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August 26, 2008 | Format: MP3

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By Daniel J. Hamlow HALL OF FAME on July 15, 2003
Format: Audio CD
"Wild Child" and "Fallen From Grace" were two of Brigade's standout tracks and both rise in grace higher live. Basically, Brigade live, with a new song and a few old songs mixed in, performed live at Worcester, MA at the Centrum on 28 November 1990.
The two Heart selections are the heaviest ones from that album--"If Looks Could Kill" and "Shell Shock." If they'd included "The Wolf" and "All Eyes", the house would probably be rocked beyond tolerance. "Shell Shock" gets its rightful due live, but the speeded up heavy guitars in fact this version of "If Looks Could Kill" really outstrips its studio counterpart.
For a breather, they perform one of their favorite songs from Little Queen, "Love Alive" which becomes a powerhouse with Denny Carmassi's drum power. They keep the acoustic guitars for "Under The Sky", a new favourite of theirs and mine, with the dreamy feeling of "lying on your back, looking at the stars" as Ann says in introducing the song.
I described "The Night" with its heavily punctuated power chords. Well, the only way it could be outdone was it to have been done live. With the beginning power chords from Zeppelin's "Good Times Bad Times" introduced, followed by bluesy guitar solo, the song proper begins, and yes, those power chords are pounded.
There isn't too much variation in the Bon Jovi-like "Tall Dark Handsome Stranger" or "Call Of The Wild" from Brigade or "Who Will You Run To" from Bad Animals. These are the few weak moments in this album.
"How Can I Refuse," from Passionworks is really given the rocking treatment with the chugging guitar intro. Given the unjustified roasting Passionworks got from the critics, it's at least gratifying to see at least one of its songs represented live.
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Fans of Petra and Kansas should enjoy this accomplished sextet. Here are the correct tracks: 1. Morningstar, 2. My Eyes Have Seen, 3. How Many Times (Seventy Times Seven), 4. Fly Eagle Fly, 5. Montana Sky, 6. The River Will Flow, 7. Desert Rose, 8. A Love Calling, 9. Say the Word, 10. Unchain, 11. Silhouette, 12. Once and For All, and 13. The Flame Passes On. Just had to make this right for a righteous band.
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This is one of my favorite live rock albums from Heart. I had grown up listening to their 1980's hits such as "What About Love?", "Never", and "Alone." Every live track on this LP sounds even better than the originals. Ann Wilson screams and wails through a lot of the hits, although nearly half of the live album is actually in support of 1990's "Brigade." And let's not leave out Nancy Wilson's fiery electric guitars and blues harp!! :)

The particular tracks that pack the MOST punch -- are as follows: "Call Of The Wild", "How Can I Refuse?" ; "Shell Shock" (thank you, Howard Leese, for an out of this world, frenetic guitar solo), "Under The Sky" (I love how Nancy beautifully chimes in by the end of the song); "Tall, Dark, Handsome Stranger" (I really love the horns on this song!!), "If Looks Could Kill" (this is the fastest song that Heart has ever done, with yet another electrifying solo from Howard); "Who Will You Run To?"; and the closing mega smash, "Barracuda." Sadly, there's no "Crazy On You" included here.

Heart has also produced other live albums -- 5 of them -- for anyone whom is interested.

1980 -- "Greatest Hits/Live"; 1995 -- "The Road Home"; 2003 -- "Alive In Seattle"; 2008 -- "Dreamboat Annie: Live"; 2014 -- "Fanatic: Live From Caesars Colosseum."
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Great collection of my favorite White Heart ballads, but the 2 previously unreleased tunes are especially awesome; they reveal a progression of talent & 'heart'! You really feel the compassion on Morningstar, a more complex version of the song than the one that appears on "tales of wonder'.
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Enjoyed every song
shed tears of Joy

these guys were amazing, saw them open for Petra at the Iowa State Fair
in the mid 90's
Thanks for having music too bless me with.
Bob Smith
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I have quite a few older Heart albums on vinyl and when this live disc came out in 1991 I picked it up to have a bit of an overview of the band up to this point on CD. The album was recorded on the band's "Brigade" tour with the big hair 80's era lineup of The Wilson Sisters, Howard Leese, Mark Andes and Danny Carmassi. Overall this is a good live release. The sound is very good, and the band is in fine form. Ann Wilson's voice is marvelous as she never hits a bum note. Here range is as good live as in the studio and is truly one of the greatest female singers in rock n roll. The music is culled mostly from the band's 80's material, which is decent, but probably not on the same level as their 70's stuff. The highlight of the album is a great version of their almost progish "Love Alive". It is still a great song and done very well here. A new (at the time) song called "You're the Voice" is also included as a bit dated world anthem type of ballad. My main beef with this album is twofold. A lot of the keyboards on the disc have a very dated 80's sound to them. I guess this is to be expected, but not listening to this album in a long time, it really stood out to me. The other thing is the crowd noise. The crowd is mixed really high in the recording and there seems to have been a preponderance of girls screaming at the top of their lungs. One voice clearly stands out in between just about every song. Her shrieking is really really annoying. Other than that this is a good live release, but if you are looking for live Heart I think "The Road Home" is the better of the two.
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