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  • Heart Celebrates 40th Anniversary!

    http://www.heart-music.com/news?n_id=1305
    Myles B. Astor, PhD, Administrator
    Senior Editor, Positive-Feedback.com
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    Still rockin' after all these years!
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      RE: Dreamboat Annie, I have the Nautilus pressing from the early 80's which sounds real good so I would not be interested in yet another vinyl reissue.
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      • #4
        They've put out a lot of great music over the years. Ann Wilson still has a great voice and when I see Nancy do her leg kicks after the acoustic guitar intro to "Crazy On You", it still makes the hair on the back of my neck stand up.
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        • mkuller
          mkuller commented
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          And Nancy Wilson is married to Cameron Crowe, the writer, film producer and director.

      • #5
        I remember having discussions with people about Heart and whether they were American or Canadian. As a music fan I always tried to search out as much info about a band or a song that I liked, so I knew the answer, but even when I explained the facts most Canadians were in denial. LOL! To this day, and because they first recorded in Canada, many Canadians still claim Heart as one of their own. Haha!

        PS. My fave song is Dog & Butterfly.
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        • mkuller
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          I thought they were from Seattle because in the Experience Museum, next to the Space Needle, which celebrates Jimi Hendrix and other musicians from Seattle, Heart has an exhibit.
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