Walking the Wire

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Walking the Wire
Studio album by Dan Seals
Released May 12, 1992
Genre Country
Length 35:30
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Kyle Lehning
Dan Seals chronology
Greatest Hits
Walking the Wire
Fired Up
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars [1]

Walking the Wire is an album released by American country music singer Dan Seals. It was his first for the Warner Brothers label (ironically, the same label his older brother, Jim Seals, was once signed with as one half of Seals & Crofts). This album was a commercial failure. Three of its five singles charted, which were "Sweet Little Shoe" (peaked at #62), "Mason Dixon Line" (peaked at #43), and "When Love Comes Around the Bend" (peaked at #51). The other two singles, "We Are One" and the non-album single "Good Goodbye" failed to chart. After this album, Dan Seals became a touring artist for the remainder of the 1990s. This album is currently out of print.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Mason Dixon Line" (Dan Seals)
  2. "When Love Comes Around the Bend" (Josh Leo, Pam Tillis, Mark Wright)
  3. "Someone Else's Dance" (Parker McGee)
  4. "Sneaky Moon" (Bill LaBounty)
  5. "A Good Rain" (Charlie Black, Jenny Yates)
  6. "Sweet Little Shoe" (Jesse Winchester)
  7. "Slower" (Tony Arata)
  8. "Maybe That's Why" (Allen Shamblin)
  9. "The Wire" (Seals)
  10. "We Are One" (Seals)


Year Single US
1991 "Sweet Little Shoe" 62 87
1992 "Mason Dixon Line" 43 66
"When Love Comes Around the Bend" 51 93
"We Are One" - -


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