by Ben Lee in Video on Wednesday 19 November 2008
This is Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks backstage in the early 1980s sharing the demo of her new song with her backup singers and make up artist. The final argument for why demos should not be messed with.
Joe Wednesday 19 November 2008
Yeah, this is an awesome demo that has been circulating the web for a while, the reason the Wild Heart is different on her album is because the music here was written by Lindsey Buckingham and he didn’t want Nicks to use it on her solo record. It later became a filler song on Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Mirage’ – “Can’t Go Back”.
He could have been collecting royalties off of this hit if he wasn’t such a douche.
Francis Wednesday 19 November 2008
that’s great – v intimate
jesse utt Wednesday 3 February 2010
is there a way to get an audio of this?
it is SOOOO much better than the studio “wild heart”
Richard Wednesday 30 June 2010
This video can’t be from the early 1980’s. That would make Stevie in her mid 30’s when it was made and she is clearly much younger than that in the video.
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