Stevie Nicks - Live In Concert (White Winged Dove Tour 1982)

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1. Gold Dust Woman
2. Gold And Braid
3. I Need to Know
4. Dreams
5. Stop Draggin' My Heart Around
6. Sara
7. Edge of Seventeen
8. Outside the Rain
9. Rhiannon

Stevie Nicks underwent a short national tour in support of the album Bella Donna, starting on November 28, 1981 and finishing on December 13, 1981. The final night at The Wilshire Fox Theatre in Beverly Hills was recorded by HBO for a television special and later released on VHS and Laser Disc video in many territories by CBS/Fox in 1982 as White Wing Dove – Stevie Nicks in Concert. The whole show was recorded, but only 9 tracks ("Gold Dust Woman", "Gold And Braid", "I Need to Know", an edited "Outside The Rain", "Dreams", "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around", "Sara", "Edge of Seventeen" and "Rhiannon") were shown on the TV special and released to video. On the 2016 Bella Donna Deluxe Edition, 14 tracks from the show were remastered and released (Disc 3). Previously, only two tracks ("Edge of Seventeen" and "Gold And Braid") were found on the 1998 boxset The Enchanted Works of Stevie Nicks. "Blue Lamp" and "Think About It" were recorded and received audio broadcast on radio but were not televised, and as such have never been officially released.

The live performance of "Leather And Lace" was, however, used as a video promo for the single release (even though it was a solo version and did not feature Don Henley), and did surface on the 1986 VHS collection I Can't Wait, which featured six of Nicks' promo-clips between 1981 and 1985. These six promos were released on DVD as a special feature to the Australian issue of Fleetwood Mac – Mirage Tour in 2007.

Nicks' 2007 retrospective Crystal Visions – The Very Best of Stevie Nicks included the full live 1981 clip of "Edge of Seventeen" on the DVD supplement, with optional commentary from Nicks. She admits that her tears at the end of the song were due to her thoughts of having to join Fleetwood Mac in France the following day to begin recording the Mirage
album, one of the key reasons why the 1981 tour was so short.

The White Wing Dove performance remains unreleased in its entirety, although it has been circulating for many years amongst fans as a bootleg.
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