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  Rarebird's Buckingham Nicks Review   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Buckingham Nicks "Buckingham Nicks" (Polydor CF 5058) 1973
Buckingham Nicks was the self-titled 1973 album recorded by the duo of Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks, a few short years before they attained mega-stardom as members of Fleetwood Mac.
Buckingham Nicks is a decent record, and a great curiosity piece for any Fleetwood Mac fan.
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 Stevie Nicks
Nicks met her future partner Lindsey Buckingham while in high school and along with two others formed a band called Fritz which became popular as a live act from 1968 until 1972.
Nicks was treated for an addiction to cocaine at the Betty Ford clinic.
Later, Nicks was advised to take a sedative to counteract her anxiety after ceasing her use of cocaine which lead to another addiction battle in which she overcame along with her sixty cigarette per day habit.
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 Salon | Lindsey Buckingham
Buckingham and Nicks were ex-lovers; John and Christine McVie's marriage fell apart.
When Buckingham left the band in the mid-'80s, after a run of more than a decade, the group went on with reshuffled personnel but never came close to the tumultuous magic generated with Buckingham at the helm.
In their solo endeavors, Nicks and Buckingham haven't matched the commercial wallop of their tenure with Fleetwood Mac (although Buckingham's brilliant, idiosyncratic albums "Go Insane" and "Out of the Cradle" garnered critical acclaim).
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 Stevie Nicks - Uncyclopedia
Stevie Nicks, daughter of Rhiannon and an unamed goat, is a tragic figure who lives behind fortified castle walls.
Nicks traveled to England, where she met the janitor and namesake of Buckingham Palace, Lindsey Buckingham.
Nicks came back in 1995 with what was arguably her masterpiece, Street Angel, which featured such hits as "Gold Woman of The Ocean Sings a Song" "Mysterious Temptrous of The Night," and "I'm still milking the emotional damage from breaking up with Lindsey Buckingham for all its got."
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 PRESS.ARTICLES.
According to Buckingham, the pianist was having problems with her marriage, and longed to return to her homeland, England.
The group says there are no hard feelings; Buckingham stresses that he relates to her need to flee, given his own escape from the band in the '80s.
So the material he had begun recording became the basis of "Say You Will." Nicks, who was committed to her own solo tour at the time, handed over 17 demos of her songs to the band to let them hammer them into shape.
www.lindseybuckingham.com /press/article_display.asp?loc=2003-04-06.asp   (941 words)

  
 Face Lift | Rhytidectomy | Breast Enlargement | Tummy Tuck   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Nicks met future partner Lindsey Buckingham while in high school and along with two others formed a band called Fritz which became popular as a live act from 1968 until 1972.
In 2001, Nicks reclaimed much commercial and critical success with her solo album Trouble in Shangri-La, which hit #5 on the Billboard 200, and was her highest charting album since 1983's The Wild Heart.
Nicks' solo track "Edge of Seventeen" contributed the guitar part for the Destiny's Child song "Bootylicious" and she appeared in the video as well.
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 Lindsey Buckingham
Buckingham is known for his unique finger picking style, sometimes called "travis picking" a common technique used in folk music.
Buckingham Nicks was never officially released on CD format due to the fact that it has no record company.
Buckingham had already given up much of the material for his third album, "Out of the Cradle." Just prior to touring for the release of the album, Buckingham left against the others' pleas.
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 Salon.com People | Stevie Nicks
But onstage (and Fleetwood Mac is touring incessantly), Nicks is front and center, tiny and snub-nosed and as fresh-faced as a cheerleader, twirling in her ballerina skirts and gauzy batwing blouses and lacy shawls and Bride of Frankenstein platform boots.
The women in Nicks' songs are free birds and gypsies, in tune with the moon and the sea, independent, unafraid to be alone, uncaged.
Although Nicks didn't write all of it, "Trouble in Shangri-La" is pure Stevie, with songs called "Sorcerer" and "Candlebright" and lots of womanly wisdom about not regretting the past and embracing age and being true to your dreams.
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 pinkpunkadots: FLEETWOOD MAC & STEVIE NICKS
With several Nicks songs such as "Gold Dust Woman", "I Don't Want to Know", and Fleetwood Mac's only Billboard Hot 100 number one single, Dreams, which was written by Nicks while she was taking a short break in another room as the band was recording during the making of the Rumours album.
Nicks apparently had misgivings about the timing of the release and the new material on the album, but was put under pressure by her record label to record the songs and move ahead with the project.
Stevie Nicks attended the Melbourne Cup Week in Australia in October 2005, at which one of the horse racing stakes was named after her: The Stevie Nicks Plate.
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 Stevie Nicks Fan Site___________[Welcome to CharmedHour]
Her grandfather, a country singer, passed on his love of singing to Nicks, who was singing at the age of four in her parent’s club and writing songs as a teenager.
Nicks’ Rhiannon and Landslide were smash hits that made her a rock superstar overnight.
Nicks, who now lives in Arizona, released a box set compilation entitled Enchanted in 1998 and rejoined Fleetwood Mac for a reunion tour and album called The Dance that was well received by the public.
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 Soundstage . Lindsey Buckingham . Bio | PBS
The music had such an impression on Buckingham that by the time he was thirteen, young Buckingham was playing guitar and singing with a Kingston Trio-inspired folk group near his native Atherton, California.
Buckingham Nicks didn’t prove successful, and times were tough for the songwriting partners.
Buckingham was on hand when he and his Mac bandmates were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998.
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 Lindsey Buckingham
He attended Menlo-Atherton High School, a year behind Stevie Nicks, and was 'a stand-out performer' with the Varsity Water Poloists and the on the swim team.
Buckingham received special thanks for his production work on the record, and Tusk was dedicated to Mick's father, Wing Commander Fleetwood, who had passed away that year, and Lindsey's father, Morris, who passed away in February, 1974.
After Buckingham and Nicks had a "physically ugly" encounter during a band meeting, John McVie sheepishly recalls the incident on August 7, 1987 which led to Lindsey's decision to leave the group:" [I said] 'Lindsey, why don' t you just leave'...he left...but what I meant was, 'Why don't you just leave the room!' That's true."
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 Buckingham Nicks - Forever Lost in the Vinyl Groove?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
A new generation of listeners is discovering the classic incarnation of Fleetwood Mac that was born in 1975 when Mick Fleetwood asked Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks to join the band.
Undoubtedly, the genius of Buckingham and Nicks was the force that catapulted the band to this new creative level.
Buckingham Nicks has more of an acoustic sound and is more sparsely produced than Rumours, but the songs are just as powerful.
www.fleetwoodmac-uk.com /articles/FMart68.htm   (700 words)

  
 Stevie Nicks Biography : Oldies.com
When Stevie Nicks joined Fleetwood Mac in January 1975, she not only introduced her talents as a singer and songwriter, but provided a defined focal point during the group's live appearances.
By coincidence, both Nicks and Buckingham were in a nearby room and were introduced to the Fleetwood Mac drummer when he showed interest in their work.
Nicks provided many of their best-known and successful songs, including the atmospheric "Rhiannon" and the haunting "Dreams".
www.oldies.com /artist-biography/Stevie-Nicks.html   (432 words)

  
 Buckingham Nicks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Buckingham Nicks was a 10-track LP by Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham.
It was reissued in 1976 when Buckingham and Nicks hit the big time with Fleetwood Mac.
A short tour through the American south commenced after the release of the album; Buckingham and Nicks had already joined Fleetwood Mac, but the band was still committed to the dates that were scheduled.
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 Buckingham Nicks - Buckingham Nicks - Song Listings
Considering what the duo was to later accomplish, Buckingham Nicks is an engaging listen and served as a proving ground of sorts for both artists' songwriting chops and for Buckingham's skills as an emerging studio craftsman.
Lesser known tracks like the glistening opener, "Crying in the Night," from Nicks and Buckingham's lonely-guy lament, "Without a Leg to Stand On," are on a par with their later mega hits.
At the same time, the misogyny of Buckingham's "Lola, My Love" is a real eye-roller and the orchestral overtones of "Frozen Love" show that the two were over-reaching themselves just a bit.
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 Lindsey Buckingham Guitars
Born on October 3rd, 1949, in the upper-middle class suburb of Atherton, near Palo Alto, CA, Lindsey was the third, and youngest, son of Morris and Rutheda Buckingham.
It was becoming increasingly clear that Buckingham much preferred the studio to the road, and enjoyed it even more when he was there on his own.
Buckingham made a special guest appearance at Stevie Nicks' Arizona Heart Institute benefit show in September 2000, and is anticipated to release his next solo album, tentatively titled Gift of Screws (after an Emily Dickinson poem), in the Spring of 2001.
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 VH1.com : Stevie Nicks : Biography - Urge Music Downloads
Nicks started writing songs in her mid-teens, and joined her first group, the Changing Times, while attending high school in California.
During her senior year, Nicks met fellow student Lindsey Buckingham, with whom she formed the band Fritz along with friends Javier Pacheco and Calvin Roper.
Ultimately, tensions arose over the amount of attention paid by fans to Nicks' pouty allure, and after three years Fritz disbanded; Buckingham remained her partner, however, and soon became her lover as well.
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 Lindsey Buckingham
Lindsey was the youngest of the three sons born to Morris and Rutheda Buckingham.
Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks joined Fleetwood Mac on New Years Eve 1974 to fill the vacancy left by the departure of Bob Welch.
Buckingham and Nicks’ relationship foundered, John and Chris McVie’s marriage crumbled and even Fleetwood himself was divorced from his then wife Jenny Boyd.
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 Stevie Nicks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nicks contributions to the album mainly revolved around her relationships with Don Henley and Mick Fleetwood, and the rumoured abortion of a baby she had conceived with Henley.
It was at the end of the Australian tour that Nicks checked herself into the Betty Ford Center to recuperate and wean herself off of her all-consuming cocaine addiction.
Nicks appeared in the video for Bootylicious and in an episode of MTV's Behind The Video that featured it, in which she expressed her admiration for both the song and the group.
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 Stevie Nicks:The Early Years   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Stevie was born Stephanie Lynn Nicks on May 26, 1948 in Phoenix, Arizona.
As a young girl, her dream always seemed to be one of singing and she often sang alongside her grandfather, an aspiring country singer, or in front of the patrons at a tavern owned by her parents.
While at a party, Stevie joined Lindsey in a duet of The Mamas and the Papas song, "California Dreamin." Stevie sang the Michelle Phillips harmony, impressing Lindsey, and soon the band Fritz was formed, along with Javier Pacheco and Calvin Roper.
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 Fleetwood Mac
Stevie Nicks' songs were very enchanting, Christine McVie's songs were very inspiring, and Lindsay Buckingham's songs told great tales about love.
The harmonies produced by this group is one of the greatest sounds in rock history, not to mention the beautiful and relaxing music.
Buckingham, Nicks and Christine McVie all worked on solo albums.
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 Lindsey Buckingham Biography
Stevie quit San Jose State College where she was studying communications and the duo of "Buckingham Nicks" was born.
Keith was demonstrating to Mick the quality of the sound that his studio could produce by playing Lindsey and Stevie's track "Frozen Love", from the Buckingham Nicks album.
Lindsey Buckingham is clearly a genius and clearly beloved by fans.
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 Soundstage . Lindsey Buckingham | PBS
Hailing from one of America’s most renowned and successful bands, Fleetwood Mac, Lindsey Buckingham embarked on a productive and storied solo career that continues to evolve 18 years after his departure from the band.
As an added bonus, the alluring Stevie Nicks joins Buckingham during the set, providing an intimate view of the chemistry that once propelled their former band to the top of the charts.
Though their once tumultuous relationship was a topic that reached near-epic proportions, this reunion eclipses the controversy, placing all emotion back into the songs that defined them.
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 Nicks and Buckingham A Love - Hate Relationship - Classic Rock
In the mid 1970s, the one band that the tabloids loved to smear on the cover was Fleetwood Mac.
At the center of the controversy were the infamous Stevie Nicks and the brooding Lindsey Buckingham.
As time passed and their partnership progressed, Buckingham became increasingly possessive and controlling leading to the well publicized rifts between them.
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 Release 'Buckingham Nicks' on CD Petition
We, the undersigned, are requesting the re-release of Polydor PD 5058 title Buckingham Nicks on compact disc format.
We feel, by having this issued in cd format, it would be a way to direct the proceeds to the correct party(s).
The Release 'Buckingham Nicks' on CD Petition to the owner(s), and/or copyrights holder(s): was created by die hard fans and written by s thronton.
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Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks - "Buckingham Nicks" 1973
Studio release from Polydor records, 1973, Stevie and Lindsey just before the white Fleetwood Mac album.
The Buckingham Nicks album has been out of print for many years, and has for obvious reasons become a much-sought-after collector's item.
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 Buckingham Nicks
A ring devoted to Buckingham Nicks, a duo that changed the future of Fleetwood Mac.
A Stevie Nicks tribute site combined with unique artwork and award winning original poetry.
Stevie Nicks, her inspiration in photos & collages, poety & prose, & whatever else may strike my fancy.
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 Official Ticketmaster site. Lindsey Buckingham tickets, dates
After Buckingham joined, the band's pop tendencies flowered under his...
Buckingham left the band after their 1987 album, Tango in the Night, to concentrate on his solo work.
None of them have sold anything approaching the level of Rumours -- or even Tango in the Night -- yet they are rich, layered pop albums; his first solo record, Law & Order, had a hit single with "Trouble." ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide
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