Three CD set. Welsh chanteuse Bonnie Tyler's musical career began in 1977 with the country-tinged worldwide hit, 'Lost In France'. Her biggest smashes came in the mid-'80s when she teamed up with Bat Out Of Hell creator, Jim Steinman. Germany was always a big stronghold for Bonnie Tyler, and a new deal there with East West Records led to the release of Free Spirit, in 1995. Featuring songs from a number of established and acclaimed writers, including Frankie Miller and the Scorpions' Rudolph Schenker and Klaus Meine, it included an equally varied array of producers, including ELO's Jeff Lynne. The album is particularly notable for seeing Bonnie teaming up with mentor, Jim Steinman, for the singles 'Making Love (Out Of Nothing At All)', which had previously been a huge hit for Air Supply, plus 'Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad', which had originally been recorded by Meat Loaf for the multi-platinum 'Bat Out Of Hell'. Three years later, Bonnie released her second East West album, All In One Voice. The album was mainly produced by Jimmy Smyth, and featured contributions from Mike Batt (The Wombles, Katie Melua) and Harold Faltermeyer (Beverly Hills Cop). The lead single, 'He's The King', was also used in a popular German TV show of the time The King of St. Pauli, that Bonnie made an appearance in. Always a truly international artist, the second single from the album, 'Heaven' was performed at Sweden's selection show for the Eurovision Song Contest.