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The Stevie Nicks Channel is the official YouTube home of Stevie Nicks, featuring her catalog of official music videos, live performances, lyric . In 1981, six years after joining Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks went solo for the first time with her debut album ‘Bella Donna’.

The Stevie Nicks Channel is the official YouTube home of Stevie Nicks, featuring her catalog of official music videos, live performances, lyric .

"Stevie Nicks Story pg2 - Arcadia High School ROCK Legends". Retrieved November 11, 2016. Fleetwood, Mick; Bozza, Anthony (2014). Play On: Now, Then and Fleetwood Mac. Hodder & Stoughton. p. 32. ISBN 9781444753264. The Chris Isaak Hour (Television). The Biography Channel. Event occurs at 0:37. Retrieved July 26, 2017. "Stevie Nicks on 'Landslide'". Retrieved June 2, 2010. "Stevie Nicks Tells the Story Behind 'Landslide'". "Stevie Nicks Is Looking Back, Charging Forward on New Album". Santa Barbara Independent. Retrieved October 6, 2014. "PrideSource – Stevie Nicks talks gays, 'Glee' controversy and losing weight. with her own music?".

Stevie Nicks joined him halfway through the set for a special version of their 1981 hit Stop Draggin' My Heart Around. You know that Tom Petty is my favourite rock star!" said the singer. Fans were delighted by the duet; which trended on Twitter on Sunday night. Pure joy. Thank you," wrote one fan, posting a photo from the audience. Nicks had earlier played a support slot, running through her Fleetwood Mac songbook with renditions of Dreams and Gold Dust Woman, alongside solo hits Edge of Seventeen and Landslide.

Photography By – Stevie Nicks. Typography – Luis Sola.

Stevie Nicks wrote Dreams in Sly Stone’s bed. Sessions at the Record Plant in Sausalito, California could be tedious affairs, with little for Nicks to do. To keep the boredom at bay – and to keep friction with Buckingham to a minimum – she often sought refuge in an unused studio down the hall that had been built for funk renegade Sly Stone. I would take a electric piano with me, and my crocheting and my journals and my books and my art and I would just stay there until they needed me, she remembered in the 1997 documentary Classic Albums: Rumours.

This Stevie Nicks discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Stevie Nicks albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Stevie Nicks singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums.

But for all its glossiness, this pop/rock CD comes across as sincere and heartfelt rather than formulaic or contrived. From the catchy "I Can't Wait" to the intense "No Spoken Word" to the dark "The Nightmare," everything on Rock a Little is as honest as it is memorable. Assisting Jimmy Iovine and Rick Nowels with the production, Nicks wisely sees to it that technology adds to her songs instead of smothering or overpowering them.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1-1 Interview - Comments 0:58
1-2 "Bella Donna" (Medley) 6:00
1-3 Interview - Comments - Crying In The Night (Clip) 2:13
1-4 Interview - Comments - Landslide (Clip) 1:24
1-5 Interview - Comments 1:57
1-6 Rhiannon 4:00
1-7 Interview - Comments 1:48
1-8 After The Glitter Fades 3:27
1-9 Interview - Comments 2:08
1-10 Think About It 3:30
2-1 Interview - Comments 1:17
2-2 Stop Draggin' My Heart Around
Performer – Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers
4:02
2-3 Interview - Comments 2:22
2-4 Leather And Lace
Performer – Don Henley
3:55
2-5 Interview - Comments 1:18
2-6 The Highwayman 4:49
2-7 Interview - Comments 1:45
2-8 Kind Of Woman 3:08
2-9 Interview - Comments 0:49
2-10 Outside The Rain 4:17
2-11 Interview - Comments 0:20

Credits

  • Interviewer – Dick Sheppard
  • Performer, Interviewee, Songwriter – Stevie Nicks

Notes

LWL Broadcast Week of Oct. 11, 1981
A BBC Presentation

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): BBC - ROCK - HR - 241 - A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): BBC - ROCK - HR - 241 - B
Stevie Nicks - BBC Rock Hour #241 FLAC album
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Title:
BBC Rock Hour #241
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FLAC size:
1924 mb
MP3 size:
1626 mb
WMA size:
1943 mb
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Style:
Pop Rock, Synth-pop, Public Broadcast
Rating:
4.2
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