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by Jake Brown


Jake Brown has published 15 books, including "50 Cent: No Holds Barred"," Biggie Smalls: Ready to Die," "Dr. Dre: In the Studio," "Suge Knight: The Rise, Fall and Rise of Death Row Records," "Tupac: In the Studio" (authorized b. .

Jake Brown has published 15 books, including "50 Cent: No Holds Barred"," Biggie Smalls: Ready to Die," "Dr. Dre: In the Studio," "Suge Knight: The Rise, Fall and Rise of Death Row Records," "Tupac: In the Studio" (authorized by the estate), as well as titles on Kanye West, R. Kelly, Jay-Z, and non-hip-hop titles. Start reading Heart: In the Studio on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.

Jake Brown is the owner of Versailles Records and the author of 16 books, including Dr. Dre: In the Studio, Heart: In the Studio, and Suge Knight: The Rise, Fall and Rise of Death Row Records. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Profiling one of the most popular and enduring female-fronted hard rock bands in rock 'n' roll, this book offers a backstage pass to the writing and recording of all of Heart’s hit albums and smash singles. Featuring exclusive interviews with band leaders Ann and Nancy Wilson, this rock history also includes insights from longtime guitarist Howard Leese, as well as interviews with the producers who helped craft Heart's hits, including Mike Flicker, Ron Nevison, Keith Olsen, and Ritchie Zito. Categories: Education.

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With more Top 10 hits than any other female-fronted music group in history, beginning with such ’70s classics as “Crazy on You,” “Barracuda,’” “Magic Man,” and “Straight On,” Rolling Stone hailed Heart’s “sister team of Nancy and Ann Wilson…[for] shrewdly pulling off a Led Zep role reversal,” while still succeeding in mainstream Top 40 Radio. The band rode a second wave of even greater commercial success throughout the 1980s, producing such smash hits as “These Dreams,’” “Who You Gonna Run To?”, “Alone,” “Never,” “Stranded,” “There’s the Girl,” “What About Love?”, and “All I Wanna Do (Is Make Love to You)”, going on to sell a cumulative 30+ million albums worldwide! Now, for the first time, inside the pages of Heart: In the Studio, fans get the V.I.P. access behind the scenes of the writing and recording of all of Heart’s hit albums and smash singles! This title features exclusive interviews with band leaders Ann and Nancy Wilson, longtime guitarist Howard Leese, as well as with producers Mike Flicker, Ron Nevison, Keith Olsen, and Ritchie Zito. This study of Heart’s hit-making process in the studio is the first of its kind, and sure to be a must-have for any Heart fan!

Jockahougu
This book *really* could have used a proofreader in that there are so many errors in regards to names and phrases, plus from a historical perspective there's a few things I find suspect, such as Mike Fisher's story about being the first to utilize multi-machine recording, when you can look at any technical magazine from at least two years prior and see ads for SMPTE timecode (spelled phonetically in error in the book) rigs which allowed an engineer to sync up to 48 tracks. But beyond such things it is an interesting book regarding the making of Heart's albums, with some definitely candid comments. Anyone who is a fan of the history of the band and the minutiae thereof would find something of value.
Mitars Riders
There are some interesting parts to this book, but I found so many factual errors (not to mention spelling errors) that it's credibility is pretty low. The most galling "errors" include several instances of printing comments from Rolling Stone Album reviews out of context. Reviews for the 1985 Heart album, Passionworks, and Brigade were all poor in Rolling Stone, yet Jake Brown selectively took sentences from them that made it appear as though they were given sensational reviews. The most blantant of these is a line from the RS Passionworks review which says "Only the most insistent Heart fans will find much to cheer about here" whereas Jake wrote it as "The most insistent Heart fans will find much to cheer about", making it sound like an outstanding review.

There are a number of good stories in this book, but after noticing so many errors and downright falsehoods I have to wonder whether any of the stories are actually accurate.
Marilore
Like the other reviewers, this is a great book for fans. Some previously unknown stuff is brought out for each album, details we like and rarely find. But the mistakes are common and terrible. Names of people and equipment were often screwed up - the spelling of "Nevison" and "Levison" used in the same paragraph! Obviously no one proofread this book. (I was confused when he talked about two studios "Can Base" and "Mushroom", but I did online research and found it was the same place, but they didn't mention this in the book.)

Technical details ARE nice for those of us musicians who care, like the famous "Recording the Beatles" book - it shows how the technique affects a record's sound - like the first Heart album and why it sounds so good. But the writer doesn't really know the technical side, so the explanations are jumbled - confusing both the technical and average reader.

This book could do with a BIG rewrite....
SoSok
Being a long time fan of "Heart" and loving their music for the past 3 decades, I was really looking forward to reading this book in the hopes of finding out what kinds of individuals could produce such gold. What I got instead was alot of technical jargon pertaining to the nuts and bolts of recording studio data. If you're a professional in the recording industry this might be of interest to you. This book's content is about 90% recording studio jargon and 10% about the band itself. I considered it mostly a waste of time and money. Better to just turn on my ipod and immerse myself in the music and draw my own conclusions:-)
Memuro
This book is highly informative, especially if you're a producer looking to use certain equipment. Technical details tend to go on far too long. The casual fan/reader will easily get lost. There's little explanation as to why the equipment is used or as to the ideas behind the wiring techniques in some cases. Much of it means nothing to me.

There are glaring editing mistakes sprinkled throughout. For example, Wynonna's name is misspelled and spelled differently on the same page. Some of the album sales information is also a little bit off, as if the writer is interjecting wishful views into certain parts of Heart's ups and downs. Completely skipped over is the recording of Heart's stellar 1995 album "The Road Home", or the 2003 release of "Alive In Seattle".

The book is lacking strongly in two areas. The first, stories behind the songs. What was the inspiring spark? Not just of the best known 1970s hits any fan can recite, but the stories behind songs the band wrote in the 1980s to the present. The other missing link is Ann & Nancy's side of the story. Life-long friend and co-writer Sue Ennis fills in gaps wonderfully, as does long time guitarist Howard Leese, however, Ann & Nancy's comments are reduced to magazine article quotes for the most part, especially the further into their career you read. Did they have no interest in sharing the glory of their successes? They offer up none of their personal views of the pressures of recording. It's all second hand information, and praise for the most part. (What happens on an off day? How do you go about choosing the final tracks for an album if you've recorded two times too many to fit?) For example, there's a story about the recording of Mutt Lang's (of Def Leppard) material. In view of that story, what was his reaction to his music being completely rearranged into an acoustic setting on "The Road Home"? Or, why present the image the band loves a new album ("Heart, "Bad Animals", "Brigade", "Desire Walks On") upon its release, and years later, feel the need to look back on such incredible work with such disdain?

I recommend any fan pick up this book. Simply beware of holding some parts of it as definitive gospel. If you have a good memory, or stacks of magazines and fanclub newsletters to sift through, the mistakes will be very easy to find. The story presented in this book takes human beings and turns them into unapproachable gods simply because of the lacking parts. If those holes were filled in, this book might be a complete band autobiography. Maybe it's time something of that nature was penned. Otherwise, "Heart - In The Studio" still receives high marks from me! Even with its flaws, it's time the sisters Wilson were given the recognition they so richly deserve.
Heart: In the Studio ebook
Author:
Jake Brown
Category:
Music
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ECW Press (June 1, 2008)
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265 pages
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