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Artist: Heart

Title: Jupiter's Darling

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Category: AOR/Hard Rock

Year: 2004

Label: Sovereign Artists

Catalog Number: 1953


Ann Wilson Vocals, Harmony Vocals, Spoken Word
Nancy Wilson String Arrangements, Harmony, Dulcimer, Guitars, Harmonica, Mandolin, Vocals, Mandocello, Megaphone,P iano Strings
Mike McCready Guitars, E-Bow
Darian Sahanaja Keyboards, Stylophone
Terry Davison Pedal Steel
Craig Bartock Guitar, Marimba, Mellotron, Pump Organ
Jerry Cantrell Guitar
Mike Inez Bass, Tambourine


1.  Make Me Listen  3:57
2.  Oldest Story In The World  3:53
3.  Things  2:45
4.  Perfect Goodbye  3:37
5.  Enough  3:25
6.  Move On  5:00
7.  I Need The Rain  4:20
8.  I Give Up  3:50
9.  Vainglorious  3:57
10.  No Other Love  4:02
11.  Led To One  2:56
12.  Down The Nile  4:49
13.  I'm Fine  2:59
14.  Fallen Ones  3:42
15.  Lost Angel  6:56
16.  Hello Moonglow  1:56
Total Running Time:  62:04

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Existing comments about this CD

From: rocky Date: October 12, 2004 at 23:57
what have they done....this is way too much back to basic by the lovely Wilson sisters...we`re talking "magazine" " dogs and butterflys" "bebe le strange" periode...unless you are a Heart fan,- and this is hard for me to say-, it`s not worth having...sorry Nancy and Ann.

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From: Jez Date: October 13, 2004 at 3:28
Very good album and definately worth getting, but beware - Forget the 'Big Hair' days and as rocky says,go back to the more Acoustic sound of old,Mix in a few modern'ish sounding rock tracks and you have a great, fresh sounding Heart album that brings the Wilson sisters well into the millennium. Anne's voice is still an absolute wonder to behold - which in itself is nearly reason to buy this album.

From: Tony Date: October 13, 2004 at 16:04
Great album and I always love when a "old school" rock band like this can still deliver the good in 04'. If Heart to you was just the S/T, Bad Animals, & Brigade discs then I'd be wary of thinking there's another "Alone" on this. Every song is good in it's own right and you won't feel tempted to hit the skip button on this disc. Ann's voice is just smokin and the ballads on here are just incredible. Does a nice job of going to their roots without sounding dated. Support this stuff!!

From: jason (FA-Q) Date: October 17, 2004 at 11:17
Man oh man.... Nancy Wilson is still HOT! Ooooooooh yeahhhhhhh. I'll take some of that, thank you.

From: Lynchomaniac Date: November 12, 2004 at 19:42
Magnificent "comeback" to the sound from which they originated. Classy 70's Hardrock with a at times Folksy vibe and a dash of Zeppelin-ism thrown in for good measure! A great and diverse album

From: AORLover Date: October 29, 2005 at 10:25
Well not bad at all, but not the band a lot of us hoped so much for. They band goes to much back to their 70's roots imho, let's hope their next release will more go back to their magnificent 80s sound... Sorry girls but for me it's only a 6/10

From: caritosmatanza Date: January 28, 2006 at 12:13
Una versión de los primeros heart sin nada memorable. Gustará a sus primeros fans, pero es flojito de narices y ni un sólo tema es memorable. Todo está en su sitio, pero... 7/10, sólo para fans de su primera etapa.

From: lukemaz Date: April 10, 2013 at 21:33
This album takes some time to fully appreciate. It's a great album though from start to finish. It has a different Heart sound to it. I am into the big power ballads Heart had from the mid 80's to the underrated Desire Walks On album, this album isn't power ballads but it has a rocking quality that I can't really explain. I'm not pushing this album 10/10 I'd say 8/10 firm (although taste is subjective). The story behind the album and the US label that originally distributed this are very ambiguous. I believe there was an entire album in the works but everything was scrapped and this album was born. Nancy Wilson produced or co-produced but the label Sovereign Records didn't promote the album very much. Sovereign went bankrupt. The album went under the radar...what a shame. I believe Sony is distributing now.

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