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Old 05-24-2023, 01:19 PM
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He’s working on it, right? Has he talked to the press lately?
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Old 05-24-2023, 01:26 PM
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I haven't heard anything but I'm hoping he announces it next month with a release date in September. That was the timeline for his last one but then that could have been for COVID reasons (like summer 2021 was when concerts came back)
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I hope there is a tribute to Christine on the new album.
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I hope there is a tribute to Christine on the new album.
Yes, like using the leftovers from Buckingham McVie. I’m sure he will. It will make for good press.
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Old 05-24-2023, 04:05 PM
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Yes, like using the leftovers from Buckingham McVie. I’m sure he will. It will make for good press.
Their combination was my favorite thing about FM. The worked so well together.
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Their combination was my favorite thing about FM. The worked so well together.
The Youtube album documentary and the tv interviews they did together was really heartwarming.
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Old 05-24-2023, 04:15 PM
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The Youtube album documentary and the tv interviews they did together was really heartwarming.
It really was heartwarming. And they recorded of course with John and Mick...

How come they all got along so well? What was missing?

Oh yeah...
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Old 05-24-2023, 04:38 PM
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It really was heartwarming. And they recorded of course with John and Mick...

How come they all got along so well? What was missing?

Oh yeah...
I’ll go to my grave knowing that album should’ve been a Fleetwood Mac album. Absolutely STUPID. And we all know the one 5’1” reason why it wasn’t. It would’ve sold marginally better and be slightly more well known than it is but dammit, it’s a Fleetwood Mac album.
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I’ll go to my grave knowing that album should’ve been a Fleetwood Mac album. Absolutely STUPID. And we all know the one 5’1” reason why it wasn’t. It would’ve sold marginally better and be slightly more well known than it is but dammit, it’s a Fleetwood Mac album.
It was, and should have been. Stupid old goat ruined the ending of our band. I hope karma gets her, but good.
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I’ll go to my grave knowing that album should’ve been a Fleetwood Mac album. Absolutely STUPID. And we all know the one 5’1” reason why it wasn’t. It would’ve sold marginally better and be slightly more well known than it is but dammit, it’s a Fleetwood Mac album.
I agree 100% it’s a shame Stevie wasn’t on it. Time and Say You Will was released as Mac albums because Mick and John were on it. PERIOD!
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He’s working on it, right? Has he talked to the press lately?
I just found recent old Fleetwood Mac pictures in his twitter.
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Lindsey has taken the best tracks from what was to be his next solo album and contributed them to the next Fleetwood Mac album. The 1987 Fairlight II has been plugged back in to recreate Stevie's and Christine's voices and John’s bass. Mick will come on down to hear the new work and Lindsey will see the kindred spirit that is Mick and invite Mick to replace the programmed drums with live drum tracks, but Lindsey won’t cut the programmed drums, he will keep them all, so their will be nothing short of 76 drum tracks per song. Lindsey will then comment that is the best work the five of them have ever done and Stevie will proudly say these are her best vocals in 35 years.
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Lindsey has taken the best tracks from what was to be his next solo album and contributed them to the next Fleetwood Mac album. The 1987 Fairlight II has been plugged back in to recreate Stevie's and Christine's voices and John’s bass. Mick will come on down to hear the new work and Lindsey will see the kindred spirit that is Mick and invite Mick to replace the programmed drums with live drum tracks, but Lindsey won’t cut the programmed drums, he will keep them all, so their will be nothing short of 76 drum tracks per song. Lindsey will then comment that is the best work the five of them have ever done and Stevie will proudly say these are her best vocals in 35 years.
And then the Grammy voters will add them to the nominations at the last minute, and they will scoop the awards and hug Don Kirshner.
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And then the Grammy voters will add them to the nominations at the last minute, and they will scoop the awards and hug Don Kirshner.
hahahahaha!!!
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And then the Grammy voters will add them to the nominations at the last minute, and they will scoop the awards and hug Don Kirshner.
and Lindsey will barf on Dick Clark
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