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You and Me

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After nearly five decades in Heart—the band she shares with her vocalist sister Ann—guitarist Nancy Wilson has pulled off a neat trick: a debut solo studio album that doesn't sound like Heart covers or castoffs. True, she doesn't have Ann's gale-force voice, but it's not needed on candlelight-warm, lovely songs like the title track "You and Me," which lets Nancy's charmingly sibilant "S" pronunciation shine, and the romantic "I'll Find You" (which, if anything, sounds more like a Sheryl Crow song than one from the Heart catalog). But there's no mistaking Nancy's molten guitar on a tenderhearted cover of Bruce Springsteen's 9/11 firefighter tribute "The Rising" or the paisley underground-esque "The Inbetween." The song that comes closest to a Heart number is the ballad "Walk Away"—sultry with high-drama strings—which bears a slight resemblance to "These Dreams," one of the only hits with lead vocals by Nancy herself. The one time you might wish Ann was along for the ride is on the shoulder-shaking, Meatloaf-esque "Party at the Angel Ballroom" ("it's a party in heaven so we can party like hell"). Backed up by Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan and rock-solid Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins, Nancy sounds a bit overwhelmed. But she is right in range on a cover of the Cranberries' foolproof "Dreams" and offers a spitfire take on "Daughter" by fellow Seattle musicians Pearl Jam. A cover of Simon & Garfunkel's "The Boxer" (with Sammy Hagar, not that you can necessarily find him in the mix; is that him hollering "lie-la-lie"?) is faithful but given a more jangling drum beat and almost zydeco feel. Original "The Dragon" finds Nancy cutting loose, both on the guitar and vocals; a tribute to Alice in Chains' singer Layne Staley, who died of an overdose in 2002 after a prolonged decline, the song slinks and stomps as Nancy warns: "Don't you go down, where the dragon waits." It all wraps up with an absolutely beautiful and bluesy-soulful acoustic cut, "4 Edward." Written for Eddie Van Halen, the legendary rock ’n’ roll guitarist who passed away after a stroke in 2020, it forgoes lyrics in favor of Nancy's deft plucking and strumming: her true legacy. © Shelly Ridenour/Qobuz

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1
You and Me
00:03:19

Sue Ennis, Composer, FeaturedArtist - Ben Smith, Composer - Nancy Wilson, Composer, Producer, MainArtist - Beatle Boots Music, Sheer Music, Trulib Music, MusicPublisher

2021 Nancy Wilson under exclusive license to Carry On Music LLC 2021 Beatle Boots Music, Sheer Music, Trulib Music

2
The Rising
00:05:11

Nancy Wilson, Producer, MainArtist - Bruce Springsteen, Composer - Universal Music Publishing Group, MusicPublisher

2021 Nancy Wilson under exclusive license to Carry On Music LLC 2020 Universal Music Publishing Group

3
I'll Find You
00:03:43

Sue Ennis, Composer - Ben Smith, Composer - Nancy Wilson, Composer, Producer, MainArtist - Beatle Boots Music, Sheer Music, Trulib Music, MusicPublisher

2021 Nancy Wilson under exclusive license to Carry On Music LLC 2021 Beatle Boots Music administered by Universal Music Corp. (ASCAP), Sheer Music, Trulib Music

4
Daughter
00:03:39

Stone Gossard, Composer - Jeff Ament, Composer - Mike McCready, Composer - Dave Abbruzzese, Composer - Nancy Wilson, Producer, MainArtist - Eddie Vedder, Composer - Innocent Bystander administered by Universal Music Works (GMR), Scribing C-Ment Songs administe, MusicPublisher

2021 Nancy Wilson under exclusive license to Carry On Music LLC 2021 Innocent Bystander administered by Universal Music Works (GMR), Scribing C-Ment Songs administe

5
Party at the Angel Ballroom
00:03:06

Taylor Hawkins, Composer, FeaturedArtist - Nancy Wilson, Composer, Producer, MainArtist - Duff McKagan, Composer, FeaturedArtist - Cobalt, MusicPublisher - Concord Music Publishing, MusicPublisher - Beatle Boots Music administered by Universal Music Corp. (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2021 Nancy Wilson under exclusive license to Carry On Music LLC 2021 Beatle Boots Music administered by Universal Music Corp. (ASCAP), Cobalt, Concord

6
The Boxer
00:04:43

Sammy Hagar, FeaturedArtist - Paul Simon, Composer - Nancy Wilson, Producer, MainArtist - Paul Simon Music administered by Songs of Universal, Inc. (BMI), MusicPublisher

2021 Nancy Wilson under exclusive license to Carry On Music LLC 2021 Paul Simon Music administered by Songs of Universal, Inc. (BMI)

7
Walk Away
00:03:33

Sue Ennis, Composer - Nancy Wilson, Composer, Producer, MainArtist - Sheer Music, MusicPublisher - Beatle Boots Music administered by Universal Music Corp. (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2021 Nancy Wilson under exclusive license to Carry On Music LLC 2021 Beatle Boots Music administered by Universal Music Corp. (ASCAP), Sheer Music

8
The Inbetween
00:04:00

Cameron Crowe, Composer - Nancy Wilson, Composer, Producer, MainArtist - Andy Stoller, Composer - Beatle Boots Music administered by Universal Music Corp. (ASCAP), MusicPublisher - Arrowood Road Songs, MusicPublisher - Mid Chic, MusicPublisher

2021 Nancy Wilson under exclusive license to Carry On Music LLC 2021 Beatle Boots Music administered by Universal Music Corp. (ASCAP), Arrowood Road Songs, Mid Chic

9
Dreams
00:03:31

Nancy Wilson, Producer, MainArtist - Dolores O'Riordan, Composer - Noel Hogan, Composer - Warner Tamerlane Publishing Corp, MusicPublisher - Liv Warfield, FeaturedArtist

2021 Nancy Wilson under exclusive license to Carry On Music LLC 2021 Warner Tamerlane Publishing Corp

10
The Dragon
00:05:21

Nancy Wilson, Composer, Producer, MainArtist - Beatle Boots Music administered by Universal Music Corp. (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2021 Nancy Wilson under exclusive license to Carry On Music LLC 2021 Beatle Boots Music administered by Universal Music Corp. (ASCAP)

11
We Meet Again
00:03:29

Nancy Wilson, Composer, Producer, MainArtist - Beatle Boots Music administered by Universal Music Corp. (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2021 Nancy Wilson under exclusive license to Carry On Music LLC 2021 Beatle Boots Music administered by Universal Music Corp. (ASCAP)

12
4 Edward
00:01:43

Nancy Wilson, Composer, Producer, MainArtist - Beatle Boots Music administered by Universal Music Corp. (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2021 Nancy Wilson under exclusive license to Carry On Music LLC 2021 Beatle Boots Music administered by Universal Music Corp. (ASCAP)

Album Description

After nearly five decades in Heart—the band she shares with her vocalist sister Ann—guitarist Nancy Wilson has pulled off a neat trick: a debut solo studio album that doesn't sound like Heart covers or castoffs. True, she doesn't have Ann's gale-force voice, but it's not needed on candlelight-warm, lovely songs like the title track "You and Me," which lets Nancy's charmingly sibilant "S" pronunciation shine, and the romantic "I'll Find You" (which, if anything, sounds more like a Sheryl Crow song than one from the Heart catalog). But there's no mistaking Nancy's molten guitar on a tenderhearted cover of Bruce Springsteen's 9/11 firefighter tribute "The Rising" or the paisley underground-esque "The Inbetween." The song that comes closest to a Heart number is the ballad "Walk Away"—sultry with high-drama strings—which bears a slight resemblance to "These Dreams," one of the only hits with lead vocals by Nancy herself. The one time you might wish Ann was along for the ride is on the shoulder-shaking, Meatloaf-esque "Party at the Angel Ballroom" ("it's a party in heaven so we can party like hell"). Backed up by Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan and rock-solid Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins, Nancy sounds a bit overwhelmed. But she is right in range on a cover of the Cranberries' foolproof "Dreams" and offers a spitfire take on "Daughter" by fellow Seattle musicians Pearl Jam. A cover of Simon & Garfunkel's "The Boxer" (with Sammy Hagar, not that you can necessarily find him in the mix; is that him hollering "lie-la-lie"?) is faithful but given a more jangling drum beat and almost zydeco feel. Original "The Dragon" finds Nancy cutting loose, both on the guitar and vocals; a tribute to Alice in Chains' singer Layne Staley, who died of an overdose in 2002 after a prolonged decline, the song slinks and stomps as Nancy warns: "Don't you go down, where the dragon waits." It all wraps up with an absolutely beautiful and bluesy-soulful acoustic cut, "4 Edward." Written for Eddie Van Halen, the legendary rock ’n’ roll guitarist who passed away after a stroke in 2020, it forgoes lyrics in favor of Nancy's deft plucking and strumming: her true legacy. © Shelly Ridenour/Qobuz

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