Trouble (Lindsey Buckingham song)
|Single by Lindsey Buckingham|
|from the album Law and Order|
|B-side||"That's How We Do It in L.A."|
|Format||7" single, ("12 extended), ("30 extended version) - (7:56)|
|Lindsey Buckingham singles chronology|
"Trouble" was the only song on the album that Buckingham didn't play bass or drums on; his Fleetwood Mac bandmate Mick Fleetwood was brought in to do the drums. Things didn't work out very well in the recording session, and a taped loop of the drum track, about four-seconds long, was used over and over for the song. The song is sung in a light falsetto.
The distinctive music video for "Trouble" features a multi-instrumental "big-band" of male musicians (five as guitarists and one bassist, besides Buckingham, and six as drummers, including Mick Fleetwood). Walter Egan also appears in the music video as the second guitarist from the front. The video also includes Bob Welch, Dwight Twilley, Jimmy Iovine, and Andy Ward (the drummer from Camel).
The song appears in the film Just One of the Guys during the blind date.
- Madness Fades - Lindsey Buckingham, In His Words
- Rice, Tim; Rice, Jonathan; Gambaccini, Paul (1990), Guinness Book of British Hit Singles & Albums, Enfield, Middlesex: Guinness World Records and Guinness Publishing, ISBN 0-85112-398-8
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