Heart - Heart in the Studio

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Book Details

  • 265 Pages
  • Softcover
  • Released:
  • Originally Released: 2008
  • Publisher: Independent Publishers Group



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With more top 10 hits than any other female-fronted music group in history, Heart has achieved commercial and critical success with its twelve studio albums spanning over three decades. Fronted by sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson, the group turned out such '70s classics as "Crazy on You," "Barracuda," "Magic Man," and "Straight On."

Following its break into the top 40 in the '70s, Heart rode a second wave of even greater commercial success throughout the 1980s, producing such smash hits as "These Dreams," "Who You Gonna Run To," "What About Love," and "All I wanna Do (Is Make Love to You)," going on to sell over 30 million albums worldwide.

Heart in the Studio takes you behind the scenes of the writing and recording of all of their albums and smash singles. Featuring exclusive interviews with Ann and Nancy Wilson, longtime guitarist Howard Leese, as well as with producers Mike Flicker, Ron Nevison, Keith Olsen, Ritchie Zito, and countless others, this study of the hit-making process in the studio is a must-have for any Heart fan.

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Profiling one of the most popular and enduring female-fronted hard rock bands in rock 'n' roll, this book offers a backstage pass to the writing and recording of all of Heart’s hit albums and smash singles. Featuring exclusive interviews with band leaders Ann and Nancy Wilson, this rock history also includes insights from longtime guitarist Howard Leese, as well as interviews with the producers who helped craft Heart's hits, including Mike Flicker, Ron Nevison, Keith Olsen, and Ritchie Zito.

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Product Info:

  • ISBN: 9781550228311
  • EAN: 9781550228311
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