Walking in My Sleep

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"Walking in My Sleep"
Single by Roger Daltrey
from the album Parting Should Be Painless
B-side Somebody Told Me
Released 1984
Format 7" vinyl, 12" vinyl, CD
Recorded 1984
Genre Rock
Art rock
New Wave
Length 3:20
Label WEA Records, Atlantic Records
Writer(s) Leslie Adey and Jack Green
Producer(s) Mike Thorne, "Spike"
Roger Daltrey singles chronology
"'Without Your Love'"
"'Walking in My Sleep'"
"'After the Fire'"

"Walking in My Sleep" is a song written by Leslie Adey and Jack Green and recorded by Roger Daltrey from Roger Daltrey's fifth solo album released in 1984. The single was produced by Mike Thorne, with executive producer listed as "Spike". This is presumably the same woman who was credited as executive producer of Pete Townshend's Scoop album, later revealed to be Helen Wilkins.

The single, "Walking in My Sleep", peaked at number 4 on the Billboard's Mainstream Rock Charts and number 40 on the Netherlands's MegaCharts the single also reached #56 on the UK singles charts and #62 on the US singles charts and #19 on the Austrian Singles Charts.[1]

The single's music video featured Ian Dury, who was best known as the lead singer of the British band Ian Dury and the Blockheads.


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  1. ^ Steffen Hung. "Roger Daltrey - Walking In My Sleep". swisscharts.com. Retrieved 2013-10-28.