The Canadian pop/rock band Change of Heart formed in 1982 and held alive for nearly two fulfilling decades before calling a finish towards the ride, and leaving the roller coaster cars empty. On the way, associates of the group included business lead vocalist Ian Blurton, drummers Ron Duffy and John Richardson, bassists Rob Taylor and John Borra, percussionist Mike Armstrong, and keyboardist Bernard Maiezza. Transformation of Heart documented several noteworthy albums over those years, creating a solid pursuing in Canada, and crossing in to the USA. In 1986, the music group recorded their initial two full-length functions, Northwind and 50 Foot. Up. That same big calendar year also noticed the group touring effectively, landing gigs starting for other works, and focusing on their first music video. More than the next 10 years, other albums to enter the market, including Slowdance in 1987, Soapbox in 1989, Smile in 1992, Tummysuckle in 1995, and Steelteeth in 1997. The music on these albums crossed from pop to hard rock and roll to something nearly kin to punk, but hardly ever failed to display the skill of the people in the lineup. It is not astonishing that music critics provided a lot of the function reviews that are positive. The group disbanded in November, 1997.