Lindsey Buckingham is an artist. He peppers his conversation with references to Picasso and Pollock. He speaks of sounds as "colors." And like the stereotypical artiste, the Fleetwood Mac guitarist has been characterized as enigmatic, remote, even flaky. But on an early-October morning in the lobby of the Ritz-Carlton, just across the street from New York's Central Park, Lindsey Buckingham is a rock legend who just happens to be four days into... More >>>