Stevie Nicks Landslide Live 1977





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Uploaded on Feb 16, 2008

From the Going Home special

"Landslide," written by Stevie Nicks in Aspen, Colorado, after an argument with former lover and fellow band member, Lindsey Buckingham, is a reflection of her bittersweet relations with him at that time, as well as a reflection of the changes she was experiencing in her life.

As the story goes, Stevie and Lindsey were in Colorado and had a disagreement in which Lindsey left her in Aspen and drove the old "beat-up" car down the "snow-covered hill." Stevie never thought she would be stranded - she didn't care if Lindsey left her there. She had a lifetime bus pass on Greyhound since her father worked for the company and knew she could get out of Aspen on her own. However, Greyhound went on strike and Stevie was stranded and all alone, realizing she had no one to rely on but herself.

The song is touching, displaying how Stevie's simple poetry, while accompanied by the familiar, comfortable acoustics from Buckingham's guitar, can exhibit an overwhelming feeling of emotion that comes from within the heart.

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