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Legendary Albums Live: Dreamboat Annie

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Magic Man
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Dreamboat Annie (Fantasy Child)
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Crazy On You
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Soul Of The Sea
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Dreamboat Annie
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White Lightning & Wine
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(Love Me Like Music) I'll Be Your Song
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Sing Child
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How Deep It Goes
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Dreamboat Annie
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Minstral Wind
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Goodbye Blue Sky
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Black Dog
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Misty Mountain Hop
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Love Reign O'er Me
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Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 70:45

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Dreamboat Annie Live in LA

Pinkme

I have follewed these two since they first started making MAJIC! I am 50 yrs old now and still...they blow me away! They have their own unique style of everything they do to make an album...they will go down in History as two of the Greatest...as they are living Legends...Much love and thanks for your great Music! You have made me happy many a day thought MANY years w/your albums...Sincerely...You 2 Legends...Tammie Shepperd Logansport, Indiana USA

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Love these strong female singers

DreamboatAnnie

I love all their music, but I have one complaint, some tracks are mixed so you hear more of the music and not enough of their beautiful voices.

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Still the rockin chicks

EMUSIC-01F1DE82

Ya what can I say they just rock. Old School rock!!!!

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Original Rocking Chicks

Superpaqman

Can't say much more.

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Pretty Good

craig_flowers

I agree that the guitar seems a little slower with age. But still a great album. Vocals are great and the covers really wok for me. Def worth the download.

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It HAS Heart

EMUSIC-02031734

Although not a "10" this album definately pays great tribute to the work of these two sisters........worth having in your collection.

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Agree with Funkifized

gopack91

The guitars and drums aren't as good as the original, but the Wilson sisters sound about as good as ever.

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Pretty good

Funkifized

This is a good recording, considering how many years it's been since the original album came out. I'd like to see the video. I think the band members could have learned the parts a little better. Not necessarily the improvised solos, but if they're going to pay tribute to the original record, it would have been good to work out the original background harmonies and arrangements. I think they need Howard Leese back in the fold to expedite that. Real strings sound great on this recording, just as Leese had done originally.

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Still got it!

EMUSIC-01CA541C

I first saw Heart open for the Doobie Brothers at the Mississippi River Festival in 1976. I knew then they had something special. This album proves they've still got it!

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Been a Long Time!

lishster

Heart's influence on rock and roll has been so under-rated. This live session brings me back to when Heart first came on the scene....raw, vibrant, and unsurpassed talent for any gender! Ann and Nancy Wilson is, and always will be, true pioneers of the "Women of Rock and Roll." I also want to recognize their support and show my appreciation for their efforts on behalf of the GLBT community. Ladies, you Rock!

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There’s no shortage of live material in the Heart catalog, but it’s still hard to fault a gracefully aging band for showing off its tricks. While other ’70s and ’80s mainstays sound withered and strained 25 years after their heyday, the Wilson sisters have taken care of themselves. Dreamboat Annie Live finds them playing their band’s debut in its entirety, from the iconic rhythmic thump of “Magic Man” to the harmony-laden melodies in the title track’s reprise. Often lean and tight, the music also veers into orchestrated territory with a six-piece string section (which is employed to stunning effect on “How Deep It Goes”). A handful of classic rock covers are thrown in for the encore, pairing Ann Wilson’s well-preserved pipes with tracks by Led Zeppelin and the Who. Ann may not have the range to still tackle such follow-up hits as “Alone,” but she’s nevertheless solid on this disc, nailing the melodies with a throaty wail that many of her contemporaries have steadily worn away with the snowballing effect of alcohol, drugs, and general rock & roll hedonism. For those fans who prefer Heart’s early material to the slick, hairsprayed singles of the ’80s, Dreamboat Annie Live is a reminder that this band did — and, indeed, does — rock the boat. [A DVD was also released.] – Andrew Leahey

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