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I fell in love with this song at 19 when Fleetwood Mac released the album "The Dance;" The sound was so beautiful. Now, at 35, I've fallen in love with the song all over again: It's sound is just as hauntingly beautiful, however the words really hit home too. Long or short, every life has seasons, and this song reminds one of the simplicity of that idea.
This song brings me back to my first year in college. A lot of first's happened that year and this song always brings me back to that time in my life that you never want to forget. Love the acoustic version which rings true to that late 70's early 80's sound. Now at 54 I can still remember what 18 feels like.
Im from brooklyn and mainly into hip hop ... to be honest i heard this song in a southpark episode and i had to find it ! This song is angelic , powerful and stirs up emotions and memories , not many songs can do that for me. Excellent.
As someone who loves to sing, I'm amazed at how effortless Steevee's voice sounds as she does this song. It's a hard, HARD song to sing and maintain the beauty. I agree with some that the "chicks" come closest to achieving what Stevie does with it. But, man, to hear the longing and disappointment in her voice when she sings this is incredible. It's an easy song to over-sing, as B. Corgan (Pumpkins) shows us. By the way, I sound like a lousy Vegas act by the time my tremelo-voice is done with it. Just wonderful to listen to on a cloudy day.
I love the acoustic rendition of Landslide. The vocals sound so pure and honest. The clean and clear guitar style of Lindsey Buckingham gives such a rich tone and balance to the vocal. It's simply wonderful music from the heart!
The absolute best interpretation of this song ever recorded. Can only be better when seen live. Stevie's voice is not overpowered by any loud background music as it often is, and the purity of its subtle imperfections is amazing. I love this!
There's really not too much to say. Stevie Nicks has a great voice, which always shines. But, when you set her alone with an acoustic guitar playing in the background her voice may just rock you to sleep, or give you an orgasmic chill. She truely has a heavenly voice and this is one of her more beautiful songs.
This, of course, is a great song. I love this version, but for whatever reason I love Billy Corgan's cover even more. I suppose since I am a child of the late 1980's the Pumpkins have that effect on me. I'm writing this to pay respect to the genious behind this beautiful, haunting masterpiece; Stevie Nicks. Without her, Corgan would have never had the honor of doing the song. I encourage Fleetwood Mac fans to check out the Smashing Pumpkins version, just to get another musical mastermind's take on a gorgeous song. You won't be disappointed.
Someday she's going to knock on my door and ask me to marry her. Until then, I'll always have her music. ha ha! :) I sure hope that she doesn't give up her solo career because she never sounds any less than awesome. I loved the last couple of CDs and am really excited to hear whatever she does next. Oh, the door. gotta run!