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AntiMusic.com reviews RVC!
It's been a long time since Ann and Nancy Wilson spent time tripping on acid in Seattle's Space Needle. And while the ladies have long since moved on from such pursuits the tone of Red Velvet Car indicates that the sisters are well aware of the fact that the music that came out of youthful experimentation is the most-beloved portion of their lengthy body of work.
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Guitar World International reviews RVC
It's always a welcome event when the very musically gifted and multi-talented sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson release new music, and what a sparkling album this is. So much so, that one feels like rolling out a red-velvet carpet for these First Ladies of Rock.
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RED VELVET CAR available now!!!!!
Red Velvet Car has finally arrived! Be sure to grab your copy today!!!
Download "Sand", a free track from Heart's new album, Red Velvet Car - only at Amazon MP3!
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LA Times gives Red Velvet Car 3.5 of 4 stars
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PAMusicScene.com Red Velvet Car review!
After hearing Heart perform at the US's largest 10 day outdoor music event, Musikfest in Bethlehem, PA on August 10, and hearing "Red Velvet Car" and "WTF" for the first time, I knew that they would have another classic on their hands.
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Heart: Rekindling the Fire - MSN Music
Ann and Nancy Wilson collaborated as the Lovemongers. They worked together on Ann's solo album. But when they go back to their signature sound of Heart, there's no mistaking it. They sounded like Heart with their songwriting on "Dreamboat Annie" back in the '70s, and they still sounded like Heart when they turned to outside writers for power ballads that took them through the '80s.
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Blog Critics' Music Review Heart - Red Velvet Car
Nothing beats live music. Hands down, the live experience trumps any
audio or video recording I've ever seen of an artist performing. That
said, the next best thing is a concert recording, preferably video so
you can see the actual performance instead of simply listening to
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