Buckingham has also suggested a tour in support of the collection could be something the two may be interested in.
Moncrieff and Hodges, from the original Buckingham Nicks touring band have also expressed interest.
By the time "" was released in 1987, Buckingham had already made two solo albums and had given up much of the material for what would have been his third solo album for the project, including "Big Love", "Tango in the Night", "Family Man", "You and I", and "Caroline".
On several of these tracks Buckingham played every instrument ) the "love grunts" on the track were sung by Stevie Nicks.
Buckingham was stricken with a case of "mono" () and his illness forced Nicks to begin waiting tables and cleaning houses to support the couple, while allowing him the free time to master his guitar techniques.
Buckingham Nicks Buckingham and Nicks recorded seven demos in 1972 on an analog 4-track.
Despite the record company misstep, "Buckingham Nicks" has been championed by rock critics since its release.After a large world tour that ended in 1980, the band took a year long hiatus before reconvening to record their next album "Mirage", a more pop-friendly work that returned the band to the top of the US album chart.However, by this time various members of the band were enjoying success as solo artists (particularly Nicks) and it would be five years before the release of the next Fleetwood Mac album.It was during this time that Buckingham moved in with record company secretary and aspiring model, Carol Ann Harris, with whom he lived until 1984.Though by most standards a hit, "Tusk" failed to come anywhere close to what "Rumours" had done.
Fleetwood Mac While checking out the Sound City recording studio in California, heard the song "Frozen Love" from the "Buckingham Nicks" album.