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Old 09-25-2018, 04:18 PM
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Yep. Stevie clearly knows nothing about Station Man. I bet sheís never heard it.
LOL Stevie and Lindsey performed Station Man all thru the White album Tour and the beginning of the Rumours Tour. You knew that, right?
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Old 09-25-2018, 05:04 PM
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LOL Stevie and Lindsey performed Station Man all thru the White album Tour and the beginning of the Rumours Tour. You knew that, right?
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I've speculated before that the reason Stevie latched onto "Station Man" as her favorite was precisely because it was one of the few pre-BN era songs she was familiar with, due to the fact they'd performed it in 1975.

But 1975 was a long time ago, and Stevie's memory of performing the song is obviously fuzzy. My point was that she apparently hadn't listened to the song in recent years, or she'd have remembered it wasn't a Christine vocal.

Be as sarcastic as you please, SteveMacD. My point stands.
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Old 09-26-2018, 10:39 AM
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There was some article posted before the firing with Mick saying that he and Stevie met in Italy and she said she was interested in going deep into their catalog to do songs they havenít done live. I donít think it was clear if she meant pre or post 1975 catalog.

Regardless, I donít think any of this has anything to do with why Lindsey was fired.
In retrospect I think that comment in that article was a "trail balloon" LB wanting to play new songs, and the two of them using deep tracks (instead of new songs) as an approach to see if LB would swing in that direction.

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Old 09-26-2018, 01:19 PM
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Lindsey: Let's work up something new for our tour!

Rest of band: How about Station Man instead?

Lindsey: I think it's more creativity satisfying to do new material, or at least relatively new... but Stevie, if it's really important to you, you could sacrifice one of your songs to fit it in...

Stevie: Hell no!

Narrative now: "Lindsey selfishly never allowed us to do any material from before his tenure in the band."
This is exactly how $he thinks.
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