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Connoisseurs of eccentric studio mavericks think Lindsey Buckingham is slumming by playing in Fleetwood Mac. His oddball touches--layered, androgynous vocal choirs and finger-picked bluegrass-style guitars--dominated his lost 1992 solo gem, "Out of the...
Special to the TribuneFleetwood Mac might be a mess of egos and romantic disasters, but the band does bring together some undeniable talents. In fact, it was the addition of the California couple Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks, a songwriting package of studio savvy and...
From the trippy folk-soul of Beth Orton to the rage and ruin of Rye Coalition, plus a rare visit from a Swedish juggernaut--it's a great couple of weeks for music in Chicago. Here's a breakdown of who to see and where, with their latest albums as a guide:...
Tribune rock criticElliott Smith and the Magnetic Fields' Stephin Merritt are deceptively indifferent performers with grand ambitions: to write pop songs for the ages. They are fringe artists by design, even as their music argues for a wider audience. In another age,...
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