Nov 05 2012

Lindsey Buckingham Would Love To Do New Fleetwood Mac Album

Lindsey Buckingham hasn't always felt comfortable balancing Fleetwood Mac with his individual releases. "There was a period of time where there was a level of frustration because the Fleetwood Mac agenda seemed to loom a lot larger . . . I would try to put together material [for] a solo album and there would be some kind of intervention," he tells Rolling Stone, laughing at the last part. "If you are gonna participate in a band, you've got to be a band member in good standing, and you've got to think about the needs of the whole."

The past few years have been kinder to the singer-guitarist's solo wanderlust. Following the release of Fleetwood Mac's last album, 2003's Say You Will, Buckingham requested time off from the folk greats to work on music alone and released an album, Seeds We Sow, last year. This month, he concludes a solo acoustic tour and digitally releases a live album on November 13th. (Rolling Stone will premiere one cut, Fleetwood Mac's "Big Love," next week.) After that, he will return to the Fleetwood fold for the band's massive 2013 tour.



Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/lindsey-buckingham-i-would-love-to-do-a-new-fleetwood-mac-album-20121102#ixzz2BJV7kdXB
Nov 05 2012

The Rolling Stones New Documentary

In 1965, filmmakers followed the Rolling Stones for a weekend tour of Ireland after "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" had just climbed to Number One on the charts. The resulting documentary, Charlie Is My Darling, finally surfaced at the New York Film Festival in September, and will see a box set release on November 6th. Here, the Stones tear through their 1965 hit "The Last Time" with timeless, youthful energy. Every riff, howl and drum pound is captured perfectly in pristine black and white. Now this is a history lesson.



Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/videos/rolling-stones-swagger-through-the-last-time-in-ireland-20121030#ixzz2BJSKRwln

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