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Old 06-28-2024, 11:29 AM
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World Turning and Sugar Daddy make it onto EVERY greatest hits cd I've ever made.

I disagree about needing it to be longer, though. I put the live version from the Mirage boxed set on the last one, though, and regretted it. It's like 13 minutes long, which is too long!
The studio version should have had more of a jam at the end. Nobody said 13 minutes, Wilma.
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The studio version should have had more of a jam at the end. Nobody said 13 minutes, Wilma.
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I think Olsen kept it terse at the end, who knows? But, it's a crisp sound!! And total BuckVie!
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I think Olsen kept it terse at the end, who knows? But, it's a crisp sound!! And total BuckVie!
Ve don't need no stinkin' goat!!!!
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Ve don't need no stinkin' goat!!!!
Until they did.
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Until they did.
Quite sad when you think about it. When the band accepted her like a house cat (as Stevie says), I am sure they were impressed with her writing and such. But no one would dare to dream the band would revolve around her decades later. The one that does not write music. The one that does not play an instrument. They fired their guitarist and vocalist just to placate her so they could make huge money on the tour.
It truly must be a surreal feeling for the band members.
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She ruined the ending of THE BAND OF MY LIFE.

If Hell's a thing, I hope she spends eternity there. Crank it up, Satan. Crank it up!
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Quite sad when you think about it. When the band accepted her like a house cat (as Stevie says), I am sure they were impressed with her writing and such. But no one would dare to dream the band would revolve around her decades later. The one that does not write music. The one that does not play an instrument. They fired their guitarist and vocalist just to placate her so they could make huge money on the tour.
It truly must be a surreal feeling for the band members.
I think the writing was on the wall when girls started coming to the shows in witch garb in 1975-76. Certainly by 1981.
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The best LB did with the bluesy stuff was GLYUTB.
Thatís the only blues song I can think of that he played.
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Thatís the only blues song I can think of that he played.
And the only time I've seen him play slide.
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Thatís the only blues song I can think of that he played.
There were some great moments on that Deluxe Version.

McVie/McVie/Fleetwood/Buck.

A nice 4some jam.
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NBC just played Holiday Road during their coverage of NASCAR on the Streets Of Chicago.
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I bet you can guess what his favorite song is, on the Tusk album
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She ruined the ending of THE BAND OF MY LIFE.
You must really like that song because you play it for us all the time.
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NBC just played Holiday Road during their coverage of NASCAR on the Streets Of Chicago.
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