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Shamrock Diaries (Deluxe)

Chris Rea CD2

Shamrock Diaries (Deluxe) (2019)

Format: CD2

Code: 190295492267

CD1

  1. Steel River
  2. Stainsby Girls
  3. Chisel Hill
  4. Josephine
  5. One Golden Rule
  6. All Summer Long
  7. Stone
  8. Shamrock Diaries
  9. Love Turns to Lies
  10. Hired Gun

CD2

  1. Dancing Shoes
  2. Stainsby Girls (Sax Mix)
  3. Sunrise
  4. And When She Smiles
  5. Shamrock Diaries
  6. September Blue
  7. Josephine
  8. Everytime It Rains
  9. Steel River
  10. Stainsby Girls
  11. Shamrock Diaries (Live at Montreux '86)
  12. One Golden Rule (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, May '86)
  13. Midnight Blue (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, May '86) 
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Chris Rea

Christopher Anton Rea (pronounced Ree-ah), born 4 March 1951, is a singer, songwriter, and guitarist from Middlesbrough, England. Rea’s recording career began in 1978. Although he almost immediately had a US hit single with “Fool (If You Think It’s Over)”, Rea’s initial focus was on continental Europe, releasing eight albums in the 1980s. It wasn’t until 1985’s Shamrock Diaries and the songs “Stainsby Girls” and “Josephine,” that UK audiences began to take notice of him. Follow up albums On The Beach and Dancing With Strangers became UK hits and then the New Light Through Old Windows compilation album in 1988 cemented his reputation. His next full album was to be his major breakthrough: The Road to Hell (1989) enjoyed massive success and became his first number one album in the UK. These successes could not be mirrored in the U.S., however, where it failed to chart. The follow-up album, Auberge, also enjoyed massive European success, reaching the top spot in the UK. After Auberge After ‘Auberge’ Chris ...

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