Bebe le Strange, Heart's entrance into the 1980s, was a rough one. Heart were certainly questioning their identity here, as evidenced by their feeble attempt at punky new wave on "Break. It was the band's first without guitarist Roger Fisher - longtime co-writer and guitarist Sue Ennis stepped in for the sessions - and his absence is felt here; there is a distinct lack of his elegant approach to acoustic guitar and his tasty lead work. Perhaps the Wilson sisters were feeling the pressure of punk and new wave and trying to update their sound for the new decade, but it was a mistake. Heart's trademark sound is timeless, and there are flashes of it here on cuts such as Nancy Wilson's gorgeous ballad "Silver Wheels" and the rocked-up single "Even It Up," but overall, Bebe le Strange feels unfocused and restless.
Magazine is the third studio album by the American hard rock band Heart. It has an unusual history in that the first release in 1977 was an unfinished version not authorized by the group. A second authorized version of the album was re-released in 1978. The album was certified platinum in the US and Canada. After their debut album, Heart began recording new songs in Vancouver that were intended as their next studio album for Mushroom Records
Album Name Bebe le Strange. Data wpisu 14 Luty 1980. Wydawcy Sony BMG Epic Records. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album3.
Album Name Bébé le Strange. Erscheinungsdatum 1980. Labels Epic Records CBS Records. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen19.
Just before Heart recorded the album that became Bebe Le Strange, the band was faced with one of their biggest challenges. In October of 1979, founding member Roger Fisher was asked to leave the group (after the relationship between him and Nancy Wilson had already ended, and Wilson was now dating drummer Mike Derosier - while her sister Ann was still dating Roger Fisher's brother Michael, the band's manager). So, while Heart recorded their fifth LP in Seattle in Winter of 1979, it was their first album without Fisher's guitar playing or song writing.
Bébé le Strange is the fifth studio album by the American rock band Heart. It was released on February 14, 1980 through Epic Records. It was the first album without founding member Roger Fisher on lead guitar, who had left the band months prior along with his brother Michael. The album was a commercial success, peaking at number five on the . Billboard 200 and staying in the charts for 22 weeks.
Bebe Le Strange is a great album; that I agree with. But their last great album? Not even close. 3 people found this helpful.