The Songs of Lindsey Buckingham | Promo CD Sleeve Notes

The Songs of Lindsey Buckingham

Promo CD from EMI Publishing
Released in the UK in 2002

Born on October 3rd. 1949. in the upper-middle class suburb of Atherton, near Palo Alto, CA. Lindsey was the third, and youngest son of Morris and Rutheda Buckingham Morris, known as Buck to his friends, owned a coffee plant and was also a member of the Menlo Country Club, where Jeff. Greg and Lindsey were all encouraged to swim competitively (Greg went on to win a silver medal in the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City)

The first Elvis record Lindsey remembers hearing was ‘Heartbreak Hotel’ and he began playing along to Jeff’s 45’s on a toy Mickey Mouse guitar Once he’d taught himself to play a few songs on this, his parents bought him a $35 Harmony guitar. Jeff’s record collection became so extensive that Lindsey recalls, ‘It was like having the story of rock n’ roll unfurled in front of me. Continue reading

WHAT IF: Lindsey Buckingham “Out Of The Cradle” (expanded deluxe edition)

Imagine you are working at Rhino and you have been given the project to curate an expanded and deluxe re-release of Out Of The Cradle by Lindsey Buckingham.

Whilst in this dream state, listed below is the content that I would add that has been culled from various releases throughout the years, the media would be a combination of CDs, Vinyl and Blu-Ray DVD as per the recent Fleetwood Mac deluxe sets…

Please note for anyone reading this, this post is a what-if, this release is neither planned nor scheduled. Continue reading