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Old 12-21-2020, 06:47 PM
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Originally Posted by SteveMacD View Post
Lindsey’s absence wasn’t the problem. It’s not like his songs on Mirage and TITN were classics, save for “Big Love.” ITBOMM was just as good as anything Lindsey released with Fleetwood Mac in the ‘80s if we’re being honest. He wouldn’t have saved the day.

Christine was magnificent, the harmonies were superb, and Rick had one of the best solos in the band’s history. Lindsey couldn’t have done the “Save Me” solo on his best day.

The problem was subpar production, not going with better songs, and subpar songs from Stevie.

The band should have gotten Ken Caillat, Mitchell Froom, or Jeff Lynn to produce.


Skies the Limit
Victim of Love
Save Me
In the Back of My Mind
Behind the Mask
When the Sun Goes Down
Affairs of the Heart
Do you Know
Love Is Dangerous
Game of Love
Apart from When It Comes to Love (really a glorified Climie Fisher song) I really love the ones you've left off - they helped make the album for me.
Reuniting the Rumours line-up just produced 20 years of virtual silence. If Stevie didn't like the heat she should have quit the kitchen.

I know many will disagree - I have no desire to quarrel.

Peace and love everyone
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