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A #4 smash from 1975: their hits Daisy Jane and Woman Tonight plus Half a Man; Midnight; Bell Tree; Old Virginia , and more!
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 12, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: April 12, 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Collectables
  • ASIN: B0007QJ1TI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #95,879 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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George Martin didn't work with just anybody-and the talent of this band almost rivals the Beatles.This band is criminally overlooked nowadays.I think if they put out one of those ULTIMATE collection deals , and ran the commercial all the time-it would sell like crazy, and make people realize how great this band is/was.I've had this on LP for years, and then finally found the Japanese CD in 1994.This is their best album, but certainly not because of Sister.For reasons of Seasons,Story of a Teenager, Old Virginia, and Company.Seasons starts off with a horn solo making you think it will be a classical song- but what it really is, is their best written and most complex song ever, with time changes pleasing to even this jaded drummer.Company works great with the constant pauses of tabla, you dont know quite where they are going with it, until the chorus kicks in .Old Virginia is one of those semi-country songs, great for sing-alongs like Black Water by the Doobie Brothers, or even their own Lonely People.People In the Valley has a modern alternative sensibility long before there was alternative.Half a Man, and Woman tonight are the only songs on this CD that are not 100% great.Unfortunately the great picture of the Bay Bridge on the inner sleeve of the original LP doesnt show in the CD booklet. Mastering to Cd went well, but I still slightly prefer the warmth of the bass and midrange separation more apparent on the vinyl.I have their box set and it hardly covers this album.They added a bonus track SIMPLE LIFE to the Japan version.PS< yes I can hear the SUMMER CALLING , that's why I moved to Florida!
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There is not one bad song on America's "Hearts". I grew up listening to this album and was so glad to finally find it on CD on your website after many attempts to find it elsewhere. America was comprised of 3 equally talented young men who all show their gifts on this CD. With each having their own style of music and lyrics that compliment one another, they give the CD variety that works well together. I don't think we ever knew at the time that their music and words could have such a lasting impact on us forever. I cherish the memories created by the talents these men cared to share.
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America's second collaboration with legendary Beatles producer, Sir George Martin. While not as polished as their first album with Martin (Holiday), this is still a very strong album and was a big hit in the US in 1975 hitting number 4 on the Billboard album chart and becoming a million seller. Contains the number 1 hit Sister Golden Hair, along with two other hits Daisy Jane and Woman Tonight. Also contains several album cuts that received a lot of airplay in the 70's including Bell Tree, Midnight, and Old Virginia (which would have been a hit had it been released as a single). A must for any America or 70's music fan!
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During a love of my life: "Sister Golden Hair" and "Seasons" to my love of Science Fiction: "Midnight" and "People in the Valley". In loneliness on the road "Old Virgina" and dreams of "Tomorrow". This album has spoken to and through me. I know each and every song by "Heart".
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Even when it becomes obvious that America wasn't The Fab Four, certainly the work that Sir George Martin made as producer of this "Hearts" album is outstanding.

The quality of the sound, as well as the careful instrumentation you hear in songs as "Seasons", "Tomorrow" and "Company", make this album an instantaneous "Must Have".
In adittion, you have very nice standard 'Radio' hits, like "Daisy Jane", "Sister Golden Hair" and "Woman Tonight".

I recommend this album to any serious 70s Pop Music collector, as well as to those far younger than myself, who are just discovering the musical treasures of that 'Marvelous Decade'!
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By A Customer on April 26, 2001
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This has to be one of the best America albums to date. It is one of those cd's that you put on and let play all the way through. A must have for America fans
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HEARTS, which I am also glad to have, is definitely my most favorite album by AMERICA, eventhough they seemed to be moving further away from their original style of music. GERRY BECKLEY's piano ballad DAISY JANE that features excellent harmony vocals, acoustic guitars, and the orchestra is an outstanding beginner, and DAN PEEK's HALF A MAN is an outstanding guitar rock song with excellent guitar riffs, the soulful female singers, and a brass horn section. Unfortunately, this is when he begins to sound like he is stoned out or something, not that it is that bad though. His WOMAN TONIGHT is also a excellent rock tune with DEWEY BURNELL'S talk box guitar, keyboards from DAN that I can only assume, the fuzz bass guitar by DAVID DICKEY, and alternating lead vocals from all three singers, along with the female singers. I was surprised to learn about DEWEY playing the talk box guitar on this song when I first read about it from the liner notes of the COMPLETE GREATEST HITS album. Although all three guys can play lead guitar, they just happen to leave most of the lead guitar chores to DAN. DEWEY'S MIDNIGHT is an excellent acoustic ballad with the electric and acoustic guitars and the orchestra. GERRY'S BELL TREE is also excellent with the keyboards and the acoustic guitars. DEWEY'S PEOPLE IN THE VALLEY that features his singin, GEERY'S piano playin, DAN'S guitar solos, and the harmony vocals is excellent, as is his COMPANY with GERRY'S piano playing and DAN' guitar solos. THE STORY OF A TEENAGE with DAN and GERRY trading off the lead vocals, the piano playing, the guitars, the orchestra, and the female singers in the background.Read more ›
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