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Seller's comment: Long, funny introduction from Stevie about being in a band in San Francisco, going into a hippie clothing store called The Velvet Underground, following your dreams, etc. Best video of the night: Lighting strikes, maybe once, maybe twice. Stevie spins!
This should not be confused with the identically-titled but entirely different "Greatest Hits" album , which concentrates exclusively on post material and has no tracks in common with the "Greatest Hits" nor the aforementioned variant. Buckingham was out of breath after "I'm So Afraid"; Nicks put on a top hat and waved to the fans. VH1 played the hell out of the video and it became a regular part of their gigs. Stevie shuffled across the stage, and for a minute I wasn't sure she was going to make it back. Select a specific search field: Stevie wrote the song months after reading the novel Triad by Mary Leader.
Stevie shuffled across the stage, and for a minute I wasn't sure she was going to make it back. Cool outro from Ms.
The first of three big fat highlights for me. I love the desperate isolation in the lyric, and then Buckingham shredded a showcase solo. It's one thing to finger-pick an acoustic, but getting that kind of big sound out of an electric without a pick is fascinating to watch. Buckingham was out of breath after "I'm So Afraid"; Nicks put on a top hat and waved to the fans.
Cell phones light up before the encore.
The woman next to me pulled out a lighter and people congratulated her. The first song of the encore meant a drum solo for Fleetwood.
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The one song in the Fleetwood Mac catalog that feels overplayed. It's not you, it's me.
Highlight No. She saved her best performance for last, and thanked the fans for remembering the song. Who can forget? Christine at a grand piano, Buckingham at her side, playing another wide-open love song, wedding music for a generation of happy couples, at least on that day.
It's all right.
Fleetwood Mac's split with Lindsey Buckingham marked one of the biggest breakups of But if the iconic rock band's longtime guitarist and vocalist was missed Thursday night at American Airlines Center in Dallas, it wasn't obvious. Fans packed the venue, floor to rafters, for a two-hour journey through a collection of Fleetwood Mac's greatest hits. By mid-set, however, Christine McVie, Nicks and Finn had warmed up and their notes rang out with renewed energy with a little help from adoring fans who knew every lyric. Nicks' take on "Black Magic Woman," which she refreshed to be from a woman's point of view, was especially sultry, and she left the audience hanging on every word of a chill-inducing rendition of "Landslide," performed with only Finn by her side on guitar.
Fleetwood Mac singer Stevie Nicks proved she's still got it with a riveting performance that included a few of her signature twirls.
There were a few surprises, though. One moment that didn't work was the very last of the show.