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Old 07-20-2021, 05:46 PM
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I'm wondering if this is the next thing we will see. Also, do you think Christine would get involved? Has Mick finally released himself from the goat addiction? Does he finally want to make music without having a boss that doesn't say $he's the boss?
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I'm wondering if this is the next thing we will see. Also, do you think Christine would get involved? Has Mick finally released himself from the goat addiction? Does he finally want to make music without having a boss that doesn't say $he's the boss?
If $tevie said $he needs a couple years off, old Dick's got to suck up to someone. '$he's not the boss needs a break, so I'll try to get Lindsey back into the fold'.

It's UNBELIEVABLE that Lindsey would go back. Our Tusk Lindsey would have told them to shove it!
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Old 07-20-2021, 08:16 PM
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Hmmm...

I think the only way Mick would make an album or new songs with Lindsey would be if Fleetwood Mac called it quits; Stevie wouldn't want Mick being in a band with Lindsey while she's in a band with Mick.

Perhaps, next year if Stevie's doing a solo tour, Mick could join Lindsey's European Tour as a guest (not an opening act) and sit in on some songs... they could do preBN stuff

I think Chris is done. Her answer in the radio interview about being too old to tour again I think was what she really meant.
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I think Chris is done. Her answer in the radio interview about being too old to tour again I think was what she really meant.
She and John should be done. Her voice is gone(not that $tevie and Lindsey are much better), and she's knocking on 80.

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You guys are pipe dreaming

Mick is not doing anything that does not involve big money. If he's secretly hoping for a reunion tour, I don't see him doing shows with Lindsey as a way to make it happen. He doesn't want to upset the boss.
I saw Mick's statements of trying to rewrite history, pretending the things he said were not said. Lindsey was always friendly with the band even when he was fired so he never really changed. Mick changed his story about firing Lindsey several times. Now he is trying to make us forget.
Sorry. Wont work with me. Mick needs those meet and greets and the only want to make those happen is now be nice with everyone and pretend in rewriting history.
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Mick is not doing anything that does not involve big money. If he's secretly hoping for a reunion tour, I don't see him doing shows with Lindsey as a way to make it happen. He doesn't want to upset the boss.
I saw Mick's statements of trying to rewrite history, pretending the things he said were not said. Lindsey was always friendly with the band even when he was fired so he never really changed. Mick changed his story about firing Lindsey several times. Now he is trying to make us forget.
Sorry. Wont work with me. Mick needs those meet and greets and the only want to make those happen is now be nice with everyone and pretend in rewriting history.
Mick is a LYING POS. The end.
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I think the only way Mick would make an album or new songs with Lindsey would be if Fleetwood Mac called it quits; Stevie wouldn't want Mick being in a band with Lindsey while she's in a band with Mick.

Perhaps, next year if Stevie's doing a solo tour, Mick could join Lindsey's European Tour as a guest (not an opening act) and sit in on some songs...
Which is exactly what Mick did on Stevie’s 1986 tour. He probably doesn’t remember because of booze and drugs. But then Stevie probably doesn’t remember that, either.

That same year in Long Beach, where both Stevie and Lindsey were performing separately, Mick joined Stevie onstage for her set but — this is wild — had nothing to do with Lindsey’s set (even though Lindsey played “I’m So Afraid”). It was fu©king weird.
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Which is exactly what Mick did on Stevie’s 1986 tour. He probably doesn’t remember because of booze and drugs. But then Stevie probably doesn’t remember that, either.

That same year in Long Beach, where both Stevie and Lindsey were performing separately, Mick joined Stevie onstage for her set but — this is wild — had nothing to do with Lindsey’s set (even though Lindsey played “I’m So Afraid”). It was fu©king weird.
Same venue and evening? Wow, that one got by me. I don't remember that. And that is pretty f**cking weird.
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Same venue and evening? Wow, that one got by me. I don't remember that. And that is pretty f**cking weird.
See, I don't see it as weird (as weird as that sounds). Coming from the band where members took separate limos to shows. As we saw from Red Rocks, Stevie and Mick were high as f**k. I can see both of them dodging Lindsey because of their antics. They probably met backstage or nearby. Mick played a boring bongo in her set. I dont think Lindsey wanted or would ask Mick to join him on stage to slap a bongo

Dont get me wrong, it would have been cool for both Stevie and Mick to appear on stage during Im So Afraid. But Stevie was not on stage for the song during the Mirage tour LOL. They had other things they were more concerned about at the time

You don't go on someone else's stage unless you are invited. Clearly Lindsey did not invite Mick or Stevie and I can honestly say I don't blame him
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Same venue and evening? Wow, that one got by me. I don't remember that. And that is pretty f**cking weird.
who got higher billing?
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who got higher billing?
We all know Law and Order outsold Bella Donna! c'mon now!
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We all know Law and Order outsold Bella Donna! c'mon now!
Law and Order is my FAVORITE Lindsey album. I love every note on it!
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Law and Order is my FAVORITE Lindsey album. I love every note on it!
I love all 3 of LB, SN and CM (2nd solo 1984)

those albums held me over from lack of FM albums. Especially in the 80's. By the 90's, I'd given up. I even love The Visitor and I'm Not Me, and Zoo.
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Law and Order is my FAVORITE Lindsey album. I love every note on it!
Favorite LB album cover

But musically, Out of the Cradle. I've said it before and I'll say it again... if that or something like it had been his FIRST solo album.... it feels like his solo career may have gone a different track.
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Favorite LB album cover

But musically, Out of the Cradle. I've said it before and I'll say it again... if that or something like it had been his FIRST solo album.... it feels like his solo career may have gone a different track.
It's weird for me to love something so....eclectic. I'm more mainstream than that. But I was at the height of my fandom. I f*cking LOVE it.

Wellll... it's... a....long, long time.....So f*cking quirky!

And I totally agree. OOTC OOTG(out of the gate) would have led him down a far more popular path. But quirky guy doesn't show his face much these days.
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