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Old 02-29-2020, 09:21 PM
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It's really infuriating. You came to play and sing blues so do it!!

I'm wondering if her fingers just can't twinkle anymore.
I think her fingers still twinkle but this was a bad choice of song for her to do , but you don't know what politics was going on about who would do which song .Thinking about it, I would have preferred her to have sung Need Your Love So Bad with Rick Vito doing Guitar duties instead of Johnny Lang who didn't make it work for me in the line up that actually performed it !
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I think her fingers still twinkle but this was a bad choice of song for her to do , but you don't know what politics was going on about who would do which song .Thinking about it, I would have preferred her to have sung Need Your Love So Bad with Rick Vito doing Guitar duties instead of Johnny Lang who didn't make it work for me in the line up that actually performed it !
Do you know of any Youtube links to Need Your Love So Bad?
I cant find any links to that or; Rollin Man, Homework, Doctor Brown, Sandy Mary, Looking For Somebody or Love That Burns.
Can anyone help?

PS: Jeremy- Various comments I've read here and there suggest your performances were amongst the stand out highlights of the show.
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Old 03-01-2020, 12:07 PM
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Mick Fleetwood was appearing in interview on Johnnie Walkers sound of the 70s radio programme BBCRadio2, on Feb 20th....(I missed it but just listened to it on the bbc iplayer)
Mick explained about the (then) upcoming Concert, how it came about etc.etc
He gave a few interesting bits ....Peters guitar sound, the spiked drink(to be fair to Mick he wouldn’t be drawn on this topic), they were called Fleetwood Mac whilst still members of John Mayall etc
If anyone wants to hear it, Mick’s interview starts at 1hr 09.

Music played, Green Manalishi, Albatross, Oh Well, For your love by The Yardbirds..

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Old 03-15-2020, 07:20 PM
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Not sure this was posted, but this was Mick on British morning tv promoting the Peter Green tribute.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ph4wtgheaGU
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