Sound Stage Presents - Lindsey Buckingham With Special Guest Stevie Nicks
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1. "Murrow (Turning Over In His Grave)" performed for most likely the first and last time ever. Anyone who thinks LB isn't up-to-date should listen to this song, too.
2. The unreleased Gift Of Screws demos: "Down On Rodeo", "Someone's Gotta Change Your Mind", and "I Am Waiting". These are almost relics; at the time this was recorded, LB was possibly going to use studio versions of those on his "upcoming" solo album (which ended up becoming FM's Say You Will). Now, they'll probably never be heard again. "Down On Rodeo" has some amazing guitar parts...
3. "Trouble". Yes, you've heard the album version. This version is BETTER.
If those 3 reasons don't work, Buckingham Nicks fans may want to consider that Stevie (in her over-touted, but still good, guest spot) sings a line from "Frozen Love".
You will not regret it if you buy this. Lindsey Buckingham is, if anything, possibly MORE passionate about his music than ever.
The 12th Annual GLAAD Music Awards" Disc. In my oppinion a wonderful song that I'm sure not many (besides die-hard buckingham fans like myself" have heard. Then his biggest solo hit, "trouble" which i think competes with the actual studio recording. Then his next two acoustic performances that always seem to follow one another "Big Love" and solo hit "Go Insane", before which Buckingham follows his tradition of reading the poem "Sardonic World". Then one of the best songs Buckingham has ever done, "Down On Rodeo", an unreleased song that was supposed to go on his "Gift Of Screws" album that never came to be. Following are Say You Will hits "Peacekeeper" which i found to be a little to slowly paced but still great, and another classic "Red Rover". Cue Nicks. Stevie walks out and sure enough everyone in the whole place explodes with applause as the Fleetwood Mac-ites reunite again. They sing the classic Mac hit "Never Going Back Again" followed by a very special treat for Buckingham Nicks Fans (Again, like Fleetwood Mac, I am a huge Buckingham Nicks fan) Stevie begins the song "Frozen Love" which is the song that got them into the Mac in the first place. It is cut short after the second line by Stevie saying "Thats all I remember!!" a funny little moment followed by laughs and applause. Then what i consider Lindseys "Landslide", is "Say Goodbye", a very well crafted piece written about Ms. Nicks herself. The two can hardly look away from eachother the whole time.Read more ›
After Eagle Rock's reference quality Blu-ray release last November of Lindsey's: Songs From the Small Machine - Live in L.A. [Blu-ray] which had the benefit of being a 6 year newer recording, neither my great familiarity with many of the other Image Entertainment/Soundstage Blu-ray releases nor heightened personal expectations properly prepared me for the first notes I heard this afternoon from my 7.1 audio system. It's normal practice for me to start at the beginning of any new acquisition and sample it from start to end.Read more ›
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Returned it twice because they were defective (no sound during the show). After the third one came with the same problem I asked for a refund.Published 5 months ago by Juli
I guess I was a little hungry for more Lindsey music, it was good but very brief. The highlight of Stevie Nicks singing duet with Lindsey was well worth the cost of the video.Published 5 months ago by JVMcG
If you like Lndsey Buckingham, you will enjoy this DVD.Published 7 months ago by Kindle CustomerGary
'Saw this one day on TV and had to have it. Excellent concert by an enormously talented musician. Favorite- acoustic "Big Love". Godlike guitar playing!Published 7 months ago by Paul John Grebb