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This song is one that I wrote a few years back, and it was written about Stevie, as many of my songs are. So as we move into the new year, a new way of thinking, a new set of possibilities; I’m going to dedicate this song to this beautiful lady that I have known since I was about sixteen years old. This is for Stevie.

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Violent Soho performing at Splendour In The Grass, 2014.
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plonktastic:

Debbie Harry is hotter than me and she’s 69.

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Good stuff.

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nwi-talent:

Pete Townshend = Mod Swag.

nwi-talent:

Pete Townshend = Mod Swag.

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@soundcity73 said: Javier was not aware of it because it is a bootleg. Details are in this thread:ledge.fleetwoodmac.net/…

Thanks for clarifying things. I assumed that was the case.

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I wish I was still this cute…

I wish I was still this cute…

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Sincerely, San Jose (aka Fritz) 
A-side: What The World Needs Now
B-side: You Don’t Get Young Anymore

This is a heretofore unknown, previously undocumented 45 release by the Bay Area group Fritz, containing Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks in their first commercially-released recordings, though credited for some unknown reason to the name Sincerely, San Jose. It features two of three songs recorded in a 1968 demo session at a San Mateo, CA studio, and both feature lead vocals by Buckingham (with Stevie clearly audible in the harmonies, especially on the B-side where she stands out a bit more in the vocal blend). The A-side is a nice rock cover of the Burt Bacharach standard (though check out the “Bacharock” spelling on the label!), while the B-side is a very cool late 60’s garage pop track written by Fritz keyboardist Javier Pacheco and with alternating fast and slow sections (not to mention some fine guitar, bass, and keyboard playing). Lindsey is probably playing bass on here, though some of the guitar work on the slow sections sounds like his work as well). Javier Pacheco was unaware of any Fritz recordings having been released, but the proof to the contrary is right here. How did the small Bay Area label get the songs, and why were they issued under this name? Whatever the reason, the name has allowed this single to slip under the radar for some 35 years without being discovered.

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