R.I.P Christine McVei

Discussion in 'News and Announcements' started by ynotbuick, Nov 30, 2022.

  1. ynotbuick

    ynotbuick Platinum Level Contributor

    Grew up with Fleetwood Mac. Another talent lost.
  2. Mike Sobotka

    Mike Sobotka Founders Club Member

    Always loved her voice. RIP.
  3. stump puller455

    stump puller455 1970 GS 455

  4. Aussie V8

    Aussie V8 Well-Known Member

    When she sang Song bird , her voice was brilliant.
  5. PGSS

    PGSS Gold Level Contributor

    So sad..
    I also grew up with Fleetwood Mac. She had such a sweet different voice.
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  6. Fox's Den

    Fox's Den 355Xrs

    RIP I had Rumors on a 8 track great album if you have it.
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  7. Briz

    Briz Founders Club Member

    Another of our childhood greats gone. In my mind its hard to remember that all these artest I grew up with are a bit older than I am. Course I sometimes forget Im as old as I am. Time marches on.
  8. PGSS

    PGSS Gold Level Contributor

    Rumors came out around 1977ish? Didn't think they still made 8 tracks at that time.
    I actually bought the Rumors album twice as I lent the first one out and was never returned and bought another.
    I wasn't much of a record collector, maby had 10 records and 5 albums only. Lots of cassettes though.. Just goes to show just how much I loved Fleetwood Mac.
    Last edited: Dec 1, 2022
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  9. 12lives

    12lives Control the controllable, let the rest go

    RIP - Yesterdays gone...
  10. Mike B in SC

    Mike B in SC Well-Known Member

    8 tracks were definitely around in the late 70’s. I bought my first 8 track tape player in 1976.
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    BUICKRAT Got any treats?

    Rest In Peace Christine. You will be missed.
  12. FLGS400

    FLGS400 Gold Level Contributor

    Same here... RIP Christine, you touch a lot of our hearts with your songs and voice.
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  13. Fox's Den

    Fox's Den 355Xrs

    8 tracks in 1977 oh yeah I had a holder that had about 10 of them at least I think I had 20 then, and me and my buddy would go out at lunch smoke a big fatty and listen to music for an hr. Best days! I also had a Quad 8 track player at the time too, had about 6 quad 8 tracks. I still have a couple of them somewhere, Dark Side of the Moon was great, The beginning of money would go around all 4 speakers. Riders on the storm would echo in the back and sing out the fronts.

    The real stereos were made back in the day!! Dual, Bose, B&O. Marantz, plus a lot of others I almost bought a Marantz Quad stereo back in 1976 but I did not like the colored lights and had to have that dark green lights for the radio tuner. So no Quad Receiver went with 2 speaker.
    Spell check doesn't even know what a Marantz is, it wants to call it Manta. dumb arsses. lol
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