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Old 08-04-2006, 10:45 PM
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Who played the vibraphone/xylophone on "Dreams"?

I say it had to have been either Lindsey or Christine--or maybe one of the engineers.
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Old 08-04-2006, 11:19 PM
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Something says Christine. I dunno, seems like something she'd be playing.
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Old 08-05-2006, 05:42 AM
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Back in that time(the 1970's), I'd say it was Christine.
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Old 08-12-2006, 12:34 PM
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I thought it was just me that noticed them...
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Old 08-12-2006, 03:04 PM
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It's probably the same person that plays on That's All For Everyone.
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Old 08-15-2006, 09:16 AM
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My bet would be Mick. Xylophone is a percussion instrument, and in concert he plays the chimes for "The Chain," which is a sideline instrument in the percussion field.
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My bet would be Mick. Xylophone is a percussion instrument, and in concert he plays the chimes for "The Chain," which is a sideline instrument in the percussion field.
I'll SURELY bet that it's NOT Mick. He's a drummer. Not a musician.
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I was just wondering that too, David. I had never noticed them before, but I heard them while listening to the instrumental tracks Carrie reposted. I guess they were masked by the vocals before, or they resided in the long ago worn away grooves on my 1977 vinyl.
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Old 08-15-2006, 12:33 PM
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I was just wondering that too, David. I had never noticed them before, but I heard them while listening to the instrumental tracks Carrie reposted. I guess they were masked by the vocals before, or they resided in the long ago worn away grooves on my 1977 vinyl.
Yeah, I never noticed them when I just casually listened to Rumours. But the Rumours Off the Record folio published in 1991 indicates the vibraphone notation, & also the DVD-A instrumentation screens indicate the use of vibes, too. They're really clear on that alterna-channel mix that was posted on 7 Dunders.
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Old 08-15-2006, 02:29 PM
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I'll SURELY bet that it's NOT Mick. He's a drummer. Not a musician.
Hey, Homer, cut me some slack. Xylophone IS a percusion instrument.
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i have another question about dreams that´s propably talked here earlier,
on the dance concert stevie forgot twice the opening line to dreams,
it´s edited from the video,but you can see at the end how pleased stevie is towards audience for accepting her mistakes.
was the mistakes shown in the original tv broadcast?
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^^ could you elaborate on the mistakes??

not because I don't believe you. I've just never seen it and I'm curious
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^^ In an interview around the time the 'Dance' was filmed, Stevie said she was so nervous that she flubbed the opening lyrics to "Dreams" twice.
They filmed three nights of shows though... the dress rehearsal and two in front of a full audience... so it's possible/probable that the "Dreams" we see in the video isn't even from the same night that the flubbings occured.

To answer LittleWolf's question... no, the mistakes weren't aired.
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Hey, Homer, cut me some slack. Xylophone IS a percusion instrument.
Percussion yes, but still being beyond the -untrained- skills of a -High School dropout- caveman. I GUARANTEE you, he didn't play them.
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