Artist Dire Straits
Release date 1990
Recording Knebworth Park, Hertfordshire, UK, 30th June 1990
Format 1CD-single
Label Polydor
Cat.no. CDP 330
Tracks 1. I think I love you too much
Additional comments Promotional CD-single for the album Knebworth - The album. Charity concert in aid of the Nordoff-Robbis Music Theraphy Centre for providing music theraphy for handicapped children and the BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology. For this historic event gathered 120.000 fans at Knebworth park. Mark Knopfler wrote a new song called I think I love you too much of which it was still unsure if it would end up on the next Dire Straits album. The version on the Knebworth show was the first ever public live performance of that song. Eventually, the song did not make it on the new On every street album. Mark Knopfler gave the song to Jeff Healey who recorded the song together with Mark in the studio and ended up on Healey's album Hell to pay (1990). This promotional CD-single is housed in a jewel case, issued without artwork.