Corona ‎– Walking On Music

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ZYX 20457-2 Corona Walking On Music(CD, Album) ZYX Music ZYX 20457-2 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
RTI11734 Corona Walking On Music (Cass, Album) RTI Music RTI11734 Italy 1998 Sell This Version
RRCDA19 Corona Walking On Music(CD, Album) Remixed Records RRCDA19 Sweden 1998 Sell This Version
CDI 1852 Corona Walking On Music(CD, Album) Musart CDI 1852 Mexico 1998 Sell This Version
BP CD 013 Corona Walking On Music(CD, Album) BP! BP CD 013 Latvia 1998 Sell This Version
06-0139-02403 Corona Walking On Music(CD, Album) Discos CNR Colombia Ltda 06-0139-02403 Colombia 1998 Sell This Version
RTI 11732 Corona Walking On Music(CD, Album) RTI Music RTI 11732 Italy 1998 Sell This Version
ERA 9806-2 Corona Walking On Music(CD, Album) Nextera ERA 9806-2 Czech Republic 1998 Sell This Version
VMP 170398-2 Corona Walking On Music(CD, Album) VMP VMP 170398-2 Singapore 1998 Sell This Version
none Corona Walking On Music(CD, Album, Unofficial) BP! (2) none Europe 1998 Sell This Version
KOF 4 13482 Corona Walking On Music(Cass, Album) Discos CNR Chile KOF 4 13482 Chile 1998 Sell This Version
GDC 20457-2 Corona Walking On Music(CD, Album, RE) ZYX Music GDC 20457-2 Germany 2001 Sell This Version
none Corona Walking On Music(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label none Unknown Sell This Version
ES 4610 Corona Walking On Music(Cass, Album, Unofficial) CD Club ES 4610 Ukraine Unknown Sell This Version

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odinga

April 22, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Walking On Music, CD, Album, ZYX 20457-2

“Walking On Music” is Corona’s second and final album produced by the great Italo house guru Francesco “Checco” Bontempi, also known as Lee Marrow. The name of Lee Marrow is a guarantee that the music is of the highest quality possible -- suffice it to recall such Italo house gems of his as “Movin’” (my top favorite), “Lot To Learn,” “To Go Crazy (In The 20th Century),” and “Pain.” This album is no exception to the rule. Just like its predecessor, “The Rhythm Of The Night,” “Walking On Music” is a brilliant piece of eurodance, a real treat to the ears. Indeed, it has less classic Corona sound -- much less than we would have liked it to have -- but this does not make it any worse. It was released at a time when the eurodance fever had already passed its heyday of popularity and the artists were increasingly prompted to revise their styles. But I can assure you that this album is in no way inferior to “The Rhythm Of The Night” -- contrary to what you might read in other reviews elsewhere on the net. In fact, the two albums are very similar. The feel is the same, upbeat, relaxing, and summery, conjuring up a picture of a “tropical loveland” soaking in the sunshine. Throughout the album, the feeling is one of being in the company of a young, beautiful, cheerful, and very sexy lady who enjoys life in all its fullness -- and what a pleasant company it is!

Other than eurodance, the album has elements of 70s disco (“If You Wanna Dance” and “Lift Me Up”); various hues of house music, including Italo (“Walking On Music” and, especially, “Magic Touch”) and hip house (“Go Home Get Back”); 80s eurodisco (“I Belong To You”); and even jazz (“The Spy”). There are also two slow tracks: “Eternally” and “The Devil Is Loose.” If you do not mind these in a eurodance record, you will like this album.