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Chris Rea – Beginnings (2005)

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1. West Africa 
2. Cry For Home 
3. The King Who Sold His Own 
4. White Man Coming 
5. Where The Blues Come Form 
6. Lord Tell Me It Won't Be Long 
7. Work Gang 
8. Praise The Lord 
9. Sweet Sunday 
10. Sing Out The Devil 
11. Boss Man Cut My Chains

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


The first album of the set deals with the very beginnings of the Blues, tracing its ways back to its African roots.

Living conditions were hard, many African natives were taken captives and transported across the ocean to be sold as slaves, sometimes even betrayed by their own people, which is vividly depicted in the song The King Who Sold His Own.

All in all it was an environment, where it was only natural for the Blues to develop, and even though the instrumentation and the construction of the songs was still very different from what we now know as Blues, the basics were already there: the sadness, the strain, the burdens, the depression, the feeling of "blue" and of course the underlying musical structure. --- thepiratebay.se

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