Dire Straits – On Every Street (Hybrid SACD)

Dire Straits – On Every Street (Hybrid SACD)

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

Manu Katché – drums and percussion (7, 11) [click here to see more vinyl & SACD featuring Manu Katché]

Alan Clark – keyboards, string conductor (9)

Guy Fletcher – keyboards, backing vocals

John Illsley – bass

Phil Palmer – guitars

Vince Gill – guitar and backing vocals (5)

Paul Franklin – pedal steel guitar, acoustic lap steel guitar (6)

Jeff Porcaro – drums, percussion

Danny Cummings – percussion

Chris White – flute, saxophones

George Martin – string arranger and conductor (9)

All songs written by Mark Knopfler


1 Hybrid SACD,  Mini-LP Gatefold Package

Limited numbered edition



Label : Mobile FidelIty

Original Label : Vertigo

Recorded November 1990 – May 1991 at AIR Studios, London

Engineered by Chuck Ainlay and Bill Schnee

Mixed by Neil Dorfsman (1-6, 8-11), Bob Clearmountain (7)

Produced by Mark Knopfler, Dire Straits

Mastered by Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab

Originally released in September 1991

Reissued in 2023



  1. Calling Elvis
  2. On Every Street
  3. When It Comes To You
  4. Fade To Black
  5. The Bug
  6. You And Your Friend
  7. Heavy Fuel
  8. Iron Hand
  9. Ticket To Heaven
  10. My Parties
  11. Planet Of New Orleans
  12. 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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