Blind Faith (Walk on Fire album)

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Blind Faith
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Studio album by
Recorded1988-1989, Hook End Manor & The Virgin Manor, Oxford, England
ProducerWalter Turbitt
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Blind Faith is the debut record by British rock band Walk on Fire. It was released in 1989 on MCA and featured production by Walter Turbitt, who was known for his work with The Cars. It had two minor hits, the title track and "Wastelands" and also features a song co-written by Trevor Rabin, who was knee-deep in his career with Yes.

After the album's release, the band toured extensively with Foreigner, The Dan Reed Network, RATT and Nils Lofgren, but commercial success eluded them (despite favorable reviews) and the band were dropped by MCA.

Since then a second album by Walk On Fire entitled 'Mind Over Matter' was released April 2017 on Escape Music Ltd.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Blind Faith (Dave Cairns) 4:44
  2. Wastelands (Cairns) 4:40
  3. Crime Of Loving You (Cairns) 4:13
  4. Tell It Like It Is (Cairns, Alan King, Dennis Smith) 4:14
  5. Caledonia (King) 4:36
  6. Hearts Of Gold (Cairns) 5:03
  7. Hands Of Time (Cairns) 4:52
  8. Hungry For Heaven (Cairns) 4:01
  9. Miracle Of Life (Cairns) 4:45
  10. Close My Eyes (Cairns) 4:55


  • The song "Miracle Of Life" and "Wastlelands" were written solely by David Cairns (as the album credits and PRS confirm) and does not feature co-writing credits from Mark Mancina and Trevor Rabin (then guitarist for wildly popular band Yes). Mancina and Rabin also co-wrote a track of the same name for Yes's album Union. Oddly enough, the title(s) are merely coincidental, as the two songs are nothing alike.


Walk on Fire[edit]

  • Alan King: Vocals
  • Mike Casswell: Acoustic & electric guitars
  • Dave Cairns: Keyboards, additional acoustic & electric guitars
  • Phil Williams: Bass, backing vocals
  • John Henderson: Drums

Additional personnel[edit]

  • Keith Airey: Guitars
  • Richard Cottle, Tim Moore, Peter Vitesse: Keyboards
  • Graham Edwards: Bass
  • Steve Ferrone: Drums, Percussion
  • Andy Caine, Gary Dyson, Scott Gilman, "The Faithettes": Backing Vocals


  • Produced By Walter Turbitt
  • Recorded & Engineered By Peter Jones & Walter Turbitt
  • Assistant Engineer: Mark Wessel
  • Mastered By Greg Calbi

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