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Old 09-04-2021, 02:07 PM
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I thought what I heard, however elementary it was, was still beyond her skill set.

Clearly, she taught Christine how to play piano. Just ask her.
Remember when she taught Mick how to play drums back in 1967. After she opened for Hendrix in front of 170,000 people.
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Old 09-04-2021, 03:10 PM
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Remember when she taught Mick how to play drums back in 1967. After she opened for Hendrix in front of 170,000 people.
Whoever it was here that said she should seriously be checked for dementia, was spot on.

Her stories are full blown delusions at this point. Does she believe them, or just thinks that we're too stupid to know the truth?
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Old 09-06-2021, 06:08 PM
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I liked it when they asked Stevie why she didn’t play guitar on stage with Fleetwood Mac and she said that she doesn’t play very well and fumbling onstage would just make Lindsey mad at her and start yelling so she wanted to avoid that. I thought she had a very realistic view of her musicianship at that point.
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Old 09-06-2021, 06:35 PM
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I liked it when they asked Stevie why she didnít play guitar on stage with Fleetwood Mac and she said that she doesnít play very well and fumbling onstage would just make Lindsey mad at her and start yelling so she wanted to avoid that. I thought she had a very realistic view of her musicianship at that point.
Yeah, but that was a LOOOONNNNGGGGGGG time ago. This ain't the same Stevie.
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I liked it when they asked Stevie why she didn’t play guitar on stage with Fleetwood Mac and she said that she doesn’t play very well and fumbling onstage would just make Lindsey mad at her and start yelling so she wanted to avoid that. I thought she had a very realistic view of her musicianship at that point.
That never stopped her from playing tambourine
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That never stopped her from playing tambourine
That's why they taped down the jingles on her tambourine!
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Yeah, but that was a LOOOONNNNGGGGGGG time ago. This ain't the same Stevie.
Well, when Christine left she said that neither she nor Lindsey played piano very well for SYW. So she still knew she couldnít play even as recently as SYW. But she kind of put herself in the same piano bag as Lindsey.
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Well, when Christine left she said that neither she nor Lindsey played piano very well for SYW. So she still knew she couldnít play even as recently as SYW. But she kind of put herself in the same piano bag as Lindsey.
I thought Lindsey sounded pretty good on piano in the Tusk doc. When he's working with Stevie on the harmonies on Angel.
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I thought Lindsey sounded pretty good on piano in the Tusk doc. When he's working with Stevie on the harmonies on Angel.
Didn't he play piano on It Takes Time?
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I thought Lindsey sounded pretty good on piano in the Tusk doc. When he's working with Stevie on the harmonies on Angel.
Yes I agree with you that LB played quite well. Stevie played piano better in the past than she does now. Or at least publicly. It was her piano playing of Sisters of the Moon on 20/20 in 1980 that inspired me to want to learn how to play the piano.
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This is a fantastic song!! Remember how you felt the first time you heard, "Whenever I Call You Friend?" Well this song will give you the same feeling. This is a great rock and roll song!

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This is a fantastic song!! Remember how you felt the first time you heard, "Whenever I Call You Friend?" Well this song will give you the same feeling. This is a great rock and roll song!
Wait...WHAAAAT...have you heard it Viv? Where??
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This is a fantastic song!! Remember how you felt the first time you heard, "Whenever I Call You Friend?" Well this song will give you the same feeling. This is a great rock and roll song!

Really? Did you hear the same song I did?
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Really? Did you hear the same song I did?
The song is not my cup of tea at all, but she is there with Elton.
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The song isn’t too bad it got better as it went on but I was expecting more.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2idIR6nLRWs
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