"Wide Awake in Dreamland" was Pat Benatar's last Rock music oriented album, it was released in 1988.
|Produced by Peter Coleman & Neil Geralda|
Album Packaging / Information:
|Original custom inner sleeve with album details, lyrics and photos.|
Record Label Information:
|12" LP Vinyl Gramophone Record|
Year & Country:
|1988 Made in Germany|
Track Listing of: Pat Benatar - Wide Awake in Dreamland
|Photo of Pat Benatar - Wide Awake in Dreamland Album's Front Cover|
|Photo of the album back cover|
Photo of Pat Benatar on the inner sleeve
Pat Benatar is a renowned American rock singer who rose to fame in the late 1970s and early 1980s with a string of hit songs. With her powerful vocals and charismatic stage presence, she quickly became one of the leading figures in the rock music scene. Over the course of her career, she has released a number of successful albums, won numerous awards, and paved the way for other female rock artists.
Early Life and Career:
Pat Benatar, whose real name is Patricia Mae Andrzejewski, was born in 1953, in Brooklyn, New York. She grew up in a working-class family and began singing at an early age. She joined her first band, the Windstar, while in high school, and later performed with a variety of other bands in the New York City area.
In 1977, Benatar was introduced to producer and songwriter Mike Chapman, who helped her land a record deal with Chrysalis Records. Her first album, "In the Heat of the Night," was released in 1979 and included the hit songs "Heartbreaker" and "I Need a Lover." The album was a commercial success, and Benatar soon became a household name.
Throughout the 1980s, Benatar continued to release successful albums and hit songs, including "Crimes of Passion," "Promises in the Dark," and "Love Is a Battlefield." She also collaborated with her husband, guitarist and songwriter Neil Giraldo, on many of her songs.
Benatar's music often dealt with themes of love, heartbreak, and female empowerment, and her powerful vocals and dynamic stage presence helped to inspire a new generation of female rock musicians. She was known for her tough, no-nonsense attitude and her willingness to push boundaries in a male-dominated industry.
Legacy and Impact:
Pat Benatar's impact on the music industry is still felt today. She has been credited with helping to break down barriers for women in rock music, and her success paved the way for other female artists to follow in her footsteps. She has won numerous awards throughout her career, including four Grammy Awards and multiple American Music Awards, and has sold over 30 million records worldwide.
Benatar has also been recognized for her philanthropic work, including her support of various charitable organizations and her advocacy for women's rights and LGBT rights.
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