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Old 09-21-2023, 12:49 PM
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On the Golden Girls, remember when they'd occasionally "show" what was going on inside Rose's head, and it would just be nonsensical gibberish?

I'd imagine that's what being inside $tevie's head is like...
And then there's Maude...
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Old 09-21-2023, 12:59 PM
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But was it played at concerts? I was looking for 1979/80 shows with IKINW and only find 2 dates with this song included in the set list, but both at "unknown venue" so I guess it was the rehearsals.

Since once I read this website is not 100% reliable, I ask if anybody actually saw IkINW in the Tusk tour?
Never say never, I guess. For a long time, nobody but a few Europeans knew that Fleetwood Mac played “That’s Enough for Me” in concert. Then an audience tape finally surfaced from somewhere in Europe, and now we have a fantastic version of it from Wembley on the Tusk Deluxe release. Have you heard that?

If you’re interested in IKINW, the most logical place to look is probably the first couple of shows in October. That first concert in Boise, Idaho, may have featured several amazing songs that they rehearsed: IKINW, The Ledge, Honey Hi, That’s All for Everyone, Brown Eyes. A week ahead of the opening night, they were still rehearsing The Ledge right after Over and Over, and IKINW was after Sisters of the Moon and before Songbird. More of Tusk the album was planned for the tour. It’s both interesting and confusing to ponder the songs that went in and out of rotation from October 1979 to September 1980: Over and Over, Think About Me, Save Me a Place, That’s Enough for Me. (Never Forget seems an obvious choice for a concert closer.) So far as I know, the Tusk constants were Sara, What Makes You Think You’re the One, Not That Funny, Sisters of the Moon, Angel, and Tusk. Six songs were kept in the set all year solid. That’s not too bad, really, for Fleetwood Mac, but it sure doesn’t measure up to the white album or Rumours.

And five songs from Tusk were part of the 1982 shows. How’s that? Not bad. Who says Tusk was a failure?
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Old 09-21-2023, 06:40 PM
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It was a joke.
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I mean even if you were dead serious, it was clearly a joke 😂
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Old 09-22-2023, 01:06 PM
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I was watching this Rhiannon clip from the Live 1982 US Festival (Fifth date of the Mirage tour). What caught my attention was the long and cool intro. I think itís the longest Rhiannon intro Iíve heard (almost one minute). This intro is not in the Live at the Forum, Los Angeles included in the Deluxe edition. It is not in the video either. Was it cut or they actually didnít play it?

Is this Rhiannon (or other songs) US festival version available in any audio edition?

The one at the Rumours {35th Anniversary Expanded Edition) or the (Live at Tucson, 8/28/80) from Tusk Deluxe are a bit similar but longs just around 15 seconds. I think this US Festival is one of the coolest intro Iíve heard.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCwKDgiDuVY
Love Mick's drumming on this intro - good find, my friend!!
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