EW: You have one song on the boxed set from the "Buckingham/Nicks" album you and Lindsey did as a duo before Fleetwood Mac, which is long out of print and, as I'm sure you know, always the most-requested album any time anyone makes a list of the stuff that's never yet come out on CD. Is it you or Lindsey who wants that album not to be reissued?
Nicks: Lindsey. But through the Fleetwood Mac tour, he said that he wants it to go on CD now, so we'll see. See, he owns half, I own half. So he can't do anything on that record without me and vice versa. So as soon as he says it's okay, it will be done, because I've been saying I thought it would be a great idea for a long time. The song "Long-Distance Winner," I picked (for the boxed set) because it's kind of a strange, Greek, rock & roll song from my past that we could do on stage. And we're gonna do it in the set [on the summer solo tour].
EW: Watching you and Lindsey Buckingham sing ”Silver Springs,” fans liked to suppose there was old anger surfacing.
NICKS: Oh, yeah. It’s hard to sing those words without getting into what you’re saying a little bit. [But] Lindsey and I can have that very dramatic, Hepburn/Tracy thing that goes on onstage between us, and it doesn’t come off the stage now. Or at least it hasn’t yet. So maybe we’re actually fighting through some of our former problems by singing ”Silver Springs” to each other every night. I think Lindsey and I are better friends now than we’ve ever been.