Stevie Nicks

ALBUM REVIEW: Stevie Nicks – Street Angel

Stevie Nicks Street Angel 1994★★
PRODUCERS: Thom Panunzio & Stevie Nicks
Modern/Atlantic 92246

Like that cherub of the title track, Nicks’ ethereal drift on her new album is firmly tethered to an altogether solid collection of pop-rock songs. That always pretty, gritty voice is perfectly paired here with attractive melodies and grumbling guitars, as on highlights “Maybe Love Will Change Your Mind,” “Blue Denim,” and slightly offbeat “Rose Garden” a country-flavored ballad lightly peppered with Hammond organ.

Billboard / June 18, 1994

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Stevie Says...
If I'm not vulnerable, I won't ever wrote any more songs about vulnerability, and then what am I doing? I need to help people. I need make people believe that it's all right to be vulnerable and to be a little naive, and to be still sweet and kind and good.

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