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Friday, April 25, 2008

I'll follow you down 'til the sound of my voice will haunt you

Reader-submitted question: Have you seen this video?

Yes, of course. I love this song, and this is a great version.

I assume you really mean that you want to know what I think of the last two minutes or so. I don't think it really means anything.

What a let-down, eh?

Seriously, you have to remember that Stevie Nicks is a performer. She's giving the fans what they want. It's a great song and I think it means a lot to her (well, to them), but I don't think this particular performance means anything special.

As I type, my local CBC morning show is announcing a contest: they want readers to call in with their favourite break-up songs. This would definitely be one of my favourites.


Anonymous said...

They had a torrid love affair and he broke her heart. I think she still loves him even tho she knows they will never be together and vice versa. After reading yrs of interviews with her, I get the impression there are a lot of regrets on both sides.

Anonymous said...

I think that fascination is what keeps the Fleetwood Mac fetishists going. It's the old idea of lovers who can't find their way back to each other.

Anonymous said...

Excellent review of Toddlers Gone Wild in the Winnipeg Free Press. She sums up Eckler's ouvre perfectly.