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First correct me if I am wrong, But just now flipping threw the channle's I saw ther're bass guy with a cort artisan b4. Well it shure in the heck looked like the cort i want. Anway's we was amazing to say the least His bass solo was SWEEET.

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Originally posted by scythe

Fleetwod Mac rocks!
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+1. Derek, if you want to hear the definition of a tight rhythm section, you should get into Mac. Regardless of what you think of their music, John and Mick were always locked together. The bass line in the chorus of "Say You Love Me" is a classic example of a bass line that takes a mediocre chord progression and makes it memorable.

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Originally posted by BigPigPeaches



+1. Derek, if you want to hear the definition of a tight rhythm section, you should get into Mac. Regardless of what you think of their music, John and Mick were always locked together. The bass line in the chorus of "Say You Love Me" is a classic example of a bass line that takes a mediocre chord progression and makes it memorable.

 

 

Aye I thought they rocked. Was very cool but the woman in the band where kind of weak for voice's but mybe it's becuase they sang for all those years

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Originally posted by BigPigPeaches



+1. Derek, if you want to hear the definition of a tight rhythm section, you should get into Mac. Regardless of what you think of their music, John and Mick were always locked together. The bass line in the chorus of "Say You Love Me" is a classic example of a bass line that takes a mediocre chord progression and makes it memorable.

 

 

they play some pretty tight stuff

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I feel I should chime in here since I work with Mick Fleetwood. I work for Fleetwood Marketing - the company that handles his marketing management (image, branding and some aspects of music, though we are not his artist management which is through Sanctuary Music Group).

 

First off, John and Mick are a great team - Rumours is a great example of a bassist and drummer locking perfectly. They take great care in everything they play.

 

Also, if you like Mick's playing you should check out the album "Something Big" from the Mick Fleetwood band, its absolutely amazing - Classic rock/blues/roots music type of stuff.

 

Anyone who is in LA - Mick is doing some personal appearances tomorrow to promote the Mick Fleetwood Private Cellar wine (yes he has a wine label too). Let me know if there is some interest I'll post some info.

 

-Jeremy

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Originally posted by Billy-B

You need to go farther back. The Peter Green era FM was one of the best blues bands, ever, period.


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Yup. Fleetwood Mac was one of the best white blues bands ever. Then all that other {censored} happened and turned them into a famous pop act. :(

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Originally posted by bholder



Yup. Fleetwood Mac was one of the best white blues bands ever. Then all that other {censored} happened and turned them into a famous pop act.
:(

 

Another real FM fan! Green is my all-time fav blues guitarist. Danny Kirwan was no slouch, either.

 

 

I almost used the "W" word to qualify my comment, but Green wrote, played and sang with so much feeling and anguish, I think he coulda played in any blues band.

 

 

 

Billy-B

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