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In my opinion, I just don't care about their relationship. That bond is old and tired.

I do care about BuckVie having a trust and a kindred spirit kind of relationship. It shows on this new album. I believe that if they did another album from scratch, it would only get better and better.

As for the full band, I thought they sounded great.. and that was just youtube..
I saw Stevie being very playful w/ Christine.. I think these two are bff's. That's nice, too.

I hope they switch the set list up for the 2018 tour. It would do them and the fans some good.
Agreed. I have wanted BuckVie to collaborate more intensively for years, and I am glad we are finally getting it. I also agree about Stevie and Chris' bond. They're very different, but it works.
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But ultimately she valued/values his opinion.

I also think Lindsey's way of communicating his ideas/knowledge is entirely different when he's talking with Christine than when he's talking with Stevie. Let's face it: Stevie wants to be the boss but Lindsey isn't exactly the most understanding and patient person in the world.
Stevie's used to getting her way, and Lindsey can be a pretentious twit. So many power plays there...it's easy to see why their romantic relationship was doomed.
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Perhaps the length of the tours would be better if shorter, so they could have a better attitude about it.
This!

I realize these 18 month tours rake in the dollars, but if they kept them to a reasonable 4-6 months tops, they (Stevie) probably wouldn't need 3 year gaps between projects just to look at each other again...
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This!

I realize these 18 month tours rake in the dollars, but if they kept them to a reasonable 4-6 months tops, they (Stevie) probably wouldn't need 3 year gaps between projects just to look at each other again...
Exactly!! Remember after Tusk.. they were so sick of each other.

Mirage's short tour was a result of that. And then LB didn't even want to tour Tango. Tusk tour burned them out.
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I guess I don't understand why anyone would think they would do anything different for a show billed as The Classic.
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I guess I don't understand why anyone would think they would do anything different for a show billed as The Classic.
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