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Heart

Sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson are the creative spark behind Heart, a hard rock group who initially found success in the mid-'70s only to reach greater heights after engineering a major comeback a decade later. The daughters of a Marine Corps captain, Ann (born June 19, 1950) and Nancy (born March 16, 1954) grew up in both Southern California and Taiwan before the Wilson family settled in Seattle, Washington. Throughout their formative years, both were interested in folk and pop music; while Ann never took any formal music lessons as a child (she later learned to play several instruments), Nancy took up guitar and flute. After both sisters spent some time at college, they decided to try their hand as professional musicians, and while Nancy began performing as a folksinger, Ann joined the all-male vocal group Heart.

Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Heart was actually formed in 1963 by bassist Steve Fossen and brothers Roger Fisher and Mike Fisher; initially dubbed the Army, they later became White Heart before settling on simply Heart at the beginning of the '70s. After her arrival in the group, Ann became romantically involved with guitarist Mike Fisher; when Nancy joined in 1974, she in turn began a relationship with guitarist Roger Fisher. Soon after Nancy's arrival, Mike Fisher retired from active performing to become the band's sound engineer. After gaining a following in Vancouver, Heart was approached by Shelly Siegel, the owner of the Canadian label Mushroom and, augmented by keyboardist Howard Leese and drummer Michael Derosier, they recorded their debut album, Dreamboat Annie, in 1975.

After selling more than 30,000 copies north of the border, Mushroom issued the LP in the U.S., where it quickly achieved platinum status on the strength of the hit singles "Crazy On You" and "Magic Man." In 1977, Heart jumped ship to the CBS affiliate Portrait, resulting in a protracted legal battle with Siegel, who in 1978 released the unfinished LP Magazine on Mushroom shortly after the band issued its true follow-up, Little Queen, on Portrait. The single "Barracuda" was another massive hit, and like its predecessor, Little Queen sold over a million copies.

After 1978's Dog & Butterfly, both of the Wilson/Fisher romances ended and Roger Fisher left the group. In 1980, Heart issued Bebe le Strange; following a lengthy U.S. tour, both Fossen and Derosier exited and were replaced by ex-Spirit and Firefall bassist Mark Andes and former Gamma drummer Denny Carmassi. After 1982's Private Audition and 1983's Passionworks slumped, the group was largely written off by industry watchers, and moved to Capitol Records.

In 1985, however, Heart emerged with a self-titled effort that ultimately sold more than five million copies on its way to launching four Top Ten hits: "What About Love?," "Never," the chart-topping "These Dreams," and "Nothin' at All." 1987's Bad Animals continued their comeback success; "Alone" was another number one hit, and both "Who Will You Run To" and "There's the Girl" achieved considerable airplay as well. Brigade, issued in 1990, featured the number two smash "All I Want to Do Is Make Love to You," as well as the Top 25 hits "I Didn't Want to Need You" and "Stranded." In the early '90s, the Wilson sisters took a brief hiatus from Heart to form the Lovemongers, an acoustic quartet fleshed out by Sue Ennis and Frank Cox; in 1992, they issued a four-song EP that included a cover of Led Zeppelin's "The Battle of Evermore." Heart returned in 1993 with Desire Walks On, on which Andes and Carmassi were replaced with bassist Fernando Saunders and drummer Denny Fongheiser. With 1995's The Road Home, Heart enlisted onetime Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones to produce a live acoustic set, reprising hits like "Dreamboat Annie," "Crazy On You," and "Barracuda."

Heart was on hiatus by the late '90s, as the Wilson sisters concentrated on the Lovemongers, issuing a pair of albums: 1997's Whirlygig and 1998's Here Is Christmas. But Heart wasn't completely silent: they were the subject of one of the better episodes of VH1's Behind the Music; a pair of best-of sets were issued (1998's Greatest Hits covered their early classics, while their later years were spotlighted on 2000's Greatest Hits: 1985-1995), and their music continued to pop up in movie soundtracks (2000's The Virgin Suicides, among others). In 1999, Nancy released her first solo album, Live at McCabe's Guitar Shop, and a year later penned the score to her husband Cameron Crowe's hit motion picture Almost Famous, while Ann continued to play with others -- in the summer of 2001, she participated in the A Walk Down Abbey Road: A Tribute to the Beatles tour, which also featured Todd Rundgren, John Entwistle (the Who), and Alan Parsons (the Alan Parsons Project). Heart returned to active recording for Jupiters Darling, released on Sovereign Artists in 2004, and issued Dreamboat Annie Live (a live performance of tracks from the band's debut album, recorded in Los Angeles in 2007) three years later. Red Velvet Car, an all-new collection of original material, was released in August 2010.

Heart picked up the pace in 2012. In June, Legacy released the retrospective box set, Strange Euphoria. In September, the Wilson sisters' became authors with the publication of their memoir, Kicking and Dreaming: A Story of Heart, Soul, and Rock & Roll. Capping off the year was Fanatic, a collection of all-new studio material that appeared in October. A seasonal Christmas album, Home for the Holidays, appeared in 2014. ~ Jason Ankeny & Greg Prato
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Fanatic Live From Caesars Colosseum

Disc 1

1. Fanatic (Live)

2. Heartless (Live)

3. What About Love (Live)

4. Mashallah! (Live)

5. Even It Up (Live)

6. 59 Crunch (Live)

7. Straight On (Live)

8. Dog & Butterfly (Live)

9. Walking Good (Live)

10. These Dreams (Live)

11. Alone (Live)

12. Dear Old America (Live)

13. Crazy On You (Live)

14. Barracuda (Live)

Disc 2
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Track List: Fanatic

1. Fanatic

2. Dear Old America

3. Walkin' Good

4. Skin And Bones

5. A Million Miles

6. Pennsylvania

7. Mashallah!

8. Rock Deep (Vancouver)

9. 59 Crunch

10. Corduroy Road

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Track List: The Essential Heart

Disc 1

1. Crazy On You

2. Magic Man

3. Dreamboat Annie (Reprise)

4. Barracuda

5. Little Queen

6. Kick It Out

7. Love Alive

8. Heartless

9. Straight On

10. Dog & Butterfly

11. Silver Wheels

12. Even It Up

14. Tell It Like It Is

16. This Man Is Mine

17. How Can I Refuse

18. Allies

Disc 2

1. What About Love?

2. Never

3. These Dreams

4. Nothin' At All

5. If Looks Could Kill

6. Alone

7. Who Will You Run To

8. There's The Girl

9. I Want You So Bad

10. All I Wanna Do Is Make Love To You

11. Wild Child

12. I Didn't Want To Need You

13. Stranded

14. Secret

16. Will You Be There (In The Morning)

18. Ring Them Bells

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Track List: Greatest Hits 1985-1995

1. What About Love

2. If Looks Could Kill

3. Never

4. These Dreams

5. Nothin' At All

6. Alone

7. Who Will You Run To

8. There's The Girl

9. Surrender To Me

10. All I Wanna Do Is Make Love To You

11. I Didn't Want To Need You

12. Tall, Dark Handsome Stranger

13. Stranded

14. You're The Voice

15. Back To Avalon

16. Black On Black II

17. Will You Be There (In The Morning)

18. The Road Home (Live)

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Track List: Desire Walks On

1. Desire

2. Black On Black Ii

3. Back To Avalon

4. The Woman In Me

5. Rage

6. In Walks The Night

7. My Crazy Head

8. Ring Them Bells

9. Will You Be There (In The Morning)

10. Voodoo Doll

11. Anything Is Possible

12. Avalon (Reprise)

13. Desire Walks On

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Track List: Brigade

1. Wild Child

2. All I Wanna Do Is Make Love To You

3. Secret Love (Live)

4. Tall, Dark Handsome Stranger

5. I Didn't Want To Need You

6. The Night

7. Fallen From Grace

8. Under the Sky

9. Cruel Nights

10. Stranded

11. Call Of The Wild

12. I Want Your World To Turn

13. I Love You

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Track List: Heart

1. If Looks Could Kill

2. What About Love

3. Never

4. These Dreams

5. The Wolf

6. All Eyes

7. Nobody Home

8. Nothin' At All

9. What He Don't Know

10. Shell Shock

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Track List: Greatest Hits

1. Barracuda

2. Silver Wheels

3. Crazy On You

4. Straight On

5. Dreamboat Annie

6. Even It Up

7. Magic Man

8. Heartless

9. Dog & Butterfly

10. Bebe Le Strange

11. Tell It Like It Is

12. Mistral Wind

13. Sweet Darlin

15. Rock And Roll

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Track List: Bebe Le Strange

1. Bebe Le Strange

2. Down On Me

3. Silver Wheels

4. Break

5. Rockin Heaven Down

6. Even It up

7. Strange Night

8. Raised On You

9. Pilot

10. Sweet Darlin

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Track List: Little Queen

1. Barracuda

2. Love Alive

3. Sylvan Song

4. Dream Of The Archer

5. Kick It Out

6. Little Queen

7. Treat Me Well

8. Say Hello

9. Cry To Me

10. Go On Cry

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Track List: Bad Animals

1. Who Will You Run To

2. Alone

3. There's The Girl

4. I Want You So Bad

5. Wait For An Answer

6. Bad Animals

7. You Ain't So Tough

8. Strangers Of The Heart

9. Easy Target

10. RSVP

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Track List: Dreamboat Annie

1. Magic Man

2. Dreamboat Annie (Fantasy Child)

3. Crazy On You

4. Soul Of The Sea

5. Dreamboat Annie

6. White Lightning & Wine

7. (Love Me Like Music) I'll Be Your Song

8. Sing Child

9. How Deep It Goes

10. Dreamboat Annie (Reprise)

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Track List: Fanatic (Single)

1. Fanatic

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Track List: Jupiters Darling

1. Make Me

2. Oldest Story in the World

3. Things

4. The Perfect Goodbye

5. Enough

6. Move On

7. I Need the Rain

8. I Give Up

9. Vainglorious

10. No Other Love

11. Led to One

12. Down the Nile

13. I'm Fine

14. Fallen Ones

15. Lost Angel

16. Hello Moonglow

17. How Deep It Goes

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Track List: Red Velvet Car

2. W.T.F

3. Red Velvet Car

4. Queen City

5. Hey You

6. Wheels

8. Death Valley

9. Sunflower

10. Sand

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Track List: Stairway To Heaven (Live At The Kennedy Center Honors) (Single)

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Till Now...I ....ALWAYS.. . . . . . G o t by on My....Own... . . . . . . H o w Do I Get U.....ALONE! ! X X X X K O O O O X X O O
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They have the wrong lyrics up for Heart's song Alone. Typical of Pandora.
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Yes how?
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I get it all now
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Im sure I'm not the only true Heart fan here, and as such was appalled at the poor bio written by Jason Ankeny & Greg Prato. There are so many inaccuracies in this bio it isn't even funny. Michael Fisher was the manager and Roger Fisher was the guitar player; Ann did study the flute in High School and their father was a Marine Corps Major. There are others but too many to mention.



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Awesome band
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allisondorsi 1 9 7 1
Love Heart!!! So many great songs, sometimes I wonder if they wrote them for me!! They Rock!
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I do I get you a loan.
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After all the explanation of the history of Heart, they failed to give the most interesting breakdown - the inspiration for "These Dreams". However, I'm confident that Pandora will remedy this in the future.
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HEART is wonderful! Like their 1st album release of Crazy on You better than the demo on this site.
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beerman.rg
Generation X
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They put the wrong song lyrics in for this song...I recognize the song and lyrics... I would like to know Who Will You Run To when another woman gets on your last nerve & you need advice... Again
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I love what about love
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Love her voice
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1st time I Saw Heart was 1978 Texas Jam Dallas Texas they Rocked the place
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My favorite song
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Lyric confusion
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One of my all time favorites!!! !
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Love this song
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1 bad a** group
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Wooooooooo
Wooooooooooo
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Barracuda Song By Heart. Little Queen.❤❤❤❤❤❤
Good Song ��������❤❤❤❤
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I just saw them do a one hour set a week ago. The last time I'd seen them was in ... 1983? ... at one of the last Day on the Greens in Oakland's outdoor Coliseum. There were many bands in that all day show. Heart was the closer and they rocked it. They are the reigning Queens of Rock and Roll, IMO.

The show this last weekend was small. As the applause quieted after a song, I yelled out (being 120 feet from the stage) We Love You! I know they heard it. =)
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This song touch my heart my mother use too play this song all the time at home
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Heart Rocks. I never heard a voice or seen such raw talent from a female rocker! Heart is female rock royalty. There will never be an era such as the 60 - 80's.
Gary Numan (I know...diffe r e n t genre) Iron Butterfly, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix (Rock God all by himself!) on and on and on!
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TM You are very lucky, Heart , Cheap Trick and Journey that is something special coming from Australia I've only seen Cheap Trick and it seems all the greats are fading away it's a shame were all getting older
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Such a great band. I saw them in 10 w Journey, Cheap Trick. Was such an awesome show! They are rockin chics!!
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Classic heart great harmony ... Seen them in the late 70s great band from Seattle where I grew up!!!!
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Beautiful song love heart
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Love this song
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This song made me feel so hot and ������
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Elizabeth white What a great song though from heart though. I loved it.
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Great song though from heart
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paj6283
Saw Heart in concert in October while on a cruise, and the ladies still kick a**! Nancy still shreds it on her guitar and Ann still has a killer voice (though the high notes aren't what they used to be). But I love them as much now as I did decades ago.
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Ann is THE Rock -N-Roll Voice, of her generation, Male or Female !! xoxo
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We got married on june 19 1999 Anns b day
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manuelcynthi a 1 2
Great singers.
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among the best rockers of all time and can sing the heck out of ballad also love those wilson sisters
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the person who sings barracuda went to my school
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What about love ? Only want to share it with you !! ☔️❤️
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It's been a long time since I heart a Heart song! Shame on me !
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Lyric snaffu
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Highest level reached music nirvana the holy of holys Heart soars!
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seen these ladies this past saturday. omg i am now in love with nancy!! lol
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The lyrics posted for Alone are not the right lyrics. What's up with that?
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this group proved that women couldnt rock hard for very long. their pop keyboards radio and kindergarden friendly love songs were so lame they made me puke. terrible songs sung horridly . they had talent and some good tunes but once they were knee deep in the 80s they went straight to suckville
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