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Rock - Verschenen op 17 september 2021 | Reprise

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It is positively spooky how consistently interesting Lindsey Buckingham's 30-year solo career has been. For a musician whose core creative philosophy seems rooted in the way art emerges from dramatic chaos, his own output—both within and without Fleetwood Mac—always manages to be immediately familiar and completely surprising. And although it's been ten years since his last proper solo album, his 2017 collaboration with Christine McVie (featuring Mick Fleetwood and John McVie) felt more like "Buckingham with guests" than the "Fleetwood Mac without Stevie Nicks" album the lineup suggested, as it leaned heavily on Buckingham's unique vocal and guitar phrasings. However, when confronted with a true Lindsey Buckingham solo effort—as in, "written, performed, and produced by"—it's abundantly clear just how differently he thinks when left to his own devices. For a man who turns 72 in October, 2021, and is among the most famous rock musicians alive, it's remarkable just how weird and fearless he still is. The tenor and textures here are uniquely his, as is the distinct approach to multi-tracked self-harmonies, drum machine programming, and slightly off-kilter layers of instrumentation that evoke a mood that somehow is both claustrophobic and exploratory. It's an "in-the-box" sound that's less rock-oriented than 2011's Seeds We Sow (Buckingham calls it "pop," but it most definitely is not, despite how catchy some of the tunes are here), and more aligned with the coke-sheen new wave he was making on Mirage and Law and Order in the early '80s. And while a cut like "Blind Love" blatantly revisits the drum pattern of "Trouble," Buckingham has reconfigured the approach into something stranger and much more introspective here. Frenetic harmonies and digidrum patterns on a track like "Swan Song" show an artist in anxious conversation with himself. Some may be a bit disappointed that there's not a tremendous amount of guitar here, but when it does show up, it's mightily impressive; Buckingham flexes his fingerpicking skills on the glitchy and melodic "I Don't Mind" and the, er, electric "Power Down," both brisk reminders of what an underrated and unique player he is. Of course, it's not the '80s anymore, and for an artist exiled from the band that made him famous and looking at his eighth decade on the planet, it's probably not surprising that the lyrics here can get a little melancholy. "On the Wrong Side" is an explicit exploration of old age, but in typical Buckingham fashion, it's a bit askew and maybe a little cynical, while the more direct and melancholy "Dancing," closes the album out on a somber note of poetic reflection. © Jason Ferguson/Qobuz
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Rock - Verschenen op 5 oktober 2018 | Rhino - Warner Records

In the big family of great guitarists names such as Eric Clapton, Keith Richards and Frank Zappa are always on the tip of the tongue. But Lindsey Buckingham, formerly of Fleetwood Mac, certainly merits a place in this hall of fame. Now 69 years old, the three-time Grammy winner built up a big fanbase in the 1970s and 1980s but has also had a very full career since. Buckingham has six studio albums to his name, three live albums and one record which he made with Christine McVie of Fleetwood Mac. Solo Anthology: The Best Of Lindsey Buckingham clocks in at over three hours long and is made up, for the most part, of the artist's original tracks. It's a kind of vast résumé of his career including live and alternative takes of tracks from albums such as Law And Order, Go Insane and Out Of The Cradle, but also his collaborations with McVie on the 2017 album Lindsey Buckingham Christine McVie. Buckingham’s talent as a guitarist certainly shines through on Not Too Late but that doesn't keep the Californian's voice from taking a somewhat commercial turn at times. This anthology also sees the release of two new tracks: Hunger and Ride This Road as well as folk ballads from the early days such as Don't Look Down. This is a journey through time from Buckingham’s first solo album in 1981 to the present day. © Anna Coluthe/Qobuz
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Rock - Verschenen op 15 december 2008 | Reprise

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Rock - Verschenen op 9 juni 2017 | East West Records

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Lindsey Buckingham en Christine McVie kennen we natuurlijk allemaal van Fleetwood Mac. Maar in 2017 brengt het tweetal een eigen album uit, simpelweg Lindsey Buckingham/Christine McVie geheten. Het is een plaat die zeker goed zal vallen bij Fleetwood Mac-fans, want op het album zijn nummers te vinden die in veel doen denken aan de songs van de beroemde formatie. Lindsey Buckingham/Christine McVie kenmerkt zich namelijk door opgewekte popsongs, met aanstekelijke melodieën. © TiVo
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Rock - Verschenen op 24 maart 2008 | Reprise

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Rock - Verschenen op 12 september 2008 | Reprise

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Rock - Verschenen op 16 februari 2010 | Reprise

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Rock - Verschenen op 17 juli 2015 | Rhino - Warner Records

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Rock - Verschenen op 31 oktober 2011 | Mercury Studios

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Rock - Verschenen op 22 juli 2021 | Rhino

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Rock - Verschenen op 6 september 2011 | earMUSIC Classics

Since resuming his solo recording career with 2006's Under the Skin, songwriter and guitarist Lindsey Buckingham has worked steadily but quietly. After the gorgeous Gift of Screws in 2008, he toured briefly and returned to the shadows; but the three years between it and 2011's Seeds We Sow was fraught with change. Buckingham left the major Warner umbrella and created his own label, Mind Kit Records. He recorded, performed, and produced Seeds We Sow at home. The sound of this album is very different from anything we've heard from him before, even if his musical and lyrical signatures are all over it; they pick up where Gift of Screws left off. That said, sonically it couldn't be more different than anything he's done before: it sounds like a self-made recording, which is a very good thing. Buckingham's classy songwriting and guitar playing are trademarks, but so is his ambition as a record producer. Seeds We Sow is delightfully ragged. "When She Comes Down" has a bassline that's actually distorted in the final mix, as if it were a polished demo. That said, its gorgeous melody and lyrics, carried by layers of voices and guitars, create a blissed-out love song. "In Our Own Time" is a labyrinthine rock tune whose guitars simulate strings, as organic and synthetic percussion create twin pulses that contrast beautifully with his melodies (there are two of them) and which criss-cross and breed. "That's the Way Love Goes" is the only track here with other musicians: drummer Walfredo Reyes, keyboardist Brett Tuggle, and bassist Neale Heywood. It passes for a big, explosive rocker on this set, full of Buckingham's knotty Baroque pop touches, but it's a very basic production. "Stars Are Crazy" is about the results poisonous romantic relationships reap. Buckingham's lyric understands that they are all too human; long after they end, they pick at our emotional scabs. His multi-layered acoustic guitars and harmonies act as other voices, empathically reflecting back to us the haunting regret and desire for redemption in the middle of the night. "One Take" is a punchy, snarling, confessional rocker. "End of Time" is a classic Buckingham tune. It may be about karma, but it feels like a guttersnipe Fleetwood Mac delivering a pop song. He delivers -- and makes his own -- a solo acoustic cover the Rolling Stones' "She Smiled Sweetly," to mark the end of a remarkable, homegrown project that challenges listeners to expand their definitions of Buckingham and include him as an indie singer/songwriter. © Thom Jurek /TiVo
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Rock - Verschenen op 8 juni 2021 | Reprise

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Rock - Verschenen op 25 mei 2020 | Black Barn Music

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Rock - Verschenen op 9 juni 2017 | East West Records

Lindsey Buckingham en Christine McVie kennen we natuurlijk allemaal van Fleetwood Mac. Maar in 2017 brengt het tweetal een eigen album uit, simpelweg Lindsey Buckingham/Christine McVie geheten. Het is een plaat die zeker goed zal vallen bij Fleetwood Mac-fans, want op het album zijn nummers te vinden die in veel doen denken aan de songs van de beroemde formatie. Lindsey Buckingham/Christine McVie kenmerkt zich namelijk door opgewekte popsongs, met aanstekelijke melodieën. © TiVo
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Rock - Verschenen op 26 augustus 1997 | Reprise

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Pop - Verschenen op 3 mei 2013 | 2013 Autarc Media GmbH, CH.

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Rock - Verschenen op 1 september 2021 | Rhino

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  • A journey through time
    A journey through time In the big family of great guitarists names such as Eric Clapton, Keith Richards and Frank Zappa are always on the tip of the tongue. But Lindsey Buckingham, formerly of Fleetwood Mac, certainly me...