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the ann wilson thing! - #2 focus

Ann Wilson

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manic depression
Ann Wilson
fighten fer life
Ann Wilson
don’t give up
Ann Wilson
Ann Wilson
Total Playing Time    19:48
Heart lead singer Ann Wilson continues her "passion project" recording classic rock covers on this second EP in a series entitled The Ann Wilson Thing! Wilson says she's always dreamed of doing this sideline project, intended to bring her closer to fans. She insists The Ann Wilson Thing! won't replace Heart, but will be a new experience for existing Heart fans as well as for new fans. For this volume Wilson has chosen Jimi Hendrix's Manic Depression, Peter Gabriel's Don't Give Up and two original tunes. "I already am honoured to sing for Heart and now I get the opportunity to stretch out on my own and see what it can bring. I am blessed to have these magical opportunities to let my soul sing out. I love the blues. The Ann Wilson Thing! gives me an opportunity to rock ... up close and personal." - Ann Wilson
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