Heart: Alive In SeattleDirector: Dave Diomedi, Heart, Mike Inez, Tom Kellock
Under the guidance of sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson, Heart achieved major album success in the '70s, and then softened their approach enough to score some hit singles in the '80s. This video captures the band performing before an adoring crowd in Seattle, the band's and the sisters' hometown. The group performs hits from every phase of their career including "Crazy on You," "Barracuda," "Alone," and "These Dreams."
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Cast & Crew
|Mike Inez||Bass guitar/marley burns/dinner rolls|
|Scott Olson||Guitar/acoustic guitar/lap steel/backing vocals|
|Ann Wilson||Vocals/acoustic guitar/autoharp/flute/ukulele|
|Nancy Wilson||Guitars/acoustic guitar/vocals/mandolin/ukulele|
|Jordan Berliant||Executive Producer|
|Katie McNeil||Executive Producer|
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The title of my review says it all. I've seen Heart twice before live. And the Wilson sisters are at their peak. The DVD is very well recorded, and filmed. The song selection is wonderful. Mistral Wind is the best song on the whole DVD. If you like Heart, this DVD is a must for your collection. You will not regret it.
posted Wed April 30 2003 05:51 PM My big screen TV will never be the same. It was like being on stage with them. An incredible stage act! I love the versatility of ''our'' girls. My God! Look at how many different instruments they can play! I was not surprised, but the whole performance was just so mind blowing. They are by far the most outstanding musicians out there today. They DESERVE way more recognition for their unique talents and power stage performances!!! ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME HERE THEY COME!!! I paid more attention to the boys this time in many, many, many years. I think that I am finally over Mark and Denny. Gosh, I don't know what took me so long. I like Mike Inez and Ben Smith, the drummer. I must admit though I have never seen anyone smoke and play guitar at the same time on stage before. It was just completely smokin'. What a power performance! I hope the DVD sees the light of day like it deserves. I just can't help it. I still love the Wilson sisters after all of these years!!!