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Artist: New England

Title: Walking Wild

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New England Walking Wild Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 1981

Label: GB Music/Elektra

Catalog Number: GB1001


John Fannon vocals, guitar
Hirsh Gardner drums, vocals
Gary Shea bass
Jimmy Waldo keyboards, vocals


1.  Walking Wild  3:33
2.  Holdin' Out on Me  2:35
3.  Don't Ever Let Me Go  3:44
4.  Love's Up in the Air  3:54
5.  DDT  3:02
6.  Get It Up  4:41
7.  L-5  3:50
8.  She's Gonna Tear You Apart  3:36
9.  Elevator  2:50
10.  You're There  3:46
Total Running Time:  35:31

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From: Jez Date: August 27, 2002 at 8:08
3rd release, this time produced by Todd Rundgren and boy can't you tell. Great tracks like Get It Up, Walking Wild and the gorgeous ballad you're there.Not as immediate as the first 2 but well worth perservering with. Now whatever happened to those demos of the unreleased 4th cd!!!

From: koogles Date: August 28, 2002 at 16:33
I'm afraid New England lost their way with this one. The Todd Rundgren influence proved ruinous. A real let-down after the near-perfect "Explorer Suite".

From: Louis Date: April 11, 2003 at 2:02
not as good as explorer suite,but still worth to listening to if you like new england.DDT.elevatorand walking wild good stuff.

From: Tookish Date: October 1, 2004 at 12:55
About the question from Jez, regarding the unreleased demos recorded after Walking Wild - they're a little rough but plenty of great stuff on there, like the riffy "I'm Not Down", the pomp AOR dream come true "Take Your Hands", and especially "Take Another Ride", maybe the best New England song I've ever heard. Also "Heat Of The Ocean" and "I'm In The Middle" are great, although unfinished - Heat only has the verses sung and Middle only the chorus. Would have been a stunning 1982 album !

From: Nick C Date: March 11, 2005 at 15:40
L-5 is my favourite track on this with its great little keyboard flurry at the start. Keyboards and guitar have a fine interplay on the off the wall title track. I think this is a really good album and probably as good as anything else by the band. I've also got a copy of the demos for number four with a track called Take Another Ride leading the album off...it's pretty much the same as Island in the Sun off the 1st Alcatrazz album...but then Jimmy Waldo and Gary Shea went on to them after N.E.

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From: Jez Date: March 12, 2005 at 9:56
Nick C - Any chance of a copy of those demos - been searching for a long time to hear those???

From: ThunderDan Date: June 15, 2005 at 15:51
I thought this one was going to take a few listens to really enjoy it, but it instantly grew on me. Not as strong as the first 2 releases, but still a great listen. Saw them reunite last month for a charity concert in Medford, MA among several other local acts. They played "Holding Out..." and "L5" from this album, and both songs sounded awesome live!

From: dabunsoyn Date: September 6, 2005 at 14:04
Just picked this little beauty up the other day..... what an excellent CD. Very different sound to the first two but choc full of memorable songs and i don't bout you guys, but i like the way they were heading with this. Dare i say it... as good as their first and definately streets ahead of the flabby cheese of explorer suite (title song excepted). In a word...PUKKA!

From: TONI MALLORCA Date: May 24, 2006 at 7:10
aqui bajaron un poco el liston,supongo que seria por la produccion de todd rundgren(este pavo nunca me gusto ni como productor ni como musico)aun asi tiene cortes muy buenos como "loves up in the air" o "elevator" despues de esto se separaron a john fannon se lo trago la tierra y los demas se fueron a currar con alcatraz y ya nunca mas fue lo mismo.

From: gonepro1 Date: June 28, 2007 at 5:49
TOOKISH, i gotta get a copy of those demos!! maybe we can trade.

From: juan carlos Date: November 8, 2007 at 21:44
Tercera entrega de los amigos del AOR amigablemente Pomposo. "Don't Ever Let Me Go" mi preferida y "L-5" tambien en segundo orden. Muy recomendable para fans del AORPomp Punto. 7.8/10

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