Stevie Nicks wrote the video for "Stand Back," but it was a mess to make and she hated it. In the clip, she plays an antebellum damsel who is visited by the ghost of her ex-lover. None of it makes much sense, but not many videos from this time period did.
Nicks nixed it, shooting a performance piece instead that became the official video. The original, complete with her pithy commentary, seems to have been purged from the web.
Daniel from Malaga, SpainI love this song so much, I found it when I was listening the radio in the am in my country, Spain, but I was listening a lot of music from the USA because I am going to live there some months. I love the music video with a storyboard inspired on the Civil War, Scarlett, etc. Yesss, stevie rocks, I love "I can't wait", "edge of seventeen", "rooms on fire", "if you ever did believe" and many more.
Tony from South Philly, PaStevie and Grace Slick are the best of the Women who can Rock!!!!
John# from Melbourne, AustraliaAwesome song! It sounds nice when you see the Stevie Nicks rego plates on my car :-)
Riff45 from Wilson, NcThis is one of my favorite songs/singer. It helps me when I need help. I'm kookie.
Kayla from Winnipeg, MbThis is my favourite song! I LOVE it! I listen to it every single day and when I don't listen to it, I am usually singing it! Again, love love love this song!
Scott from Kings Park, NyI love the song, but if you read the lyrics they don't make sense...but somehow it all works....
Vincent from Winnipeg, CanadaI found this song by accident through a remix of Dave Aude. I just love it now. This song was very well put together!
Rob from Wilkes-barre, Payes she is amazing, I wish artists more true artists like her were out there
Ben from Hillsborough, Njnice, nice song. very well put together.
Tyson from Green's Fork, IlStevie ROCKS!!!
L. Buckingham, Calif.
Sara Mackenzie from Middle Of Nowhere, Fli LOVE this song!!!!!!! (no comments on this song?! come on, it's an awesome song, very upbeat and personal!) =)
Phil Oakey recorded his vocals for "Don't You Want Me" in the studio bathroom. The recording was disrupted by guitarist Jo Callis reaching through an open window from outside to repeatedly flush one of the toilets.
Angus Young created the distinctive opening guitar part for "Thuderstruck" by playing with all the strings taped up, except the B. He learned the studio trick from his older brother George Young, who was the rhythm guitarist for The Easybeats.