Watch Heart’s “Barracuda” from New ‘Live at the Royal Albert Hall’ Release

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Heart’s first-ever live performance at the Royal Albert Hall has comes to home video and CD, and you can watch a clip from it below, showing the group performing their massive hit “Barracuda.”

Presented by Eagle Rock Entertainment, Live at the Royal Albert Hall with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra captures the group’s sold-out June 2016 performance at the celebrated venue. The concert is available on DVD, Blu-ray and CD and in digital formats ($21.98 Blu-ray, $16.98 DVD, $13.98 CD). This is the first concert film of Heart performing with a full orchestra. As a bonus feature, this release includes an interview with the band.

In addition to “Barracuda,” Live at the Royal Albert Hall with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra includes Heart’s chart-topping songs like “These Dreams,” “Alone,” “What About Love,” “Magic Man” and “Dreamboat Annie.” The full track list is below.

The line-up for the concert featured singer Ann Wilson and guitarist Nancy Wilson with guitarist Craig Bartock, bassist Dan Rothchild, keyboardist Chris Joyner, drummer Ben Smith and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Nick Davies.

Live at the Royal Albert Hall with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra can be purchased on DVD, Blu-ray and CD. You can watch the trailer for the film here. For more about Eagle Rock Entertainment releases, visit the company’s website.

Track Listing
1. Magic Man
2. Heaven
3. Dreamboat Annie
4. What About Love
5. I Jump
6. Sweet Darlin’
7. Two
8. These Dreams
9. Alone
10. Beautiful Broken
11. Mashallah!
12. Silver Wheels / Crazy On You
13. Sand
14. No Quarter
15. Barracuda
16. Kick It Out



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