1971/72:  France, as yet unreleased: 
Bill Wyman, producer. Recorded at Chateau D’’Herouville, Pontoise and in The Rolling Stones’  “The Mighty Mobile” studio.  Some tracks re-recorded at Sunset Sound Studios, Hollywood.   
John Walker, vocals; Bill Wyman, bass; John Uribe, guitar;  Sue and Sunny, backing vocals; Mike Moran, keyboards; Jim Price and Bobby Keyes; horns, Sneaky Pete, steel guitar 
Midnight Morning (written by John Walker) 
Good Days   (written by John Walker) 
Won’t You Tell Me Children   (written by John Walker) 
Woman    (written by John Walker, featuring Keith Richards on guitar)) 
Things You Said To Me    (written by John Walker) 
I Have Found My Time In You    ( written by John Walker) 
Hands Of The Clock 
Lipstick Traces 
You Talk Too Much 
Here Today 

Discography

1976: GTO/Sony Records  “LINES” 
Lines 
Taking It All In Stride (John solo) 
Inside Of You 
Have You Seen My Baby (John solo) 
We’re All Alone 
Many Rivers To Cross 
First Day (written by John Maus - solo) 
Brand New Tennessee Waltz 
Hard To Be Friends 
Dreaming As One 

1966  UK Philips Records  “SOLO SCOTT, SOLO JOHN” 
“Sunny”/ “Come Rain Or Come Shine” - John Walker solo 
“The Gentle Rain”/ “Mrs. Murphy” - Scott Walker solo 

AKA: John Maus, Johnny Maus, Johnny Walker, John Walker
Singles: Johnny Maus  
1950:  US live radio recording, The Squeakin' Deacon Show with Eddie Cletro’s band “I Need You Now”
1951:   US demo, Goldstar studios - in public circulation:  “I Believe”
1954:  US demo, Goldstar studios - in public circulation  “I'm Gonna Live Til I Die”

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“John Walker’s career of over 50 years – as singer/guitarist, songwriter, and recording artiste (“The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore”, 1966) - was always inspired by love and creativity. ‘Golden Dreams’ is a special collection of some of Mr. Walker’s favorite and more recently recorded self-penned songs. Included are two previously unreleased tracks that were destined for the CD he was working on in his studio until his passing on May 7, 2011. 

Renowned mixing and mastering engineers Michael James (IndiePROMix) and David Donnelly (DNA Mastering Studios) have taken John’s own magical productions of each track to a new level of modern sound technology.

2007:  Arena Records  “SONGS OF CHRISTMAS AND INSPIRATION”
The Promise (written by John Walker) 
Silent Night 
He 
I’ll Be Home For Christmas 
Amazing Grace 
The Christmas Song 
Crying In The Chapel 
White Christmas 
I Believe 
Oh Holy Night 

2009: Arena Records  “JOHN WALKER: A COLLECTION: VOLUME 1” 
Make It Easy On Yourself (arr. John Walker/Cynthia Maus) 
No Other Baby But You 
The Way Love Goes For Me (written by John Walker) 
No Regrets (arr. John Walker/Cynthia Maus) 
Inside (written by John Walker) 
I’m Not Gonna Be The One (written by John Walker) 
My Ship Is Coming In (arr. John Walker/Cynthia Maus) 
My Destiny (written by John Walker) 
I See Your Face Before Me 
The Road (written by John Walker) 
Sun Comes Up  
I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight 
You’ve Changed 
Kentucky Woman 
Love’s Blind (written by John Walker) 
Just Like The Rain (written by John Walker) 
I Can’t Let You Go (written by John Walker) 
The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore (arranged/performed by John Walker/Cynthia Maus)

1975: GTO/Sony Records  “NO REGRETS” 
No Regrets 
Hold An Old Friend’s Hand (John solo) 
Boulder To Birmingham 
Walking In The Sun (John solo) 
Lover’s Lullaby 
Got To Have You 
He’ll Break Your Heart (John solo) 
Everything That Touches You 
Lovers (John solo) 
Burn Our Bridges 

1977:  GTO/Sony Records “NIGHT FLIGHTS” 
Shutout 
Fat Mama Kick 
Nite Flights 
The Electrician 
Death Of Romance (inc Gary Walker on drums/composer) 
Den Haague (inc Gary Walker on drums/composer) 
Rhythms Of Vision (written by John Maus - solo) 
Disciples Of Death (written by John Maus- solo) 
Fury And The Fire (written by John Maus- solo) 
Child Of Flames (written by John Maus- solo) 

ALBUMS: John Walker of The Walker Brothers (recorded with Scott Walker) 
1965:  UK Philips Records  “TAKE IT EASY WITH THE WALKER BROTHERS” 
Make It Easy On Yourself 
There Goes My Baby 
First Love Never Dies 
Dancing In The Street (John solo) 
Lonely Winds 
The Girl I Lost In The Rain 
Land Of 1,000 Dances 
You’re All Around Me 
Love Minus Zero (No Limit) 
I Don’t Want To Hear It Anymore (Scott Solo) 
Here Comes The Night  
Tell The Truth 

2000: Arena Records  “YOU” (all tracks written and sung by John Walker) 
You 
Falling For You 
This Is Love 
So Rare 
Never Too Far From That Dream 
Heaven Knows 
Inside 
What Am I Supposed To Do 
You’ll Never Come Back 
The Way Love Goes For Me 

1968:  Japan - live at the OSAKA FESTIVAL HALL in Jan, 1968  “LIVE IN JAPAN” 
Land of 1000 Dances (inc. Gary Walker on drums) 
I Need You (inc. Gary Walker on drums) 
Everything Under The Sun (inc. Gary Walker on drums) 
Tell Me How Do You Feel (John solo) 
Watch Your Step (John solo) 
Uptight (John solo) 
In My Room  
The Lady Came From Baltimore (Scott solo) 
Living Above Your Head 
Dizzy Miss Lizzie (Gary Walker vocals, John on guitar, Scott on drums)  
Twinkie Lee (Gary Walker vocals, John on guitar, Scott on drums) 
Hold On, I’m Coming (inc. Gary Walker on drums) 
Annabella (John solo) 
Yesterday (John solo) 
Reach Out, I’ll Be There  (The Quotations) 
Make It Easy On Yourself (inc. Gary Walker on drums) 
Saturday’s Child (inc. Gary Walker on drums) 
Walkin’ In The Rain (inc. Gary Walker on drums) 
The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore (inc. Gary Walker on drums) 
Turn On Your Love Light  (The Quotations) 
Ooh Poo Pah Doo  (inc. Gary Walker on drums) 

Johnny Walker - "John and Judy" recordings in Hollywood, California
1958:  US Aladdin Records   “Who's To Say” 
1959:  US Aladdin Records, Goldstar studios   “Hideout” (written by John Maus)
1959:  US Aladdin Records   “Lovebug”  (written by John Maus)
1960:  US Dore Records   “Why This Feeling” (written by „Regina Maus?/John Maus)
1960:  US Dore Records   “Tell Me”  (written by "Regina Maus"/John Maus)
1961:  US Arve Records   “Live It Up”     (written by John Maus)
1961:  US Arve Records   “You Can't Have My Love”     (written by John Maus)
1961:  US Arve Records  “Oh, No No”  (written by John Maus)
1962:  US Admiral Records   “Yes, We're Moving”  (written by John Maus)
1962:  US Admiral Records   “When You Are Lonely”  (written by John Maus)
1962:  US Radio KRLA with Sam Riddle and the Buckshots  “Animal Duds”
1962:  US Radio KRLA with Sam Riddle and the Buckshots    “The Letter”
1962:  US Almo Records  “What A Thrill”(written by John Maus)/”Beginning of The End”

1978  UK GTO/Sony Records  “THE WALKER BROTHERS” 
“Shutout”/ “The Electricians” 
“Nite Flights”/ “Fat Mama Kick” 

1965, UK Top 20 Love Her
1965, UK No. 3; US Top 20  My Ship is Comin' In    
1966,  UK No 1; US No. 13 - The Sun Ain’t  Gonna Shine Anymore
1965, UK No. 1; US  No. 16 - Make It Easy on Yourself 
1966, UK No. 13 - “Baby, You Don’t Have To Tell Me Goodbye”
1966, UK No. 12 - “Another Tear Falls”
1966, UK No. 32; US Charts - “Deadlier Than The Male”
1967, UK No. 26 - “Stay With Me Baby”
1967, UK No. 26 - “Walking In The Rain”
1967, UK No. 24; US Charts - “Annabella” (solo career)
1976, UK No. 3; US Charts - “No Regrets”


1966:  UK Philips Records  “PORTRAIT” 
In My Room 
Saturday’s Child 
Just For A Thrill (John solo) 
Hurting Each Other 
Old Folks (Scott solo) 
Summertime  
People Get Ready 
I Can See It Now 
Where’s The Girl (Scott solo) 
Living Above Your Head 
Take It Like A Man (John solo) 
No Sad Songs For Me 

The Hits

Singles: John Walker of THE WALKER BROTHERS (recorded with Scott Walker) 
1964 US Mercury Records  “Pretty Girls Everywhere”/”Doin’ The Jerk” 
1965 US Mercury Records  “Love Her”/”The Seventh Dawn” 
1965 UK Philips Records  “Make It Easy On Yourself”/ “But I Do” 
1965 UK Philips Records  “My Ship Is Coming In”/ “You’re All Around Me” 
1966 UK Philips Records  “The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore”/”After The Lights Go Out”
1966 UK Philips Records  “Baby You Don’t Have To Tell Me”/”My Love Is Growing” 
1966 UK Philips Records  “Another Tear Falls”/ “Saddest Night in the World” (written by John Maus) 
1966 UK Philips Records  “Deadlier Than The Male”/ “Archangel” 
1967 UK Philips Records  “Stay With Me Baby”/ “Turn Out The Moon” 
1967 UK Philips Records  “Walking In The Rain”/”Baby Make It The Last Time” 
1975 UK Philips Records  “No Regrets”/”Remember Me” (written by John Maus) 
1976 UK Philips Records  “Lines”/ “First Day”  (written by John Maus) 
1976 UK Philips Records  “We’re All Alone”/ “Have You Seen My Baby” 
1978 UK Philips Records  “The Electrician”/ “Den Hague”(Gary Walker, vocals and composer of Den Haague) 

1969: UK Philips Records “THIS IS JOHN WALKER” 
Sun Comes Up 
But Beautiful 
Everywhere Under The Sun 
I See Your Face Before Me 
True Grit 
Here’s That Rainy Day 
For All We Know 
I’m A Fool To Want You 
Traces Of Tomorrow 
You’ve Changed 
Who Are We 

1970’s recordings previously unreleased until 2001,on compilation album containing other works:  
UK Sony Records  “IF YOU COULD HEAR ME NOW” 

Loving Arms 
I Never Dreamed You’d Leave In Summer (Scott solo) 
The Moon’s A Harsh Mistress (Scott solo) 
Marie (John solo) 
Till I Gain Control Again 
The Ballad (written by John Maus- solo) 
Tokyo Rimshot (Scott solo) 

Albums:  Solo John Walker 

1967:  UK  Philips Records_“IF YOU GO AWAY” 

The Right To Cry 
Guess I’ll Hang My Tears Out To Dry 
Reaching For The Sun 
Good Day  (written by John Maus) 
An Exception To The Rule 
 If You Go Away 
So Goes Love 
It’s All In The Game 
Nancy (With the Laughing Face) 
It’s A Hang Up Baby 
Pennies From Heaven 
I Don’t Wanna Know About You  (written by John Maus) 

2004: Arena Records “THE SILVER SIXTIES TOUR 2004” 
Let The Good Times Roll 
No Regrets (arr. John Walker/Cynthia Maus) 
My Ship Is Coming In (arr. John Walker/Cynthia Maus) 
Make It Easy On Yourself (arr. John Walker/Cynthia Maus) 
Unchain My Heart 
The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore (arr. John Walker/Cynthia Maus) 
Never Too Far From That Dream (written by John Walker) 
My Destiny (written by John Walker) 
I’m Not Gonna Be The One (written by John Walker) 
Real Love (written by John Walker) 
What Am I Supposed To Do (written by John Walker) 
Just Like The Rain (written by John Walker) 
So Rare (written by John Walker) 
Love’s Blind (written by John Walker) 

2007:  Arena Records  “SONGS OF CHRISTMAS AND INSPIRATION”
The Promise (written by John Walker) 
Silent Night 
He 
I’ll Be Home For Christmas 
Amazing Grace 
The Christmas Song 
Crying In The Chapel 
White Christmas 
I Believe 
Oh Holy Night 

2006:  UK Universal Records “EVERYTHING UNDER THE SUN” including these unreleased tracks from 1960s: 
The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore (original version) 
The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore (studio take) - unfinished track 
Lazy Afternoon (Scott solo) 
In The Midnight Hour 
A Song For Young Love (Scott solo) 
Let The Music Play (Scott solo) 
The Shadow of Your Smile (Scott solo) 
Hang On For Me (Scott solo) 
I Got You 
I Feel Good 
I Got Lost For A While  (Scott solo) 
A Fool Am I (Scott solo) 
Wipe Away My Tears (Scott solo) 
Lost One (Scott solo) 
Looking For Me  
Baby, Make It The Last Time 

John Walker (1943-2011)

With early career roots in the legendary  Hollywood R&B/Top 40 studios and clubs, Universal recording artiste John Walker was best known as founder and singer of the cool, classy 60s supergroup “The Walker Brothers”, the recording duo and touring trio whose massive iconic No. 1’s and chart topping  hits “The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore”, “Make It Easy On Yourself”, “My Ship Is Comin’ In”, “No Regrets”, and others have become evergreen classics for over 45 years.   


 Mr. Walker’s career as a songwriter, guitarist, singer,  touring artiste, recording artiste , independent producer, label, publisher, and engineer, and finally -author -spanned over 50 years….. until his passing on May 7, 2011 at his home in the Los Angeles area.  Loved and admired as a true, tall gentleman on and off the stage, Mr. Walker’s unique soulful dignity came through in everything he wrote, sang and played.  He has left behind a  legacy of songs and recordings inspired by love and adventure. 

EPS:  Walker Brothers (recorded with Scott Walker) 
1966  UK Philips Records  “I NEED YOU” 
“Looking For Me”/ ”Young Man Cried” 
“Everything’s Gonna Be Alright”/ “I Need You”

1967:  UK Philips Records  “IMAGES” 
Everything Under The Sun 
Once Upon A Summertime (Scott solo) 
Experience 
Blueberry Hill (John solo) 
Orpheus 
Stand By Me 
I Wanna Know (written by John Maus - solo) 
I Will Wait For You 
It Makes No Difference Now 
I Can’t Let It Happen To You (written by John Maus- solo) 
Genevieve (Scott solo) 
Just Say Goodbye 

Singles: John Walker Solo recordings
1967: UK Philips Records  “Annabella”/”You Don't Understand Me”   (written by John Maus)
1967: UK Philips Records  “If I Promise”/”I See Love In You”    (written by John Maus)
1967: US demo, Goldstar studios  “Bluebirds Over The Mountain”/”Teardrops” (written by John Maus)
1968: UK Philips Records  “I'll Be Your Baby Tonight”/”Open The Door, Homer”
1968: UK Philips Records  “Kentucky Woman”/”I Cried All The Way Home”  (written by John Maus)
1969: UK Philips Records  “Woman”/”A Dream”   ( both written by John Maus)
1969: UK Philips Records  “Everywhere Under The Sun”/”Traces Of Tomorrow”
1969: UK Philips Records  “Yesterday's Sunshine”/”Little One”   (both written by John Maus) 
1969: UK Carnaby Records  “Cottonfields/Jamie   (written by John Maus)
1969: SPAIN Ekipo Records  “Traces of Tomorrow/Sun Comes Up”  (sung in Spanish) (“Huellas Del Manana”/Quienes Somo”)
1970: UK Carnaby Records  “True Grit”/”Sun Comes Up”
1970: UK Carnaby Records  “Over and Over Again”  (written by John Maus)/”Sun Comes Up”
1973: US  Green Mountain Records  “Dixie Sunshine” (written by John Maus) -demo in public circulation 
1973: US  Green Mountain Records  “Ha,Ha”   (written by John Maus) - demo in public circulation 
1973: US  Green Mountain Records  “Remember Me”  (written by John Maus) -demo in public circulation 
1973: US Green Mountain Records  “Woman, You Chain Me” (written by John Maus) - demo in public circulation 
1973: US Green Mountain Records  “First Day”  (written by John Maus)  -demo in public circulation 
1973: US Green Mountain Records  “Midnight Morning”  (written by John Maus)  
1973: US Green Mountain Records  “Good Days”  (written by John Maus) 
1973: UK demo in public circulation “You”  (written by John Maus) 
1973: UK demo in public circulation “How Long Can The Road Be”  (written by John Maus) 
1973: UK demo in public circulation “Lovin' On The Run”   (written by John Maus) 
1982: UK Rough Records “Dark Angel”  (written by John and Brandy Maus)/”Remember Me”  (written by John Maus)

​1982: UK Spector Records  “Dark Angel”  (written by John and Brandy Maus) 
2007: US Arena Records  “The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore” (arr./performed John Walker/Cynthia Maus) 
2007: US/Germany collaboration with Phallus Dei  “Will You Come Now” (melody written and sung by John Walker) 

Titles

THE WALKER BROTHERS'

2007: Arena Records  “JUST FOR YOU” 
Just For You (written by John Walker) 
Sweet Dreams (written by John Walker) 
I Believe In You 
I Can’t Let You Go (written by John Walker) 
Come Back To My Arms (written by John Walker) 
The Ballad (written by John Walker) 
The Road (written by John Walker) 
Amazed 
Part Time Love 
Shadow Of Night (written by John Walker)  

This album was produced by John Walker’s wife, Cynthia, in memory of his love and inspiration.