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Old 11-21-2023, 06:56 PM
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I agree with John B—quite interesting! Her sense of what works for a song already was highly developed. Liked what she said about Jimmy Cliff, Dionne Warwick, and Ten Years After. Astute critical ear.

I am soooooooo glad to get confirmation, too, that it IS her playing piano on “Coming Your Way,” which I’d assumed since I first heard it back in 82. The piano playing there sounds like her, not Jeremy. Many of us have been trying to nail down where she actually contributes to TPO. Some believe she contributed background vocals somewhere (where?) or that she played some piano on “Oh Well, Part 2.” I don’t hear any vocals and that sounds like another keyboardist on “Oh Well.” But “Coming Your Way” has her definite stamp.
The piano on Oh Well was Jeremy, I'm sure of that. Great to have the confirmation that Christine was the pianist on Coming your way- I had assumed this since Jeremy posted to say he had "no idea" who it was:

http://www.fleetwoodmac.net/ledge/sh...60#post1051360

Yes, I played piano on Kiln House, including Wurlitzer on Tell Me all the Things You Do.
On Coming Your Way? No idea.


Interesting that she didn't care for the "a slice of classical music, something like Brahms played backwards that comes in the middle of a jam session. I didn't really see the point of that."

I had always wondered about that bit of Searching for Madge, too.
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I still think there’s some Moog on “Oh Well, pt. 2” in addition to the orchestra and recorder.
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I still think there’s some Moog on “Oh Well, pt. 2” in addition to the orchestra and recorder.
The droning sound came from a cello, which was played by Green, although it's entirely possible that a Moog was layered underneath it.
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