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MUSIC - TOP 40
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FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD
FRIDA
GAP BAND, THE
GARY NUMAN
GENESIS
GEORGE HARRISON
GEORGE MICHAEL
GEORGIA SATELLITES (ROCK)
GERRY RAFFERTY
GIORGIO MORODER
GLASS TIGER
GLENN FREY
GLORIA GAYNOR
GO-GO'S, THE
GOLDEN EARRING
GREG KIHN BAND
GROVER WASHINGTON, JR.
HALL AND OATES
HAROLD FALTERMEYER
HEART
HONEYDRIPPERS, THE
HOOTERS, THE
HOWARDS JONES
HUEY LEWIS (ROCK)
HUMAN LEAGUE, THE
ICEHOUSE
ICICLE WORKS, THE
INFORMATION SOCIETY

Heart - Top 40
 

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Essential Heart   Heart Greatest Hits   Heart Greatest Hits 1985-1995

The band Heart did not start out with Ann and Nancy Wilson.  The band first formed in Washington state in the late 1960's as The Army, and consisted of no female members until the early 1970's.  The group changed their name to White Heart in the late 60's, then to Heart, then Hocus Pocus, then back to Heart.  The sisters joined the band in the mid 70's.  

In the mid 70's, the band had relocated to Canada, hooked up with a label, and released their first album (Steamboat Annie) in 1976.  This album featured too hit songs:  "Crazy on You" and "Magic Man".  After a legal battle with their original label, Heart continued producing throughout the 70's.  Other 70's songs you may remember include "Barracuda", "Heartless", and "Straight On".  

By the early 80's, Heart was still rolling along with the release of Bebe Le Strange in 1980.  Another hit song, "Tell It Like Is", was released on a greatest hits release from 1980.  You may remember the song "Even It Up" from this release.  Other 80's Heart songs you will remember include "City's Burning" from Private Audition (1982), "How Can I Refuse" from Passionworks (1983), "What About Love", "Never", "These Dreams", "Nothin' at All" from Heart (1985), "Alone", "Who Will You Run To", and "There's the Girl" from Bad Animals (1987).  That finished off the 80's as far as hits go, but in the1990, the album Brigade featured a number of hits songs, including "All I Wanna Do Is Make Love to You", "Wild Child", "Stranded", and "I Didn't Want to Need You".

Post 1990, Heart continued to produce, although they were never able to recapture their former glory.  There were moment's of hiatus, but they have continued in some form or fashion (there has also been some solo efforts).  It is worth mentioning, however, that their 2010 release, Red Velvet Car, did peak at number 10 on the Billboard 200 (not bad, ladies).  As late as 2011 Heart was on tour with Def Leppard.  The Heart Discography is as follows:

  • 1976: Dreamboat Annie
  • 1977: Little Queen
  • 1978: Magazine
  • 1978: Dog and Butterfly
  • 1980: Bebe le Strange
  • 1980: Greatest Hits/Live
  • 1982: Private Audition
  • 1983: Passionworks
  • 1985: Heart
  • 1987: Bad Animals
  • 1990: Brigade
  • 1991: Rock the House! Live
  • 1993: Desire Walks On
  • 1995: The Road Home Live
  • 1997: These Dreams: Greatest Hits
  • 1998: Greatest Hits
  • 2000: Greatest Hits: 19851995
  • 2001: Heart Presents a Lovemongers' Christmas
  • 2001: Ballads: The Greatest Hits
  • 2002: The Essential Heart
  • 2003: Alive in Seattle
  • 2004: Jupiters Darling
  • 2006: Love Songs
  • 2007: Dreamboat Annie Live
  • 2008: Playlist: The Very Best of Heart
  • 2010: Red Velvet Car
  • 2012: Fanatic Fourteenth
  • 2012: Strange Euphoria
  • 1980
    Bebe Le Strange
    Heart Bebe Le Strange

    THESE DREAMS:
    [chorus] These dreams go on when I close my eyes, Every second of the night I live another life, These dreams that sleep when it's cold outside, Every moment I'm awake the further I'm away [etc]

    1985
    Self-Titled
    Heart Self-Titled 1985

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