I agree with you 100%, incredibly beautiful song. I thought Fleetwood Mac ending concert with that song was pretty cool and different especially with all the "rocker" type songs they could have chosen.
It was a very appropriate way to end the show. In 1977, relationships within the band, Lindsey and Stevie breaking up, John and Chistine breaking up and Mick and Jenny breaking up, what should have been the greatest time in their lives would turn out to be their worse! Rumours from 1977 would become one of the band's most successful albums ever as well as one of the greatest albums of all time! Despite all of the breakups, Christine would dig deep down within her broken heart and write a message, in a song, as a last effort, to Mick, Lindsey, Stevie and John to say she loved them all! "Songbird" would be the result and is one of the most beautiful songs indeed!
He's pulling up conversations from 2014. You can read what he talked about .clicking on the @sgtpepper.
I could only see some posts back to 2018. It’s not that important, I just wish people would add context to their posts so we know what the heck they’re talking about. 🙄
If you hover on the name of the person he is responding to, you'll see the original post. Even back to 2014.
What do you mean by “hover?” I just clic.ked on @sgtpepper and it showed posts but only going back to 2018!
You keep forgetting I use an iPad so very different from laptop or PC.
Hover just like a hovercraft. Just pause your mouse over the @sgtpepper.
You don’t use a mouse on an iPad! I just said everything is different with an iPad - pretend like it’s just a big cellphone only you can’t make phone calls with it. You can’t right or left click or hover!
Yes, I know you use an ipad. But I don't. So I had no idea that you don't have a pointing device.
Realistically, I just can't see him coming back up to Scotland for a show ever again.
He played the SECC in 1990 and failed to sell it out, his next show up here was the Hampden one in 2010 and that failed to sell out too, so why travel all the way up here with the cost of crew accommodation when he knows full well that people like us are willing to travel down south to see him.
It's worth noting too, that tickets for the Hampden show were on sale on the day itself for just £5 (my ticket was £55 plus fees much like you two, I guess) to try and fill out the stadium and it still didn't sell out.
Much as I’d like to disagree with you Johnny, I can’t unless he was to announce a farewell UK arena tour - that might just generate enough “last chance to see a Beatle in Scotland” publicity for the Hydro to sell out. Sadly the days of Macca playing and selling out shows in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Aberdeen are distant 1970s memories