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Old 02-13-2020, 09:09 AM
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I agree Neil did an amazing job with Hypnotized...It was a shame to drop it.
I did not see it in person but from what I saw of it, I agree. He sounded good.
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After I saw the first setlist, I got a ticket to Louisville (3rd show). So glad I got to hear the original setlist. That’s almost exactly what I’ve wanted from a Fleetwood Mac show for decades. I wish I had caught their last Philly show to see “Man of the World.”
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Christine singing “Stop Messin’ Round,” Rick Vito and David Gilmore trading licks on “Albatross,” Neil Finn singing “Man of the World,” and an appearance from Jeremy Spencer.
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Christine singing “Stop Messin’ Round,” Rick Vito and David Gilmore trading licks on “Albatross,” Neil Finn singing “Man of the World,” and an appearance from Jeremy Spencer.
The clips I saw were fantastic!! I was stunned at how great the sound was. Christine's voice is perfect for that genre. Not so much her Tango stuff anymore.

And it's Gilmour. Just FYI..
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The clips I saw were fantastic!! I was stunned at how great the sound was. Christine's voice is perfect for that genre. Not so much her Tango stuff anymore.

And it's Gilmour. Just FYI..
I was pleased by the clip of “Stop Messing Around”! The band was tight, her playing was crisp and lively, and her grizzled voice WORKED for the uptempo song. It was not an obvious song choice for her (vocally). I was sure she’d do “Jumping At Shadows” or “Man of the World”—or some minor key blues. But the decision was right. Fun!
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I was pleased by the clip of “Stop Messing Around”! The band was tight, her playing was crisp and lively, and her grizzled voice WORKED for the uptempo song. It was not an obvious song choice for her (vocally). I was sure she’d do “Jumping At Shadows” or “Man of the World”—or some minor key blues. But the decision was right. Fun!
I always thought “Stop Messin’ Round” and the Fleetwood Mac ‘70s live versions of “Get Like You Used To Be” were similar.
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“I feel very uncomfortable heading off out and doing another tour without having made new music,” Gilmour said. “There are several songs which are close to being complete, which didn’t make it onto this last album. I can’t see myself doing another tour without making another album first."

~David Gilmour When asked about going on tour again.
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“I feel very uncomfortable heading off out and doing another tour without having made new music,” Gilmour said. “There are several songs which are close to being complete, which didn’t make it onto this last album. I can’t see myself doing another tour without making another album first."

~David Gilmour When asked about going on tour again.
this discussion all really belongs in the [PG] Early years forum. i also added bunch of reviews and video links there.
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I always thought “Stop Messin’ Round” and the Fleetwood Mac ‘70s live versions of “Get Like You Used To Be” were similar.
They are--and I immediately thought of that.

But When Christine has sun GLYUTB recently (2014) she really slowed it down to its original "lazy blues."

Given her age and the limitations of her voice, I thought she'd avoid a raucous shouter.
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Yes, my Buck friend..

........ back to Sleezy Nicks then...

This is all her fault!! Ok, we are back on point.
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“I feel very uncomfortable heading off out and doing another tour without having made new music,” Gilmour said. “There are several songs which are close to being complete, which didn’t make it onto this last album. I can’t see myself doing another tour without making another album first."

~David Gilmour When asked about going on tour again.
Hmm, interesting. I was sure I had read somewhere that he was done, barring a few one off things here or there.
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Hmm, interesting. I was sure I had read somewhere that he was done, barring a few one off things here or there.
Not from what I've read. He said he wanted to do another album. But that was about 6 months ago.
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