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Old 09-02-2020, 01:55 PM
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Would anyone like to share this song? I not longer have it in my collection.

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Old 09-04-2020, 09:36 AM
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Hi.

Would anyone like to share this song? I not longer have it in my collection.

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Let me look, Curtis. I had the cd way back when. Hopefully, I downloaded it to one of my hard drives. Since, I'll soon be downloading the NEW BOX SET ***-1974 to my IPOD (yes I still have one), I'll look for it.
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[QUOTE=jbrownsjr; Since, I'll soon be downloading the NEW BOX SET ***-1974 to my IPOD (yes I still have one)

Me too!
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Old 09-06-2020, 03:01 PM
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Let me look, Curtis. I had the cd way back when. Hopefully, I downloaded it to one of my hard drives. Since, I'll soon be downloading the NEW BOX SET ***-1974 to my IPOD (yes I still have one), I'll look for it.
From what I've seen, sadly the box set isn't downloadable (well not in the UK at any rate).
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From what I've seen, sadly the box set isn't downloadable (well not in the UK at any rate).
Not here either. I have a USB attachment in the center console; thus, I'll download the cd to IPOD. When I'm listening to blue tooth streaming, I'll pop the IPOD on.
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I'd love a lossless copy of this song if anyone is able to share one.
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Seeing if this works
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It's a nice blues jam, but sure doesn't sound like modern FM. It's too repetitive, IMO.
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It's a nice blues jam, but sure doesn't sound like modern FM. It's too repetitive, IMO.
Itís also too LA-slick. Christine sounds good but would sound a lot better if the production and arrangement werenít so glossy. If you canít let your scars show while singing the blues, then why bother.
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Itís also too LA-slick. Christine sounds good but would sound a lot better if the production and arrangement werenít so glossy. If you canít let your scars show while singing the blues, then why bother.
To be fair, it was 1988 and they were in LA.

As a blues fan, I love Chess Records but really donít like Alligator Records, another Chicago blues label, for kind of that same reason. Chess had short, charming songs (including the original Etta James version of Roll With Me Henry).
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It's amazing when you take her into another element just how much she can do as a keyboardist.
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Cool jam.
Hate to go off topic but the photo from this line up 1990 always drove me nuts. Does it not look like Chris has Micky Mouse ears on. I used to think it was the wall but her head is in front of the wall. Is this a black bow in her hair? Strange

On another note, I was reading a recent criticism of BTM and how Fleetwood Mac in 1990 gave way too much album space to Billy and Rick almost taking up half an album. I think the band wanted to showcase their new members as almost a Lindsey replacement. But what would it have been like if only Chris and Stevie did vocals for the entire album. Interesting to think about.
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Cool jam.
Hate to go off topic but the photo from this line up 1990 always drove me nuts. Does it not look like Chris has Micky Mouse ears on. I used to think it was the wall but her head is in front of the wall. Is this a black bow in her hair? Strange

On another note, I was reading a recent criticism of BTM and how Fleetwood Mac in 1990 gave way too much album space to Billy and Rick almost taking up half an album. I think the band wanted to showcase their new members as almost a Lindsey replacement. But what would it have been like if only Chris and Stevie did vocals for the entire album. Interesting to think about.
McNicks! I dig it.
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McNicks! I dig it.
Haven't we already established Nick's best contributions to BTM were background vocals. I say let Chris have the entire album.

BTW,
Chris's vocals on When It Comes to Love brought the song to an entire new level. Here is Billy singing it on the demo/outake.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ogsaIOAinI
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Haven't we already established Nick's best contributions to BTM were background vocals. I say let Chris have the entire album.

BTW,
Chris's vocals on When It Comes to Love brought the song to an entire new level. Here is Billy singing it on the demo/outake.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ogsaIOAinI
Wow, you're right. I missed the cool sounding guitar solo, too. Loved the harmonies and organ placement. (haven't heard this version before).
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