She Said No - Hammerhead Shark - Bonus Tracks Added to re-release. GoldMine - Thoughts on the Recording of "Walking On a Wire". Original release in Eric: The making of "Walking on a Wire" was a culmination of two lifetimes of big dreams and, at the same time, in so many ways, a beginning.
He coached us at the beginning of the intense nineteen-day process that we would have "no time for bad days, no time for bad moods and no time for bad work. Dan: We were so anxious to make a record, we couldn't quite contain ourselves.
We tried to play it cool, like on a first date -- joy, tension and anticipation. It was a song in which a lover pleaded with his or her partner to stop fighting in order to preserve the relationship. The new tracks were in the same vein of the old ones, and the album remained a pleasant, but slight collection.
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On the night, we were excited, awkward and not a little bit terrified. Once onstage, we simply closed our eyes and jumped. It was a watershed concert for us, the first to show us we could really "do it".Thoughts on the Recording of "Walking On a Wire" (Original release in ) Eric: The making of "Walking on a Wire" was a culmination of two lifetimes of big dreams and, at the same time, in so many ways, a beginning. We were, with Jim Scott's invaluable help, inventing ourselves as Lowen & Navarro. He coached us at the beginning of the intense nineteen-day process that we would have "no time.