Chris Rea Bootlegs Collection [13 Releases] (1983 2016) MP3

Chris Rea   Bootlegs Collection [13 Releases] (1983 2016) MP3

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MP3 320 Kbps | Pop rock, soft rock, electric blues, blues rock | 2.3 Gb

Christopher Anton Rea (/ˈriːə/ REE-ə; born 4 March 1951) is an English rock and blues singer-songwriter and guitarist. Born and raised in Middlesbrough, he is of Italian and Irish descent. He is known for his distinctive, husky singing and slide guitar playing,[3] with the Guinness Rockopedia describing him as a "gravel-voiced guitar stalwart". After learning to play the guitar relatively late, a short burst of local band activity led to his launching a solo career in 1978.

Louder magazine calls Rea "rock’s ultimate survivor", given his recovery from several bouts of serious illness. He has produced twenty-five solo albums, with several from his later blues period – such as Blue Guitars (2005) – having multiple discs. British Hit Singles & Albums says that Rea was "one of the most popular UK singer-songwriters of the late 1980s" and "already a major European star by the time he finally cracked the UK Top 10 with the release of the [1989] single The Road to Hell (Part 2)… his 18th chart entry."[6] Two of his most successful studio albums, The Road to Hell (1989) and Auberge (1991), topped the UK Albums Chart. His other hit songs include I Can Hear Your Heartbeat, Stainsby Girls, Josephine, On the Beach, Let’s Dance, Driving Home for Christmas, Working on It, Tell Me There’s a Heaven, Auberge, Looking for the Summer, Winter Song, Nothing to Fear, Julia, and If You Were Me, a duet with Elton John. Rea was nominated three times for the Brit Award for Best British Male Artist: in 1988, 1989 and 1990.

Rea has never toured the United States, where he is best known for the 1978 single Fool (If You Think It’s Over), which reached No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 and spent three weeks at No. 1 on the Adult Contemporary chart. This success earned him a Grammy nomination as Best New Artist in 1978. A decade later, Working On It topped the Mainstream Rock chart. As of 2009, Rea had sold more than 30 million records worldwide

1983 – Live At Musikladen 00:42:18 320kbps
1987 – Live In Lyric Theatre Entertainment Centre Sydney, Australia 2CD 02:02:57 320kbps
1993 – Live At Exhibition And Conference Centre, Aberdeen 2CD 01:31:03 320kbps
2001 – Live In Cologne mage 00:22:51 320kbps
2002 – Dancing Down The Stony Road 01:19:08 320kbps
2002 – Live At Montreux Jazz Festival* 00:23:51 320kbps
2006 – Chris Rea & Friends 01:21:03 192kbps
2006 – Chris Rea In Moscow 01:20:56 320kbps
2006 – The Road To Hell & Back 01:08:40 320kbps
2006 – The Road To Hell & Back : The Farewell Tour 01:50:25 320kbps
2006 – The Road To Hell & Back [Live | DVD Version] 2CD 01:50:24 320kbps
2008 – Live At Royal Albert Hall, 28th March, 2008 2CD 01:54:19 320kbps
2016 – Live At Rockpalast 1985 01:23:40 320kbps

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