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82 of 83 people found the following review helpful
Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks...together again 9 Oct. 2005
By cd-heaven - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
In my opinion, Lindsey Buckingham is severly and criminally under-rated as a guitar player. He has one of the smoothest tones my ears have ever heard. His solos are so fluid they just reach in you and suck you in. A very incredible guitar player and on the classic rock, and melodic level he is a personal favorite of mine. And watching him perform live is always a treat. This show is extrodinary, fantastic son selection, and Stevie Nicks does appear for a couple of tunes. A nice addition to ones Fleetwood Mac collection, and a worthy sucessor to the Fleetwood Mac Live in Boston concert released way earlier in the year. Set list is as follows:

Someone's Gotta Change Your Mind

Trouble

Big Love

Go Insane

Down On The Rodeo

Peacekeeper

Red Rover

Never Going Back Again (w/Stevie Nicks)

Say Goodbye (w/Stevie Nicks)

Murrow Turning Over in his Grave

Go Your Own Way
25 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Worth it! 26 Nov. 2005
By Jessica Scheiber - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
If you like Lindsey Buckingham, or his Fleetwood Mac songs, at all, buy this. If you're one of those diehards who think half the songs have been done better, you're probably right. Everyone has a favorite performance. You should STILL buy it. Why?

1. "Murrow (Turning Over In His Grave)" performed for most likely the first and last time ever. Anyone who thinks LB isn't up-to-date should listen to this song, too.

2. The unreleased Gift Of Screws demos: "Down On Rodeo", "Someone's Gotta Change Your Mind", and "I Am Waiting". These are almost relics; at the time this was recorded, LB was possibly going to use studio versions of those on his "upcoming" solo album (which ended up becoming FM's Say You Will). Now, they'll probably never be heard again. "Down On Rodeo" has some amazing guitar parts...

3. "Trouble". Yes, you've heard the album version. This version is BETTER.

If those 3 reasons don't work, Buckingham Nicks fans may want to consider that Stevie (in her over-touted, but still good, guest spot) sings a line from "Frozen Love".

You will not regret it if you buy this. Lindsey Buckingham is, if anything, possibly MORE passionate about his music than ever.
19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Buckingham's Back 13 Nov. 2005
By Jc377 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I ordered this back in September and was furious when the date was set back from Oct 4 to Nov 8. It was well worth the wait. Buckingham opens with "Someone's Gotta Change Your Mind", a very unknown song from the "Reprise Records Presents Music For

The 12th Annual GLAAD Music Awards" Disc. In my oppinion a wonderful song that I'm sure not many (besides die-hard buckingham fans like myself" have heard. Then his biggest solo hit, "trouble" which i think competes with the actual studio recording. Then his next two acoustic performances that always seem to follow one another "Big Love" and solo hit "Go Insane", before which Buckingham follows his tradition of reading the poem "Sardonic World". Then one of the best songs Buckingham has ever done, "Down On Rodeo", an unreleased song that was supposed to go on his "Gift Of Screws" album that never came to be. Following are Say You Will hits "Peacekeeper" which i found to be a little to slowly paced but still great, and another classic "Red Rover". Cue Nicks. Stevie walks out and sure enough everyone in the whole place explodes with applause as the Fleetwood Mac-ites reunite again. They sing the classic Mac hit "Never Going Back Again" followed by a very special treat for Buckingham Nicks Fans (Again, like Fleetwood Mac, I am a huge Buckingham Nicks fan) Stevie begins the song "Frozen Love" which is the song that got them into the Mac in the first place. It is cut short after the second line by Stevie saying "Thats all I remember!!" a funny little moment followed by laughs and applause. Then what i consider Lindseys "Landslide", is "Say Goodbye", a very well crafted piece written about Ms. Nicks herself. The two can hardly look away from eachother the whole time. Then it is bye bye to Stevie and back to Lindsey who plays "Murrow Turning Over In His Grave" off Say You Will, which he says is about the media and how TV is used in bad ways and how Ed R Murrow is probably turning over in his grave about it. Then of course, Buckinghams most well known song, "Go Your Own Way" which is performed very differently than ever before but is still done astoundingly. Thats all folks. Or is it? The DVD also has two bonus songs "Steal Your Heart Away"- another favorite on Say You Will and then a Rolling Stones Cover called "I Am Waiting". What Buckingham does with that song is absolutely amazing. The verses are a bit repetitive but the chorus makes the whole song worth listening to. All in all it deserves 5 stars for a wonderful show.
19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
WOW with an added Bonus X2 10 Nov. 2011
By Long Time Home Theater Guy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Whether or not you're a long time fan of Fleetwood Mac and Lindsey Buckingham's musical abilities as I've been, consider doing your eyes and ears a favor by adding Image Entertainment's latest Soundstage release on Blu-ray: Lindsey Buckingham with Special Guest Stevie Nicks: Live [Blu-ray] to your home video library. I've long enjoyed the DVD of this same title Lindsey Buckingham with Special Guest Stevie Nicks: Live since its initial release back in December of 2005. So when Image Entertainment announced a Blu-ray version, there wasn't a moment's hesitation in placing my order with the possible exception of not having the 2 bonus tracks ("Steal Your Heart Away" & "I Am Waiting") that were included on the DVD. Image Entertainment pre-release information on their website did not list either song on the track listings, nor were any bonus content revealed with the running time given as 58 minutes, shorter than the 63 shown for the DVD.

After Eagle Rock's reference quality Blu-ray release last November of Lindsey's: Songs From the Small Machine - Live in L.A. [Blu-ray] which had the benefit of being a 6 year newer recording, neither my great familiarity with many of the other Image Entertainment/Soundstage Blu-ray releases nor heightened personal expectations properly prepared me for the first notes I heard this afternoon from my 7.1 audio system. It's normal practice for me to start at the beginning of any new acquisition and sample it from start to end. Since I was both very familiar with this particular concert and surprised to find both bonus tracks listed on this Blu-ray's rear printed slipcover, "Steal Your Heart Away" was thus watched first.

What an impressive soundstage (pun intended) and from just four musicians! Better yet, Image Entertainment/HD Ready offered the two bonus tracks with the same DTS Master Audio 5.1 lossless audio encode as used for the main concert performances unlike some of their other releases (i.e. Peter Cetera with Special Guest Amy Grant: Live in Concert... [Blu-ray] bonus tracks: "25 or 6 to 4," "Even a Fool Can See") where the extra tracks are offered only with DTS HD Master Audio 2.0 stereo encodes. Talk about having your cake and eating it, too! The difference in sonic immersion is quite dramatic especially using "Steal Your Heart Away" as a starting point. Thanks much Image/HD Ready and I certainly hope this represents your new audio quality standard for all future Soundstage releases.

Returning to the balance of the main titles, song after song that Lindsey performed continued to impress sonically especially when one considers on nearly half of the entire set, similar to how he began on Songs From the Small Machine - Live in L.A. [Blu-ray] is just Lindsey and his lone guitar. Even his duet with Stevie Nicks remained strictly a two part harmony with Lindsey's guitar providing the complete musical accompaniment. Throughout the entire performance, the lossless audio mix was typically powerful, immersive, with each instrument clearly distinct within the entire audio mix. Truly amazing when you consider how small the ensemble group performing was.

My only minor nitpick with the entire audio mix came on Lindsey's signature and my own personal favorite performance of "Go Your Own Way" to close out his set. On my first listen, I thought it sounded thin particularly with all 4 musicians performing in comparison to his solos until I added in +5 db above my typical reference listening level. Much better but then that's also a testament to just how good the other tracks were mixed. Listening to the other tracks first probably just spoiled me when I finally reached this last song.

The visuals are rendered with a 1080i/60 MPEG-4 encode that will be most familiar and comparable to other Soundstage performances also recorded in what I would presume are the studios of WTTW in Chicago. Very even, bright studio lighting consistently producing accurate flesh tones that are usually warm, stable and featuring superb HD level detailing especially on the close ups of the individual performer's faces. Wide shots from the rear cameras usually match the overall expected clarity though there were a few instances where I felt one of the cameras didn't have a lens with a similar sharpness resulting in images that I felt were slightly soft. Every once in a while, one can also catch a camera a little out of focus but understanding how difficult their tasks are during any dynamic concert recording, the small number of times this occurs can certainly be overlooked and ignored. Blacks are deep with great detail and little crush. The stage is lit with mostly primary colors of red, blue and green with no banding anywhere I noticed. Not the absolute sharpest concert recording I've ever seen but certainly matches their previous releases so again, no complaints.

Taking everything in consideration, my thanks to Image Entertainment and Soundstage for another reference Blu-ray I will repeatedly enjoy in the years to come representing much value for the $15 invested. All my encouragements to continue releasing the entire catalog of Soundstage concerts on Blu-ray along with many of the DVD concerts (i.e. Dion: Live in Concert; Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) - Zoom Tour Live) previously issued by Image Entertainment. If all of the upgrades were this dramatic in sight and sound improvement, I won't be the only customer wanting.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Great Show 3 Jan. 2006
By Knopfler720 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Lindsey is a pleasure to watch and listen to. Like another reviewer here, I fully agree that Lindsey is so under-rated as a guitar player. Oooooo, and when that familiar FM guitar sound comes in, I feel all cozy inside. I see Lindsey as both FM and an experimental solo artist, of which are both displayed here on this DVD. Great form, Lindsey!

Too bad Stevie didn't hang around longer.
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