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Enchanted (1998) - Stevie Nicks

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Lindsey Buckingham, Buckingham Nicks, Ken(ny) Loggins, Stevie Nicks, Stevie Nicks, John Stewart

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Disc 1:
EnchantedLyrics availableFan interpretation available Tabs available
  Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 3:05
  Comments: Recorded at Record Plant, N.Y. Mixed at The Hit Factory, N.Y.
Outside The RainLyrics availableFan interpretation available
  Date Performance: 1981, Running Time: 4:17
After The Glitter FadesLyrics availableFan interpretation available
  Date Performance: 1981, Running Time: 3:27
  Comments: Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 32 Peak Dates: Jul 3, 1982 Weeks On Charts: 11
Wild HeartLyrics availableFan interpretation available
  Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 6:08
  Comments: Recorded at Goodnight Dallas. Mixed at Rumbo Recorders.
Leather And LaceLyrics availableFan interpretation available Tabs available Midi available
  Date Performance: 1981, Running Time: 3:55
  Comments: Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 6 Peak Dates: Jan 23, 1982 - Jan 30, 1982 - Feb 6, 1982 Weeks On Charts: 19
GarboLyrics availableFan interpretation available
  Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 3:28
Stand BackLyrics availableFan interpretation available Midi available
  Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 4:57
  Comments: (Remix) Recorded at Studio 55, L.A.
NightbirdLyrics availableFan interpretation available Midi available
  Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 4:59
  Comments: Recorded at Studio 33, L.A. Mixed at Rumbo Recorders. Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 33 Peak Dates: Jan 28, 1984 & Feb 4, 1984 Weeks On Charts: 11
Stop Draggin' My Heart AroundLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1981, Running Time: 4:02
  Comments: Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 3 Peak Dates: Sep 5, 1981 - Sep 12, 1981 - Sep 19, 1981 - Sep 26, 1981 - Oct 3, 1981 - Oct 10, 1981 Weeks On Charts: 21 Chart: Billboard UK Top 50/40 Singles Peak Position: 50 Peak Dates: Sep 5, 1981 Weeks On Charts: 1
Beauty And The BeastLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 6:05
  Comments: Recorded at A&R Recording, N.Y. Mixed at The Hit Factory, N.Y. Greg Edward(s) is not listed in the Timespace notes for his mixing work on this track though it appears to be the same version/mix
Kind Of WomanLyrics availableFan interpretation available
  Date Performance: 1981, Running Time: 3:08
If Anyone FallsLyrics availableFan interpretation available
  Date Performance: 1983, Running Time: 4:07
  Comments: Recorded at Record Plant, L.A. Mixed at Rumbo Recorders. Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 14 Peak Dates: Nov 5, 1983 Weeks On Charts: 14
One More Big Time Rock And Roll StarLyrics availableFan interpretation available
  Date Performance: 1985, Running Time: 4:23
  Comments: (Edit)
Blue DenimLyrics availableFan interpretation available
  Date Performance: 1994, Running Time: 4:10
  Comments: (Alternate Edit/Mix)
Bella DonnaLyrics availableFan interpretation available
  Date Performance: 1981, Running Time: 5:18
Disc 2:
Edge Of SeventeenLyrics availableFan interpretation available Tabs available Midi available
  Date Performance: 1981-07-27, Running Time: 5:57
  Comments: (Edit)
Street AngelLyrics availableFan interpretation available
  Date Performance: 1994, Running Time: 4:09
Rock A Little (Go Ahead Lily)Lyrics availableFan interpretation available
  Date Performance: 1985, Running Time: 3:39
  Comments: Recorded at Goodnight Dallas. Overdubs at: Village Recorder, Record One.
I Sing For The ThingsLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1985, Running Time: 3:45
  Comments: Recorded at Record Plant. Overdubs at: Studio 55.
Rooms On FireLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1989, Running Time: 4:30
  Comments: Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 16 Peak Dates: Jul 1, 1989 Weeks On Charts: 14 Chart: Billboard UK Top 50/40 Singles Peak Position: 16 Peak Dates: May 27, 1989 Weeks On Charts: 5
I Can't WaitLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1985, Running Time: 5:57
  Comments: (Extended Rock Mix (AKA Vocal Rock Mix)) Recorded at Art Department Sound. Overdubs at United Western, Sunset Sound, Village Records & Image Records. Mixed at Unique Recording Studios, NYC.
Two Kinds Of LoveLyrics availableFan interpretation available
  Date Performance: 1989, Running Time: 4:48
The HighwaymanLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1981, Running Time: 4:49
Rose GardenLyrics availableFan interpretation available
  Date Performance: 1994, Running Time: 4:27
Talk To MeLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1985, Running Time: 4:12
  Comments: Recorded at Super Bear Studios, Nice, France. Vocals recorded at Studio 55. Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 4 Peak Dates: Jan 25, 1986 & Feb 1, 1986 Weeks On Charts: 17 Maria Vidal is not listed for her background vocals contribution in the Timespace notes though it appears to be the same version/mix
DestinyLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1994, Running Time: 4:35
Ooh My LoveLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1989, Running Time: 5:02
  Comments: The liner notes in the CD edition of The Other Side Of The Mirror only list Lori Perry-Nicks for "Backing Vocals" though the liner notes of the "Enchanted" box lists both Sharon Celani & Lori for "Background Vocals" for this performance.
Desert AngelLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1991, Running Time: 5:22
Whole Lotta TroubleLyrics availableFan interpretation available
  Date Performance: 1989, Running Time: 4:31
  Comments: (Remix) Though this seems to be the same remix, the Enchanted notes state this was remixed by Chris Lord-Alge whereas the Timespace notes list that this was remixed by Tom Lord-Alge
Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For YouLyrics availableFan interpretation available Midi available
  Date Performance: 1985, Running Time: 4:35
  Comments: Recorded at Westlake Studios. Mixed at Record Plant/LA. Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 60 Peak Dates: May 31, 1986 & Jun 6, 1986 Weeks On Charts: 6
Disc 3:
TwistedLyrics availableFan interpretation available Tabs available
  Date Performance: 1996-03-10, Running Time: 3:28
  Comments: (Songwriting Demo) Additional recording: January 1998 (P) 1996 Stevie Nicks Courtesy of Reprise Records. Stevie Nicks: "When I was asked to do a song for the movie "TWISTER," I had my friend Rebecca read the script. She then gave me the "Reader's Digest" condensed version so I could decide whether to do it or not. As she explained it to me, I realized that this really was...MY...story. It was about people who had extreme jobs...like chasing tornados, or being in a rock band. Anyway, I really hand-crafted this song for the movie. Unfortunately, if you saw the movie, you missed the song...and you certainly missed my message. So I decided to give you the original demo. Recorded on a 4-track Tascam by my assistant extraordinaire. I was living in a beach house overlooking Sunset Boulevard and the Pacific Coast Highway, and beyond that, always...the ocean. When I decided to put this in the "box set," I called Jesse V. (just last week), and he put some "vibe" mandolin on it. I love this song. I hope this time...you will understand it."
Long Distance WinnerLyrics availableFan interpretation available
  Date Performance: 1973, Running Time: 4:50
Thousand DaysLyrics availableFan interpretation available
  Date Performance: 1994, Running Time: 5:15
Battle Of The DragonLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1985, Running Time: 5:13
GoldLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1979, Running Time: 4:26
  Comments: Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 5 Peak Dates: Aug 4, 1979 Weeks On Charts: 18
Free Fallin'Lyrics available
  Date Performance: 1996, Running Time: 5:37
It's LateLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1995-04-20, Running Time: 2:10
  Comments: (Demo Recording)
Violet And BlueLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1984, Running Time: 5:03
Whenever I Call You FriendLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1978, Running Time: 3:57
  Comments: Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 5 Peak Dates: Oct 28, 1978 & Nov 4, 1978 Weeks On Charts: 20
Sweet GirlLyrics availableFan interpretation available Tabs available
  Date Performance: 1997-03-00, Running Time: 4:31
  Comments: (Songwriting Demo)
Blue LampLyrics availableFan interpretation available Midi available
  Date Performance: 1981, Running Time: 3:48
Gold And BraidLyrics availableFan interpretation available
  Date Performance: 1981-07-27, Running Time: 4:09
Reconsider MeLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1985, Running Time: 3:25
  Comments: (Outtake from Rock A Little sessions) Don Henley appears courtesy of Geffen Records. Stevie Nicks: "Jimmy Iovine brought me this song, I think Jimmy and I were fighting, and for some reason... wasn't in a very "reconsider me" state of mind. I don't think Jimmy ever forgave me for not trusting his judgment......So, Jimmy, here it is, little one. Better late than never. And yes, Don Henley IS singing with me. (And Warren, thank you...)"
Somebody Stand By MeLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1995, Running Time: 5:06
  Comments: Recorded at Ocean Way Recording. Mixed at The Record Plant, Hollywood. Thanks to Brian Loucks, Jamie Young, Don Was, Ken Kushnick, Jane Oppenheimer, Judy Stakee, Brad Rosenberger and Rick Shoemaker. Special thanks to Sheryl Crow for not only writing a great song, but also for getting involved early and being the first to deliver.
Sleeping AngelLyrics availableFan interpretation available
  Date Performance: 1981, Running Time: 4:39
  Comments: Recorded by Studio 55, Los Angeles, California.
RhiannonLyrics availableFan interpretation available Tabs available Midi available
  Date Performance: 1998, Running Time: 6:39
  Comments: (Piano version) Stevie Nicks: With all the bootlegged piano demos of "Rhiannon" that are out there I decided to just go into a studio with a great grand piano, sit down, and play "Rhiannon" to you now, as she is today. I feel her wisdom is much evolved...and you will hear that in the piano, and in my voice. People say, "Do you really want to go through that again?" And all I can say is..."It is my pleasure..."")
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Jon Abramowitz, David Adelstein, Seymour Barab, Julien Barber, John Beal, Gene Bianco, Roy Bittan, George/Jorge Black, Ron Blair, Michael/Mike Botts, Richard Bowden, Carol(yn) Brooks, Lindsey Buckingham, Mike/Michael Campbell, David Campbell, Mike/Michael Campbell, Joey Carbone, Marvin Caruso, Sharon Celani, Matt Chamberlain, Jon Clarke, Larry Corbett, David Crosby, Harry Cykman, Vince Denham, Joel Derouin, Peter Dimitriades, Pat Donaldson, Dan Dugmore, Geoff Dugmore, Donald (Duck) Dunn, Regis Eandiorio, Kenny Edwards, Lewis Eley, Max Ellen, Bill Elliot(t), Howie Epstein, Andy Fairweather-Low(e), Don Felder, Brandon Fields, David Foster, Kenny G(orelick), Brian/Bryan Garo(falo), Paul Gershman, Bob Glaub, Harry Glickman, Mark Goldenberg, Steve (Golde) Goldstein, Gary Grant, Cat Gray, Adrian Gurvitz, (Ms.) Bobbye Hall, Mike/Michael Hamilton, George (M.) Hawkins(, Jr.), Don Henley, Jerry Hey, Rupert Hine, Gary (Hoppy) Hodges, Bruce Hornsby, James (Hutch) Hutchinson, Darryl Icard, Tris Imboden, Theodore Israel, John Barlow Jarvis, Glyn Johns, Ethan Johns, Vail Johnson, Davey Johnston(e), Phil Jones, Steve(n) Jordan, Charlie/Charles (Arthur) Judge (Doctor), David Kemper, Danny (Kootch) Kortchmar, Dave (David S.) Koz, Raymond Kunicki, Russ(ell) Kunkel, Stephen/Steve (The (Doc)tor) Kupka, Mike/Michael Landau, Bernie Leadon, Tony Levin, Jesse Levine, Jesse Levy, Steve Lukather, Stan Lynch, Stan Lynch, Jerry Marotta, Randall Marsh, Marilyn Martin, Chet (Charles) McCracken, Peter Michael, Tom (Monte X/Zuma) Moncrieff (Rude), David Monday/Munday, Marvin Morgenstern, Gary (Tolbert) Nicholson, Stevie Nicks, Rick/Richard Nowels, Al Ortiz, Dean Parks, Bill(y)/William Payne, Lori Perry-Nicks/Perry/Nicks, Tom Petty, Tom Petty, Greg Phillinganes, John Pintavalle, Prince (Rogers Nelson), Matthew Raimondi, Sara Recor (Fleetwood), Luis Resto, Mark/Marc Russo, Chas (Charles) Sandford, Jerry Obern Scheff, Jamie Sheriff, Brad Smith, Herbert Sorkin, Sandy Stewart, Roger Tausz, Ben(mont) (M.) Tench(, III), Ben(mont) (M.) Tench(, III), Lee Thornburg/Thornberg/Thomberg, Mary Torrey/Torrey-DeVito, Ron(nie) Tutt, Jesse Valenzuela, Gabe Veltri, Maria Vidal, Waddy (Robert) Wachtel, Ian Wallace, Joe Walsh, Patric(k) Warren, Ruth Waterman, Jaime West-Oram, David/Dave White, Barney Wilens, Larry (Lawrence Lowell) William(s), David B. Williams, Paul Winter, Harry Zaratzian, Frederick Zlotkin

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Domestic Vinyl/CD Album

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David Hernandez (Engineer), John Kovarek (Engineer), Chas (Charles) Sandford (Engineer), Shelly Yakus (Engineer), Dorsey Burnette (Songwriter), Mike/Michael Campbell (Songwriter), Mike/Michael Campbell (Songwriter), Sheryl Crow (Songwriter), Rupert Hine (Songwriter), John Barlow Jarvis (Songwriter), Ken(ny) Loggins (Songwriter), Jeff Lynne (Songwriter), Melissa Manchester (Songwriter), Gary (Tolbert) Nicholson (Songwriter), Stevie Nicks (Songwriter), Stevie Nicks (Songwriter), Stevie Nicks (Songwriter), Rick/Richard Nowels (Songwriter), Keith Olsen (Songwriter), Tom Petty (Songwriter), Tom Petty (Songwriter), Eric Pressl(e)y (Songwriter), Chas (Charles) Sandford (Songwriter), Sandy Stewart (Songwriter), John Stewart (Songwriter), Ben(mont) (M.) Tench(, III) (Songwriter), Todd Wolf(e) (Songwriter), Warren Zevon (Songwriter), Paul Cox (Photography), Christopher Nicks (Photography), Stevie Nicks (Photography), Bill Daras Paustenbach (Photography), Neal Preston (Photography), Cliff Watts (Photography), Herbert Wheeler Worthington, III (Photography), George/Jorge Black (Linn Programming), Christopher Nicks (Cover Concept), Christopher Nicks (Art Direction), Christopher Nicks (Design), Jamie Sheriff (Programming), Jamie Sheriff (EMU Programmer), Gabe Veltri (Vocal Overdubs Engineer), Steve/Stephen Hall (Compilation Mastering), Sara Recor (Fleetwood) (Logo Illustration), Woody Firm (Compilation Supervisor), Danny Goldberg (Liner Notes), Greg Edward(s) (Additional Engineering), Brian/Bryan Garo(falo) (Production Assistance), Mike/Michael Campbell (Produced By), Rupert Hine (Produced By), Jimmy Iovine (Produced By), Bob James (Produced By), Chris Lord-Alge (Produced By), Stevie Nicks (Produced By), Rick/Richard Nowels (Produced By), Keith Olsen (Produced By), Thom Panunzio (Produced By), Gordon Perry (Produced By), Tom Petty (Produced By), Tom Petty (Produced By), Chas (Charles) Sandford (Produced By), Andrew Slater (Produced By), John Stewart (Produced By), Don Was (Fagenson) (Produced By), Tom (Gorbo) Gondolf (Engineered By), Joe Jorgensen (Engineered By), Chris Lord-Alge (Engineered By), John Pace (Engineered By), Rik Pekkonen (Engineered By), Shelly Yakus (Engineered By), H(.)K(.) Management(, Inc.) (Management), Paul Dieter (Recorded By), Karen (Williams) Johnston (Recorded By), Kevin Killen (Recorded By), Chris Lord-Alge (Recorded By), Stephen W. Taylor/Tayler (Recorded By), Tom Lord-Alge (Remixed By), Chris Lord-Alge (Remixed By), Rail (Jon) Rogut (Additional Recording By), Hess Sutcliffe (Additional Recording By), Chuck Ainlay (Mixed By), Greg Edward(s) (Mixed By), Jimmy Iovine (Mixed By), John Kovarek (Mixed By), Chris Lord-Alge (Mixed By), Rick/Richard Nowels (Mixed By), Lori Perry-Nicks/Perry/Nicks (Mixed By), Chas (Charles) Sandford (Mixed By), Don Smith (Mixed By), Stephen W. Taylor/Tayler (Mixed By), Shelly Yakus (Mixed By), Paul Buckmaster (Strings Arranged By), Kenneth Whitfield (Strings Arranged By), David/Dave Bluefield (OBX-A Drum Machine Programmed By), George/Jorge Black (Arranged By), Rupert Hine (Arranged By), Rick/Richard Nowels (Arranged By), Gordon Perry (Arranged By), David Campbell (String Arrangement), Brian Pollack (Mixing Assisted By), John Barlow Jarvis (Drum Programming), Gary (Tolbert) Nicholson (Drum Programming), Stevie Nicks (Sequencing), Rail (Jon) Rogut (Engineering Assisted By), Mike Scotella (Engineering Assisted By), (Young) Dan Bosworth (Second Assistant (Engineer)), Jason Goldstein (Second Assistant (Engineer)), Brad Haennel (Second Assistant (Engineer)), Richard Huredia (Second Assistant (Engineer)), Paul Buckmaster (Strings Conducted By), Lindsey Buckingham (Producer At Large), Glyn Johns (Percussion Programming), Bob James (String Arrangements By), Jamie Sheriff (PPG Wave Programming), Gabe Veltri (Overdubs Engineer), Jamie Sheriff (Programmer), David/Dave Bluefield (DMX Drum Machine Programmed By), David/Dave Bluefield (DMX Drum Machine Programming)

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When you open my book and you get to the place where the writing stops and the pictures start...you will notice Jimmy Choo Top Handle Replica Bags
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that there are few words written over the photographs. Rather than put my perceptions on the photos, I would rother leave them open for your own interpretations. There are many photographs that you have never seen, and even I...haven't seen them in a very long time.

So we go to the other side of the mirror, my favorite place, once more, and I get to take my time, for the first time. A high price...for your luxury. And the woman may be awestruck, and the woman may truly care but the...woman is so tired that the...woman disappears...but not really, just short walks in the mists every once in a while...

It is hard picking songs off albums; it is like picking your favorite children...but I did my best. My choices seemed to have a flow so I hope I am right and that these are the songs that make you feel good.

There are some songs that went to movies, and were never heard from again...at least if you blinked, so here is your chance to hear them all the way through, and again, make up your own little movie. Maybe one of these songs may have an answer-in-waiting for you. I hope so -- you know I love that.

And then there are the songs that went on "b" sides in America, and the much more difficult to get... "b" sides that were NOT released in the United States, but went to Europe.

Sequencing all these songs was an interesting experience. I tried to create some kind of a "There is no time" vibe by going to the beginning and to the end and back -- like one intense recording session. You were there, you know how I feel. This is my heart. This is my work; it has been enchanting. I wouldn't change a thing.

And the days go by
Like a strand in the wind
In the web that is my own
I begin again...

I love you,

"Don't listen to her, listen through her."

No matter what else was happening, at some point in the day or night, Stevie Nicks would sit hunched over the piano, her tiny hand picking out chords and notes, singing the poetry she'd written hours or years before.

The first time I heard her play "Rhiannon" at the acoustic piano, I couldn't breathe. She was living in a pink Hollywood house on a street called El Contento. It was originally built for silent film star Vilma Banke. I was a press agent then. My clients included Bearsville Records, run by my friend Paul Fishkin, who was dating Stevie at that point.

It was 1978 and Fleetwood Mac's album "Rumours" was the best-sellinq album in the world. Stevie was not as big a deal in Fleetwood Mac as she was to those of us who hung on every note. She and Lindsey Buckingham had merely been the most recent of a series of new members added to the band. The band's label, Warner Bros., never even bothered to sign up the newcomers as "leaving members" in the event they ever derided to make solo records.

Stevie loved Fleetwood Mac. She loved singing with them, and she loved what being in the band had done to her life. (It wasn't that long ago she had to eke out a living as a waitress at Clementine's.) But she was frustrated by the band as well. Their decision to exclude "Silver Springs" from the "Rumours" album was the last straw. ("Silver Springs" was the first single from "The Dance" reunion album which debuted at #1 across the board twenty years later. This song also garnered a '97 Grammy nomination for best pop vocal performance!)

So Fishkin, Stevie and I formed Modern Records (she hated the name). The company's sole asset was a contract for her solo albums. There were meetings, lawyers and recriminations.

Stevie moved to a Tudor house on Doheny Drive. And still, she sat at the piano and filtered her outer life into the zone of mist and poetry from which her songs would emerge. In between the long stretches of recording "Tusk" with the Mac, Stevie would write and tape songs for those of us lucky enough to be in her circle of friends and colleagues. She made everyone feel special just by being there. No matter what your job was, Stevie treated you as an artist. She gave her friends pieces of gold jewelry in the shapes of crescent moons.

But beyond the singing, the rock stardom, and the fairy tale environment Stevie created, she sat at the piano and wrote. She would buy a blue lamp that fit into the fairy tale decor of her house and filter the image through her brain and turn it into a song. We all loved Cocteau's classic film, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, but she turned it into a musical masterpiece. Unlike many other songwriters, there were no esoteric books or rhyming dictionaries in Stevie's homes. She really just stared off into space and came up with the stuff herself...we basked in her glow.

A few record companies passed on Modern Records because they'd been told Stevie's solo stuff would be "artsy-craftsy," not muscular commercial music like Fleetwood Mac's. But one executive believed and took the plunge -- Doug Morris, recently ensconced as President of Atco, a division of Atlantic Records. One night I brought him to a demo studio where Stevie was recording yet more of her voluminous output. Doug leaned over to me, entranced but dearly worried about his investment, and said "You'd better get her a producer."

I only knew one record producer and luckily it was Jimmy Iovine who had just produced Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers' "Damn The Torpedos," and had produced Patti Smith's "Because The night," and engineered Bruce Springsteen's "Born To Run," all records that Stevie loved. Stevie had moved yet again, this time to a condo on the beach in Marina Del Ray. One night she played Jimmy some songs on her piano there and walked with him along the Pacific Ocean and "Bella Donna" was born.

Jimmy could appreciate the poetry and the melody -- and of course, THE VOICE, but he came from years of working at the Record Plant, New York's famed recording studio that had spawned a hundred hits. Jimmy did not want to wear a gold moon. When Stevie said to him, "You're very Rhiannon," Jimmy snapped back, "No I'm not!" What Stevie and Jimmy did share was the dream of having a hit album.

"Bella Donna," released in 1981, became a number one album and has sold eight million copies to date. Stevie became one of the few artists to maintain careers both as a member of a group, and as a suceessful solo artist.

It turned out that the melodies and poetry Stevie Nicks plucked from her subconscious, as she sat at the piano, inspired and moved a generation. There were no riot girls, no Madonna, no Spice Girls, no Lilith Fair in 1981. Later we would learn that artists Courtney Love and Sheryl Crow, and millions of teenage girls and women wanted to grow up to be like Stevie Nicks. Teenage boys and men, of course, wanted to meet someone just like her.

Over the years, countless people have asked me what Stevie Nicks is "really like," and I always say, with the biggest smile, "Exactly what you think."

"The feeling remains even after the glitter fades..."

Danny Goldberg,
New York, January 28th, 1998

No one heard her call his name
No one heard the sounds she made
He wouldn't have liked it much anyway
To know that she still loves him...

Has anyone ever written anything for you?
In all your darkest hours...
Did you ever hear me sing?

You love her
But you love your life alone as well
But do you know the road...
Or the reasons why...
If you lose her...
You'll be losing the chance to stay alive
The candle burns bright,
Then the candle dies

Why can't I do it this way?

Come on Jimmy, please...

I could make it worth your while...

Or not...

So tonight I fianlly met Kenny G.
He is as everyone has said to me...sort of a little angel...
This one night even be a priest of something

Be aware of the danger, as you cross the great water
Be careful of strangers that are new to your eyes
Be careful of people who look not straight at you...
The keeper of time is blind

To all the producers...with love, - Stevie

...as usual, I am sitting here in the beautiful bathroom...my sanctuary...
Through THE GOOD TIMES, and Through THE BAD TIMES,
and many of my favorite songs have been written right here in this very room, the famous ones...
the ones you hear on the radio...

And I,
Like some kind of
TIME/LIFE Edition...
Being the ONLY thing
That i really have to remember;
The great singers,
And great players...

Thank you...

Mom, Dad, Debbie Alsbury, Rebecca Alvarez, Brandon Anderson, Mathew Anderson, Kim Anderson, Robin Anderson, Ian Ashley, Irving Azoff, Val Azzoli, Cary Baggett, Richard Bates, Kim Brakeley, Carolyn Brooks, Barbara Buck, Lindsey Buckingham, Melinda Caffin, Michael Campbell, Doug Casper, Sharon Celani, Paul Cooper, Paul Cox, Pat Creed, David Crosby, Mary Torrey-DeVito, Antonio Di Fabrizio, Pasquale Di Fabrizio, Tony Dimitriades, Christi Ducos, Jose Eber, Liza Jane Edwards, Ahmet Ertegun, Andrea Farber, Don Felder, Woody Firm, Janis Fishkin, Sara Fleetwood, Larry Flick. Larry Freemantle, Kenny G, Vicky Germaise. Arline Gidion, Bob Glaub, Curry Grant, Bobbye Hall, John Hanssen, Don Henley, Rupert Hine, Bruce Hornsby, Brad Jeffries, Glyn Johns, Karen Johnston, Kelly Johnston, Davey Johnstone, Ginny Kamano, Howard Kaufman, Sherry Kaufman, Margi Kent, Dave Koz, John Krischker, Lance Krive, Russ Kunkell, Gerri Leonard, Chris Lord-Alge, Sheryl Louis, Keith Lyle, Lynn Mabry, Suzette Marlowe, Marilyn Martin, Ed McPherson, Rhonda Messersmith, Liz Mikre, Valerie Miller, Frank Montwill. Billy Moss, Murf, Kellianne Murphy, Christopher Nicks, Jessica Nicks, Lori Nicks, Rick Nowels, Keith Olsen, Mark Paladino, Thom Panunzio, Freddie Parrish, Glen Parrish, Catherine Peagler, Gordon Perry, Tom Petty, Marc Pincus, Chuck Plotkin, Neal Preston, Steve Real, Irwin Rennert, Anthony (Ribby) Ribustello, Hernan Rojas, Kate Rose, Liz Roseoberg, Chas Sandford, Mitch Schneider, Alex Scott, Ron Shapiro, Mitch & Tracy Shrier, Owen Sloane, Larry Solters, Johnny Starbuck, Sandy Stewart, Benmont Tench, Christie Thomason, Lee Trink, Richard Tyler, Kristina Valentine, Jesse Valenzuela, Beverlee Vance, Mardiros Vartanian, Linner Va Sol, Jimmy Wachtel, Waddy Wachtel, Don Was, Janet Weber, Jayme Wilson, Marilu Windvand, Wendy Woods, Herbert Worthington III, Elecisia Wright, Shelly Yakus, Jamie Young, Larry Zarr

To all the wonderful players, engineers and everyone who worked on these songs...and into the wee hours...

Thank you to the Eketra Entertainment Group, Sony Music, Inc., Reprise Records, Warner Brothers, and PolyGram Special Markets.

This music is dedicated to Jimmy Iovine, Paul Fishkin, Danny Goldberg, Doug Morris & Ahmet Ertegun. With love, Stevie

David Crosby courtesy of Atlantic Records

This compilation (P) (C) 1998 ATLANTIC RECORDING CORPORATION, a Time Warner Company
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New York, NY 10104

All Rights Reserved.

Lyrics reprinted by permission.

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Kicking up some gold dust with those platform boots...
Review written by Jon the Moonspinner, February 16th, 2010

The inclusion of a rocking live track, "Gold and Braid" (a song Stevie never recorded for an album proper), is reason enough to buy "Enchanted", which is otherwise burdened by album tracks we all love, but we all already have. Nice to get the soundtrack selections "Free Fallin'", "Battle of the Dragon", "Blue Lamp", a redo of "Twisted" (from "Twister"), "Sleeping Angel", and "Somebody Stand By Me" all on one pleasurable disc, but the other two discs are a messy collection of this 'n that.

Review written by NICK, August 16th, 2004


This one gets a grade of "Incomplete"
Review written by Zabe, August 16th, 2004

A friend of mine has this set, and I was checking out the track-listing to see whether I wanted a copy for myself. Looks like the hits are there. There appears to be a good number of b-sides and soundtrack songs here. Some decent album cuts (although why "Think About It" is missing is a baffling mystery) found their way onto this collection. And then there's the duets. On this package you get Tom Petty, Kenny Loggins, Don Henley, and John Stewart. But where, oh where is "I Pretend", the duet she performed with Sandy Stewart on Stewart's "Cat Dancer" album? This glaring omission is the one reason I will never purchase "Enchanted".

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  • American Billboard Charts: Hit #85 in May, 1998
  • RIAA Certification: April 7, 1999 (Gold, 500,000 copies)
  • Selections From The Enchanted Works Of Stevie Nicks was also released.

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    Discography entry submitted by Marty Adelson.