Trevor Walters

Also known as T Walters, T. Walter, T. Walters, Trevor, Trevor Walter, Walters

Discography of Trevor Walters:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Stuck On You / Penny Lover 2 Audio 1983 I & S Production
2 Love Me Tonight / Dub Me Tonight 2 Audio 1981 Ital Records Ltd.
3 Betcha By Golly Wow 2 Audio 1986 Priority Records (2)
4 Loving As One 2 Audio 1982 Magnet (2)
5 Loving As One (Remixed Version) 2 Audio 1982 Magnet (2)
6 Love Won't Let Me Wait 2 Audio Sanity Records
7 Love's A Lie / Never Let Her Slip Away 2 Audio 1985 Polydor
8 You Make Me Feel 2 Audio 1983 Ital Records Ltd.
9 Never Let Her Slip Away 2 Audio 1984 Polydor
10 Baby I've Been Missing You 2 Audio Starlight Records
11 Love I Can Feel / Version 2 Audio 1991 Business Record Productions
12 Betcha By Golly Wow 3 Audio 1986 Priority Records (2)
13 Never Let Her Slip Away 2 Audio 1984 Polydor
14 Slap & Tickle 2 Audio Not On Label
15 Penny Lover (Re-Mix) / Stuck On You 2 Audio 1983 I & S Production
16 Walk The Streets At Night 4 Audio Starlight Records
17 Penny Lover / Version 2 Audio 1983 I & S Production
18 Give Love A Try / Dubber Rock 81 Stylee 2 Audio Nationwide
19 Lock Away Your Heart 4 Audio 1987 Champion
20 Love Me Tonight 2 Audio Not On Label
21 They'll Never Get Away / Diplomatic Dub 2 Audio Mutual Life
22 It's Over 3 Audio 1993 Vizion Sounds Records
23 The Sapphire Song 3 Audio 1992 Vizion Sounds Records
24 Love Me Tonight / Dub Me Tonight 2 Audio 1981 Durium
25 Love Me Tonight / Dub Me Tonight 2 Audio 1981 Magnet (2)
26 That's How Heartaches Are Made 3 Audio 1986 Time 1 Records
27 They'll Never Get Away 2 Audio 2013 Mutual Life
28 Back Together Again 2 Audio 1988 Student
29 Beautiful Lady 2 Audio 1992 Surreal Productions
30 Stuck On You 2 Audio 1985 Polydor
31 Slap & Tickle 2 Audio Not On Label
32 Blood's Thicker Than Water 2 Audio 1985 Adelphi Records (2)
33 Blood's Thicker Than Water 2 Audio 1985 Adelphi Records (2)
34 Stuck On You / Penny Lover 2 Audio 1983 I & S Production
35 Shake You Down 2 Audio Starlight Records
36 Love Will Find A Way 3 Audio 1986 Adelphi Records (2)
37 Stuck On You 2 Audio 1983 Crashed
38 Loving As One 2 Audio 1982 Magnet (2)
39 Love Songs, Candlelight & You 2 Audio 1988 Diamond C International Records
40 Walk The Streets At Night 3 Audio Starlight Records
41 You Make Me Feel 2 Audio 1983 Ital Records Ltd.
42 Give Love A Try 4 Audio Shashamane
43 Love Will Find A Way 2 Audio 1986 Adelphi Records (2)


b. 1961, London, England. Walters embarked on a musical career in reggae by adding his distinct soprano voice to the Ital group. He was also recruited to sing on releases by Santic, and contributed to the hit ‘Bloody Eyes’. He later recorded as part of Youth And Youth, with whom he released ‘Try Love Again’. Prior to embarking on a solo career, Walters recorded the ‘Back Together Again’ duet with Jean Adebambo, which gave an early indication of the potential of these two fine vocalists. This release was followed by the protest song, ‘They’ll Never Get Away’, which proved popular in the reggae charts. In 1981 Walters wrote and recorded ‘Give Love A Try’, which surpassed its predecessor by topping the reggae chart. In October 1981 he reached number 27 in the UK pop charts with ‘Love Me Tonight’. It appeared that Walters was destined to be a one-hit-wonder in the annals of pop music, but he still attracted some derision from reggae aficionados because of his crossover success. Nevertheless, he continued releasing material that maintained a respectable profile in the reggae chart, including ‘Handyman’, ‘Comma Comma’ and, in combination with Jah Bunny, ‘Lovers Medley’. The singer returned to the UK pop charts in July 1984, reaching number 9 with his rendition of Lionel Richie’s ‘Stuck On You’. He also covered Richie’s ‘Penny Lover’, which, although an exemplary effort riding on a gentle lovers rock rhythm, did not chart. His crossover success inspired Polydor Records to sign him for a cover version of Andrew Gold’s ‘Never Let Her Slip Away’. This release remained at the lower end of the pop charts, while the follow-up, ‘Love’s A Lie’, made no impression on any chart. The poor response, alleged to be through lack of promotion, was deemed inadequate by the company. In 1986 he enjoyed a hit with the sublime ‘Love Will Find A Way’, produced by Leonard Chin. In 1991, he regained his street credibility by recording with Anthony Brightly, who produced ‘Can You Feel The Love’ with Pure Silk. He continued to record and enjoy further hits throughout the 90s, including ‘Hold’ in 1998.


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