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It began with Fields of Gold and ended with Over the Rainbow, tracks that people only had to hear once. In between were eight other classic performances that also showcased Eva Cassidy's extraordinarily versatile voice and exquisite taste: in choice of songs; impeccable arrangements and her incredible ability to re-imagine a familiar song and make it her personal property. People Magazine wrote at the time: "Whether in jazz, folk, or inspirational music, Cassidy's potential was huge, and this album stands as a testament to popular music's loss. Two years later, as drew to a close, National Public Radio featured Eva Cassidy on its "Morning Edition" news program and, almost simultaneously over in England, a grainy video of Cassidy performing Over the Rainbow from the Blues Alley concert aired on the British television program Top of the Pops2 on BBC2, and it was re-broadcast in January, following a wave of phone calls, emails and letters from viewers. ABC News Nightline ran a full half hour piece that has been rebroadcast numerous times in the ensuing years, making it one of, if not the most popular program in the history of Nightline.
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It first appeared on the album Rumours and was released as the B-side of the single " Dreams ". It is one of four songs written solely by Christine McVie on the album. She would frequently sing the song at concerts. The song came to McVie as the band was finishing up a recording session at the Sausalito Record Plant. To ensure she did not forget the chord structure and melody, she remained awake the entire night.