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Fleetwood Mac - Sara



Type of Spiritual Experience


Lyndsey Buckingham was able to convince Fleetwood to allow his work on their next album to be more experimental and to work on tracks at home, then bring them to the band in the studio. The result of this was the quirky 20-track double album, Tusk, released in 1979. It spawned three hit singles;

  • Lindsey Buckingham's "Tusk" (U.S. No. 8), which featured the USC Trojan Marching Band;
  • Christine McVie's "Think About Me" (U.S. No. 20); and
  • Stevie Nicks' 6½ minute opus "Sara" (U.S. No. 7).

The last of those three was cut to 4½ minutes for both the hit single and the first CD-release of the album, but the unedited version has since been restored on the 1988 Greatest Hits compilation, the 2004 reissue of Tusk and Fleetwood Mac's 2002 release of The Very Best of Fleetwood Mac.

Now here we have the tabloid take on what fuelled this creativity:

Daily Mail -  May 18th 2016

Before Stevie Nicks checked herself into rehab in 1986, she had snorted so much cocaine it tore a hole through her nose.
'All of us were drug addicts,' the 66-year-old rock icon admitted in the new Rolling Stone on newsstands Friday.
'But there was a point where I was the worst drug addict...I was a girl, I was fragile, and I was doing a lot of coke. And I had that hole in my nose. So it was dangerous.'
In those days, Nicks' friend Tom Petty would frequently urge her to get help for her addiction.
'I was very worried about her. To the point that if the phone did ring and they said, "Stevie died," I wouldn't have been surprised,' the 64-year-old rocker said. 
Stevie - born Stephanie - first tried the stimulant in 1973 and eventually did a 30-day stint at the Betty Ford Center.
The facility has treated countless celebs, including Elizabeth Taylor, Drew Barrymore, Anna Nicole Smith, Lindsay Lohan, Keith Urban, David Hasselhoff, Robert Downey Jr., and Richard Pryor.
During her treatment for blow and booze - the Grammy winner penned the song Welcome To The Room... Sara
A psychiatrist prescribed the tranquilizer Klonopin to the Starshine songstress, which led to an eight-year dependency.
Nicks kicked the sedative out of her system following a 47-day detox in a hospital in 1994 - but she still smokes marijuana.

But why did she take all these drugs?  She was already a creative little soul, she didn't need drugs to be creative.  And here is the actual reason - Grief, overwhelming grief...

From Patheos - hosting conversations on faith

Classic rocker Stevie Nicks from Fleetwood Mac made news years ago when she admitted she’d had a total of 4 abortions.  (h/t Mitchell Epner)
In a pretty depressing article from 1992, Stevie talked about how much she regrets taking those children out of her life:

"To give up four babies is to give up a lot that would be here now. So that bothers me, a lot, and really breaks my heart. But they’re gone, so…  I couldn’t have them because I was too busy. And I had all these commitments.... "

She actually wanted children, but always let her career get in the way. By 2011, she’d convinced herself that she was better off with her “freedom.”.   It just makes me so sad… She obviously missed out on a lot of joy by not letting those children live. She made lots of mistakes just looking for happiness, and adding abortion to the list just increased her pain.

Sara is about the child she conceived with Eagles frontman Don Henley, then aborted. Henley said more than 20 years ago that  Sara, was about the baby they never saw.

“I believe, to the best of my knowledge, [that Nicks] became pregnant by me. And she named the kid Sara, and she had an abortion – and then wrote the song of the same name to the spirit of the aborted baby,” he told GQ magazine in 1991.


A description of the experience

Fleetwood Mac - Sara

Wait a minute, baby.
Stay with me awhile
Said you'd give me light
But you never told me about the fire

Drowning in the sea of love
Where everyone would love to drown
But now it's gone
It doesn't matter what for
When you build your house
Then call me home

And he was just like a great dark wing
Within the wings of a storm
I think I had met my match
He was singing
And undoing
And undoing the laces
Undoing the laces

Said, Sara
You're the poet in my heart
Never change
Never stop
But now it's gone
It doesn't matter what for
But when you build your house
Then call me home

Hold on
The night is coming and the starling flew for days
I'd stay home at night all the time
I'd go anywhere, anywhere, anywhere
Ask me and I'm there
Ask me and I'm there, I care

In the sea of love
Where everyone would love to drown
But now it's gone
They say it doesn't matter anymore
If you build your house
Then, please, call me home

You're the poet in my heart
Never change
And don't you ever stop
Now it's gone,
No, it doesn't matter anymore
When you build your house
I'll come by


(There's a heartbeat
And it never really died, it never, never really died)
Oh Sara,
Would you swallow all your pride
Would you speak a little louder
Singing, all I ever wanted

The source of the experience

Fleetwood Mac

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