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Old 04-21-2002, 06:17 PM
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Question Favorite artist involved with FM members...

Be it, John Stewart, Tom Petty, Don Henley, Walter Egan, Warren Zevon, Janet Robin, Sheryl Crow, etc...who is your favorite artist associated with Fleetwood Mac/Lindsey Buckingham/Stevie Nicks?

I would have to say John Stewart, his album, Bombs Away Dream Babies is one of the greatest albums I've ever heard!!
He has such a unique voice and he and Lindsey AND he and Stevie sound GREAT together!
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Old 04-21-2002, 06:27 PM
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Though I do like what Sheryl has done with Stevie, I love ths tuff that Stevie and Lindsey did with Walter Egan. It's just fun! I love the songs on Fundamental Roll and Not Shy!

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Old 04-21-2002, 07:35 PM
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John Stewart... AWESOME... 'nough said!

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I love both the John Stewart and Walter Egan collaborations. I would have to say that these are both my favs. Stevie has some of the best background vocals with both of these artists.


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John Stewart for sure..that is some amazing music...
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LOL....can I pick three of them? This isn't another poll, right?

Walter Egan....John Stewart....and TOM PETTY!! I LOVE Tom and Stevie together!! They just sound AWESOME!


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Stevie and Tom Petty!!! I totally love Insider!!!

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I'd have to go with John Stewart, Walter Egan and Tom Petty... I can't narrow it down anymore than that!

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John Stewart, but the Matthew Sweet collabaration was great as well
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I'm gonna hafta go with Sandy Stewart, who wrote "Seven Wonders". I really like Sandy's album Cat Dancer.
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I love, love, love Tom Petty's song Walls. Lindsey's backing vocals make the song for me. Stevie and Don Henley sound great together esp on The Highwayman.
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I'm gonna hafta go with Sandy Stewart, who wrote "Seven Wonders". I really like Sandy's album Cat Dancer.
This thread is over 16 years old! Where do you find these, McLamb?

And... FWIW: Steve Winwood (eg his work on the Christine McVie album).
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I second Steve Winwood and Christine McVie ("One in a Million" especially) but John Stewart's "Gold" with Stevie, and Bonnie Raitt's original version of "No Way to Treat a Lady" with Christine are also very very cool.
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This thread is over 16 years old! Where do you find these, McLamb?
Lol, Iím also kind of confused as to where/why theyíre pulling up these 16 year old threads but I kind of like it and hope they continue. Reading through all the old exchanges makes me feel like iím back in a simpler time when everyone didnít hate each other.
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