In the Spring of 1977 Ann and Nancy Wilson had taken over the world of hard rock. Their debut album Dreamboat Annie was a huge success, which led to a record label war over the follow up. A contract dispute with their label, Mushroom Records, resulted in the group signing with the newly formed Portrait Records.
Led by Ann's supreme pipes and Nancy's ax-picking finesse Little Queen underscores their dual strengths, on ferocious rockers like "Kick It Out" and "Barracuda" the album has gone on to sell more than 3 million copies worldwide.
Check out this promo film for Little Queen which profiles the album cover shoot, as well as performances of several songs - it also aired on the Midnight Special TV show.
Happy 40th Anniversary!