Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by darkstar, Aug 17, 2002.
That's a great album (although the cover should be more Nicks, less Buckingham!)
I suppose the best copies are USA vinyl...????
LOL No kidding especially with Buckinghams lack of muscles and ugly tufts of hair. More Nicks! More Nicks!
Why stop there, Tullman? All Nicks! All Nicks!
Album to be called Stevie Nicks and friend.
Yeah, stick him somewhere inside the cover.
A great album! Do you think we will ever see it on CD/SACD, DVD-A or whatever?
And I would like Nicks on the back cover too!
I saw this when I was shopping during the week - but put it back (partly because I thought I might be buying it just for half the cover ) - is it worth picking up and how does the UK vinyl compare to the US ?
All the best - Andrew
I would like to see teh David Friesen albums on Inner City records come out on cd. I wrote to teh company who owns teh rights. they sent me a catalog of croaky-okie stuff.
Albums in question:
Through the Listening Glass
Any resemblence between the order of this list and the order in which these were recorded and released is purely coincidental.
Definitely, Buckingham Nicks is the #1 pick for many to be released on CD.
Great album. Listening to it, you realize just how much Stevie & Lindsey brought to Fleetwood Mac, particularly in the vocal sound. Some of the cuts on Buckingham Nicks sound very close to the FM sound of the white album and Rumours. As much as I love Christine McVie, it's clear that Stevie & Lindsey provided the core for FM's vocal sound.
As far as the CD release, Stevie and Lindsey jointly own the BN masters (it's not owned by a label). I seem to remember an interview with Nicks a couple of years ago where she said that Lindsey had agreed to release it on CD; it was just a matter of the red tape of getting a label deal, etc.
Since they are busy working on the new Fleetwood Mac album, the BN CD release is probably not a priority.
By the way, does anyone know what the deal is with the Buckingham Nicks CDs that you run across on ebay?
Many of them are shown with the "Anthem Records" label and called the Anthem Records Collectors Edition.
I have always assumed that these are CDRs from vinyl transfers, but wondered if anyone has actually heard them.
Wouldn't mind having a decent CDR of this album, since I haven't found time to do a vinyl transfer.
CMcV was never at the main spotlight of FM, in any of the lineups. I don't believe she ever felt disturbed by Nicks notoriety. Ditto re Buckingham's songwriting and playing.
B&N did what was expected of them and waaaaaaay more. As magical as the Lennon-McCartney, Jagger-Richards, Simon and Garfunkel unions.
Yeah, I remember a write-up in Rolling Stone a lonnnnng time ago that said something like, the BN-era Fleetwood Mac could claim a musical chemistry as mysteriously right (though not as potent) as The Beatles.
Here's the link to an earlier thread on the B/N album.
I was going to suggest that those of you interested in Buckinham Nicks on CD drop Grant an extra nice "how ya been, Grantster?" PM. He went the extra mile and put on a couple of bonus tracks-- or so I hear.
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