Dire Straits – On Every Street
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Dire Straits – On Every Street (2LP, 45RPM)

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Mark Knopfler – vocals, guitars [see more vinyl featuring Mark Knopfler]

Manu Katché – drums and percussion (C1, D2) [click here to see more vinyl featuring Manu Katché]

Alan Clark – keyboards, string conductor (C3)

Guy Fletcher – keyboards, backing vocals

John Illsley – bass

Phil Palmer – guitars

Vince Gill – guitar and backing vocals (B2)

Paul Franklin – pedal steel guitar, acoustic lap steel guitar (B3)

Jeff Porcaro – drums, percussion

Danny Cummings – percussion

Chris White – flute, saxophones

George Martin – string arranger and conductor (C3)

All songs written by Mark Knopfler


2 LPs, Gatefold jacket

Limited numbered edition

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”



Record Press : RTI

Label : Mobile Fidelty

Original Label : Vertigo

Recorded November 1990 – May 1991 at AIR Studios, London

Engineered by Chuck Ainlay and Bill Schnee

Mixed by Neil Dorfsman (A1-B3, C2-D2), Bob Clearmountain (C1)

Produced by Mark Knopfler, Dire Straits

Mastered by Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab

Originally released in September 1991

Reissued in 2023 (first release at 45RPM)



Side A:

  1. Calling Elvis
  2. On Every Street
  3. When It Comes To You

Side B:

  1. Fade To Black
  2. The Bug
  3. You And Your Friend

Side C:

  1. Heavy Fuel
  2. Iron Hand
  3. Ticket To Heaven

Side D:

  1. My Parties
  2. Planet Of New Orleans
  3. How Long


      Reviews :

      “It took Mark Knopfler more than six years to craft a follow up to Dire Straits' international chart-topper, Brothers In Arms, but though On Every Street sold in the expected multi-millions worldwide on the back of the band's renown and a year-long tour, it was a disappointment. Knopfler remained a gifted guitar player with tastes in folk ("Iron Hand"), blues ("Fade To Black"), and rockabilly ("The Bug"), among other styles, but much of the album was low-key to the point of being background music. The group had long-since dwindled to original members Knopfler and bassist John Illsley, plus a collection of semi-permanent sidemen who provided support but no real musical chemistry. The closest thing to a successor to "Money For Nothing," the big hit from Brothers In Arms, was the sarcastic rocker "Heavy Fuel." It became an album rock radio favorite (though not a chart single), and fans still filled stadiums to hear "Sultans Of Swing," but On Every Street was not the comeback it should have been.” AllMusic Review by William Ruhlmann


      Ratings :

      AllMusic : 2 / 5 

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