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Old 09-14-2018, 07:44 PM
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I think it would be amazing if a Christine McVie Anthology was released with a handful of some unreleased gems. Every time a pre 1975 track of hers come on my play list I think how great her pre Buckingham songs are and how good they would sound back to back. It would be hard to pick which songs from her solo albums to include but I may have to create this starting with Id Rather Go Blind.

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Old 09-15-2018, 01:10 PM
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Crazy Bout You Baby
Believe Me
Heroes Are Hard To Find
I'd Rather Go Blind
Prove Your Love
Keep On Going
Say You Love Me
Oh Daddy
Just Crazy Love
Over My Head
Brown Eyes
Why
Honey Hi
You Make Loving Fun
Think About Me
Love In Store
The Challenge
I'm The One
Only Over You
Everywhere
Love Will Show Us How
Wish You Were Here
Isn't It Midnight
Got A Hold On Me
Mystified
Ricky
Little Lies
Save Me
Behind The Mask
Temporary One
Friend
Feel About You
Carnival Begin
Never Forget Tonight

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Old 09-15-2018, 02:07 PM
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Over My Head
The 50 Year Retrospective of Christine f*****g McVie

Disc 1
Get Like You Used to Be
No Road is the Right Road
I'd Rather Go Blind
Lonely Without You
Close to Me
Gone into the Sun
Show Me a Smile
Morning Rain
Spare Me a Little of Your Love
Believe Me
Just Crazy Love
Why
Heroes Are Hard To Find
Come a Little Bit Closer


Disc 2
Say You Love Me
Over My Head
Oh Daddy
You Make Loving Fun
Donít Stop
Songbird
Keep Me There
Brown Eyes
Think About Me
Never Forget
Love in Store
Hold Me
Wish You Were Here
One More Night


Disc 3
Got a Hold on Me
Love Will Show Us How
Canít Help Falling in Love
Everywhere
Little Lies
Isn't It Midnight
As Long As You Follow
Love Shines
Behind the Mask
Temporary One
Friend
Giviní it Back
Red Sun
Carnival Begin
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Old 09-15-2018, 02:46 PM
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I'd settle for a remastered version of her 1984 album plus a DVD featuring the live concert and the documentary that was made during the album. Maybe one day...
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I'd settle for a remastered version of her 1984 album plus a DVD featuring the live concert and the documentary that was made during the album. Maybe one day...
That documentary (shot in Switzerland, I believe) and Mick's documentary from Ghana are both vague memories. Terrible that they're not even on YouTube.
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Old 09-17-2018, 11:51 AM
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That documentary (shot in Switzerland, I believe) and Mick's documentary from Ghana are both vague memories. Terrible that they're not even on YouTube.
I've re-watched the 1984 Christine McVie album documentary on Youtube. Unless, they pulled it.
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Old 09-16-2018, 11:04 AM
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I'd settle for a remastered version of her 1984 album plus a DVD featuring the live concert and the documentary that was made during the album. Maybe one day...
YES to this! Her concert video was odd in the sense that it seemed to focus just as much on her band as it did Christine, and she seemed to be in shadows due to the poor lighting. But it was a great concert and she sounded incredible.

I don't know if any Christine McVie Anthology could really have FM material on it, but it's fun to imagine. If it did have FM material, it would be neat if they included all her pre-Rumours FM songs, as those are the ones most people haven't heard or been exposed to. And of course, songs from Chicken Shack.
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YES to this! Her concert video was odd in the sense that it seemed to focus just as much on her band as it did Christine, and she seemed to be in shadows due to the poor lighting. But it was a great concert and she sounded incredible.

I don't know if any Christine McVie Anthology could really have FM material on it, but it's fun to imagine. If it did have FM material, it would be neat if they included all her pre-Rumours FM songs, as those are the ones most people haven't heard or been exposed to. And of course, songs from Chicken Shack.

Iím sure this would never happen but I thought about it after a couple of her
pre 75 songs came on my play list the other day. Her version of Cant Help Falling in Love should also be included in this Anthology.
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I would love for her version of "I Can't Help Falling In Love" from the "It's a Fine Mess" Soundtrack to be on her Anthology!
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I vote for Too Much Is Not Enough
I did not have MTV in 1984 but I heard Chris say they performed the song on MTV to promote her album. Boy I wish we could get that MTV footage and also her Entertainment Tonight segment when she was touring in early 1984.
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Old 09-21-2018, 10:22 AM
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A Christine McVie anthology would need to include at least one or two of her songs with Chicken Shack. She played an incredible blues piano, and it was the lead instrument on her songs. I didn't like Chicken Shack as a band -- the lead singer was a shrieker as both a vocalist AND a guitarist -- but the handful of songs Christine did with them are mighty fine.

I sometimes wonder what would have happened if, instead of quickly veering off into the pop world, Chris had stuck with the blues. As she developed both her songwriting and keyboard skills, if her popularity continued along the arc that her solo album set her upon, she could have become the Bonnie Raitt of the blues piano.
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I vote for Too Much Is Not Enough
I did not have MTV in 1984 but I heard Chris say they performed the song on MTV to promote her album. Boy I wish we could get that MTV footage and also her Entertainment Tonight segment when she was touring in early 1984.
Wow!!! I loved Too Much Is Not Enough!! Also named.. JitterBug.. or some kind of bug.. later on w/ vocals...
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I vote for Too Much Is Not Enough
I did not have MTV in 1984 but I heard Chris say they performed the song on MTV to promote her album. Boy I wish we could get that MTV footage and also her Entertainment Tonight segment when she was touring in early 1984.
The instrumental version is on the documentary which was interesting that they featured it even though it wasn't on the album.
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The instrumental version is on the documentary which was interesting that they featured it even though it wasn't on the album.
Yes she was obviously very proud of the song even though it was not on the album. I believe she did every song on the album except Whos Dreaming This Dream. She instead threw in this song.
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Yes she was obviously very proud of the song even though it was not on the album. I believe she did every song on the album except Whos Dreaming This Dream. She instead threw in this song.
The show I saw in 1984. She did Too Much Is Not Enough. I have a bootleg of it somewhere.
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