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Lindsey Buckingham

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Guitarist/singer Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac talks about his career in music with that band and as a solo musician, and discusses his new album, “Seeds We Sow.” He’s not only the male lead singer and guitarist for Fleetwood Mad but also penned some of their biggest hits.

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Comments [5]

Calvin from BRONX, N.Y.

Your introduction of Lindsay Buckingham
incorrectly spells his other band's name.
It is FLEETWOOD MAC not
Fleetwood MAD.

Sep. 28 2011 04:02 PM
Jack from Gardiner, NY

Are you sure that wasn't Bill Hader? They sound alike without either having to do a thing.

Sep. 27 2011 12:30 PM
Joe Splivengate from Somewhere in the 1960/1970 cusp

Lindsey Buckingham is/was an outstanding member of Fleetwood Mac & as a solo artist; not to take anything away from him. Fleetwood Mac's "biggest hits", measured in sales/popularity; however, too often Fleetwood Mac's earlier endeavors, in my opinion, are "bigger hits", measured musically, are overlooked. Evolution of "biggest hits" (commercially) can be traced back through Bob Welsh's turn at lead guitar. I ask that, from that time, all the way back to the Peter Green era, through Kiln House, Then Play on & Future Games be considered when determining "biggest hits".

Sep. 27 2011 12:29 PM
Elaine from Baltimore

Welcome back Leonard! J'espère que vous avez eu des vacances merveilleuses!

Sep. 27 2011 12:20 PM
Antonio from bayside

Hope you had a great vacation. The guest hosts were good, but your absence during Patricia T. O'Conner's segment was sorely missed! Especially your funny puns...Welcome back!

Sep. 27 2011 12:13 PM

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