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Music : Chris Rea - Still So Far To Go...The Best Of Chris Rea (2009) FLAC
 
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Artist:Chris Rea
Title:Still So Far To Go...The Best Of Chris Rea
Year Of Release:2009
Label:Warner Music International
Genre:Blues
Quality:FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Total Time:02:33:35
Total Size:1 gb
WebSite:Album Preview
Tracklist:

CD1
01. Fool (If You Think It's Over)
02. On The Beach
03. Let's Dance
04. Diamonds
05. Loving You
06. I Can Hear Your Heartbeat
07. I Don't Know What It Is But I Love It
08. Stainsby Girls
09. Josephine
10. It's All Gone
11. Loving You Again
12. Joys Of Christmas
13. Driving Home For Christmas
14. Working On It
15. Tell Me There's A Heaven
16. Heaven
17. Looking For The Summer
18. Come So Far, Yet Still So Far To Go

CD2
01. The Road To Hell (Part 2)
02. Auberge
03. Winter Song
04. Nothing To Fear
05. God's Great Banana Skin
06. Julia
07. You Can Go Your Own Way
08. When The Grey Skies Turn To Blue
09. The Blue Cafe
10. New Times Square
11. Stoney Road
12. Easy Rider
13. Blue Street
14. Somewhere Between Highway 61 & 49
15. Shadow Of A Fool
16. Valentino

Best known for his string of late-'80s MOR blues-pop hit singles, Middlesbrough's biggest musical export Chris Rea has spent the best part of the noughties reinventing himself as a Tom Waits-esque troubadour with a series of ambitious and often gargantuan-sized albums focusing on the vintage slide guitar blues sounds that influenced his hugely successful 30-year career. More up to date than 1994's The Best Of and more extensive than 2005's Heartbeats, Still So Far to Go is the husky-voiced guitarist's first hits collection to place as much emphasis on his later more revered and prolific output as his more familiar and commercial airplay staples. Spanning four decades, the comprehensive two-CD, 34-track compilation features material from his 1978 debut Whatever Happened to Benny Santini? (his biggest U.S. hit, "Fool f You Think It's Over") right up to 2005's mammoth 11-disc offering Blue Guitars ("Somewhere Between Highway 61 & 49"), including the 1996 soundtrack La Passione ("When the Grey Skies Turn to Blue") to his self-penned film of the same name. Eight of the tracks that were remastered for his 1988 compilation, New Light Through Old Windows, appear, including the jaunty "Let's Dance," the iconic guitar-twanging "On the Beach," and his festive classic "Driving Home for Christmas," alongside several later tunes that are also given the improved sound quality treatment, such as his hellish tale of the M25, "The Road to Hell," the title track from his number one album Auberge, and his final U.K. hit, 1994's "You Can Go Your Own Way." Fans who already own this material, probably several times over, will be appeased by the inclusion of two previously unreleased songs, "Come So Far, Yet Still So Far to Go," a quintessentially Rea bluesy stomper with a hint of T. Rex-esque glam rock, and "Valentino," a melancholic and heartfelt dedication to his dear departed Jack Russell pet. With no contributions from his most recent effort, 2008's The Return of the Fabulous Hofner Blue Notes, Still So Far to Go missed the opportunity to produce a fully updated retrospective, but overall, it's a consistently strong and representative history of Britain's most commercially successful blues-rock performer.

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