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Chris Rea – Blue Guitars 60’s & 70’s (2005)

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1.   My Baby Told Me (Blues)(60s/70s) - 2.55
2.   Got To Be Moving - 4.03
3.   My Baby Told Me (Gospel) - 3.19					play
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5.   Yes I Do (Instrumental) - 3.28
6.   Wasted Love - 4.44
7.   Cool Cool Blue - 4.15
8.   Clarkson Blues - 5.09
9.   Who Killed Love - 4.27
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11.   Mindless - 3.55
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13.   Nobody But You - 3.55								play
14.   Waiting For Love - 4.57
15.   Blue Morning In The Rain - 4.50

Chris Rea - electric guitar, piano, harmonica, dobro, mandolin, banjo, slide guitar, bass, calimba, balafon, vibraphone, hammond organ,
percussion, drums, author, producer, paintings Robert Ahwai - guitar Sylvin Marc - bass Gerry O'Connor - banjo Ed Hession - accordion Martin Ditcham – drums.

 

Blue Guitars is a Blues album released by Chris Rea on October 14, 2005 consisting of eleven CDs, one DVD and a full colour book, including paintings by the artist, liner notes and song lyrics. The album is an ambitious project with the 137 songs recorded over the course of 1½ years with a work schedule - according to Chris Rea himself - of twelve hours a day, seven days a week. Initially the project was inspired by Bill Wyman's "Blues Odyssey" and can be called an "odyssey" in its own right, for depicting a journey through the various epochs of Blues Music, starting at its African origins and finishing with modern-time Blues from the 60s and 70s. Subsequently the eleven CDs are titled the following: "Beginnings", "Country Blues", "Louisiana & New Orleans", "Electric Memphis Blues", "Texas Blues", "Chicago Blues", "Blues Ballads", "Gospel Soul Blues & Motown", "Celtic & Irish Blues", "Latin Blues" and "60s & 70s".

The collection is the fifth and last release in a line of Blues recordings Chris Rea has made since recovering from a serious disease at the turn of the millennium and promising himself a return to his Bluesy roots in the event that he survived. According to Rea "Blue Guitars" will be his last solo effort; however, he will continue to release albums as a member of the band "Memphis Fireflies".

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