Sandford also plays most of the instruments on "Talk to Me". The song was brought to the attention of Nicks by its producer Jimmy Iovine"who was always on the hunt for a hit song.
Jim Keltner was in the studio next door doing some drum overdubs during the recording process. After Nicks explained her dilemma, Keltner gave her some words of encouragement and offered to stay with her and be her audience.
Nicks sang the song twice during the session and then it was finished. Music video[ edit ] The promotional music video shows Nicks performing the song direct to camera in a variety of different sets in what looks like a grand house.
One of the sets talktomr a long white room that looks like an art gallery and has three steps in the middle which Nicks, her backing singers Sharon Celani and Lori Perry, and two male dancers, all perform choreographed dance steps together in formation. Nicks' brother, Christopher, features in the video playing the saxophone.
Live performances[ edit ] "Talk to Me" made its live debut on the Rock a Little world tour in Single release formats[ edit ] "Talk to Me" was released as a 7-inch vinyl in many territories in the picture sleeve featured above, with "One More Big Time Rock and Roll Star" as its chhat B-side. Promo 7-inch singles with picture sleeve were also released in some countries, including the U.
Picture sleeves varied country by country in its European 7" release, with Spain and Germany using sleeves which featured the artist name and title but no photograph, and the UK using a picture sleeve which featured the black-and-white photograph talkgome Nicks which was used for the back cover of the Rock a Little LP sleeve. The single peaked at 68 in the UK. A inch promo was released in the U.