Gary Moore – Wild Frontier LP levy

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Label: 10 Records – 208 183-630
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: Europe
Released: Mar 1987
Genre: Rock
Style: Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Pop Rock


A1 Over The Hills And Far Away
Engineer – James "Jimbo" Barton
Producer – Peter Collins
Written-By – Gary Moore
A2 Wild Frontier
Engineer – Chris Porter, James "Jimbo" Barton
Producer – Peter Collins
Written-By – Gary Moore
A3 Take A Little Time
Producer – Pete Smith
Recorded By [Additional Recording], Mixed By [Additional Mix] – James "Jimbo" Barton
Written-By – Gary Moore
A4 The Loner
Engineer – Chris Porter
Producer – Peter Collins
Written-By – Gary Moore, Max Middleton
B1 Friday On My Mind
Producer – Gary Moore, James "Jimbo" Barton
Written-By – George Young, Harry Vanda
B2 Strangers In The Darkness
Producer – Pete Smith
Recorded By [Additional Recording], Mixed By [Additional Mix] – James "Jimbo" Barton
Written-By – Gary Moore, Neil Carter
B3 Thunder Rising
Producer – Gary Moore, James "Jimbo" Barton
Written-By – Gary Moore, Neil Carter
B4 Johnny Boy
Producer – Gary Moore, James "Jimbo" Barton
Written-By – Gary Moore

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Wild Frontier is the sixth solo studio album by Northern Irish guitarist Gary Moore, released on 2 March 1987.[6] His first studio effort after a trip back to his native Belfast, Northern Ireland, in 1985, the album contains several songs about Ireland and the music itself is steeped in Celtic roots. The album is dedicated to the memory of Moore's close friend and former Thin Lizzy bandmate Phil Lynott, who died on 4 January 1986, with the words "For Philip" on the rear cover.

Wild Frontier contains the hit single "Over the Hills and Far Away", which reached No. 20 in the UK,[7] as well as a cover of the Easybeats' song "Friday on My Mind". The Max Middleton-penned "The Loner" was originally recorded by Cozy Powell for his Over the Top album in 1979 (on which Moore performed, albeit not on Powell's recording of "The Loner"). The track was substantially altered by Moore for his own recording, thus he is credited as a co-writer. The song "Crying in the Shadows", which was released as the B-side of the "Over the Hills and Far Away" single in December 1986 and appears as a bonus track on the CD version of Wild Frontier, was also recorded by Japanese singer Minako Honda, titled "The Cross (Ai No Jujika)", with Moore on guitar.

Gary Moore was joined by The Chieftains on select tracks from this album.[8][9][10]

All drums on Wild Frontier are sequenced with a drum machine, although the programming is uncredited in the liner notes of the album, electronic drummer Roland Kerridge, of the band Re-Flex did a lot of the drum tracks, and would appear in the music video for "Over the Hills and Far Away," as well as early TV promotions for the album. Future Alice Cooper, Kiss and former Black Sabbath drummer Eric Singer played drums for the tour, before going on to form Badlands.


"Over the Hills and Far Away" has been covered by the Finnish symphonic power metal band Nightwish on their 2001 EP of the same title, by Swedish viking metal band Thyrfing on their album Urkraft, and by Patty Gurdy on her Shapes & Patterns EP (2018). The Rockoutstandout reviewer wrote, "Patty Gurdy’s cover with a hurdy gurdy and vocals gives us a completely different take on the song altogether and it works very well. The echo effect on the vocals give this track that well known powerful atmosphere that the original song is able to do. I love this quirky cover and I always feel a sense of warmth when hearing the song."[11] The Spanish band Saurom also recorded a cover of this song with alternative lyrics, titled "La Disolución de la Comunidad".

Christy Moore recorded a version of Johnny Boy on his 2021 album, Flying Into Mystery and released it as a single in November 2021.[12] He performed the song live on the Late Late Show, noting his long time admiration for Gary Moore as a musician, and performed it following his receipt of the Lifetime Achievement Award at the RTÉ Radio 1 Folk Awards 2021.[13][14]


  • Peter Collins – producer on tracks 1, 2, 4, 9, 10 and 12
  • Pete Smith – producer on tracks 3 and 6
  • James "Jimbo" Barton – producer on tracks 5, 7, 8 and 13, engineer on tracks 1 and 2, mixing on tracks 3 and 6
  • Chris Porter – engineer on tracks 2 and 4
  • Mike Stone – producer on track 11
  • Nigel Walker – producer on track 14
  • James Barton - mixer on tracks 3 and 6
  • Bob Kraushaar - mixer on track 10


Chart (1987) Peak
Austrian Albums (Ö3 Austria)[16] 16
Dutch Albums (Album Top 100)[17] 13
Finnish Albums Chart[18] 1
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)[19] 9
New Zealand Albums (RMNZ)[20] 11
Norwegian Albums (VG-lista)[21] 1
Spanish Albums Chart[22] 2
Swedish Albums (Sverigetopplistan)[23] 2
Swiss Albums (Schweizer Hitparade)[24] 7
UK Albums (OCC)[25] 8
US Billboard 200[26] 139

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