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  Lindsey Buckingham - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lindsey Buckingham (born October 3, 1949) is an American guitarist and singer for the musical group Fleetwood Mac.
Born in Palo Alto, California, Buckingham was the third and youngest son of Morris and Rutheda Buckingham.
Lindsey agreed to be part of the performance, but the experience was something of a one-off for the band, who were still very much at odds with one another and had no plans to reunite officially.
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 Buckingham Nicks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Buckingham Nicks was a 10-track LP by Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham.
Lindsey remembered Stevie's incredibly unique voice and along with Javier Pacheco and Calvin Roper they formed a band called Fritz.
At the time of "Buckingham Nicks'" release, the two were caught in a heavy romance.
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In his own way, Lindsey Buckingham is a rock-ribbed traditionalist, but the tradition he valiantly and self-consciously upholds on his first solo album, Law and Order, isn't hallowed and funky like rockabilly or Cajun music.
Buckingham's tradition is that of the big-time Hollywood wackoperfectly symbolized by Brian Wilson in his sandbox who creates, amid decadence and craziness, pop songs that are drenched in sweetly accessible innocence.
Throughout the album, Buckingham's vocal harmonies are inspired by the Beach Boys songbookhe seems to have all of their ranges in his voicewhile some of the mixes, like the left and right drum fills in "Mary Lee Jones," echo the goofy stereo of early Beatles records.
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 Lindsey Buckingham - Music Downloads - Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Bio: 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.
Buckingham left the band after their 1987 album, Tango in the Night, to concentrate on his solo work.
While Buckingham's solo albums are deceptively simple and calm on the surface, there are complex arrangements and emotions beneath the smooth production.
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 Lindsey Buckingham - Uncyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Lindsey was influenced to sing by her father who would make her stand on stage until she peed her pants, and by her grandfather A.J. Buckingham, who urged the small girl to sing on streetcorners for change that A.J. would use to buy booze.
Buckingham traveled to England, where she met the janitor and namesake of Buckingham Palace, Doowteelf Kcim.
In 1991, Lindsey burglarized a private residence in Phoenix, Arizona, and snatched a baby from a crib, claiming it as her own to friends and family.
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 Fleetwood Mac - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fleetwood liked what he heard, and he was introduced to the guitarist, Lindsey Buckingham, who just happened to be in the building.
Buckingham agreed, on the condition that his musical partner and girlfriend, Stevie Nicks, also become part of the band.
Fleetwood Mac (Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Christine McVie, Stevie Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham, Peter Green, Jeremy Spencer and Danny Kirwan) was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in early 1998, and performed at the Grammy Awards program that year.
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 Biography of Lawrence B. Lindsey
Lawrence B. Lindsey is Assistant to the President for Economic Policy and Director of the National Economic Council at the White House.
From 1997 to January of 2001, Dr. Lindsey was a Resident Scholar and holder of the Arthur F. Burns Chair in Economics at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, DC.
Lindsey also served three years on the staff of the Council of Economic Advisers during the Reagan Administration where he was Senior Staff Economist for Tax Policy.
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 Lindsey Buckingham
Lindsey was the youngest of the three sons born to Morris and Rutheda Buckingham.
Lindsey was first introduced to music through his brother Jeff’s record collection, and by the age of 13 he was taking a keen interest in folk music.
Lindsey reluctantly handed over much of the work destined for the solo album to the band, and the result was their biggest selling album since ‘Rumours’.
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 The Penguin: Lyric Interpretations: D.W. Suite
Lindsey shows this best when the sweetness of the music turns sour by the end of the first movement.
Dennis Wilson has died and Lindsey is reflecting (consciously or not) not only on Dennis' life but his own and his feelings surrounding his own losses, one of which may be that of his father.
Lindsey is imagining Dennis delivering the lines to this movement and what he might say.
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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.
Buckingham, holed up in a Beverly Hills hotel suite, took some time to chat in frank fashion with Salon about the return of the Big Mac.
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 Lindsey Buckingham Guitars
Lindsey Buckingham is one of the best singer, songwriter, guitar players, and producer of all time.
Lindsey Buckingham has reunited with the group and accompanied them on their 1997 tour.
Lindsey was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with Fleetwood Mac on January 12, 1998 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City.
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 Out Of The Cradle Review | Lindsey Buckingham | Reviews @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com
Buckingham released a third studio album in 1993, a gem of a CD titled "Out Of The Cradle." The disc has since garnered gold status in sales - not a small achievement for an album some folks might consider too artsy or left-field for the mainstream.
In one interview, Lindsey described his status as lyricist as a secondary one; more of an obligatory appendium to his musicianship.
Buckingham is considered a rocker, but his earnest tenor resembles neither the tortured baritone of Kurt and his modern proteges (e.g.
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 Lindsey Buckingham
By the time Rumours was released in 1977, Lindsey and Stevie had ended their long-term relationship, the McVie's were split, and Fleetwood had separated from his wife.
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 working with Mick Fleetwood on a song for the solo album, Lindsey and Mick found that they had much to discuss, and that they were conducting their lives in a different and more positive manner than they had been doing back in 1987, when Lindsey had left the band.
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 Lindsey Buckingham - Biography - AOL Music
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.
Buckingham left the band after their 1987 album, Tango in the Night, to concentrate on his solo recordings, work that had thus far included 1981's Law and Order and 1984's Go Insane.
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When Lindsey joins her on the chorus, that 'magical timbre' which would eventually make them famous is reached on record for the first time.
Lindsey sets the tone for the rest of his career by placing his co-workers and his guitar work ahead of his time in the spotlight.
It's really Lindsey and me. And the...the kind of cool thing about it is...is that I don't think Lindsey and I will ever again do anything ever again that is that Lindsey and me. So that's...there...you know, I don't think we could ever beat Buckingham Nicks because that was when it was beginning.
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 Soundstage . Lindsey Buckingham . Bio | PBS
Lindsey Buckingham’s love for music was apparent at an early age.
Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks first record, Buckingham Nicks was released in 1973.
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
Lindsey never fully got over his animosty towards the band for putting a commercial price tag on their art, and it finally came to a head with the release of their 1987 recording, ''Tango in the Night''.
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.
Eventually all of the other members who were in the band during Buckingham's tenure got together and arranged for the reunion tour that was called, ''The Dance''.
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 Lindsey Buckingham Biography
Lindsey, Stevie, and Christine were all writing great songs but they were all writing great songs about their crumbling relationships.
Lindsey's girlfriend at the time, Carol Ann Harris, also contributed harmony vocals to the album on "It Was I" (a cover song from the 50's which was the second single in the U.S.).
Lindsey Buckingham is clearly a genius and clearly beloved by fans.
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 Amazon.com: Out of the Cradle: Music: Lindsey Buckingham   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Buckingham developed his songwriting and production skills as the most-valuable-player in Fleetwood Mac, but as a solo artist he's proven to be a bit too arty for the mass audience he'd won as a member of Mac.
The entire album is a treat for guitar freaks, as Buckingham includes instrumental interludes and lavishes as much attention on the sound of his guitars as most producers spend on the entire band.
Lindsey, from what's been reported, spent three solid years writing, arranging, producing and performing this disc, and the efforts paid off.
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 Lindsey Buckingham-GuitarPlayer April 2003
Born in Palo Alto,California, in 1949, Buckingham was inspired at an early age by the sounds of Elvis Presley and other '50's-era rock-and-rollers.
Buckingham's first group was the Fritz Rabyne Memorial Band, which he co-founded with several friends-one of whom was singer Stevie Nicks.
"Lindsey's fingerstyle playing creates huge dynamics and lots of lowend, and we want to be able to keep the sound clean and tight so that when he goes for a solo, it really stands out.
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 Amazon.ca: Fleetwood Mac - The Dance (1997): DVD: Lindsey Buckingham,Christine McVie,John McVie,Stevie Nicks,Mick ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Buckingham, Nicks, and the elegant Christine McVie retain their vocal charm (although Nicks has clearly lost her upper register).
A lot of problems have passed, John and Christie divorce because of alcohol addiction of him, Lindsey mocking of Stevie on stage and making her cry,etc., was part of the cost of success, now, back on stage, they seem to be fine with each other, a family like in the old times.
Lindsey Buckingham: This reconvening of these five people was kind of an organic...thing uhh..
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 Book Lindsey Buckingham - Booking Corporate Event, Meeting, Private Party - Your Booking Agent for Lindsey Buckingham
Born in Palo Alto, Calif., in 1949, guitarist/songwriter/producer Lindsey Buckingham began his music career in the late 1960s, joining forces with chanteuse Stevie Nicks to form the soft folk-pop duo Buckingham/Nicks.
Under the influence of Buckingham, who also became a principle songwriter and producer for the group, Fleetwood Mac moved toward a more accessible, pop-rock sound, which brought them tremendous commercial success in the late 1970s.
Though he continued to devote most of his time to Fleetwood Mac, in 1981 Buckingham began a solo career with Law and Order, a collection of originals and covers that spawned the Top 10 single "Trouble." Go Insane followed in 1984; its title track reached the Top 40.
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 Lindsey Buckingham Tickets, Find Cheap Lindsey Buckingham Tickets
New Album Releases, 10-4-2006: Lindsey Buckingham, Beck, The Killers, Sean Lennon (Blogcritics.org) Lindsey Buckingham's Under the Skin is listed as his first album in some 14 years.
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 Lindsey Buckingham : Buckingham Nicks - Listen, Review and Buy at ARTISTdirect
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 | Oct. 17   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Lindsey Buckingham is a multi-platinum enigma -- massively successful and still somehow an enduring, intriguing mystery.
As an individual artist, Buckingham has remained a curiously low-profile figure, despite decades of high visibility as a member of Fleetwood Mac -- the legendary band for which he has long served as a visionary leader and bold sonic architect.
Buckingham is that rare artist whose body of work shows a refusal to allow commerce to swamp art.
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