Career-Spanning Collections Outlining Nicks' Entire Solo Catalog 

  Available through Rhino Records or Amazon 3-CD, 1-CD, 6-LP

Remastered Deluxe Editions of
Bella Donna and The Wild Heart
Released November 4, 2016.

Released January 17, 2020
Available through Rhino Records

Released to VMP member, May, 2020

Released March 31, 2009


"Planets Of The Universe" 
 (Released July, 2001)

01. Tracy Young Club Mix - 10:27
02. Tracy Young Universal Dub - 8:08
03. Ilicit Club Mix - 7:49
04. Illicit Vocal Dub - 7:32
05. Illicit Vocal Dub Instrumental - 7:27
06. Extended Album Version - 6:35

July 21, 2001 "Planets Of The Universe" debuted at No.36 on Billboards Top 100 Singles Sales Chart and at No.5 on the Top 25 Maxi Singles Sales chart. On August 11, 2001 the remixed single reached the No.1 position on Billboards Hot Dance Music Club Play Chart.

The original version of Planets Of The Universe appears on "Trouble in Shangri-La" released in 2001.

"Stand Back" 
Limited Edition Maxi Single
(Released August 28, 2007)
Only 1,000 copies of this CD5 were pressed
4 Track digital version available at Amazon and iTunes

Reprise Records released "Stand Back" (issued with club mixes) on May 29, 2007. "Stand Back", which peaked at #5 on the pop singles chart in 1983, reached #2 on the Billboard Club chart. Nicks previously reached #1 on this chart, with "Planets of the Universe" (from Trouble in Shangri-La) in 2001. The remix single of "Stand Back" debuted on the Billboard Hot Singles Sales chart on September 15, 2007 at #10, peaking at #4 the following week. It also debuted on the Billboard Hot Dance Singles Sales chart at #3, later peaking at #1.

01. Stand Back (Tracy Takes You Home Mix) - 11:26
      Remix and additional production by Tracy Young - Additional production Joe Carrano 
02. Stand Back (Tracy Takes You Home Dub)  - 11:34
      Remix and additional production by Tracy Young - Additional production Joe Carrano
03. Stand Back (Tracy Takes You Home Mixshow)  - 6:53
      Remix and additional production by Tracy Young - Additional production Joe Carrano
04. Stand Back (Ralphi's Beefy-Retro Mix) - 11:12
      Remix and additional production by Ralphi Rosario - Programmed by Ralphi Rosario
05. Stand Back (Ralphi's Beefy-Retro Edit) - 7:30
      Remix and additional production by Ralphi Rosario - Programmed by Ralphi Rosario
06. Stand Back (Morgan Page Vox) - 7:02
      Remix and additional production by Morgan Page for Peace Bisquit at The Hotel in Silverlake, Los Angeles.
07. Stand Back (Morgan Page Dub) - 7:01
      Remix and additional production by Morgan Page for Peace Bisquit at The Hotel in Silverlake, Los Angeles.

Digital Only Single
Release - April 1, 2014
Lady Antebellum with 
Stevie Nicks
(Studio recording of the Crossroads performance)
Available at Amazon and iTunes

Lady Antebellum (with Special Guest Stevie Nicks) performed during the 49th annual Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday, April 6, 2014. On April 1, 2014, ahead of their performance, they released the new single "Golden" which they originally performed with Stevie on CMT's Crossroads. This new track, originally appeared on Lady Antebellum's 2013 album "Golden".

"I love Lady Antebellum, and to me, this song is their 
'Landslide’ because it's just that spectacular" 
- Stevie Nicks

Featured in the movie The Book of Henry
Released June 13, 2017

LeAnn Rimes and Stevie Nicks' 
Delicate Duet 'Borrowed (Re-Imagined)'
Released June 19, 2018
Collaborative version of bittersweet ballad featured on Rimes' 'Re-Imagined' EP was "our destiny," says Nicks

Neil Finn, Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie
"Find Your Way Back Home"
Released May 29, 2020
Stevie Nicks contributes vocals to the track, and bandmate Christine McVie has a writing credit for the song.  Available on all streaming services

Stevie Nicks on Soundtracks
1980: Heavy Metal - "Blue Lamp"
1982: Fast Times at Ridgemont High - "Sleeping Angel"
1984: Against All Odds - "Violet and Blue"
1984: Streets of Fire - "Sorcerer" (Marilyn Martin) 
1986: American Anthem - "Battle Of The Dragon"
1995: Boys On The Side - "Somebody Stand By Me"
1996: Twister - "Twisted" duet with Lindsey Buckingham
1996: Party of Five - "Free Fallin'"
1997: Boogie Nights - Magnet & Steel - with Walter Egan 
1998: Practical Magic - "If You Ever Did Believe" and "Crystal"
1999: Deuce Bigalow - Magnet & Steel - with Walter Egan
2001: Sweet November - "Touched By An Angel"
2003: School of Rock - "Edge of Seventeen"
2004: Jersey Girl "Landslide" live
2013: Sound City: Reel To Reel - "You Can't Fix This"
2017: The Book of  Henry - "Your Hand I'll Never Let Go"

Stevie Nicks Album Appearances
1976 - Mohammed's Radio - (with Warren Zevon)
1976 - Hurry Boy - (with Tom Snow)
1977 - Only the Lucky  - (with Walter Egan)
1977 - Won't You Say You Will - (with Walter Egan)
1977 - Feel So Good  - (with Walter Egan)
1977 - Yes I Guess I Am  - (with Walter Egan)
1977 - When I Get My Wheels  - (with Walter Egan)
1977 - Tunnel of Love - (with Walter Egan)
1978 - Magnet and steel - (with Walter Egan)
1978 - Finally Found a Girlfriend - (with Walter Egan)
1978 - The Blonde in the Blue T-Bird - (with Walter Egan)
1978 - Star in the Dust - (with Walter Egan)
1978 - Just the Wanting - (with Walter Egan)
1978 - Casablanca - (with Dane Donohue)
1978 - Whenever I call you friend - (with Kenny Loggins)
1978 - Hello It's Me (live version- (with Todd Rundgren)
1979 - Devil Wind - (with Bob Welch)
1979 - Gold - (with John Stewart)
1979 - Midnight Wind - (with John Stewart)
1981 - Insider (with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers)
1981 - You Can Still Change Your Mind (with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers)
1981 - If You Ever Did Believe - (with Louise Goffen)
1981 - Gold Dust Woman - (with Bob Welch and Friends)
1981 - Ebony Eyes - (with Bob Welch and Friends)
1981 - Rattlesnake Shake - (with Bob Welch and Friends)
1982 - Smiling Islands - (with Robbie Patton)
1984 - Cat Dancers - (with Sandy Stewart)
1984 - Get My Way - (with Sandy Stewart)
1984 - I Pretend - (with Sandy Stewart)
1985 - Needles and Pins - (with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers)
1987 - Silent Night - (A Very Special Christmas)
1987 - Life On The Train - (with Maria Vidal)
1989 - Can’t Get Enough – (with B.B. King)
1992 - Désirée - (with Rick Vito )
1992 - Intuition - (with Rick Vito)
1993 - Secret - (with Robin Zander)
1995 - The Apartment Song - (with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers)
1995 - Lay Down Your Arms - (with Ringo Starr)
1996 - Let Me Count The Ways - (with Dave Koss)
1999 - Gold Dust Woman - (with Shery Crow Live in Central Park)
1999 - Saviour - (with Jessie & The 8th Street Kidz)
2000 - Edge of Seventeen - (VH1 Storytellers)
2000 - Strong Enough - (with Shery Crow VH1 Storytellers)
2001 - Bootylicious - (with Destiny 's Child )
2001 - Silent Night - (A Very Special Christmas 5)
2002 - You're Not the One - (with Sheryl Crow )
2002 - C'mon C'mon - (with Sheryl Crow )
2004 - Santa Claus is coming to town - (with Chris Isaak )
2005 - Dreams - (with Deep Dish)
2007 - The One - (with Vanessa Carlton)
2015 - It doesn't matter to the Sun - (with Don Henley )
2016 - Southern Accents - (with Charles Kelley )
2017 - Beautiful People Beautiful Problems - (with Lana Del Rey )
2011 - Cheaper Than Free - (with Dave Stewart The Blackbird Diaries album)
2011 - Not Fade Away - (Listen to me Buddy Holly soundtrack)
2018 - Borrowed - (with LeAnn Rimes)
2019 - Prove Your Wrong - (with Sheryl Crow and Maren Morris)



Stevie Nicks - Live in Concert 1981
(Filmed in Los Angeles at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre, the concert originally aired on HBO in 1982 and was issued afterwards on VHS and Lazerdisc in 1983)

Musical Enchantress in her recent concert tour!

Stevie Nicks is an enchantress. Her songs, some of the biggest hits in recent rock history, are filled with passion and atmosphere. And like her music, she exudes a sensual, mystical charm.

White Wing Dove, her recent concert tour, truly captures this provocative performer in all her glory. Decked out in her billowing chiffon and flowing shawls, she seems to float around the stage. One moment she is bouncing to "Edge of Seventeen's" pulsating beat, next she is strutting to the spirited "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around." When the pace slows, as in the melodic "Sara" her face is etched in anguish, while her eyes moisten for a heartfelt intro to "Rhiannon."
White Wing Dove runs the gamut from Nicks' Fleetwood Mac songs to hits from her recent solo album, Bella Donna. It shows her off as the dynamic artist that she is, in a performance music critics are calling one of the best pop-rock shows in years.

01. Gold Dust Woman
02. Golden Braid
03. I Need To Know
04. Outside The Rain
05. Dreams
06. Stop Draggin' My Heart Around
07. Sara
08. Edge of Seventeen
09. Rhiannon

The live version of "Leather and Lace" from this show isn't included, but makes an appearance on the 1986 video compilation "I Can't Wait" (see below)

The Band:
Stevie Nicks - Vocals
Waddy Wachtel - Guitars, Vocals
Roy Bittan - Piano
Bob Glaub - Bass
Russ Kunkel - Drums
Benmont Tench - Organ, Synthesizers, Vocals
Bobbye Hall - Percussion, Vocals
Jimmy Iovine - Percussion
Sharon Celani - Background Vocals
Lori Perry - Background Vocals

Marty Callner - Director
Marty Callner - Producer
Irving Azoff - Executive Producer


Stevie Nicks - I Can't Wait
(Music Video Compilation - VHS released 1986 )

In the mid-70's, when Stevie Nicks joined the already popular Fleetwood Mac, her highly distinctive,
deeply sensual voice, and her intensely personal songs immediately helped propel the band to supergroup status. For her part in their immense popularity, she has emerged a major figure in contemporary music.

As of 1986, she has released three albums on her own and they all achieved platinum-record status. Each is distinguished by several huge hit singles and videos, and they have been collected here for the first time.

From "Bella Donna" comes her concert video of "Leather and Lace" and her haunting duet with Tom Petty on "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around."

Hits from "The Wild Heart" album are the defiant "Stand Back" and the sensually choreographed "If Anyone Falls."

From "Rock A Little," two hits are featured, "Talk to Me" and the title track video of "I Can't Wait." Both are stunning visual extensions of Stevie's compelling and truly unique mystique. In all of rock and roll, there is no one quite like Stevie Nicks. Now her solo video debut is here. And the wait is over.

All the videos (with the exception of "Leather and Lace") from the "I Can't Wait" compilation were issued on DVD and included with the CD/DVD collection "Crystal Visions... The Very Best of Stevie Nicks" released in 2007.




Airplane said...

Just attended the Fleetwood Mac concert in Ottawa. It was fabulous & I just wanted to thank the band for all the years of enjoyment. You guys are superb.

Airplane said...

Just saw Fleetwood Mac in concert at Ottawa. They were fabulous & I just wanted to thank the group for the many years of listening enjoyment. You guys are wonderful.

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