Alive in Seattle

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Alive in Seattle
Video by Heart
Released 10 June 2003
Recorded Paramount Theatre, Seattle, Washington, 8 August 2002
Genre Hard rock
Length 103 min.
Label BMG - Image
Director Dave Diomedi
Producer Katie McNeil, Jordan Berliant
Heart video chronology
The Road Home
(1995)
Alive in Seattle
(2003)
Dreamboat Annie Live
(2007)
Alive in Seattle
Live album by Heart
Released 10 June 2003
Recorded Paramount Theatre, Seattle, Washington, 8 August 2002
Genre Hard rock
Length 99:31
Label Epic/Legacy
Producer Jordan Berliant, Jeff Magid
Heart chronology
The Essential Heart
(2002)
Alive in Seattle
(2003)
Jupiters Darling
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Alive in Seattle is a live DVD and album released in 2003 by the American rock band Heart. The concert featured on this live album is their final concert in Seattle, during Heart's "Summer of Love Tour", which was put on during the Summer of 2002. The show featured many of their greatest hits and some new songs. The soundtrack of the concert was released in a double-CD package.

Track listing[edit]

Disc one
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Crazy on You"   Ann Wilson, Nancy Wilson 5:03
2. "Sister Wild Rose" (new song) A. Wilson, N. Wilson Sue Ennis 3:28
3. "The Witch" (The Sonics cover) Gerry Roslie 2:59
4. "Straight On"   A. Wilson, N. Wilson, Ennis 5:21
5. "These Dreams"   Martin Page, Bernie Taupin 5:38
6. "Mistral Wind"   A. Wilson, N. Wilson, Ennis, Roger Fisher 7:39
7. "Alone"   Tom Kelly, Billy Steinberg 4:58
8. "Dog & Butterfly"   A. Wilson, N. Wilson, Ennis 6:15
9. "Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters" (Elton John cover) Elton John, Taupin 5:50
10. "The Battle of Evermore" (Led Zeppelin cover) Jimmy Page, Robert Plant 5:49
Disc two
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Heaven" (new song) A. Wilson, N. Wilson, Ennis 5:51
2. "Magic Man"   A. Wilson, N. Wilson 6:00
3. "Two Faces of Eve" (new song) A. Wilson, N. Wilson, Ennis 4:16
4. "Love Alive"   A. Wilson, N. Wilson, Fisher 5:52
5. "Break the Rock" (new song) A. Wilson, N. Wilson, Ennis 3:54
6. "Barracuda"   A. Wilson, N. Wilson, Fisher, Michael DeRosier 6:10
7. "Wild Child"   Robert John "Mutt" Lange, Craig Joiner, Anthony Mitman 4:37
8. "Black Dog" (Led Zeppelin cover) Page, Plant, John Paul Jones 6:12
9. "Dreamboat Annie (Reprise)"   A. Wilson, N. Wilson 3:27

Personnel[edit]

Heart[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Doerschuk, Robert L. "Heart - Alive in Seattle review". Allmusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 2014-06-21.