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Old 05-01-2017, 12:25 AM
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However, one rules above all: The live version of WHY from the midnight special. None of the bands harmonies will ever top that.
Totally agree. Even more amazing, since they raised the key from D to E. #youngervoices
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Totally agree. Even more amazing, since they raised the key from D to E. #youngervoices
So is that the reason it hasn't been sung live since the mid seventies then? Their voices are old and it's too difficult now ?
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Their harmonies have never topped Honey Hi. Also, I haven't seen anyone mention Never Forget yet. Lindsey was at his vocal-arranging best during the Tusk and Mirage era.
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Live performances of Why and Hypnotized, Warm Ways rehearsals, Blue Letter, Over My Head, Beautiful Child, Sisters of the Moon, Brown Eyes, Honey Hi, Love in Store, Little Lies.

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Their harmonies have never topped Honey Hi. Also, I haven't seen anyone mention Never Forget yet. Lindsey was at his vocal-arranging best during the Tusk and Mirage era.
I was going to mention Never Forget, but I have a quibble with Stevie's harmony there--it's arranged too low. When it's in the mix, something doesn't hang perfectly right there. It's still a great song with great harmonies, but I wish she was signing either a slightly higher harmony or a more imaginative lower one.
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Their harmonies have never topped Honey Hi. Also, I haven't seen anyone mention Never Forget yet. Lindsey was at his vocal-arranging best during the Tusk and Mirage era.
I just came here to mention Never Forget. I'm always left smiling at the end of listening to Tusk just because of those harmonies alone.
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Tusk really is a fantastic album. I feel like Honey Hi and Never Forget don't get enough credit. Those harmonies are FM's best imo.
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Honey Hi was the first to come to mind for me. I can just get lost in the ending of that song.
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Honey Hi is probably my favorite harmony the band has done. As much as Mystified is hated, I love it and the gorgeous harmonies.
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Honey Hi was the first to come to mind for me. I can just get lost in the ending of that song.
I adore the arrangement of Honey Hi.
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"Honey Hi" is perhaps one of the most underrated moments in Fleetwood Mac history. It is, hands down, the greatest three part harmony that the band has ever recorded.
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"Honey Hi" is perhaps one of the most underrated moments in Fleetwood Mac history. It is, hands down, the greatest three part harmony that the band has ever recorded.

Tusk...Tusk...Tusk! So many gems and yes one of their best three part harmonies recorded.
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How has nobody said Steal Your Heart Away yet?
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How has nobody said Steal Your Heart Away yet?
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The live version of "Why" that was on Midnight Special.
Just watched it, yeah that's a good one.
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