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Lindsey Buckingham (2011)

Interview by Bud Scoppa, Rock's Backpages audio, 29 June 2011

The sometimes Mac man talks about his latest solo album, Seeds We Sow, and his solo career in general. He also talks about Fleetwood Mac, past and present: making Tusk rather than Rumours II; Rumours and all that surrounded it, and his relationship with Stevie Nicks. He also looks back on their pre-Mac project, Buckingham Nicks, and the ongoing relationship with the band versus his solo life.

File format: mp3; file size: 59.6mb, interview length: 1h 02' 02" sound quality: *****

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Lindsey Buckingham: Law And Order (Elektra)

Review by Gene Sculatti, Creem, February 1982

ONE WAY TO assess the relative merits of any time frame is the measurable presence of oddballs. And, hey, it's no secret that oddball content ...

Lindsey Buckingham: A Pop Renegade

Interview by David Gans, Record, April 1982

AS THE NEXT Fleetwood Mac album nears completion, Lindsey Buckingham is faced with divided interests. Much of the responsibility for the success or failure of ...

Lindsey Buckingham, Lonely Guy

Interview by Michael Goldberg, Rolling Stone, 25 October 1984

Handsome millionaire rock star, 34, seeks soul mate for long-term relationship. Must be willing to relocate to LA. No drugs. ...

Lindsey Buckingham: The Speed of Sound

Interview by Alan di Perna, Musician, August 1992

Lindsey Buckingham gets tight with tone ...

Lindsey Buckingham: Your Money or Your Wife!

Profile and Interview by Mat Snow, Q, September 1992

It was a real-life adult farce: drinks and shrinks, drugs and deceit, marital breakdowns and "lifestyle-problems", lies and lunacy. Then Lindsey Buckingham quit Fleetwood Mac. ...

Lindsey Buckingham

Interview by Mike Mettler, Guitar Player, October 1992

LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM is finally a free man. "It feels great," he enthuses, savoring the fact that the release of his third solo album, Out Of ...

Lindsey Buckingham: Paradise, Boston

Live Review by Jim Sullivan, The Boston Globe, 29 March 1993

LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM was always the least meek of the Mac, Fleetwood Mac, that is, and he was always the guy who put the spice in ...

Lindsey Buckingham: Back in Mac

Interview by Mike Mettler, Guitar, October 1997

TO BORROW A lyric from our subject's song 'Go Insane', there are two kinds of Lindsey Buckinghams in this world. ...

Q&A With Lindsey Buckingham

Interview by Joel Selvin, San Francisco Chronicle, 12 October 1997

LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM may be the least enthusiastic member of Fleetwood Mac, but his guitar playing and passionate vocals have been the anchors of the group's ...

Lindsey Buckingham: Under the Skin

Review by Alfred Soto, Stylus, 11 October 2006

THE WORLD IS A sadder place without another 'Holiday Road'. Despite a Top Ten hit in 1981 (the ethereal 'Trouble') and 30 years of renown ...

Lindsey Buckingham Peels It Down to the Essentials

Review and Interview by Bud Scoppa, Paste, 15 November 2006

LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM'S LIFE has changed dramatically since the release of his last solo album, Out of the Cradle, in 1992. First, he returned to Fleetwood ...

Lindsey Buckingham: Gift Of Screws

Review by David Quantick, Uncut, October 2008

Mac man's punchy pop-rock manifesto ...

Lindsey Buckingham goes his own way

Interview by Bud Scoppa, Hits, 8 September 2011

Inside the Head — and the Home — of the Mainstream Rock Star Who's Conducted a Parallel Career as a Radical Solo Artist ...

Lindsey Buckingham: Town Hall, NYC

Live Review by Jeff Slate,, 29 September 2011

SEPTEMBER 29, 2011 (New York, NY) – Most of the over-55 rocker set are phoning it in these days, playing it all too safe amidst ...

see also Fleetwood Mac

see also Stevie Nicks


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