24 Karat Gold Heart

The next classic rock album to receive Audio Fidelity's 24 Karat Gold CD reissue will be Heart's Greatest Hits, which will be in stores tomorrow, August 23th.

Heart's Greatest Hits was the first comprehensive collection of Ann and Nancy Wilson's best-known music from 1976 through 1983. Originally issued in 1998 by Epic Records, the program features such signature single hits as "Magic Man," "Crazy on You," "Dreamboat Annie," "Barracuda," "Heartless," "Tell It Like It Is," "Straight On," "Dog and Butterfly," "Even It Up," "This Man Is Mine" and "How Can I af Heart CD coverRefuse." Though it does include material from Heart's later, more pop period (most notably 1980's Passionworks), its main emphasis is on the high-energy rock of such '70s albums as Dreamboat Annie, Little Queen, Magazine and Dog and Butterfly.

Greatest Hits also features, as bonus tracks, Heart's live version of Led Zeppelin's "Rock and Roll" (from 1980's Greatest Hits Live) and the newly recorded (1998) power ballad, Diane Warren's "Strong, Strong Wind," as well as "Little Queen," "Kick It Out" and "Bebe le Strange."

The latter track was produced by Peter Asher, a former hit-making artist himself as half of the '60s British duo Peter and Gordon. Asher also helmed James Taylor's Sweet Baby James.

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