Top Songs by Heart

The band Heart, led by sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson, has given the world a collection of memorable rock songs, characterized by passionate vocals and stellar guitar work. Here are some of the top songs that have defined Heart’s career:

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“Barracuda” (1977)

A quintessential rock anthem, “Barracuda” is known for its hard-hitting guitar riffs and Ann Wilson’s powerful vocal delivery.

“Crazy on You” (1976)

This song showcases intricate guitar work and emotional vocals, highlighting the band’s musicianship and storytelling prowess.

“Magic Man” (1976)

Another hit from their debut album, “Dreamboat Annie,” “Magic Man” showcases Ann’s vocal range and compelling lyrical storytelling.

“Alone” (1987)

“Alone” is one of Heart’s biggest hits, showcasing Ann Wilson’s tremendous vocal ability, bringing raw emotion to the forefront.

“These Dreams” (1985)

A departure from their harder rock sound, this ballad was a chart-topping success, presenting a softer, introspective side of Heart.

“What About Love?” (1985)

This song marked a successful comeback for Heart in the mid-80s, blending powerful vocals with an impassioned narrative about seeking love.

“All I Wanna Do Is Make Love to You” (1990)

Another massive hit for the band, this song told a complex story through its lyrics, backed by a compelling melody and strong vocals.

“Dreamboat Annie” (1976)

The title track from their debut album has a more laid-back feel compared to their harder rocking tracks, showcasing their versatility.

“Dog & Butterfly” (1978)

This song combines vivid imagery with a rich narrative, a testament to Heart’s excellent songwriting capabilities.

“Straight On” (1978)

A funk-infused rock song that carries a groovy rhythm alongside Heart’s signature strong vocals and guitar work.

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