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Old 09-23-2018, 07:33 PM
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Another version of SHN, not the one performed at IHeart. WITH Lindsey. I like this one.




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"Boycotting FM without LB!"
This vid is SO cool. I love everything from Lindsey playing a Telecaster(I thought they made him dump that far earlier than 78) to Christine playing the hell out of that snare drum, to Ray? playing acoustic guitar!
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Old 09-23-2018, 08:44 PM
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It's so freaking depressing watching Lindsey be so amazing with Fleetwood Mac and knowing that we're never going to see this again.


WHY STEVIE WHY????
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Old 09-25-2018, 03:44 PM
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It's so freaking depressing watching Lindsey be so amazing with Fleetwood Mac and knowing that we're never going to see this again.
Much of what's so cool about the 1978 concerts is that the band was at the Tusk stage of its evolution. All those wonderful early takes on the TUSK DELUXE CDs were recorded at essentially the same time as these Summer 1978 concerts, and you can literally hear the continuity in the sound—from SECOND HAND NEWS onstage here to studio performances like THAT'S ALL FOR EVERYONE, THE LEDGE and ANGEL. By this time, you can really tell that the band had progressed beyond its earlier sound of blues rock and psychedelia. The earlier two albums had hippie sonics, like Levon Helm mixed with the Stones (McVie and Fleetwood always sounded a lot like Wyman and Watts in those years). But they played like different musicians starting in 1978, and their virtuosity and idiosyncrasy were more like the early Attractions albums.
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That's one damned sexy performance of Second Hand News.
It certainly puts into perspective what they played the other day.
Damn, damn, damn it.
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Old 09-25-2018, 04:49 PM
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What a groove!
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Old 10-22-2018, 03:50 PM
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I know several people have referenced this guy in other threads. I haven't always agreed with what he's said in his other vlogs but this one resonated. He is very worked up about the situation.

'Lindsey Buckingham actually plays a musical instrument. Its not shaking a tambourine or spinning around in a circle with your frilly stuff going around'

Fleetwood Mac Ultimatum Should Have Gone The Other Way
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i'm guessing this is the right thread for stuff like this?

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Old 10-29-2018, 10:19 PM
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I really dislike Karen. Know what that makes me?


A Karen hater. Because Karen haters gonna hate.
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i'm guessing this is the right thread for stuff like this?

I had to turn off this crap when he invoked Roger McGuinn and started ranting about “can Tom rest in peace?”

It was the better part of ironic, as I just saw The Byrds (Roger McGuinn and Chris Hillman with Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives) on October 3, not even a month ago. Their encore set was totally a tribute to Tom Petty, complete with stories of Tom and Mike. They started off with their song “So You Want To Be A Rock And Roll Star,” which TPATH had a minor hit with, followed by Roger’s cover of “American Girl,” Hillman’s cover of “Wildflowers,” and Marty Stuart’s cover of “Runnin’ Down A Dream.”

Look, I get Team Lindsey is grasping at straws to tear down the very band Lindsey helped define. But, get real.
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Old 10-29-2018, 11:27 PM
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I had to turn off this crap when he invoked Roger McGuinn and started ranting about “can Tom rest in peace?”

It was the better part of ironic, as I just saw The Byrds (Roger McGuinn and Chris Hillman with Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives) on October 3, not even a month ago. Their encore set was totally a tribute to Tom Petty, complete with stories of Tom and Mike. They started off with their song “So You Want To Be A Rock And Roll Star,” which TPATH had a minor hit with, followed by Roger’s cover of “American Girl,” Hillman’s cover of “Wildflowers,” and Marty Stuart’s cover of “Runnin’ Down A Dream.”

Look, I get Team Lindsey is grasping at straws to tear down the very band Lindsey helped define. But, get real.
I just saw the Sweetheart of the Rodeo show last night, and now Roger, Chris, et al, are doing "King of the Hill" instead of "American Girl", the song Roger cowrote with Tom. Sorry, but their tribute is a hell of a lot better than FM's, which is totally lazy and unimaginative. "Free Fallin" is the best they can come up with?

So it was interesting this guy mentioned McGuinn - I don't think he's aware that Roger is touring and doing a tribute of his own to Tom Petty. I still think it's a fair criticism though.

Otherwise, as annoying as this guy is in the video, the Milwaukee review is a little over the top. The reviewer is overrating Stevie's contribution to FM, par for the course with a lot of these local reviewers.
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Old 10-29-2018, 11:43 PM
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I hate Karen and her back pack, too.
Idk how $tevie fits into that damned backpack.
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