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  1. Dumnonia
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    04 Mar '19 23:10
    Sweet wonderful you
    You make me happy with the things you do
    Oh, can it be so
    This feeling follows me wherever I go
    I never did believe in miracles
    But I've a feeling it's time to try
    I never did believe in the ways of magic
    But I'm beginning to wonder why
    I never did believe in miracles
    But I've a feeling it's time to try
    I never did believe in the ways of magic
    But I'm beginning to wonder why
    Don't, don't break the spell
    It would be different and you know it will
    You, you make loving fun
    And I don't have to tell you but you're the only one
    You, you make loving fun
    It's all I want to do
    You, you make loving fun
    It's all I want to do
    You, you make loving fun
    It's all I want to do
    You, you make loving fun
    It's all I want to do

    Christine Mcvie
  2. Subscriberrookie54
    free tazer tickles..
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    04 Mar '19 23:17
    so,
    whatcha drinkin???
  3. Dumnonia
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    04 Mar '19 23:223 edits
    @rookie54 said
    so,
    whatcha drinkin???
    Lol.

    Popped out for a pie and a pint earlier, now I’m working my way through a nice red.

    Edit: Fleetwood Mac live ‘77 on Amazon music

    Edit2: always liked those lyrics

    Edit3: miss your presence cowboy
  4. Arch Stantons Grave
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    05 Mar '19 00:04
    They are playing Wembley mid June.
  5. Subscriberrookie54
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    @divegeester
    i got to see them in virginia in 77 and alpine valley wisconsin sometime in the mid eighties...
    my daughter's name is rhiannon...
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    @The-Gravedigger
    I saw them in Wembley around 35 years ago. Hall & Oats were on just before them. It was a fabulous day, the sun shon, I drank, danced ... then had a banging headache and horrible cough on the coach home which was filled with cannabis smoke and took 2 hour hours to get out of the car park and another 2 to get back.

    Excellent band! Who’s going to be in it?
    Ok, found it; Nicks, Fleetwood, Chris and John McVie. Buckingham has been cut from the tour and he’s now suing them.
  7. Subscriberbadradgeronline
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    05 Mar '19 08:39
    @divegeesterI prefered Peter Greens Fleetwood Mac saw them many times at the Redcar Jazz Club Late 60s early 70s on the bill with them occasionaly Chicken Shack featuring the then Christine Perfect.
  8. Arch Stantons Grave
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    @drewnogal said
    @The-Gravedigger
    I saw them in Wembley around 35 years ago. Hall & Oats were on just before them. It was a fabulous day, the sun shon, I drank, danced ... then had a banging headache and horrible cough on the coach home which was filled with cannabis smoke and took 2 hour hours to get out of the car park and another 2 to get back.

    Excellent band! Who’s going to be in it ...[text shortened]... cks, Fleetwood, Chris and John McVie. Buckingham has been cut from the tour and he’s now suing them.
    Happy days and I didn't know about Buckingham.
    Some friends of mine are going and are paying £500 each for 'VIP' tickets.
    This seems to mainly involve free food and alcohol.
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    @badradger
    Dear Peter Green, a musical genius ravaged by mental illness.

    YouTube
  10. Dumnonia
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    05 Mar '19 09:442 edits
    @the-gravedigger said
    Happy days and I didn't know about Buckingham.
    Some friends of mine are going and are paying £500 each for 'VIP' tickets.
    This seems to mainly involve free food and alcohol.
    Buckingham is one of the pillars of the band’s sound, I read that they are brining in two musicians to replace him.
    I saw them at Wembley Arena about 15 - 20 years ago (can’t remember exactly), had really good seats near the front. Christine Mcvie wasn’t with them which I was sad about but the rest of the band were intact and other than the song in the OP being covered it was an intact Rumours hit list.
    I wouldn’t both paying to see them again though to be honest.
  11. Dumnonia
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    05 Mar '19 09:451 edit
    VIP tickets are nuts!

    I had VIP tickets to see ELO in Glasgow in November which I paid an arm and leg for but it was worth it I suppose. Maybe.
  12. Arch Stantons Grave
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    @divegeester said
    VIP tickets are nuts!

    I had VIP tickets to see ELO in Glasgow in November which I paid an arm and leg for but it was worth it I suppose. Maybe.
    I went to see ELO in November in Leeds.
    Not bad,they played all the old favourites.
  13. Dumnonia
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    09 Mar '19 21:16
    FYI

    Stevie (Stephanie) Nicks is 71 years old this year.

    Feeling old? Lol.

    Check this out if you like her voice from 1977; an awesome version of ‘Rhiannon’ live.

    https://music.amazon.co.uk/albums/B00D4F0FIA?do=play&trackAsin=B00D4F0W7E&ref=dm_sh_67emuSyhbXWBm5eEmrgSaGqPQ
  14. Dumnonia
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    09 Mar '19 21:17
    @The-Gravedigger

    I love Jeff Lynne, he’s the voice of my musical youth. But I was saddened by his reduced energy if I’m honest.

    Still, a great concert as you say.
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    @divegeester said
    FYI

    Stevie (Stephanie) Nicks is 71 years old this year.

    Feeling old? Lol.

    Check this out if you like her voice from 1977; an awesome version of ‘Rhiannon’ live.

    https://music.amazon.co.uk/albums/B00D4F0FIA?do=play&trackAsin=B00D4F0W7E&ref=dm_sh_67emuSyhbXWBm5eEmrgSaGqPQ
    Mick Jagger (75) amazes me with his youthful jumping around on stage though his face, like that of Keith (also 75) sure looks "mature".
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