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Bella Donna Album

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Stevie decided to pursue a solo career around the time of the making of Tusk realizing that she had a lot of songs that she wanted to put out that wouldn’t fit in a band with other writers. Friend, Jimmy Iovine helped to the produce the album at the beginning of 1980 with recording lasting until 1981. Released on July 27, 1981 the debut solo album was a smash hit, peaking at # 1 in September of that year. Four singles were released from the album the first being a duet with (and written by) Tom Petty called Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around. The next would be Leather and Lace which was another duet, this time with Don Henley of The Eagles. One of Stevie’s most well known songs, Edge of Seventeen was the third single which was about the death of her uncle and the murder of John Lennon. Lastly Stevie called back to her original country roots with the final single, After The Glitter Fades.

1. Bella Donna
2. Kind Of Woman
3. Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around
4. Think About It
5. After The Glitter Fades
6. Edge Of Seventeen
7. How Still My Love
8. Leather And Lace
9. Ouside The Rain
10. The Highwayman