Walking on Sunshine is the debut album by new wave band Katrina and the Waves, released in 1983. The album was only released in Canada, but now appears worldwide on the compilation Original Recordings 1983-1984.
Merging Katrina & the Waves' acclaimed but long-deleted Attic Records output, The Original Recordings 1983-1984 collects all of the superb material from the Kimberly Rew-steered outfit's Walking on Sunshine and Katrina & the Waves 2 discs. Stripping away the major-label production that overshadowed the group's subsequent 1985 breakthrough, Waves, this reissue boasts 24 tracks of delightful nostalgia.
Stripping away the major-label production that overshadowed the group's subsequent 1985 breakthrough, Waves, this reissue boasts 24 tracks of delightful nostalgia. Including four previously unreleased nuggets, including a solid take on "River Deep Mountain High," which gets bolstered by vocalist Katrina Leskanich's always solid pipes, this compilation also adds a bonus DVD of live and rare video footage. But the real value is in all of the great music, including primitive, energetic takes on hits like "Going Down to Liverpool," "Do You Want Crying," and.
You can get here The Original Recordings 1983-1984 Album Lyrics, Tracklist, Videos, Cover Picture and More. Katrina & The Waves Katrina & The Waves.
Walking on Sunshine – The Greatest Hits of Katrina and the Waves (1997). The Original Recordings 1983 – 1984 (2003).
Walking on Sunshine: The Greatest Hits of Katrina & the Waves. Katrina & the Waves/Waves. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.
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The Original Recordings 1983-1984. Release group information.
Original Recordings 1983-1984. Katrina & The Waves. 1984 saw a follow-up album, Katrina And The Waves 2, again only in Canada, which included the airplay hit "Mexico" (from bassist De La Cruz), and the excellent "Do You Want Crying" and "One Woman.