Jamie Walters (album)
|Studio album by Jamie Walters|
|Released||September 20, 1994|
|Jamie Walters chronology|
|Singles from Jamie Walters|
Jamie Walters is the self-titled debut from actor/singer, Jamie Walters. The album's first single "Hold On," reached #16 on the Billboard Hot 100. It placed at #52 on the Billboard Year-End Hot 100 singles of 1995 list. The album sold over 1 million copies and was certified platinum.
- "Hold On" (Steve Tyrell, Kevin Savigar, Stephanie Tyrell, Jamie Walters) - 4:25
- "The Comfort of Strangers" (Steve Tyrell, Kevin Savigar, Stephanie Tyrell) - 4:57
- "The Distance" (Steve Tyrell, Kevin Savigar, Stephanie Tyrell) - 4:52
- "Why" (Zachary Throne, Jamie Walters) - 3:48
- "Drive Me" (Steve Tyrell, Michael Landau, Kevin Savigar, Stephanie Tyrell) - 4:46
- "Neutral Ground" (Randall Bramblett, Davis Causey) - 4:21
- "I Know the Game" (Steve Tyrell, Kevin Savigar, Stephanie Tyrell) - 4:05
- "Release Me" (Graham Parker) - 3:58
- "No Rhyme, No Reason" (Randall Bramblett, Davis Causey) - 4:18
- "Perfect World" (Steve Tyrell, Kevin Savigar, Stephanie Tyrell) - 4:50
Allmusic writer Sara Sytsma gave it three out of five stars and was given an "Album Pick" tag, calling it "a well-produced collection of mainstream, adult contemporary-oriented pop/rock." But commented that Walters "doesn't possess a great voice, but the producers of the album are quite talented; in their hands, he sounds very good."
|U.S. Billboard 200||70|
When asked about this tour Reb Beach answered:
"Jamie Walters was THE funnest tour I ever did. It was just Jamie and I, first class all the way through Europe. Jamie and I became great friends and we wrote the song "You" together. With the exception of Kip Winger, he is probably my favorite person in the world (meaning "male person")."
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