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Timespace: The Best of Stevie Nicks
     

Timespace: The Best of Stevie Nicks

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by Stevie Nicks
 

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With material produced by names such as Jon Bon Jovi, Danny Kortchmar, and Jimmy Iovine, Stevie Nicks' solo work singled her out as a prominent artist outside of her glory days with Fleetwood Mac. With a remarkable 11 Top 40 singles that spawned

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With material produced by names such as Jon Bon Jovi, Danny Kortchmar, and Jimmy Iovine, Stevie Nicks' solo work singled her out as a prominent artist outside of her glory days with Fleetwood Mac. With a remarkable 11 Top 40 singles that spawned from only four solo albums, not including 1994's Street Angel, Nicks proved that her sometimes fragile, sometimes pleasingly sharp voice could stand up well without the backing of Lindsay Buckingham's revered guitar work. Timespace groups together her biggest songs and makes for a favorable compilation of her material. Only a few of her charted singles are left off Timespace, like 1982's "After the Glitter Fades" and "Needles and Pins," the other duet with Tom Petty. The beautiful "Leather and Lace," sung with Don Henley from her first album Bella Donna, is an obvious inclusion here, as is her highest charting single "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around," taken from the same debut release. Nicks' surging vocal range thunders through "Stand Back," and even more so alongside the guitar thrust of "Edge of Seventeen," her most rock-induced single. Timespace captures the softer side of Nicks as well, best heard within the lushness of "Beauty and the Beast" and the wholehearted approach put forth on "Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You." Capped off with her last big hit of the '80s in "Rooms on Fire" from the otherwise substandard The Other Side of the Mirror, this compilation is a splendid representation of her lone material.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/03/1991
Label:
Atlantic
UPC:
0075679171122
catalogNumber:
91711
Rank:
11937

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Stevie Nicks   Primary Artist,Percussion,Vocals
Jon Bon Jovi   Guitar
Don Henley   Vocals
Tom Petty   Guitar,Vocals
Barney Wilen   Saxophone
Rupert Hine   Percussion,Keyboards
Marilyn Martin   Background Vocals
Sandy Stewart   Synthesizer
Mike Campbell   Bass,Guitar,Keyboards,Slide Guitar
Maria Vidal   Background Vocals
Bobbye Hall   Percussion
Benmont Tench   Organ,Piano
Roy Bittan   Synthesizer,Piano
George Black   Bass,Guitar,Background Vocals
Carol Brooks   Background Vocals
Robbie Buchanan   Synthesizer
Marvin Caruso   Drums
Sharon Celani   Background Vocals
Geoff Dugmore   Drums
Donald "Duck" Dunn   Bass
Denny Fongheiser   Drums
Bob Glaub   Bass
Gary Grant   Horn,Brass
Dave Harte   Tambourine
Jerry Hey   Horn,Brass
Vail Johnson   Bass
Phil Jones   Percussion
Charles Judge   Synthesizer,Piano
David Kemper   Percussion
Danny Kortchmar   Electric Guitar
Russ Kunkel   Overdubs,drum overdubs
L.A. Horns   Horn,Brass
Michael Landau   Guitar
Tony Levin   Stick Bass
Roger Love   Background Vocals
Steve Lukather   Guitar
Stan Lynch   Drums
Jerry Marotta   Drums
Bret Michaels   Guitar,Vocals,Background Vocals,12-string Guitar
Lori Perry   Background Vocals
Rick Nowels   Synthesizer,Guitar,Background Vocals
Greg Phillinganes   Timpani
Marc Russo   Horn,Brass
Chas Sandford   Synthesizer,Bass,Drums,Electric Guitar,12-string Guitar
Pat Schunk   Acoustic Guitar,Bass,Electric Guitar,Keyboards
Tico Torres   Drums
Vidal   Background Vocals
Waddy Wachtel   Guitar,Electric Guitar
Ian Wallace   Percussion
Jamie West-Oram   Guitar
David Williams   Guitar
Randy Jackson   Bass
Barney Wilens   Saxophone

Technical Credits

Jon Bon Jovi   Composer,Producer
Stevie Nicks   Composer,Producer
Tom Petty   Composer,Producer
Elvis Presley   Composer
Prince   Composer
Billy Falcon   Composer
Rupert Hine   Producer
Sandy Stewart   Composer
Mike Campbell   Composer,Producer
Chris Lord-Alge   Producer
George Black   Programming
David Bluefield   Programming,drum machine
Robbie Buchanan   Programming
Jimmy Iovine   Producer
Rob Jacobs   Engineer
Danny Kortchmar   Producer
John Kovarek   Engineer
Tony Levin   Contributor
Lord-Alge   Producer,Engineer
Bret Michaels   Composer,Producer
Rick Nowels   Composer,Producer
Keith Olsen   Composer
Tom Rothrock   Engineer
Chas Sandford   Composer,Producer,Engineer,drum machine
Charles Sanford   Producer
Rob Schnapf   Engineer
Pat Schunk   Composer
Jamie Sheriff   Programming,Wavestation
Stephen W. Tayler   Engineer
Gabe Veltri   Engineer
Vidal   Contributor
Shelly Yakus   Engineer
Jimmy Wachtel   Art Direction
Margo Chase   Logo Design

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Timespace: The Best of Stevie Nicks 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I LOVE Stevie Nicks! "Edge of Seventeen" is great!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a phenomenal album. It really shows the Stevie Nicks that everybody loves. Her unique voice invigorates the soul, and this album is full of her best, most aesthetically-pleasing work.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is my favorite CD. She is so awesome! I can listen to this over and over again! Way to go Stevie:)
Guest More than 1 year ago
There are only a couple of things that dissapoint me about this "Greatest Hits" compilation. The main thing is the fact that the tracks are in no particular order. "Edge of Seventeen" should have been the opening track. It was not necessary at all for Stevie to make "Sometimes It's a B***h", unless she had a reason to. Still, all her best hits are all here, but there should be another Stevie Nicks compilation out there.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album of Stevie's best hits is as best as Bella Donna and The Wild Heart. Stevie has been my favorite for 5 years and I was only 14 when I started getting into Fleetwood Mac. I'll keep listening.
Guest More than 1 year ago
To anyone who loves Stevie Nicks, this album takes on a magic all its own...
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a very good place to start your collection...it has a little bit of each CD & 3 new songs which are different, but good. Buy this first, even though the other CDs are not just like the songs representing them.
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