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Old 08-19-2005, 02:16 PM
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Old 08-19-2005, 06:49 PM
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Old 08-19-2005, 07:21 PM
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Mirage tour. WAY too much chorus on Lindsey's guitar for my tastes.
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Old 08-19-2005, 07:29 PM
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...even though Lindsey FINALLY got the hang of "Oh Well" on this tour.

i don't think i'm clear on how you feel about this matter....
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Old 08-19-2005, 07:30 PM
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As much as I do love this tour...they had much more material to play with live later on that was their own, that makes the later tours so much better by comparison.
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Old 08-19-2005, 09:56 PM
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Exclamation Round 6 The Mirage!

This round so Mirage get the most votes, Goat voices and long guitar chords.
Mirage Tour, The voters have spoken. Please leave

The Mirage Tour - 9
White Album Tour - 5
Tusk Tour - 2
Rumours Tour - 1

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Say You Will Tour
Behind The Mask Tour
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Old 08-19-2005, 10:07 PM
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great tour, but La Nicks had not come into her own and LB was still shaky on the older FM stuff. But, when they clicked - SHEEBUS - see live Why as an example.

But, by the Rumors tour, they were all at the top of the 70's game and it was just better IMO.

The Tusk tour was the oddest one here. By then, I think they were all a little tired of each other. I also think the voices were changing a little for the worse. But, Tusk had Sara and that may make it win for me, though the SS on the first part of the Rumors tour is one of the best things I have ever heard in my life.
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Old 08-19-2005, 10:32 PM
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I vote Rumours Tour.
I want White Album to win, I love all thos Pre BN classics! Station Man, Spare Me A Little, Green manalishi, Hypnotized, Tell Me All The Things You Do, Believe Me, ect
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Old 08-19-2005, 10:47 PM
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Mirage tour. WAY too much chorus on Lindsey's guitar for my tastes.
Yeah, what the fock was up with all that? He was running a much drier signal on the Tusk tour, so I like listening to that better.

Mirage was reverbing all over the ****ing house -- except for the venues they did outdoors, like the festivals, Irvine Meadows & Alpine Valley.
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Rumours tour. I find the set lists of the 1975 tours to be more interesting. They had the pre-1975 pop-rock, some blues, Buckingham Nicks tunes, and new songs, and they tended to mix things up a bit. They also mixed things up a bit more on the "Tusk" tour, too. The "Rumours" tour, at least after they dropped all of the pre-1975 stuff, save "Oh Well," was pretty boring. A set list of songs that were almost entirely from two albums really doesn't do anything for me.

Actually, this band was at their BEST during the '76 tours. The "Rosebud" era. The time when the white album wasn't exactly new, but "Rumours" hadn't been released. They were doing the new songs, but they were still doing the really old songs. So, it had a very nice mix. Moreover, the band itself was absolutely smoking, not needing ANY extra musicians, not even Ray Lindsey. And, Stevie's voice was still very strong (although Christine was starting to do the higher harmonies live). But, these tours aren't really an option.
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great tour, but La Nicks had not come into her own and LB was still shaky on the older FM stuff. But, when they clicked - SHEEBUS - see live Why as an example.

But, by the Rumors tour, they were all at the top of the 70's game and it was just better IMO.

The Tusk tour was the oddest one here. By then, I think they were all a little tired of each other. I also think the voices were changing a little for the worse. But, Tusk had Sara and that may make it win for me, though the SS on the first part of the Rumors tour is one of the best things I have ever heard in my life.
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Rumours tour. I find the set lists of the 1975 tours to be more interesting.
Just how many 1975 set lists are floating around in A) your head, & B) your collection?

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RumoursActually, this band was at their BEST during the '76 tours.
Do you have the film footage from the 1976 Day On The Green? It's so cleansing, so special, so beautiful, so kinky, so morbid, so sublime to watch them on that outdoor stage -- kings of the world -- going through their hippie trip.

They really were a good band, once upon a time.
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Just how many 1975 set lists are floating around in A) your head, & B) your collection?
A) Well, none in my head, really. I just got done with the first week of training on a new job, so that thinking organ between the ears is really not quite up to par.

B) At least four! Sure, they do many of the same songs, but no two sets are exactly the same. Nothing like the SYW tour (although, oddly, they did different sets each time I saw them on that tour).
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