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Walking On Ice

by Devonsquare

First national release in 1988 from this songwriting trio. Glorious three part harmonies melt together with top notch folk-pop songs. 2018 is the 30th anniversary of this release on Atlantic Records.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Walking On Ice
4:32 $0.79
2. Black Africa
4:05 $0.79
3. Caffe Lena
4:06 $0.79
4. World Without Walls
4:06 $0.79
5. Chinalight
3:51 $0.79
6. Straightaway
4:25 $0.79
7. The Sandman
4:27 $0.79
8. Las Vegas Brides
3:10 $0.79
9. Elevator Man
3:40 $0.79
10. Just Like Paradise
3:55 $0.79
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Album Notes
For thirty years these three talented singer songwriters from Maine ( Alana MacDonald , Tom Dean, Herb Ludwig ) toured the US and Europe as well as releasing five CD's. A devoted fan base followed these three musicians from coast to coast to hear the shimmering three part harmonies and award winning songs that have earned them an international reputation. They were commonly referred to as the #1 vocal group on the contemporary-folk music circuit.

2018 is the 30th anniversary of this release on Atlantic Records.

.. In 1988, Atlantic Records chairman Ahmet Ertegun heard them and signed them immediately to his record company. Their CD "Walking On Ice" was released to critical acclaim in 1988. Its title track reached the Top 20 on the national AC charts and was a breakthrough NAC hit. They immediately began work on their next CD "Bye Bye Route 66" which was
released in January 1992. This CD spawned the singles "If You Could See Me Now" and "Bye Bye Route 66" which received rave reviews from radio and print media. It also earned them a nomination for "Best New Act" at the
1992 Boston Music Awards.

..From the folk clubs in the sixties and seventies to the major label debut in 1988 on Atlantic Records, this group known for their exceptional songwriting and stunning vocal harmonies has never stopped growing. This band has a lot to sing about and a great way of singing it.



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Boston Globe / Steve Morse (1988)

Devonsquare gets it's big break
Devonsquare, which stands for a defunct square in Portland, Maine, has finally gotten a big break. They managed to slip a demo tape to Ahmet Ertegun, president of Atlantic Records, and he signed them immediately. Atlantic has just released the band's CD, "Walking On Ice" a glowing collection of harmony rich songs which have been gaining national airplay on pop and New Age stations.

--Steve Morse

Betsy Warren

One of my favorite CDs ever!
I absolutely love this album and have now purchased other of their CDs because this CD is so wonderful. I wish they had become recognized by mainstream, they deserve it. This is the kind of band I wish I were in!


excellant as always, sadly they are no more
what voices, what harmony, lana has a gift that defies description

Maureen Goff

Walking On Ice
Each morning as I arrive in the office at 6:30 AM I play Walking on Ice. This wonderful group starts my day off on a peaceful note.....then I am prepared to handle anything that comes my way. Alana\'s mom, Harriet, and I have been friends for years and after just seeing on her trip back to New England I think even more about Devonsquare and the fun time we had at The Cellar Door in Auburn years ago. Miss you all but happy to see you in North Conway for that special night. Moe

Harry Ettlewine

Great album from a great band
This is an album that I literally listened to until I wore it out. There is something mystical about it. Not a boring moment on it


Great music from Maine. One of my alltime favorites...Period!
Saw them live a bunch of years ago. They are AWESOME. Still have Industrial Twilight to get. Lyrically and musically you will find no better!!!!!!!