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Old 08-05-2022, 03:29 PM
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Will Show Them The Way be her last song release?

It's been over a month since she told Mike Campbell she recorded vampire songs.
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Old 08-08-2022, 11:53 AM
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I hear she is working on a movie about Rhiannon with songs that she wrote for a song cycle. She is probably close to nailing down a final screenplay. Itís only a matter of time before we see Rhiannon on the big screen!
I'm still waiting for the play.
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I'm still waiting for the play.
Iíd love for her to consider doing a story map.
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Old 08-08-2022, 01:26 PM
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Does she know how dumb she sounds, STILL talking about this, after 45 years of talking about it?
I could never understand what appeal a Rhiannon movie would have. It would be the dumbest thing ever. Even in 1977. Or 1997. Or 2017. Or 2027.

She COULD just try and make her performances of the actual song Rhiannon more interesting. She puts more effort and energy into her Zeppelin cover or Black Magic Woman than she has in Rhiannon for at least 25-30 years (with a couple exceptions, since 1994 IMO).
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I could never understand what appeal a Rhiannon movie would have. It would be the dumbest thing ever. Even in 1977. Or 1997. Or 2017. Or 2027.

She COULD just try and make her performances of the actual song Rhiannon more interesting. She puts more effort and energy into her Zeppelin cover or Black Magic Woman than she has in Rhiannon for at least 25-30 years (with a couple exceptions, since 1994 IMO).
I think it should have been a TV show. The spin off could have come from the popular late 70s show Whats Happening. Rhiannon gets a job at Rob's place as a waitress. Soon enough she gets her own show and rings like a bell through the night

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8V8QMbLd2f8
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Old 08-09-2022, 10:18 AM
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I think it should have been a TV show. The spin off could have come from the popular late 70s show Whats Happening. Rhiannon gets a job at Rob's place as a waitress. Soon enough she gets her own show and rings like a bell through the night

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8V8QMbLd2f8
So basically what Stevie's life would have become, had Lindsey not insisted "that we're a package deal".
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Old 08-09-2022, 11:01 AM
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So basically what Stevie's life would have become, had Lindsey not insisted "that we're a package deal".
No, Stevie was receiving plenty of business offers in the early 70s. She stayed with Lindsey because she felt bad for him and she talked Mick, John, and Chris into letting him come into the band too.

And a Rhiannon show these days would need erotic vampires
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No, Stevie was receiving plenty of business offers in the early 70s. She stayed with Lindsey because she felt bad for him and she talked Mick, John, and Chris into letting him come into the band too.

And a Rhiannon show these days would need erotic vampires
How's that Rhiannon Kool Aid?
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Does she know how dumb she sounds, STILL talking about this, after 45 years of talking about it?
In fairness, Christine threatened a blues record for decades...and each time she mentioned it I wanted to reach through the pages of the article and shake her.
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In fairness, Christine threatened a blues record for decades...and each time she mentioned it I wanted to reach through the pages of the article and shake her.
How long has it been since..... she was doing that blues album!!! grrrrrrrr
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Old 08-09-2022, 06:34 PM
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In fairness, Christine threatened a blues record for decades...and each time she mentioned it I wanted to reach through the pages of the article and shake her.
That's a little different. A little. She COULD do the blues record if she WANTED. $tevie can't make a movie without financing(or financing it herself). The Rhiannon movie is just something $he's been blathering on about for the past 45 years. god, have I really been following a band for 10 years longer than I've been alive?
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How's that Rhiannon Kool Aid?
It's crystalline!
You didn't know that Stevie could have joined any band in the early 1970s as a keyboardist or guitarist? She didn't need Fleetwood Mac.

She was just too good to Lindsey. And where did that get her! All that she had to sacrifice professionally. I feel for her
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It's crystalline!
You didn't know that Stevie could have joined any band in the early 1970s as a keyboardist or guitarist? She didn't need Fleetwood Mac.

She was just too good to Lindsey. And where did that get her! All that she had to sacrifice professionally. I feel for her
Bands were beating on her door, wanting to hire her as their keyboardist.

You know, $he could probably play keys for some really hard punk band. Plod, plod, thud, thud....."yeahhhhhhh!!!!!!"
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Bands were beating on her door, wanting to hire her as their keyboardist.

You know, $he could probably play keys for some really hard punk band. Plod, plod, thud, thud....."yeahhhhhhh!!!!!!"
She was doing that rad pre-Gold Dust Woman dance from SYW Live in Boston back then too. It started a movement!
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She was doing that rad pre-Gold Dust Woman dance from SYW Live in Boston back then too. It started a movement!
The #2 Overture.
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