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Murrow 07-24-2020 08:20 AM

Box set potential
 
Now that Warners are releasing the Early Years box set chronicling 1969-74 including bonus tracks and a live set, is it inconceivable they could also do a Later Years covering 1988-2013. Here's what I have in mind.

DISC 1: Behind the Mask (+ tracks from sessions)
DISC 2: Time (+ tracks recorded before Warners forced Christine's involvement - I'm sure there must be some - and World Cup version of Blow By Blow).
DISC 3: The Dance
DISC 4: Say You Will

DISC 5: Non-album cuts as follows (order flexible)

1. As Long as You Follow
2. No Questions Asked
3. Paper Doll
4. Lizard People (not currently commercially available)
5. Love Shines
6. Heart of Stone
7. Make Me a Mask
8. Not Make Believe
9. Love Minus Zero/No Limit
10. Sad Angel
11. Without You
12. It Takes Time
13. Miss Fantasy
14. Gold Dust Woman (The Dance DVD version)
15. Over My Head (Dance DVD)
16. Gypsy (Dance DVD)
17. Songbird (Dance DVD)
18. Go Insane (Dance DVD)
19. Peacekeeper (Live@AOL version)
20. Smile At You (Live@AOL version)

Live in Boston DVD

Villavic 07-26-2020 02:11 PM

It's an interesting songs content. However it's like combining different bands. I know many people consider the rhythm section (M+J) as the "glue" of Fleetwood Mac, but in my personal opinion it is not enough. Listening Time and SYW songs together is kind of weird.

BLY 07-26-2020 02:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Villavic (Post 1259063)
It's an interesting songs content. However it's like combining different bands. I know many people consider the rhythm section (M+J) as the "glue" of Fleetwood Mac, but in my personal opinion it is not enough. Listening Time and SYW songs together is kind of weird.


I agree this release will not happen. If any other “box” releases it could be ..

Behind the Mask

Time

Dance/ Say You Will

GJK 07-26-2020 03:35 PM

DISC 3: The Dance

DISC 5: Non-album cuts as follows (order flexible)

...
14. Gold Dust Woman (The Dance DVD version)
15. Over My Head (Dance DVD)
16. Gypsy (Dance DVD)
17. Songbird (Dance DVD)
18. Go Insane (Dance DVD)

So, there's an overlap of these songs?

Nice idea, but this too far-fetched.

GJK

SteveMacD 07-26-2020 11:14 PM

I’d just make The Dance a two disc set.

Murrow 07-28-2020 03:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GJK (Post 1259066)
DISC 3: The Dance

DISC 5: Non-album cuts as follows (order flexible)

...
14. Gold Dust Woman (The Dance DVD version)
15. Over My Head (Dance DVD)
16. Gypsy (Dance DVD)
17. Songbird (Dance DVD)
18. Go Insane (Dance DVD)

So, there's an overlap of these songs?

Nice idea, but this too far-fetched.

GJK

Well no because they didn't appear on the CD edition of the album - there wasn't room.

Street_Dreamer 07-29-2020 12:29 AM

Wasn't Go Your Own Way edited too from the original concert version? Or maybe it was The Chain? Or maybe I'm getting confused and thinking about one of the re-released greatest hits versions?

Murrow 07-29-2020 01:03 AM

Both songs are on both formats. I don't know about any edited versions.

BLY 07-29-2020 01:45 PM

Say You Will box set would be great.

CD 1 Original version
CD 2 B sides/ Alternative tracks from unreleased double album
DVD concert full Boston live show
DVD 5.1 audio surround sound
Vinyl album

David 08-08-2020 02:20 PM

Considering that THE DANCE was a number one album and that the CD was always a shortened track list, it seems bizarre that, in twenty-three years, it has never been repackaged more completely or been transferred to Blu-ray. I don't know whether it was originally filmed on celluloid and I have heard that a high-definition release is impossible. What I hear is that film stock can be upgraded to high-def or UHD but that digital shoots can't.

Murrow 08-08-2020 03:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Villavic (Post 1259063)
It's an interesting songs content. However it's like combining different bands. I know many people consider the rhythm section (M+J) as the "glue" of Fleetwood Mac, but in my personal opinion it is not enough. Listening Time and SYW songs together is kind of weird.

Not if they're on separate discs.

HomerMcvie 08-08-2020 10:32 PM

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Originally Posted by David (Post 1259288)
Considering that THE DANCE was a number one album and that the CD was always a shortened track list, it seems bizarre that, in twenty-three years, it has never been repackaged more completely or been transferred to Blu-ray. I don't know whether it was originally filmed on celluloid and I have heard that a high-definition release is impossible. What I hear is that film stock can be upgraded to high-def or UHD but that digital shoots can't.

Screw The Dance. MIRAGE is them at their peak. And I want the unreleased songs!!! THAT'S what needs to happen. Somebody tell that old bastard Mick to stick a crowbar in his wallet and make it happen!

Macfan4life 08-09-2020 04:51 AM

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Originally Posted by HomerMcvie (Post 1259302)
Screw The Dance. MIRAGE is them at their peak. And I want the unreleased songs!!! THAT'S what needs to happen. Somebody tell that old bastard Mick to stick a crowbar in his wallet and make it happen!

Yes! The FULL Mirage show would be really something. Sara, Hold Me, Brown Eyes, etc

But I know, you just want the Blu-ray version of Not That Funny to show your friends

HomerMcvie 08-09-2020 08:26 AM

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Originally Posted by Macfan4life (Post 1259309)

But I know, you just want the Blu-ray version of Not That Funny to show your friends

NTF ran them out of the house in 1985, and I'm sure it can still hold that standard today.

The screaming...all that ridiculous SCREAMING.

"We'll watch this with you, as long as you fast forward through that one song!":lol::lol::lol:

David 08-09-2020 02:30 PM

But which "full Mirage show"? Not the LA video - I've seen it already. Wouldn't you rather have a film of the performance at Joe Louis in Detroit, or at the Meadowlands, or the Oakland Coliseum, or McNichols in Denver - all great, great shows that you could discover afresh? Even the show at Irvine Meadows seemed more tightly packed with great, haunting moments than LA. Truthfully, LA felt to me like an also-ran to Irvine (which was about a week or two earlier) and to Oakland the night before. The tour had many highlights, but the stuff that wound up on the sloppy, vibe-killing video didn't capture enough of them.


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