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Editors’ Notes

In 2011, Stevie Nicks is making music that sounds like prime Stevie Nicks. She isn’t trying to jump on any bandwagons. She isn’t making up for lost time. She unearths a song she wrote in 1976 for the opening track, “Secret Love,” which features Mick Fleetwood on drums, and she invites Lindsey Buckingham to join her for “Soldier’s Angel.” From there, Nicks plays what would be radio-friendly pop-rock in the late ‘70s through the ‘90s. Which is exactly what Nicks should be doing. No one can mix folk, rock and pop quite like her. “In Your Dreams” is a nicely focused pop song with layered vocals and an easeful rhythm that others only dream about. Producer Dave Stewart, formerly of Eurythmics, knows Nicks’ Fleetwood Mac history and a thing or two about authentic textures. With guitarists Waddy Wachtel and Mike Campbell supporting her, Nicks is free to focus on her vocals, which are as strong as ever. “Italian Summer” is about a vacation. “New Orleans” pays tribute to the beleaguered city. “Ghosts Are Gone” is driving hard rock. The Deluxe Version includes videos for “Secret Love” and “Cheaper Than Free.”

Customer Reviews

A Fantastic Return

Stevie Nicks returns on fine form with 'In Your Dreams'. Haunting melodies and poetic lyrics layered with meaning. The Dave Stewart production adds to the experience. 'Italian Summer' and 'For What It's Worth' are stand out songs. The voice is strong and the music brings life to the poetry scripted by Stevie. ' You May Be the One' seems to explore the complexity of the Nicks/ Buckingham relationship but at the same time the lyrics could be applied to a thousand other relationships where love once given and lost still pulls on the soul. Fans of the Mac and Stevie's solo work will not be disappointed by 'In Your Dreams'. Keep on rocking Stevie!!

In your dreams

Superb, beautiful new album from the magnificently talented Stevie Nicks. I can't stop listening to it!! The lady still rocks and just gets better

When you don't need to prove anything, you are a free artist

After "Trouble in Shangri-La" and rock-oriented successful collaborations with Sheryl Crow, Stevie Nicks returns to her audience with quite a different album. The song set is generous. With the exception of "Cheaper than free", an embarrassing duet with Dave Stewart (Eurythmics), the rest of the album goes from good to excellent. "For what it's worth" and "Secret Love" are incredibly powerful songs. If you get caught in the spell of "Wide Sargasso Sea" you will find it hard to let go... "Italian Summer"... I am still making up my mind.

It is definitely an album to own. If music listeners were less MTV-driven, this would be a massive record.

Biography

Born: 26 May 1948 in Phoenix, AZ

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Famed for her mystical chanteuse image, singer/songwriter Stevie Nicks enjoyed phenomenal success not only as a solo artist but also as a key member of Fleetwood Mac. Stephanie Lynn Nicks was born May 26, 1948, in Phoenix, Arizona; the granddaughter of a frustrated country singer, she began performing at the age of four, and occasionally sang at the tavern owned by her parents. Nicks started...
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