Free from commercial pressures, Chris Rea’s third album, ‘Tennis’, saw him settle some scores and play the game on his own terms.
Caught in a riptide of disillusionment, Chris Rea’s free-flowing yet choppy 1983 album, ‘Water Sign’, led to a sea change in his fortunes.
Hitting the road yet again, Chris Rea’s sequel album, ‘The Road To Hell Part 2’, went off the beaten track to fuse guitar with dance rhythms.
Turning traffic woes into a dismantling of social decay, Chris Rea’s ‘The Road To Hell’ album emerged from gridlock as a soft-rock classic.
Proving that Chris Rea was the major-selling artist he had the potential to be, ‘Dancing With Strangers’ delivered on all his early promise.
From guitar heroes to pop gods and goddesses, the best 80s musicians shaped the decade and made it such a distinctive era.
With smooth guitar riffs and a huskily laidback drawl, the best Chris Rea songs put him on a road to glory as a bittersweet blues-rock hero.
Recorded just for fun, Driving Home For Christmas became an unexpected classic that now soundtracks Yuletide traffic jams the world over.
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