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Lindsey Buckingham - First Solo Concert album

Lindsey Buckingham - First Solo Concert album
  • Performer Lindsey Buckingham
  • Title First Solo Concert
  • Style Acoustic, Folk Rock, Hard Rock
  • Other formats AA XM APE TTA MOD VOX MIDI
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1709 mb
  • Size FLAC 1720 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 159

Solo Anthology: The Best of Lindsey Buckingham. Solo Anthology: The Best of Lindsey Buckingham is a compilation album released by American musician and former Fleetwood Mac vocalist-guitarist Lindsey Buckingham, released on October 5, 2018.

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Like their first album, it was all blues. The album was recorded live in the studio with miked amplifiers and a PA system, rather than being plugged into the board Shortly after the release of their second album Fleetwood Mac added 18-year-old guitarist Danny Kirwan to their line-up. Recorded at Château d'Hérouville in France and produced by Richard Dashut, Mirage was an attempt to recapture the huge success of Rumours. The regrouped Fleetwood Mac performed a live concert on a soundstage at Warner Bros. Burbank, California, on 22 May 1997.

Widely considered one of the greatest living guitar players and songwriters of our time, Lindsey Buckingham is a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and a 3-time Grammy winner. In addition to his prolific and loved work with Fleetwood Mac, he is a widely celebrated solo artist.

On July 19, three days after Fleetwood Mac perform at Classic West, Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie will perform songs from their upcoming duet album. We're still awaiting full details on the upcoming album by Fleetwood Mac members Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie, but we know now that they will perform together outside of the group. They are booked to play the amphitheatre at the Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery in Woodinville, Wash.

A slightly strange decision when songs from his VERY recent collaborative album with Christine McVie do feature here. Finally, Solo Anthology comes with two previously unreleased tracks. Solo Anthology: The Best of Lindsey Buckingham is released on CD formats on 5 October, two days before the start of a North American tour.

The album pursued the quirky, eclectic, often lo-fi and New Wave influences of Tusk and spawned the single "Trouble" (inspired by Richard Dashut), which reached on the Billboard Hot 100 and in Australia (for three weeks). Buckingham had planned to conduct his first solo tour of the United Kingdom and Ireland in December. However, in early December, Buckingham postponed all UK dates due to his guitarist suffering a back injury. The UK dates were subsequently cancelled.

This double-disc package by Lindsey Buckingham, guitarist, songwriter, producer, and principal musical architect of Fleetwood Mac's ng sound, contains a live DVD of concert performances with a bonus documentary, plus a CD that includes all but one of the performances on the DVD. The material ranges from tunes on his last solo album, the brilliant Under the Skin, as well as Fleetwood Mac nuggets, and a choice track or two from his other solo offerings.


1 Intro 1:05
2 Don't Look Down 3:47
3 Tusk 3:55
4 Never Going Back Again 3:20
5 You Do Or You Don't 3:48
6 The Chain 4:19
7 Big Love 1:40
8 Go Insane 3:53
9 Trouble 3:23
10 I'm So Afraid 6:03
11 Street Of Dreams 4:47
12 This Is The Time 5:07
13 Never Going Back Again 2:31
14 All My Sorrows 3:47
15 Go Your Own Way 6:03


Two performances of Never Going Back Again are included, both of which are marginally incomplete. An incomplete performance of Big Love, the latter half of the song, is also included.

The song Doing What I Can is listed as the twelfth song on the release, however This Is The Time is actually played. Doing What I Can does not appear on this release.

The release claims to be recorded on December 18, 1992 at Center Stage Hall in Chicago, Illinois. The tour page does not list this date as part of the tour so the true recording date remains unknown. Several recordings are of the same performances featured on Centerstage 1992 with significantly more hiss and crackle.

Talk about Lindsey Buckingham - First Solo Concert

The audio quality of the work falls quite a bit short of the audiophile's standard, but the renaissance wizardry of Lindsey's fingerpicking style is ever present. A real treasure if one ever manages to unearth a copy.