Of immediate interest is the track ‘Heartbeat’ which kicks things off. This version precedes the one that Don Johnson released in 1986 which became a break-out hit for him. Wendy’s version is fairly raw and boisterous, unlike the smooth AOR of Johnson’s. ‘Fighting It Out In The Heart Of The City’ is as tough as the song-title suggests.
‘We’ll See In The End’ has some energetic moments in the second half of the song, while ‘X-Ray Eyes’ is the quirkiest tune on offer. Tappy piano is the predominant flavour of ‘You Said It Wasn’t Me’, some of you might like it, I didn’t unfortunately. The remaining tracks are kinda hit and miss; ‘Time Like Your Wire Wheels’ is a ballad that doesn’t hit the mark. Much better are the mid-tempo efforts of ‘Loving You Out Of My Life’ and the title track ‘Which Way To Main Street’.
A1 Heartbeat 3:35
A2 We’ll See In The End 4:15
A3 X-Ray Eyes 3:10
A4 You Said It Wasn’t Me 4:09
A5 Time Like Your Wire Wheels 5:35
B1 Fighting It Out In The Heart Of The City 3:58
B2 Lovin’ You Out Of My Life 4:23
B3 Gotta Get Over You 4:39
B4 Does Anybody Want To Marry Me 4:06
B5 Which Way To Main Street 5:06
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