason of Traffic. (The classic lineup, sans Christine McVie, have recorded one album, Say You Will (2003) and a 2013 EP.)

While reissues of Fleetwood Mac, Rumours and Tusk were heavy on outtake material, a healthy deluxe version of Tango in the Night could be assembled from released material. Four non-LP B-sides turned up during the singles period for the album, and five dance mixes were commissioned from major remixers. (A new mix of "Isn't It Midnight" would surface on a box set in 1992.) These tracks, combined with a few possible things in the vault, give us the bonus disc we present to you as part of this Reissue Theory post.

Tango in the Night: Expanded Edition (Warner Bros./Rhino)

Disc 1: Original LP (released as Warner Bros. 25471, 1987)
  1. Big Love
  2. Seven Wonders
  3. Everywhere
  4. Caroline
  5. Tango in the Night
  6. Mystified
  7. Little Lies
  8. Family Man
  9. Welcome to the Room...Sara
  10. Isn't It Midnight
  11. When I See You Again
  12. You and I, Part II

Disc 2: Bonus material
  1. You and I, Part I (B-side to "Big Love" - Warner Bros. 28398, 1987)
  2. Book of Miracles (Instrumental) (B-side to "Seven Wonders" - Warner Bros. 28317, 1987)
  3. Ricky (B-side to "Little Lies" - Warner Bros. 28291, 1987)
  4. Down Endless Street (B-side to "Family Man" - Warner Bros. 28114, 1987)
  5. Big Love (Arthur Baker Extended Remix) (12" A-side - Warner Bros. 20683, 1987)
  6. Seven Wonders (Jellybean Extended Remix) (12" A-side - Warner Bros. 20746, 1987)
  7. Little Lies (Jellybean Extended Remix) (12" A-side - Warner Bros. 20761, 1987)
  8. Family Man (Arthur Baker Extended Guitar Version) (12" A-side - Warner Bros. 20842, 1987)
  9. Everywhere (Jellybean Extended Version) (U.K. 12" A-side - Warner Bros. W 8143-T, 1987)
  10. Isn't It Midnight (Alternate Mix) (from 25 Years: The Chain box set - Warner Bros. 45129, 1992)
  11. Big Love (Buckingham/Nicks Vocal) - the 12" mixes indicate that Stevie recorded at least some vocals for this song; the fullest possible version of that would be cool to hear
  12. Joan of Arc (Outtake)
  13. Special Kind of Love (Demo/Outtake)
Presales are here: http://www.elusivedisc.com/Fleetwood...fo/RHILP94638/

Fleetwood Mac Tango In the Night 3CD, 1 DVD & 1LP

Coming February 24, 2017 pre-order your copy today! Orders with both pre-order and in stock items will have all in stock items shipped immediately!

3CD, 1 DVD & 1LP Set!

Originally released in 1987, Tango In the Night was the 14th studio album from Fleetwood Mac, the fifth from the line-up of Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks, Christine McVie, John McVie, and Mick Fleetwood.

The album began as a Lindsey Buckingham solo project but morphed into an album for the group instead and contains the singles "Seven Wonders", "Little Lies", "Big Love", and "Everywhere".

"Artistically and commercially, the Stevie Nicks/Lindsey Buckingham/Mick Fleetwood/Christine and John McVie edition of Fleetwood Mac had been on a roll for over a decade when Tango in the Night was released in early 1987. This would, unfortunately, be Buckingham's last album with the pop/rock supergroup -- and he definitely ended his association with the band on a creative high note. Serving as the album's main producer, Buckingham gives an edgy quality to everything from the haunting "Isn't It Midnight" to the poetic "Seven Wonders" to the dreamy "Everywhere." Though Buckingham doesn't over-produce, his thoughtful use of synthesizers is a major asset. Without question, "Family Man" and "Caroline" are among the best songs ever written by Buckingham, who consistently brings out the best in his colleagues on this superb album." - allmusic.com, Alex Henderson

Features:
• 3CD, 1 DVD & 1LP set
• Remastered

Full tracklisting to be announced.

Selections:
1. Big Love
2. Seven Wonders
3. Everywhere
4. Caroline
5. Tango In the Night
6. Mystified
7. Little Lies
8. Family Man
9. Welcome To the Room...Sara
10. Isn't It Midnight
11. When I See You Again
12. You and I, Pt. II

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I guess nobody noticed that the article is from 2014 !!!!

It even says that Mirage hasn't been remastered too ....
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I guess nobody noticed that the article is from 2014 !!!!

It even says that Mirage hasn't been remastered too ....
I did notice, wasn't it intentional? I thought he pasted the wrong link.
The articles and link I've posted are all new, they just reference the old article as a guideline to guess what will be on the reissue.

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I guess nobody noticed that the article is from 2014 !!!!

It even says that Mirage hasn't been remastered too ....
It does reference an old article but within the context of the February 2017 release announcement.
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Looks like we have a pre-order announcement.
Hopefully Amazon will be not far behind.

http://www.elusivedisc.com/Fleetwood...fo/RHILP94638/

Even though I am in Canada I find that I tend to better ordering from Amazon UK, was able to get the Tusk box set for much cheaper then ordering through Canada or the US.
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I got the deluxe Mirage for $43, by just waiting a couple of months after it was released.

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Yes, I did post the wrong link, I meant to post the one you did

apologizes to all, guess I got a little ahead of myself.

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The articles and link I've posted are all new, they just reference the old article as a guideline to guess what will be on the reissue.
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Yes, I did post the wrong link, I meant to post the one you did

apologizes to all, guess I got a little ahead of myself.
No problem, you can just edit your post if you want.
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