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    Re: Mike Campbell joins Fleetwood Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Wittrock View Post
    Not true ... I know several who are fans of both eras of FM, including myself.
    I'm not a fan of Stevie, but I am a fan of Christine, Mick and John. Those three span all eras of Fleetwood Mac and I like songs from most versions, not just Peter Green's era.
    Fleetwood Mac Rumours was and still is great sex/date night music.

    Peter Green Fleetwood Mac was and still is great rough sex/kinky date night music.

    The former is "blow dry my hair!"

    The latter is "pull my hair"!

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    Re: Mike Campbell joins Fleetwood Mac

    Who will handle the lead vocal parts which were sung by Lindsay Buckingham?
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    Re: Mike Campbell joins Fleetwood Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by marshall1987 View Post
    Who will handle the lead vocal parts which were sung by Lindsay Buckingham?
    Neil Finn
    I don't lose my composure in a high speed chase. My friends say I'm ugly,I've got a masculine face.

    Got some drag strip courage,I can really drive a bed. Gonna change my name to Hannibal or maybe just Rex.

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    Re: Mike Campbell joins Fleetwood Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by marshall1987 View Post
    Who will handle the lead vocal parts which were sung by Lindsay Buckingham?
    I would recommend Candy Candido. He can do ANYTHING.



    He could play bass as well.



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    Re: Mike Campbell joins Fleetwood Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by Xpensive Wino View Post
    Christine didn't join Fleetwood Mac until after Peter Green announced he was leaving the band, did she?
    Not officially, but she played on several recordings and was already with John, I think. And she was added immediately when Peter left, yet stayed when Peter returned to help out when Jeremy "lost his way".
    Her early credits had her under her stage name [at the time], Christine Perfect.
    I never thought about dating her recording history with them, but I might have it.
    However, I think Peter also got some piano credits.
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    Re: Mike Campbell joins Fleetwood Mac

    The earliest recording date for Christine that I have found so far is the original recording session for Stop Messin' Round on April 28, 1968.
    She also gets credits for piano on Rollin' Man, Love That Burns, If You Be My Baby and Lazy Poker Blues, listed only as April 1968.

    This was the recording session for Mister Wonderful.

    She was also on the next album, The Pious Bird of Good Omen.
    However, those sessions were apparently also in April of 1968, so they were probably left over tracks.
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    Re: Mike Campbell joins Fleetwood Mac

    The last time I saw a Fleetwood Mac show,my LDL cholesterol dropped 9 points...there's lots of second hand Lipitor at those gigs. I'm just saying.
    I don't lose my composure in a high speed chase. My friends say I'm ugly,I've got a masculine face.

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    Re: Mike Campbell joins Fleetwood Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Wittrock View Post
    The earliest recording date for Christine that I have found so far is the original recording session for Stop Messin' Round on April 28, 1968.
    Wait, on this version?

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    Re: Mike Campbell joins Fleetwood Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by The Shifter View Post
    Wait, on this version?
    They recorded 5 takes of that, that day. Take #4 and #5 were designated the masters. She was on all takes, and presumably on all songs with keys that day [she played organ, rather than piano, on Need Your Love So Bad]. This recording day was sometimes referred to as "Peter Green Day" because of song selection.

    The next day, April 29 was "Jeremy Spencer Day" where they recorded his songs. Jeremy played piano on those.
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    Re: Mike Campbell joins Fleetwood Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Wittrock View Post
    They recorded 5 takes of that, that day. Take #4 and #5 were designated the masters. She was on all takes, and presumably on all songs with keys that day [she played organ, rather than piano, on Need Your Love So Bad]. This recording day was sometimes referred to as "Peter Green Day" because of song selection.

    The next day, April 29 was "Jeremy Spencer Day" where they recorded his songs. Jeremy played piano on those.
    Wow, that's so great. She's channelling Otis Spann big time!
    Last edited by The Shifter; 04-18-18 at 09:18 AM.

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    Re: Mike Campbell joins Fleetwood Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Wittrock View Post
    They recorded 5 takes of that, that day. Take #4 and #5 were designated the masters. She was on all takes, and presumably on all songs with keys that day [she played organ, rather than piano, on Need Your Love So Bad]. This recording day was sometimes referred to as "Peter Green Day" because of song selection.

    The next day, April 29 was "Jeremy Spencer Day" where they recorded his songs. Jeremy played piano on those.
    That made my day!

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    Re: Mike Campbell joins Fleetwood Mac

    I'm looking for the date she first played with them [presumably as a sit in].
    Actually, because this subject caused me to dig into her association with FM, I am trying to chronicle all of her early involvement.
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    Re: Mike Campbell joins Fleetwood Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by The Shifter View Post
    Wow, that's so great. She's channelling Otis Span big time!

    In 1969, they did this with Mr. Spann:







    Some of Peter Green's best playing, IMO, although by all reports, Mick did not play on these sessions.

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    Re: Mike Campbell joins Fleetwood Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by Xpensive Wino View Post
    In 1969, they did this with Mr. Spann:







    Some of Peter Green's best playing, IMO, although by all reports, Mick did not play on these sessions.
    I do remember that Mick did not play drums. Otis wanted at least one guy from his "group" and S.P. Leary [I think] was his drummer. Makes sense he would want his regular drummer, but it's also a shame Mick isn't there.

    Edit: I don't know why I read your post as saying John McVie wasn't there.
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