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1991 Dire Straits – On Every Street

Dire Straits , Jeffrey Porcaro

On Every Street was released on 9 September 1991, more than six years after the band’s previous album, Brothers in Arms , and was Dire Straits’ sixth and final studio album. It was released to mixed reviews and was not as popular – or as successful – as its predecessor, though it had still sold more than 15 million copies worldwide by 2008. It reached number 12 in the United States and number one in the United Kingdom and numerous European countries; it was particularly successful in France, selling nearly two million copies. The album was produced by Mark Knopfler and Dire Straits.

By this time, the band comprised Knopfler, John Illsley, Alan Clark, Guy Fletcher and Chris White, and the album features session musicians including Paul Franklin, Phil Palmer, Danny Cummings and American drummer Jeff Porcaro from Toto.

Dire Straits promoted the album with a gruelling world tour which lasted until the end of 1992. The group disbanded in 1995, after which Mark Knopfler pursued a solo career and released his debut album Golden Heart in 1996 (not counting previously released soundtracks), and has released many solo records since.

[themify_box color=”white” icon=”note”]“I was friends with Jeff, and we’d always say how nice it would be to share one album. I remember when we did Heavy Fuel (Dire Straits/On every street), Mark Knopfler told me he’d recorded it with Jeff but he wanted to try it again with me. I heard Jeff’s performance, and I remember saying, ‘What else do you want? This is fucking great’.”

“But he told me he wanted to try another approach. I sat behind the drums, and it’s a heavy groove, which is not very me so at first I felt awkward, but then I thought, ‘This guy has called me to play on his record, so I guess he wants my style’, which is a busy style, splashes and toms all over the kit.”

“All of a sudden, I looked up at the control room and saw Mark jumping around. Before then, [our relationship] had been a bit more difficult than with Sting and Peter, but after we recorded that track it was great – we went to the pub!” Manu Katche[/themify_box]

1  Calling Elvis (Mark Knopfler) 6:25 2  On Every Street (Mark Knopfler) 5:03 3  When It Comes To You (Mark Knopfler) 5:02 4  Fade To Black (Mark Knopfler) 3:49 5  The Bug (Mark Knopfler) 4:17 6  You And Your Friend (Mark Knopfler) 5:58 7  Heavy Fuel (Mark Knopfler) 4:57 8  Iron Hand (Mark Knopfler) 3:09 9  Ticket To Heaven (Mark Knopfler) 4:25 10  My Parties (Mark Knopfler) 5:32 11  Planet Of New Orleans (Mark Knopfler) 7:47 12 How Long (Mark Knopfler) 3:52

Liner Notes

Producer – Dire Straits, Mark Knopfler Conductor (Strings) – Alan Clark, George Martin Engineer – Bill Schnee, Chuck Ainlay Engineer (Assistant) – Andy Strange, Jack Joseph Puig, Steve Orchard Mastered By – Bob Ludwig Mixed By – Neil Dorfsman (Tracks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12) Mixed By – Bob Clearmountain (Track 7) Mixed By (Assisted By) – Avril Mackintosh

Design – Paul Cummins, Sutton Cooper Photography By (Sleeve Photograph) – Paul Williams

Phonographic Copyright (p) – Phonogram Ltd. (London) Copyright (c) – Phonogram Ltd. (London) Lacquer Cut At – PRS Baarn Recorded At – Air Studios Mastered At – Masterdisk

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  • September 9, 2021

30 Years Ago Today: Revisiting Dire Straits’ Final Studio LP ‘On Every Street’

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Despite the co-production credit for On Every Street (released 9/9/91), shared between Mark Knopfler and the group, Dire Strait s had long ceased to be a bonafide band by the time this last record under that moniker was released. The chief composer/singer/guitarist retained usage of the name for obvious reasons, commercial and otherwise, but by the time of this release three decades ago—after a three-year hiatus in the wake of the tremendous success of Brothers In Arms — he had already begun to craft soundtracks for films-see the latter for Local Hero a year after Straits’ Love Over Gold in 1982. 

Knopfler had also already begun his solo career on another front by this time, forming the country-oriented band he called Notting Hillbillies in a style at all dissimilar to the rockabilly likes of this album’s opener “Calling Elvis” or the equally good-natured (and comparably lacking in substance throwaway) “The Bug.” A member of that side-project himself, Paul Franklin on pedal steel is prominent through much of Street , but the readily-recognizable electric guitar of Knopfler’s remains a calling card of sorts (along with the Dylanesque mumble of his vocals). As do the production touches of electric piano and panoramic synthesizer imprinted on this opening cut, both elements easily discernible via the mixing of long-time engineer Neil Dorfsman (and both expert masterings by Bob Ludwig).

The quartet credited for On Every Street is a different band than the one Mark had fronted with his brother David, bassist John Illsley and drummer Pick Withers. That lineup had splintered during the recording of Making Movies , and while recruiting keyboardist Roy Bittan from Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band maintained some of the chemistry of the original foursome, there is really no pretense to such unity here except in the credits: specifically referencing Illsley, keyboardist Alan Clark and multi-instrumentalist Guy Fletcher (also a Hillbilly), those details make reference to the ‘invaluable contributions’ of country guitarist/vocalist Vince Gill and Toto drummer Jeff Porcaro. 

Unlike the core four, these high-profile musicians had not been part of previous Dire Straits tours, but the twelve tracks comprising this LP nonetheless build with the discernible momentum of a well-paced concert. Precise acoustic guitar work adorns “Iron Hand” and “You And Your Friend,” that intimacy in contrast to the sumptuous orchestration of strings of “Ticket to Heaven”as well as the horn accents on  “My Parties.” Meanwhile, after a couple of instances of merely percolating near the end of, for instance, “When It Comes To You,” Mark Knopfler cuts loose with some fiery electric guitar on “Planet of New Orleans.” In addition, arranger/hornman Chris White’s parlays a robust sax solo there, pinpointing how skillful at making records the titular leader of Dire Straits had become.

More than a little akin to a subdued concert encore, the near-solo rendition of “How Long” that immediately follows is one of the direct personal expressions of Knopfler’s here. Likewise in contrast to the detached cinematic likes of the title song, the near-pure blues of “Fade To Black” carries a thinly- disguised bitterness,, but that only adds a human touch to a record that otherwise comes off impersonal during arch character portraits like “Heavy Fuel.” 

Casting an eye toward similarity in the indigo-themed cover graphics between this sixth and final Dire Straits album and its uber-selling predecessor, the retrospect of thirty years clarifies the consummate style with which this band bowed out.

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Former Dire Straits Members Unite as ‘Dire Straits Legacy’ for U.S. Tour

By Andy Greene

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As Mark Knopfler proved this year by not even showing up  when his band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Dire Straits are never, ever getting back together. However, that’s not stopping past members, including keyboardist Alan Clark, percussionist Danny Cummings, saxophonist Mel Collins and guitarist Phil Palmer, from hitting the road in late September for a tour under the banner DSL Dire Straits Legacy. The group will be joined by Heartbreakers drummer Steve Ferrone and the Buggles’ Trevor Horn on bass along with Marco Caviglia on vocals and Primiano DiBiase on keyboards.

“The DSL Dire Straits Legacy project was born from our love and respect for the music of Dire Straits, and to bring the music to fans who have been starved of hearing it played live by the musicians who made it, for far too long,” Clark and Collins said in a statement. “Now, after many requests, we’re coming to the US! Along with all the Dire Straits hits, we’ll also be playing one or two songs from our new album 3 Chord Trick , and a couple of other tunes we’ve been involved with. See you there!”

Former members of Dire Straits have toured together in recent years under various names, including the Straits, but this is the first time they’ve come to North America. Their South American tour earlier in the year was packed with Dire Straits classics like “Walk of Life,” “Money For Nothing” and “Romeo & Juliet.”

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None of this has sat well with bassist John Illsley, the only member of Dire Straits besides Knopfler to endure through every incarnation of the group.   “I said to them, ‘If you’re going to do it, will you please call it something else,'” he told Rolling Stone last year , referring to their incarnation as the Straits. “‘It would be like some people coming together and calling themselves the Stones or the Floyd. You can’t really do that. You were members of the band for a while, but you don’t own the name. You have no ownership. Can you please it call it something else? Call it what it is, which is basically a tribute act.’ There’s a lot of tribute acts. That’s what happens when there’s a vacuum. You just have to accept that, but I found it very difficult. It didn’t last very long.”

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It’s unclear if Illsley is satisfied now that they are called DSL Dire Straits Legacy, but the addition of Horn to the lineup does pose some intriguing questions regarding the setlist, especially since they pledged to play “a couple of other tunes we’ve been involved with.” As the frontman of the Buggles, Horn was the lead vocalist on their classic “Video Killed The Radio Star.” He also fronted Yes for their 1980 LP Drama . And with Ferrone in the lineup, there could potentially be a show that features Tom Petty’s “You Wreck Me,” Yes’ “Machine Messiah” and “Video Killed The Radio Star” in addition to all the Dire Straits tunes. As weird as that sounds, we now live in a world where Vince Gill is in the Eagles and Neil Finn is touring with Fleetwood Mac .

As Knopfler and Illsley would be the first to point out, many members of DSL Dire Straits Legacy had very brief tenures in Dire Straits: Mel Collins, best known for his work in King Crimson, didn’t play on any studio albums and was only around for the 1982/83 Love Over Gold tour. Danny Cummings and Phil Palmer only contributed to 1991’s On Every Street and its supporting tour. Alan Clark had, by far, the longest stint in the Dire Straits, playing with them from 1980 until the final show in 1992.

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September 26 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern September 28 – Riverside, CA @ Fox Performing Arts Center September 29 – St. Charles, MO @ Family Arena October 2 – St. Charles, IL @ Arcada Theatre October 4 – Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Parker Playhouse October 5 – St. Petersburg, FL @ Mahaffey Theater October 6 – Westbury, NY @ NYCB Theater At Westbury

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On September 9, 1991, the band released a new studio record for what turned out to be the last time.

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We didn’t know it at the time, but in September 1991, we witnessed the sight of Dire Straits  entering the US album chart with a new studio record for the last time. The band’s sixth and (it turned out) final studio release On Every Street,  released on September 9, debuted on the UK survey at No.1.

The LP arrived all of six years and four months after their record-smashing, multi-million-seller of 1985,  Brothers In Arms ,  and was followed by an exhaustive world tour. It was that gruelling itinerary that made Mark Knopfler realise once and for all that the world of stadia shows, giant arenas and massive touring entourages and rigs was no longer one he wanted to live in.

As we know, Dire Straits never issued a formal statement to announce that they were splitting, but a strong clue had arrived with his 1990 splinter group the Notting Hillbillies, and their album Missing…Presumed Having A Good Time . By 1995, Knopfler was committed to his work outside of Dire Straits, and finally released his first non-soundtrack solo studio record, Golden Heart , a year later.

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On Every Street is not every fan’s idea of the perfect final chapter in the Straits story. But it produced a number of memorable songs, notably the lead single “Calling Elvis,” one of many showcases for Mark’s ever-nimble rock guitar lead lines. Three further releases from the album followed in the characteristically rocky “Heavy Fuel,” the reflective title track, and the rock’n’roll-flavored “The Bug.” Other lesser-known gems include the low-key “Fade To Black” and “You And Your Friend.”

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The album debuted at No.1 on the UK chart the week before its US entry, replacing Paul Young’s singles collection From Time To Time at the top. The Dire Straits record spent a further four weeks in the UK Top 10 and 27 in its first run on the chart overall, which eventually grew to an aggregate of 36. Just ten days after its debut in the band’s home country, the album was double platinum there. Meanwhile, in the States, it climbed to No.12 and became another million-seller in the Dire Straits story.

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anthony burokas

September 23, 2015 at 4:22 am

It was also 10 years ago that my wife walked down the isle to Mark Knopfler’s theme to the Princess Bride. Will be seeing him in concert in Dallas this Saturday and wonder if there’s a chance he could play the theme there for us… 10 years to the day (+1).

What are the odds of that happening?

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December 11, 2016 at 11:30 pm

Dire Straits is and always will the best group I had ever heard love them always.

Laurie Egelhoff

April 4, 2017 at 8:25 pm

Have recently become obsessed with Mark Knopfler and Dire Straits. This comes a couple of years after my husband of 41 years passed away suddenly. We used to sit out on the patio with “on every street” blaring and hubby singing along. His voice very similar to Mr. Knopfler. Now it’s like I can’t get enough and it is his face I’m looking for, on every street….

October 1, 2017 at 11:32 pm

MK should get off his high horse and give us all one more from Dire Straits before it’s too late. Nobody else has ever made music remotely similar to Dire Straits, and never will. The world deserves one more treasure.

September 10, 2019 at 3:58 am

I was on vacation in Italy in Nov 1991 and picked up a music magazine, On Every Street was topping the charts in a lot of countries. Had no idea it would be the last studio album. Saw the band in New York City in Feb 1992, fine concert even if it was not as great as their 1985 tour. Everybody has their list of bands they want to see reunited, and the Straits tops my list.

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    The Dire Straits perform "On Every Street" on their "On the Night" DVD.Band members include: Mark Knopfler (lead vocals, lead guitar), John Illsley (bass, ba...

  18. 30 Years Ago Today: Revisiting Dire Straits' Final Studio LP 'On Every

    Despite the co-production credit for On Every Street (released 9/9/91), shared between Mark Knopfler and the group, Dire Straits had long ceased to be a bonafide band by the time this last record under that moniker was released.The chief composer/singer/guitarist retained usage of the name for obvious reasons, commercial and otherwise, but by the time of this release three decades ago—after ...

  19. Former Dire Straits Members Unite as 'Dire Straits Legacy' for Tour

    Danny Cummings and Phil Palmer only contributed to 1991's On Every Street and its supporting tour. Alan Clark had, by far, the longest stint in the Dire Straits, playing with them from 1980 ...

  20. 'On Every Street': The Studio Farewell Of Dire Straits

    September 9, 2023. By. Paul Sexton. Dire Straits 'On Every Street' artwork - Courtesy: UMG. We didn't know it at the time, but in September 1991, we witnessed the sight of Dire Straits entering ...

  21. Timeline Archive

    Sessions for the final Dire Straits album, On Every Street, begin at London's Air Studios and continue until May 1991. 1991. 2 January. ... The On Every Street Tour begins with a five-night stand at the Point Depot in Dublin, Ireland. Continuing for more than a year, the tour will finally wrap up in Zaragoza, Spain after 229 shows in 19 ...

  22. Category:Dire Straits concert tours

    Pages in category "Dire Straits concert tours" The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total. ... Brothers in Arms Tour; C. Communiqué Tour; D. Dire Straits Tour; L. Love over Gold Tour; O. On Every Street Tour; On Location Tour This page was last edited on 24 February 2010, at 10:17 (UTC). Text is available under the Creative ...

  23. Walk of Life

    With introduction of the band membersJUNE 28 1992 at St. Jakob's Stadion, Basel, Switzerland Tour: On Every Street Tour 1991-1992Setlist:01. Calling Elvis - ...