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Customer Reviews

Wow, thank you!

What a fantastic recording and great tour idea. Lindsey fans have always wondered what would happen if Lindsey "just happened" to show-up at the local bar, pick-up a guitar, and start playing. "Stephanie" is a great example of a short instrumental that just radiates emotion and youth (from his early, early days with Nicks). He would blow virtually any place completely away. Of course, this doesn't really happen, but this is as close to that concept as your gonna get. Thanks again to Lindsey for putting out so much great material over the last few years. Awesome!

Best concert ever?

Maybe. LB was shockingly good - him alone in a room with his guitar and maybe 800 people…..yes it was the best one man show ever! The only one that approaches Lindsey's passion and obsession with music would be Bruce and tat saying quite a lot! Sorry was the Charlotte NC show!

Always delivers

I saw him in Chicago the night he sang a verse of Walk a Thin Line as a birthday request and going again to Milwaukee. I was wondering how he was going to manage the uptempo songs without a backing band. The limited rhythm machine he uses works out great and with "So Afraid" gives a different sound then we have heard. Thumbs way up for this


Born: October 3, 1949 in Palo Alto, CA

Genre: Rock

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

Before he joined Fleetwood Mac, Lindsey Buckingham was sketching out his brand of Brian Wilson-influenced pop with Stevie Nicks in the folky duo Buckingham Nicks. Mick Fleetwood invited the duo to join his band in late 1974. After Buckingham joined, the band's pop tendencies flowered under his direction. Not only did he provide the group with some brilliant, surprisingly dark pop songs, he sharpened the other members' songs with his production, arrangements, and breathtaking guitar playing. Buckingham...
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