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  • Fleetwood Mac
  • 2003-05-27
  • Going Back Again
  • Worcester Centrum Centre
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  • davebowman
  • 27th of May 2010
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  • 1st seeded at http://www.echoeshub.com/ by Mbuehler 1st time on the hub Fleetwood Mac May 27, 2003 - Worcester, MA - Worcester Centrum Centre (Boston) (2cds) (A- audience) MAST-074 Silver > EAC > FLAC PLZ enjoy Mbuehler Disc 1: The Chain Dreams Eyes Of The World Peacekeeper Second Hand News Say You Will Never Going Back Again Rhiannon Come Gypsy Big Love Landslide Disc 2: Say Goodbye What's The World Coming To Beautiful Child Gold Dust Woman I'm So Afraid Silver Springs Tusk Stand Back Go Your Own Way World Turning Don't Stop Goodbye Baby Note: QUOTES FROM CONCERT: 1. The show was just awesome! They played for a little under 2 hours and came back on stage for 2 encores. Total onstage time was 2 hours 20 minutes. Their energy was so high you could feel it. Lindsay Buckingham gave several impressive guitar solos. Stevie poured her heart in to Landslide and Stand Back. On Landslide, Stevie gave tender smiles when she sang I'm getting older too..., hinting to her acceptance of her age. Mick Fleetwood gave an awesome drum solo during the encore that showcased his playful demeanor. The band, on a whole, gave great performances on Chain, Tusk, Don't Stop, Big Love, and Go Your Own Way. The new stuff was just as good. There was a great mix of songs done with back-up performers and with just the original band members. I felt as though I was getting Fleetwood at their best. They showcased versatility with their high-powered songs and with more acoustic versions of other songs. What really impressed me was their respect for their fans. Whenever they performed a new song they would say "We are going to perform song (s) from our new album.....". They wanted the audience to be comfortable and knew it was a delicate situation for the fans. Yes Christine McVie was missed but they still rocked. The highlight of the night for me was Stevie's performance of Stand Back. She gave a signature twirl. The energy went through the roof when that song came on. I could not stop dancing. If I could go again I would in a heart beat!! 2. Wonderful concert! Saw Stevie last year at the Meadows in Hartford, and I must say I thought she moved a lot more last night. She belted out a powerful voice, but at times took her mouth far away from the mic and she faded. You could tell which songs she liked singing and which ones she just sang. Lindsey was awesome. He was sooooo into being there last night. He sounded great and put his heart and soul into everything! He broke strings on several guitars, and probably woke up with sore fingers. Mick is a blast to watch, what a fun guy! His vest solo is a riot and a great plus! I love his personality! We were 3rd row on the floor. Lindsey signed a picture for the young woman in front of us at the end of the show. I had never heard "Beautiful Child" before but I really liked it. I would have to rate the concert a 4.5 out of 5. I would see them again and again and again!