Heart was one of the first truly great bands out of the Seattle area. Sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson teamed up, using Nancy's considerable talent on the guitar (she slept with the guitar when she was young because she liked it so much) and Ann's powerful vocals.
Heart brought a new dimension to rock and roll, two sisters cranking out hard rock and roll. They grew their audience in the Seattle and Vancouver area and then appeared on the national scene with the release of their first album, 'Dreamboat Annie'. This album was a mix of several different muical style, which showcased their talent at songwriting.
Heart went on to produce a string of top selling albums, many of which are seen here. From these albums, an impressive list of hits gathered, including (not in any order):
Crazy on You
If Looks Could Kill
All I Wanna Do is Make Love To You
Who Will You Run To
What About Love
Dog and Butterfly
Nothin' At All
Will You Be There (in the Morning)
Trivia: listen closely to the lyrics in Barracuda, you will hear the message Ann and Nancy Wilson are sending to controlling recording industries as well as press media, after they had been victimized somewhat by both.
Join Heart, the revolutionary rock band fronted by sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson, as they bring passion and energy to an explosive 23-song set that touches on every era of their awe-inspiring career--from Dreamboat Annie’s “Magic Man” and “Crazy on You” to the ’80s hits “These Dreams” and “Alone.” Rounding out this definitive live performance are tracks from Heart’s album, Jupiter’s Darling, plus rare covers of Led Zeppelin’s “Misty Mountain Hop” and Elton John’s “Love Song.”
Song List: Bebe Le Strange, Fallen Ones, Make Me, Even It Up, Dog and Butterfly, Alone, Things, Love Alive, Enough, Barracuda, Black Dog, Misty Mountain Hop, Sand, Kick It Out, Straight On, Oldest Story In The World, Perfect Goodbye, These Dreams, The Battle of Evermore, Love Song, Lost Angel, Magic Man, Crazy On You.
70s Rock Bands recommends this video. The acoustic version of Alone by itself is worth the purchase price!