May 01, 1993

Gill Bowman, The Scottish Folk Gazette

“Ian’s songs speak volumes for him ... he [Ian Walker] has an enviable ability to tackle serious issues and strong emotions without preaching or overdoing the sentiment.”
January 12, 1993

Review of ‘Crossing The Borderlines’ by Janet Foley

“Ian Walker’s songs very much reflect his personal vision, of which tolerance, concern for others, family and friendship all play a distinct part. These memorable songs, sung by Ian,... read more
June 04, 1990

Dr. Fred Freeman, The Scotsman

“There is less self consciousness in the internationality of Walker’s ‘Hawks & Eagles’, Henderson’s ‘Freedom Come All Ye’, Gaughan’s ‘Think Again’, MacKintosh’s... read more
August 31, 1989

Folk Michel, Bonn, Germany 1989

“Songs like ‘Roses in December’ or ‘Hawks & Eagles Fly Like Doves’ are so perceptive that they are guaranteed to be in the repertoire of singers in the future.”
September 01, 1987

Alastair Clark, The Scotsman, Edinburgh

“Walker is at his best when he has a chunky theme to chew over. Songs like ‘Hawks & Eagles Fly Like Doves’ and ‘Don’t Turn The Key’ are strong enough in word and music to... read more
May 01, 1987

Stirling Observer

“A committed singer with an unpretentious delivery, accompanied by a ready smile, his numbers are often amusing but contain an element of social comment which lifts them out of the... read more
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