Thursday, May 28, 2009
So does anyone besides myself actually like the Buckingham Nicks record? Or even know what the heck I'm talking about?
You might be asking yourself, "Wait, what? There's a Buckingham Nicks record? Since when?"
That's right. Before Lindsey and Stevie even met Mick Fleetwood and the McVie's, they had their own record out under Polydor. It was released in September of 1973. It flopped. Then it was reissued (as you can tell from what the poster is advertising). And today it isn't even available on CD. However, there are bootlegs aplenty and it's fairly easy to track down if you're interested.
It's great. It really is.
The reason I bring this up is because a couple weeks ago on eBay I spotted a very cool BN poster (pictured above - forgive me for the glare!). It was a good price so I snatched it up. It came from the U.K. and finally arrived today!
Here's a close-up of the paragraphs (I think you can click to enlarge):
As the review says, if people had actually known about this sucker (i.e. that it even existed) back when it was released then things might have turned out differently.
Go listen to it!
To make it easy for you, here's one of their songs called "Frozen Love":
The music, the lyrics, the harmonies. Amazing stuff.
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