Stevie Nicks Says “Half the Songs” on New Album Are About Lindsey Buckingham

Warner Bros. RecordsOver the years, many of Stevie Nicks‘ songs have documented her love life, including, perhaps most famously, her years with Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham. The couple broke up during the 1970s, but on Nicks’ new album, she’s revisiting their relationship: a good portion of the songs, she says, were inspired by Buckingham.

The album, 24 Karat Gold — Songs from the Vault, is made up of songs that Stevie wrote years ago, but never recorded, and some date back as far as 1969. She tells Rolling Stone that nobody in Fleetwood …read more

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Remastered Versions of George Harrison’s First Six Solo Albums Coming this Month

Capitol/UMeDigitally remastered versions of George Harrison’s first six solo albums — released between 1968 and 1975 on the Beatles’ Apple Records label — are hitting stores later this month.

The albums — Wonderwall Music, Electronic Sound, All Things Must Pass, Living in the Material World, Dark Horse and Extra Texture (Read All About It) — will arrive September 23. They’ll be available both as individual albums, and as a deluxe, eight-disc boxed set called The Apple Years 1968-1975.

In addition to the six albums, including the double disc All Things Must Pass, that boxed set includes an exclusive …read more

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Yes’ Steve Howe Talks About Band’s “Unusual” New Album, Praises New Frontman

Rob Shanahan/MSO PRYes recently wrapped up a North American summer tour during which the band debuted some material from its latest studio album, Heaven & Earth, the prog-rock legends’ first with their new lead singer Jon Davison. Guitarist Steve Howe tells ABC News Radio that the record is “a different sort of album” for Yes.

“It’s an unusual album in a way. It has a light element to it,” Howe explains, noting that he agrees with some fans who have described the record as being “accessible.”

Davison has only been an official member of Yes …read more

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