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Old 01-26-2020, 02:27 PM
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As I listen to this amazing concert from 1992 it’s so refreshing to hear Lindsey playing live for the first time in 10 years. When I think about all the live concerts I saw this “band” from 1978 to 2013. I missed only the Tusk and OOTC tour. My two favorite albums.....Go figure.
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As I listen to this amazing concert from 1992 it’s so refreshing to hear Lindsey playing live for the first time in 10 years. .
I didn't know he toured throughout 1992–93 for the first time as a solo artist. Did he ever mention why he didn't tour for his 2 first albums?
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I didn't know he toured throughout 1992–93 for the first time as a solo artist. Did he ever mention why he didn't tour for his 2 first albums?
Those albums (Law & Order and Go Insane) were “squeezed in” between Mac projects and left no meaningful time for touring.
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Those albums (Law & Order and Go Insane) were “squeezed in” between Mac projects and left no meaningful time for touring.
Nope. “Go Insane” was released on July 3, 1984. Plenty of time for a tour. Lindsey didn’t like touring back then.
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Nope. “Go Insane” was released on July 3, 1984. Plenty of time for a tour. Lindsey didn’t like touring back then.
That makes sense. Mirage tour lasted just two months. He probably was still tired or saturated from the long Mac tours of the 70s, though 4 years was enough time to recover.
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That makes sense. Mirage tour lasted just two months. He probably was still tired or saturated from the long Mac tours of the 70s, though 4 years was enough time to recover.
Wasn't the Mirage tour only 18 shows? But Tusk was insanely long.
These days, very few make much money off of selling records. Touring is where you make bank now.
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Wasn't the Mirage tour only 18 shows? w.
33 dates I just read. From September 1, 1982 to October 31, 1982 .
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33 dates I just read. From September 1, 1982 to October 31, 1982 .
Best FM seat I ever had. 5th row center. I was in absolute heaven. They were at the height of their game, too, IMO.
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Best FM seat I ever had. 5th row center. I was in absolute heaven. They were at the height of their game, too, IMO.
I would’ve loved to be able to have seen them back in the ‘75-‘82 days. I think Mirage would’ve been perfect because of how the classic set was rounded out with Hold Me, Gypsy, the Tusk songs, in addition to the core from ‘75 and ‘77. Damn my parents for not taking me to a Mirage show for my 2nd birthday!!!
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I would’ve loved to be able to have seen them back in the ‘75-‘82 days. I think Mirage would’ve been perfect because of how the classic set was rounded out with Hold Me, Gypsy, the Tusk songs, in addition to the core from ‘75 and ‘77. Damn my parents for not taking me to a Mirage show for my 2nd birthday!!!
Their voices were at the top of their game. Their energy was at the top. Their looks were at the top. It was their peak for me personally.

Hey, I was 13. Don't hold it against me.

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I would have loved to have seen the Tusk tour.
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I would have loved to have seen the Tusk tour.
My first FM show. I was 11 I think. My older cousin promised to take me. I was sick as a dog, coughing and sneezing with a fever, and Mom told me that I couldn't go.

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Was the 1992 tour cut short because on his "Behind the Music" special its discussed that there was not a demand especially for the big show he was putting on. I cant remember exactly but it sort of hinted the tour was very short and not extended due to poor attendance. He was really getting his sea legs back. There was a funny clip of him on stage saying "Don't everyone yell out "Go your own way right away"
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OOTC tour dates can be found on the best FM and LB info and archive site http://www.fleetwoodmac-uk.com/still...adle-tour.html - 35 dates from Dec 1992 through July 1993. June and July 1993 was openings for Tina.
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OOTC tour dates can be found on the best FM and LB info and archive site http://www.fleetwoodmac-uk.com/still...adle-tour.html - 35 dates from Dec 1992 through July 1993. June and July 1993 was openings for Tina.
Hmm.. those dates seem incomplete.
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