Intrigued by his unorthodox playing, Porcaro approached Fleetwood after a live gig:. Notify me of new comments via email. In spite of having scored a major artistic and commercial triumph with their self-titled tenth album, all is not well with the members of Fleetwood Mac. German lena Entering the Hot at 71 on January 8, , it peaks at 10 on March 12,
I'm A Road Runner. I Don't Want To Know.
Don't Let Me Down Again. I'm So Afraid. Beautiful Child. Gold Dust Woman. Coming Home. Coming Your Way. Isn't It Midnight.
Looking For Somebody. Bella Donna. Believe Me. Child Of Mine.
Love That Burns. Love Shines. My Little Demon. Doctor Brown. Goodbye Angel.
Come A Little Bit Closer. Buddy's Song. Book Of Love. Blood On The Floor. Mission Bell. I Can't Hold Out. Nights In Estoril. I Wonder Why.
Feb 4, Go Your Own Way Lyrics: Loving you isn't the right thing to do / How can I “Go Your Own Way” was the first single from Fleetwood Mac's award Your browser does not currently recognize any of the video formats available. "Go Your Own Way" is a song by the British-American rock band Fleetwood Mac from their . Buckingham ultimately decided to keep those lyrics in the final song. .. VIDEO: Go Your Own Way by Fleetwood Mac · Fleetwood Mac's Go Your.
Bright Fire. Closing My Eyes. A Fool No More.
I Know I'm Not Wrong. Bleed To Love Her. Allow Me One More Show. Lay It All Down. Affairs Of The Heart.
Bermuda Triangle. The lyrics would be the final link. Lindsey arranged and made a song out of all the bits and pieces that we were putting down onto tape. Sessions at the Record Plant in Sausalito, California could be tedious affairs, with little for Nicks to do. To keep the boredom at bay — and to keep friction with Buckingham to a minimum — she often sought refuge in an unused studio down the hall that had been built for funk renegade Sly Stone. By all accounts it was quite an inspiring space, done up in full-tilt Seventies style.
Even though he was mad with me at the time, Lindsey played it and then looked up at me and smiled. But, as musicians, we still respected each other. We were coming at it from opposite angles, but we were really saying the same exact thing. Though very different from what Buckingham and Watts had played, the unlikely arrangement proved to be but a perfect fit for the track.
I really had no idea, nor the ability to explain in musical terms, what I was ever doing in a particular song. His style baffled other stickmen as well. The effort took an entire day, and drained the goodwill of several studio techs. Restringing the guitar three times every hour was a bitch. But Lindsey had lots of parts on the song, and each one sounded magnificent.
The final results were pure perfection, except for one problem. Oh, man! So we recorded everything all over again the next day, dispensing with the changing of guitar strings — we had to lose all of that so we could get Lindsey singing in the right key. I stopped what I was doing and I turned around and watched her.
I was just amazed at how beautiful this song was. Rather than drown the melody with a full-band treatment, Caillat decided to try a stripped-down approach. I really wanted to set the mood! She nearly broke into tears. Then she started to play.
So it was my job to sit with her and cut them down to three or four minutes. And I loved the name. With vinyl only able to hold approximately 22 minutes per side, edits were a practical necessity. By the time the sessions wrapped in late , Caillat faced a problem of mathematics and aesthetics. We were concerned that we might have too slow an album.
Buckingham finally broke the news when it was time to record the vocals. This new version earned the band a Grammy, and earned Nicks some serious gratification. So for it to come back around like this has really been, really special to me. While humor played a major role in the unorthodox sartorial choice, Fleetwood felt it was an appropriate nod to his musical lineage. The whole ethic of a lot of blues music is slightly suggestive, might I say.