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Reissue Theory: Stevie Nicks Solo – and Beyond

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Welcome to another installment of Reissue Theory, where we reflect on notable albums and the reissues they could someday see. With anticipation running high for a new album from Stevie Nicks in a few months, we bring you a special look back at her first two solo albums – which have never been expanded – and that one record she’s on that fans have been anxiously waiting for an official CD release…

This post is dedicated with love to Stephen Sears, a good friend of The Second Disc. Today is his birthday! Wish him a good one at his blog.

Stephanie Lynn Nicks is many things to many people – an accomplished singer/songwriter both on her own and as a member of Fleetwood Mac, an icon of ’70s rock music and all its styles and excesses, a witch (just kidding!) – and she’s going to drop In Your Dreams, her first solo album in a decade, this coming May. This will come after a co-headlining tour with Rod Stewart slated to begin next week. (Of course, she toured with Fleetwood Mac in 2009 as well – but right now this is mostly Nicks’ time to shine!)

Clearly, this is a year to get your Nicks fix. With that in mind, we take a trip down memory lane through three of her earliest, most significant moments on record outside of Fleetwood Mac. Join us after the jump!

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Written by Mike Duquette

March 16, 2011 at 15:50