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Old 05-21-2024, 09:39 PM
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I heard 'In My Mind" in Ocean State Job Lot on Sundae. The music was faint and I thought I heard Stevie singing. Was with a friend and I listened intently and said, "Lindsey Buckingham." My friend said, "you thought it was Stevie." Then I said, "same thing."
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Old 05-22-2024, 09:50 AM
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Old 05-28-2024, 12:04 PM
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I was in New Orleans and heard in the CVS... wait for it


IN MY WORLD!!
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Old 05-28-2024, 02:04 PM
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I was in New Orleans and heard in the CVS... wait for it


IN MY WORLD!!
Holy crap! Now that's obscure! I'd like to buy whoever a drink for putting that on the list.
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Old 05-28-2024, 03:15 PM
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Holy crap! Now that's obscure! I'd like to buy whoever a drink for putting that on the list.
I even recorded it. hbaha
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Old 06-04-2024, 03:12 PM
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Old 06-05-2024, 01:40 PM
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Whenever I Call You Friend, on my hippie radio.


EDIT - BTW, Walter Egan is now hosting a show on here. I haven't heard it yet, but they've advertised it, and he's put it on the Facebooks.
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I heard "Feel About You" in a Wendy's.
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Old 06-16-2024, 01:48 AM
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I heard "Feel About You" in a Wendy's.
That's really amazing, that some programmer liked it enough to put it on there. Seriously.
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Old 06-17-2024, 07:58 AM
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I heard "Feel About You" in a Wendy's.
Wow! That's truly unexpected. What did you order?
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World Turning on Classic Vinyl

What a great radio tune. The studio version is so much better than any live recording. I wont go as far to say that Stevie ruins the song live but Lindsey and Chris handle the song so much better alone. We get that bluesy Christine singing that sort of disappeared by Rumours. Is it my imagination or does the tempo of the song speed up just a little at the end during the percussion part. Its just so good. You wish it does not end with Lindsey's guitar growling and Mick's cymbal crashing. Brings me back to the day when Rock stations played Fleetwood Mac and this was one of their staples.
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Old 06-28-2024, 08:20 AM
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What a great radio tune. The studio version is so much better than any live recording. I wont go as far to say that Stevie ruins the song live but Lindsey and Chris handle the song so much better alone. We get that bluesy Christine singing that sort of disappeared by Rumours. Is it my imagination or does the tempo of the song speed up just a little at the end during the percussion part. Its just so good. You wish it does not end with Lindsey's guitar growling and Mick's cymbal crashing. Brings me back to the day when Rock stations played Fleetwood Mac and this was one of their staples.
The studio is my fav, too. I feel like it should go on much longer just like ISA.

Stevie ruins Don't Stop, too. The song is a BuckVie song vocally and they should have done it live like they do on the record.

LB: Don't STop
CM Thinkin About Tomorrow

then eventually they sing together. Also, she takes lead on the first verse. etc.
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Old 06-28-2024, 08:57 AM
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The studio is my fav, too. I feel like it should go on much longer just like ISA.

Stevie ruins Don't Stop, too. The song is a BuckVie song vocally and they should have done it live like they do on the record.

LB: Don't STop
CM Thinkin About Tomorrow

then eventually they sing together. Also, she takes lead on the first verse. etc.
It would have been a great song to do on the Buck/Vie tour. I know they did it on the White tour but it sort of disappeared on their tours until Lindsey left and then became a staple ever since.
There is just something magical about that studio version musically and vocally. Its a little bluesy, a little rock n roll, and a little experimental jam. Love it!
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It would have been a great song to do on the Buck/Vie tour. I know they did it on the White tour but it sort of disappeared on their tours until Lindsey left and then became a staple ever since.
There is just something magical about that studio version musically and vocally. Its a little bluesy, a little rock n roll, and a little experimental jam. Love it!
The best LB did with the bluesy stuff was GLYUTB. If you listen to the White album live Deluxe version of GET LIKE, listen to Christine's piano while Lindsey is soloing. It's pretty f::: good!

Otherwise, Rick was so good at translating Green and blues material. I actually liked his interpretations better than Mike. Lindsey kind of riffed his way through the Green material.
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World Turning and Sugar Daddy make it onto EVERY greatest hits cd I've ever made.

I disagree about needing it to be longer, though. I put the live version from the Mirage boxed set on the last one, though, and regretted it. It's like 13 minutes long, which is too long!
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