Queen of Hearts is the title of a country-pop song written by Hank DeVito, the pedal steel guitarist in Emmylou Harris' backing group The Hot Band, and first recorded by Dave Edmunds on his 1979 album Repeat When Necessary. It was released as a single and reached number 11 in the UK that year. In 1997 a live version of "Queen of Hearts" was featured on the Dave Edmunds compilation album Rockin' . Newton re-recorded "Queen of Hearts" for her 1998 album The Trouble With Angels.

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  • "Queen of Hearts" es una canción escrita por Hank DeVito. La canción apareció en el álbum de 1979 de Dave Edmunds Repeat When Necessary y el sencillo alcanzó el puesto 11 en las listas de popularidad del Reino Unido. Dos años más tarde, Juice Newton lanzó la canción como un sencillo, alcanzando el puesto #2 en las listas de popularidad de los Estados Unidos. La versión de Newton vendió más de un millón de copias y llegó al top 10 de varios países, incluyendo Canadá y Australia. La canción apareció originalmente en su álbum de 1981 Juice. Por su grabación de "Queen of Hearts", Newton obtuvo una nominación al Premio Grammy a la Mejor Interpretación Vocal Femenina - Country en 1982. La canción también aparece en el videojuego Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. (es)
  • Queen of Hearts is the title of a country-pop song written by Hank DeVito, the pedal steel guitarist in Emmylou Harris' backing group The Hot Band, and first recorded by Dave Edmunds on his 1979 album Repeat When Necessary. It was released as a single and reached number 11 in the UK that year. In 1997 a live version of "Queen of Hearts" was featured on the Dave Edmunds compilation album Rockin' . Following an appearance of the 1980 Rodney Crowell album But What Will the Neighbors Think, on which the song's composer Hank DeVito played guitar, "Queen of Hearts" had its highest profile incarnation via its inclusion on the 1981 album Juice by Juice Newton who'd recall: "I did ['Queen of Hearts'] live for about a year...Then I brought it to [producer] Richard Landis when we started the Juice album. He wasn’t convinced at that point that it was a breakout song but I told him I think this is a real cool song… so we cut it." Newton's own favorite cut on the Juice album, "Queen of Hearts" was issued as the album's second single and would afford Newton her career record reaching #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks in September 1981, only behind "Endless Love" by Diana Ross and Lionel Richie. And while it was still at #2 Newton's "Queen of Hearts" was certified Gold for domestic sales of one million units. "Queen of Hearts" also afforded Newton an international hit with Top Ten hit status in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa and Switzerland and more moderate success in Austria, Germany and the Netherlands. For her recording of the song, Juice Newton earned a 1982 Grammy nomination for Best Female Vocalist in the C&W category, "Queen of Hearts" having been a #14 C&W hit. Newton re-recorded "Queen of Hearts" for her 1998 album The Trouble With Angels. "Queen of Hearts" is featured prominently in Oliver Stone's 1986 film Salvador, as well as in the video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas in which it plays on the fictional radio station K-Rose. The song is also featured in the film Boogie Nights (1997). It appears as source music in the first episode of The Americans, a 2013 television series set during the first Reagan administration. (en)
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  • "Queen of Hearts" es una canción escrita por Hank DeVito. La canción apareció en el álbum de 1979 de Dave Edmunds Repeat When Necessary y el sencillo alcanzó el puesto 11 en las listas de popularidad del Reino Unido. Dos años más tarde, Juice Newton lanzó la canción como un sencillo, alcanzando el puesto #2 en las listas de popularidad de los Estados Unidos. La versión de Newton vendió más de un millón de copias y llegó al top 10 de varios países, incluyendo Canadá y Australia. La canción apareció originalmente en su álbum de 1981 Juice. Por su grabación de "Queen of Hearts", Newton obtuvo una nominación al Premio Grammy a la Mejor Interpretación Vocal Femenina - Country en 1982. La canción también aparece en el videojuego Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. (es)
  • Queen of Hearts is the title of a country-pop song written by Hank DeVito, the pedal steel guitarist in Emmylou Harris' backing group The Hot Band, and first recorded by Dave Edmunds on his 1979 album Repeat When Necessary. It was released as a single and reached number 11 in the UK that year. In 1997 a live version of "Queen of Hearts" was featured on the Dave Edmunds compilation album Rockin' . Newton re-recorded "Queen of Hearts" for her 1998 album The Trouble With Angels. (en)
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