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Old 04-24-2024, 04:34 PM
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My single biggest dislike about BuckVie is that the intro to On With The Show sounds exactly like this one particular royalty free track that gets used on youtube videos all the time.
let's hear it...
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It was tongue and cheek.
I mean, who doesn't love a nice rim job?
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My single biggest dislike about BuckVie is that the intro to On With The Show sounds exactly like this one particular royalty free track that gets used on youtube videos all the time.
I quite like the song and the sentiment it expresses,whilst being saddened by the irony of it "I will stand by my band..."

I do think the outro is a tiny bit too long and there seems to be a bit of re-use of a motiff from You and I Part II. John's bass is lovely and tasteful, as ever.

But where's Christine? I'm not going to invest in some super-deluxe headphones to see if I can make her out, deeply buried in the mix. I find it a little odd that LB didn't use her more on his songs, even if he thoughtthat they were in the can before her return...

For a duets album, there could have been a bit more duetting...
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I quite like the song and the sentiment it expresses,whilst being saddened by the irony of it "I will stand by my band..."

I do think the outro is a tiny bit too long and there seems to be a bit of re-use of a motiff from You and I Part II. John's bass is lovely and tasteful, as ever.

But where's Christine? I'm not going to invest in some super-deluxe headphones to see if I can make her out, deeply buried in the mix. I find it a little odd that LB didn't use her more on his songs, even if he thoughtthat they were in the can before her return...

For a duets album, there could have been a bit more duetting...
You do know that Lindsey is somewhat of a control freak, right? Are you new here?
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You do know that Lindsey is somewhat of a control freak, right? Are you new here?
Even allowing for that....

I keep listening for those soothing and subtle oohs and aahs he sometimes let her add to his songs and they're just not there. Just an extra bit of colour was on his palette and he thought better of it.
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You do know that Lindsey is somewhat of a control freak, right? Are you new here?
yeah but isn't that precisely why they brought in Mitchell Froom?? Doesn't he deserve some of the blame??
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yeah but isn't that precisely why they brought in Mitchell Groom?? Doesn't he deserve some of the blame??
I thought Mitch Froom produced the EP and he played instruments on LBCM...I've got to read the liner notes(case) for LBCM!
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I stand corrected. I was going from my memory of the mini documentary video if them in the studio and though Mitchell Froom was the guy sitting at the console. Lindsey is all over not just his songs but hers too. There's your problem right there, man.

Sleeping Around The Corner
Engineer – Lindsey Buckingham, Mark Needham
Mixed By – Lindsey Buckingham, Mark Needham
Producer – Lindsey Buckingham
Written-By – Lindsey Buckingham
A2
Feel About You
Co-producer – Mark Needham
Engineer – Ben O'Neill, Mark Needham
Mixed By – Lindsey Buckingham, Mark Needham
Producer – Lindsey Buckingham
Written-By – Christine McVie, Lindsey Buckingham
A3
In My World
Engineer – David Boucher, Lindsey Buckingham
Mixed By – Lindsey Buckingham
Producer – Lindsey Buckingham, Mitchell Froom
Written-By – Lindsey Buckingham
A4
Red Sun
Co-producer – Mark Needham
Engineer – Ben O'Neill, Mark Needham
Mixed By – Lindsey Buckingham, Mark Needham
Producer – Lindsey Buckingham
Written-By – Christine McVie, Lindsey Buckingham
A5
Love Is Here To Stay
Engineer – Lindsey Buckingham, Mark Needham
Mixed By – Lindsey Buckingham, Mark Needham
Producer – Lindsey Buckingham
Written-By – Lindsey Buckingham
B1
Too Far Gone
Co-producer – Mark Needham
Engineer – Ben O'Neill, Mark Needham
Mixed By – Lindsey Buckingham, Mark Needham
Producer – Lindsey Buckingham
Written-By – Christine McVie, Lindsey Buckingham
B2
Lay Down For Free
Engineer – David Boucher, Lindsey Buckingham
Mixed By – Lindsey Buckingham, Mark Needham
Producer – Lindsey Buckingham, Mitchell Froom
Written-By – Lindsey Buckingham
B3
Game Of Pretend
Co-producer – Mark Needham
Engineer – Ben O'Neill, Mark Needham
Mixed By – Lindsey Buckingham, Mark Needham
Producer – Lindsey Buckingham
Written-By – Christine McVie
B4
On With The Show
Engineer – David Boucher, Lindsey Buckingham
Mixed By – Lindsey Buckingham, Mark Needham
Producer – Lindsey Buckingham, Mitchell Froom
Written-By – Lindsey Buckingham
B5
Carnival Begin
Co-producer – Mark Needham
Engineer – Ben O'Neill, Mark Needham
Mixed By – Lindsey Buckingham, Mark Needham
Producer – Lindsey Buckingham
Written-By – Christine McVie

I still want to hear Christine's version of Carnival Begin before Lindsey turned it into I'm So Afraid
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yeah but isn't that precisely why they brought in Mitchell Groom?? Doesn't he deserve some of the blame??
Mitchell Froom, who’s produced a ton of artists, including Crowded House in the ‘80s, a band he officially joined in 2019. Incidentally, he played on Out Of The Cradle. Fun fact: He was married to Suzanne Vega.

Anyway, he was brought on to entice Stevie to record with them. Those were the songs Lindsey did with Mick and John in 2012. I don’t know how involved Froom was after Christine came back.
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Even allowing for that....

I keep listening for those soothing and subtle oohs and aahs he sometimes let her add to his songs and they're just not there. Just an extra bit of colour was on his palette and he thought better of it.
I love BuckVie just as it is, and I'm very thankful that it's free of Old Goatsy. Could there have been more Christine? Sure... but I love my swan song, regardless.
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As referenced by Don't Stop, Think About Me, and Hold Me.
Um, what? On all three songs you listed both Lindsey's and Christine's vocals can be heard clearly and you can distinguish one from the other. For songs like Sleeping Around the Corner and Love is Here to Stay, this is not the case. Both great songs (I tell a lie, I bloody hate Love is Here to Stay and usually skip it when I listen to BuckVie), but I doubt Christine is singing on those recordings.
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Um, what? On all three songs you listed both Lindsey's and Christine's vocals can be heard clearly and you can distinguish one from the other. For songs like Sleeping Around the Corner and Love is Here to Stay, this is not the case. Both great songs (I tell a lie, I bloody hate Love is Here to Stay and usually skip it when I listen to BuckVie), but I doubt Christine is singing on those recordings.
I agree they can be heard clearly, though at first in Don't Stop it was a bit hard to distinguish one from the other.

Besides, in those songs both voices were different than today. Specially Lindsey's, it was far different than in 2017. So in the BuckVie songs it should be very easy to distinguish them.
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I agree they can be heard clearly, though at first in Don't Stop it was a bit hard to distinguish one from the other.

Besides, in those songs both voices were different than today. Specially Lindsey's, it was far different than in 2017. So in the BuckVie songs it should be very easy to distinguish them.
The reason you can't distinguish Lindsey's and Christine's voices on Lindsey's BuckVie songs is because she is NOT singing on his songs!

Someone else said it, for a duet album they could have done a lot more duetting. And also true, as someone said, Lindsey would have opened his songs to record Stevie's vocals on them (if for example they were doing a duet album). Why not open his songs up for Christine's vocals? Just seems so odd to me. Oh well.
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