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Stevie Nicks - The Wild Heart (1983/2016) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/96kHz
Stevie Nicks - The Wild Heart (1983/2016) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/96kHz

Artist: Stevie Nicks
Title: The Wild Heart
Genre: Pop Rock, Soft Rock, Singer/Songwriter
Label: © Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company.
Release Date: 1983/2016
Quality: High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 96kHz/24bit
Source: HDTracks
Duration: 01:31:31
Recorded: 1982–83


Stevie Nicks, the legendary singer songwriter whose highly acclaimed 30 year solo career includes seven studio albums, iconic hits, and record sales in the millions, releases deluxe editions with newly remastered audio and never before released live and recorded music from her first two solo albums Bella Donna and The Wild Heart.
Nicks returned in 1983 with her follow-up to Bella Donna, The Wild Heart, which peaked at #5 on the album chart and has been certified double platinum. The album produced hits like “Stand Back,” “Nightbird” and “I Will Run To You,” which features Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. THE WILD HEART: DELUXE EDITION builds on the original album with unreleased versions of “All The Beautiful Worlds” a session version of “Wild Heart” and “Garbo,” the B-side to “Stand Back.”


Stevie Nicks was following both her debut solo album, Bella Donna (1981), which had topped the charts, sold over a million copies (now over four million), and spawned four Top 40 hits, and Fleetwood Mac's Mirage (1982), which had topped the charts, sold over a million copies (now over two million), and spawned three Top 40 hits (including her "Gypsy"), when she released her second solo album, The Wild Heart. She was the most successful American female pop singer of the time. Not surprisingly, she played it safe: The Wild Heart contained nothing that would disturb fans of her previous work and much that echoed it. As on Bella Donna, producer Jimmy Iovine took a simpler, more conventional pop/rock approach to the arrangements than Fleetwood Mac's inventive Lindsey Buckingham did on Nicks's songs, which meant the music was more straightforward than her typically elliptical lyrics. Iovine did get a Mac-like sound on "Nightbird," in which Nicks repeated her invocation to "the white winged dove" from Bella Donna's "Edge of Seventeen," and on "Sable on Blond," a "Gypsy" soundalike. His most daring effort was the album's leadoff single, "Stand Back," which boasted a disco tempo. Elsewhere, the songs were largely interchangeable with those on Bella Donna, even down to the obligatory duet with Tom Petty. Nicks seemed to know what she was up to -- one song was called "Nothing Ever Changes." As a result, The Wild Heart sold to the faithful -- it made the Top Ten, sold over a million copies, and spawned three Top 40 hits ("Stand Back," "Nightbird," and "If Anyone Falls"). And that was appropriate: if you loved Bella Donna, you would like The Wild Heart very much. --AllMusic Review by William Ruhlmann


Tracklist:
Disc One: Original Album
1 Wild Heart 6:10
2 If Anyone Falls 4:09
3 Gate And Garden 4:07
4 Enchanted 3:06
5 Nightbird 5:01
6 Stand Back 4:51
7 I Will Run To You (with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers) 3:22
8 Nothing Ever Changes 4:09
9 Sable On Blond (with Mick Fleetwood) 4:15
10 Beauty And The Beast 6:04

Disc Two: Bonus Tracks
1 Violet And Blue (From Against All Odds) 5:04
2 I Sing For The Things (Unreleased Version) 4:40
3 Sable On Blond (Alternate Version) 7:37
4 All The Beautiful Worlds (Unreleased Version) 5:40
5 Sorcerer (Unreleased Version) 5:35
6 Dial The Number (Unreleased Version) 4:30
7 Garbo (B-Side) 3:31
8 Are You Mine (Demo) 3:10
9 Wild Heart (Session) 6:37


Personnel:
Stevie Nicks – vocals
Sharon Celani – backing vocals
Lori Nicks – backing vocals
Guest musicians:
Sandy Stewart – keyboards, synthesizer, backing vocals, piano (tracks 1, 3, 5-6, 8-9)
Tom Petty – guitar, vocals (track 7)
Mike Campbell – guitar (track 7)
Benmont Tench – organ, keyboards (tracks 3-5, 7)
Howie Epstein – bass (track 7)
Stan Lynch – drums (track 7)
Mick Fleetwood – drums (track 9)
Steve Lukather – guitar (track 6)
Don Felder – guitar (track 8)
Prince – synthesizer (track 6, uncredited)
Session musicians:
David Monday – guitar (tracks 1, 3)
Dean Parks – guitar (track 1)
Waddy Wachtel – guitar (tracks 2-6, 9)
David Williams – guitar (track 6)
Roger Tausz – bass (track 1)
Bob Glaub – bass (tracks 2, 4, 8)
Kenny Edwards – bass (tracks 5, 9)
John Beal - bass (track 10)
Roy Bittan – synthesizer, piano (tracks 2, 4, 8-9)
David Foster – piano (track 5)
Brad Smith – drums, percussion (tracks 1, 3)
Russ Kunkel – drums, drum overdubs (tracks 2, 4, 6, 8)
Bobbye Hall – percussion (tracks 2, 4, 6, 8)
Chet McCracken – drum overdubs (track 5)
Marvin Caruso – drums (tracks 5-6)
Ian Wallace – percussion (track 6)
David Bluefield - OB-Xa programming, DMX drum machine (track 6)
Phil Kenzie – saxophone (track 8)
Carolyn Brooks - background vocals (tracks 2, 10)


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