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Street Angel

3.8 out of 5 stars 85 customer reviews

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1994 fifth studio album Produced by Stevie withThom Panunzio. Bob Dylan guests on her cover of "Just Lilke a Woman". [Note: This product is an authorized CD-R and is manufactured on demand]

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Nicks will never again match the sales of her 1981 solo debut, Bella Donna (5.2 million units worldwide), but she continues to turn out dependable music on her fifth album and first since 1989. Lead single "Maybe Love Will Change Your Mind" plays to her strengths with mellifluous ease. --Jeff Bateman
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  • Audio CD (March 21, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: June 7, 1994
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Modern Records
  • ASIN: B000002JQH
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #99,913 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I have to admit that I only liked a few songs when this CD came out in 1994. I have all of her CD's plus everything Fleetwood Mac since 1975, however, I just could not get into "Street Angel" when it was first released. Listening to it today, I realized that I did not give this album a chance. I liked and still like Blue Denim, Greta, Rose Garden and Maybe Love Will Change Your Mind (which is great in the UK remix if you can get it, called Maybe Love) and still don't like Just Like A Woman. Although Stevie did TV spots like Leno for Blue Denim (which is amazing, still reminds me of Lindsey Buckingham), it was the Sandy Stewart penned Maybe Love Will Change Your Mind that became a Billboard Top 100 charter, mostly because former Los Angeles powerhouse KIIS-FM added it to their playlist. Ten years later, I really appreciate Street Angel, Listen To The Rain, Kick It and the beautiful closer Jane. It's interesting that Stevie's vocals are so clear and youthful on this record, even though she was having personal problems and has said that this was a troubled record. Considering that you can get this CD for a pretty decent price now, it's worth buying to get a glimpse of Stevie transitioning from beautiful rock queen to unhealthy and unhappy person back to beautiful rock queen. This is one artist that we need to be grateful for coming back to us.
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Her first, and only, album of the 90s, Stevie delves more into rock than pop this time around. Except, unlike the album that would proceed it 17 years later, it sound entirely unique, and not like some generic rock music album, which come a dime a dozen. Unfortunately, Stevie doesn't like this album at all, and calls it her worst work. Well, Stevie, you're wrong. Why are you wrong? Because this album is still you. I mean, yeah, with songs like Listen To The Rain and Destiny, it can sound quite weak. And even Unconditional Love can sound a bit cheesy, but it's cheesy in a good way. Some people tend to criticize it for the old songs that it has on it; well, both the albums that proceed it have old songs, and no one complains. Plus, Rose Garden is quite possibly Stevie's most poignant love song ever, and Jane is one of those songs that take you somewhere else when you listen to it. For rocking music, look no further than Blue Denim and Love Is Like A River, as well as Kick It.

The album debuted at #45, selling only 38,000 copies it's first week. It's her only album not to chart in the top 15. However, it ended up going gold, meaning it sold 500,000 copies, and that is a testament to how endearing it is. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is Stevie Nicks and her music: endearing.
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I'm always surprised and intriqued to hear what people have to say about this cd. When it was released in '94, it was met with utter indifference by critics and the public in general. It's such a shame, because this record has some very strong work on it, and fans who were put off by the reviews are missing out altogether. As has been noted in other reviews, no, it isn't like any of her previous albums. It stands far and above as her most earthbound, grounded effort, ignoring alot of the mystical allusions and references that pepper much of her solo work. It's also her least-slickly produced effort, giving it a very rough-around-the-edges and rootsy feel. This also marks the point at which a slight change could be heard in Nicks' voice, which had grown more ragged and seemed as though it had dropped a register, adding to the previously mentioned "rough" sound the record displayed. 'Blue Denim' starts the proceedings off with a bang, and the uptempo rockers(the song style that best represents her)don't end there. Among other highlights are her tribute songs, 'Greta' and 'Jane', as well as the electric 'Listen To The Rain', the country-tinged 'Rose Garden', the gently rocking 'Maybe Love Will Change Your Mind', and one of her best ballads,'Unconditional Love'. The only missteps in my opinion occur with the unnecessary cover of Bob Dylan's 'Just Like A Woman, the overwrought 'Destiny', and the title track, which is just plain bad. Skip over those three and you've got a flawless set of songs.
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I never in a 1000 years thought I would be writing a positive review about "Street Angel." It seems that with every Stevie Nicks CD I have bought since "The Wild Heart" that I throw the CD in the player and skip through every song looking for one that sounds as fierce as "Stand Back" or "Talk To Me." Only to be disappointed and toss the CD aside and say to myself, "Come on Stevie, I know you still have it in you, let it out." After chucking Street Angel to the side for 5 years, I pulled it out after ordering "Trouble in Shangri La" and waiting for its arrival. Street Angel, once passed off as garbage by me and her fans now is resurrected as her finest work. The major problem with this CD is the order of which the songs are arranged. I arrange them in my own "play list" order and it is that order that I recommend you do the same, and it is the order of with I will review the CD.
Blue Denim: Full of Sketchy guitars and a basic beat. The end of the song trying to lead to climax the mimics "Stand Back" This is a rhythmic song that lack intensity till the end. A weak opener for a great CD. It kind of sets the tone as a so-so CD, which this CD is NOT. I guess she wanted to get the weakest number out of the way. Getting through the glitter to enjoy the gold.
In my arrangement I follow up with "Maybe Love Will Find A Way.": Another rhythmic tune without the sketchy guitars. But by following "Blue Denim" with "Maybe Love Will Find A Way", It makes Blue Denim make sense and you can tell the direction Stevie is going with her music. Her voice is strong and determined. Almost making pleads that rival "Talk To Me.
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