Fleetwood Mac Live is a world tour by the rock group Fleetwood Mac that began on April 4, 2013 in Columbus, Ohio. 66 shows are scheduled across 14 countries in North America and Europe. The April 18, 2013 stop in Boston, Massachusetts was one of the first major performances given in the city following the Boston Marathon bombings three days earlier. This tour has also marked the first appearance of Christine McVie with the band since 1998. She appeared at the last two London O2 Arena shows. On October 27, the band announced that John McVie had been diagnosed with cancer, and that they were cancelling their New Zealand and Australian performances in order for him to undergo treatment. [ 1 ] On November 22, 2013 Christine McVie stated she would love to rejoin Fleetwood Mac and that John McVie's Progress was really good. On November 26, 2013 @officialfleetwood mac (Via Instagram) and FleetwoodMac.com announced that Fleetwood Mac is playing 3 last shows for their "Extended Play" tour. Fleetwood Mac said they would do one public show and two private shows. The last public show was played on December 30, and the two privates shows were performed from December 31-January 1 and January 8th. At midnight on January 1 Fleetwood Mac performed "Auid Lang Syne" to their private audience.Tour Dates Festivals and other miscellaneous performances A This concert was a part of "New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival " B This concert was a part of "A Day On The Green"
Mirage is the 13th studio album by Fleetwood Mac. released in June 1982 .
Following a hiatus of over a year after the completion of the worldwide Tusk tour, the band temporarily relocated to Château d'Hérouville in France to record this 12-track collection. By this time Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham had each commenced a solo side-career, the former to multi-platinum #1 success with 1981's Bella Donna . the latter faring not as well with his first outing Law and Order (US Billboard #32).
Mirage found the band venturing further into radio-friendly soft rock than it had in any of its previous incarnations. It stood in stark contrast to its highly experimental predecessor, 1979's Tusk . Mirage yielded several hit singles: "Hold Me" (which peaked at #4 on the U.S. Billboard Pop Chart, remaining there for seven weeks), "Love in Store" (#22 US Pop Chart), "Oh Diane " (which reached #9 in the UK), and finally, "Can't Go Back" (issued on 7" and 12" in the UK).
The Stevie Nicks composition "Gypsy " (#12 Pop, #4 Rock, and a #1 hit in Canada) was the second single from the album and was accompanied by a lengthy video, the highest-budget music video ever produced at the time, [ citation needed ] directed by Russell Mulcahy. and was the very first "World Premiere Video" on MTV in 1982. [ citation needed ] The single and album edit of "Gypsy" ran for only 4:24, but a 5½-minute version had been originally recorded and it was this version used for the video. This full-length version was not made available on CD until 1992's retrospective box set 25 Years – The Chain .
Of the other two compositions from Nicks on the album, "That's Alright" dated back to the Buckingham/Nicks days of 1974, whilst "Straight Back" was written in the winter of 1981 and referred to her separation from (then) lover, producer Jimmy Iovine. and the huge wrench she experienced having to leave her newly established and highly successful solo career to re-join Fleetwood Mac for the 1982 project (Nicks refers to this on the DVD commentary to her 2008 retrospective Crystal Visions – The Very Best of Stevie Nicks ). "Straight Back" was also a US radio hit in winter 1982.
The album was certified double platinum for shipping two million copies in the US [ 3 ] and returned the group to the top of the U.S. charts for the first time since their 1977 hit album Rumours. spending five weeks at the top. It also reached #5 in the UK, and #2 in Australia. [ citation needed ]Track listing
The Mirage Tour in Autumn 1982 only lasted for a few weeks and was confined to US dates in 18 cities only. [ citation needed ]
Two of the final shows of the Mirage tour were filmed in Los Angeles in 1982. Originally released on VHS and CED videodisc in 1983, many tracks were edited out, with the loss of "Second Hand News", "Don't Stop", "Dreams", "Brown Eyes", "Oh Well", "Never Going Back Again", "Landslide", "Sara", and "Hold Me", reducing the 135 minute show to just 80 minutes on cassette. The running order was also completely rearranged so that Nicks' "Gypsy" followed "The Chain", whilst "You Make Loving Fun" and "Blue Letter" were moved to the first half of the edited show.
The performance also includes what is often referred to as the 'speaking in tongues' version of "Sisters of the Moon", in which Nicks delivers the song's coda in such intense gravelly vibratos that her words are rendered mysteriously indecipherable.
The concert was not released on DVD until 2003, but this was limited to Brazil on the Studio Gaba label, and featured an unmastered soundtrack.
In 2006 a good quality release was issued in Australia, with an added special feature comprising six Stevie Nicks solo promotional videos for some of her singles released between 1981 and 1986. This collection had previously been issued separately on VHS in 1986 under the title Stevie Nicks – I Can't Wait. and exclusively includes a live solo version of her top ten hit "Leather and Lace" (a duet with Don Henley ), which was recorded on the final night of Nicks' 1981 Bella Donna tour. The clip was not included in the 9-track edit of Nicks' "White Wing Dove" live concert VHS release in 1982, and neither was it included in the DVD supplement to her 2008 retrospective Crystal Visions – The Very Best of Stevie Nicks. To date, this is therefore the only DVD availability of this live performance.
In 2009, another DVD incarnation of the Mirage concert was released under the title Fleetwood Mac – In Performance by the Showline label on a region-free disc.
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"–" denotes items which were not released in that country, failed to chart or for which no chart information is available. Numbers in brackets indicate peak positions on the French compilation albums chart.Notes
Peak chart positionsSingles [ edit ]
Singles peak chart positions by territory are shown in the following table. Blank spaces indicate either that the single was not released in that territory, or that there is no information available regarding its chart position. Many of these singles were released in other countries (Japan ), for example), but chart information is not yet available.
I'll be there if you want me to.
No one else that could ever do.
Got to get some peace in my mind.
All your life you've never seen
Woman, taken by the wind.
Would you stay if she promised you heaven?
Will you ever win?
Don't stop, thinking about tomorrow,
Don't stop, it'll soon be here.
It'll be, better than before.
Yesterday's gone, yesterday's gone.
You can go your own way.
Go your own way.
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