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The Blue Jukebox

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CHRIS REA
SANTO SPIRITO
BRAND NEW STUDIO ALBUM & BOX SET
Release date: SEPTEMBER 5TH 2011

Following his sell-out UK & European tour in 2010 and 2009’s UK Top Ten album Still So Far To Go - The Best Of Chris Rea, one of the UK’s foremost singers and songwriters returns with his first new material in over 10 years.

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  • Audio CD (22 Mar. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Jazzee Blue
  • ASIN: B0001DD02G
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 118,625 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Beat Goes On
2. Long Is The Time, Hard Is The Road
3. Lets Do It
4. Let It Roll
5. Steel River Blues
6. Somebody Say Amen
7. Blue Street
8. Monday Morning
9. Restless Soul
10. What Kind Of Love Is This
11. Paint My Jukebox Blue
12. Baby Don't Cry
13. Speed

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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 29 Mar. 2004
Format: Audio CD
Having waited with great enthusiasm for this 'second' reborn Rea album, I was surprised to find a collection of work not too unlike some earlier albums. His shift in direction on Stony Road came as a bit of a shock to the system, albeit a pleasant one, and to be honest I anticipated more of exactly the same. Some purists may disagree here, but the mood of this album is not so unlike that of Blue Cafe or King of the Beach - both classic, chillout Rea! Yes, there are many parallels with Stony Road and the artist's love for Jazz/Blues is certainly apparent, but this time the change from his earlier work is slightly more subtle. Here we're treat to a laid back fusion of smouldering sax and gentle piano laced with classic Rea slide guitar playing and bluesy vocals. Rea fans who may have found the transition in Stony Road a bit hard going and prefer his older more gentle work will love this. Having acquired the taste for the new Chris Rea and collected his every album, I can hand on heart say that this has to be one of the best yet. I challenge anyone looking for late night wind down to find fault with this sublime work of art. Superb - Buy it!!
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Mitch on 29 Mar. 2004
Format: Audio CD
From the moment you open the limtied edition packaging you know this is going to be a special release from Chris Rea. When he changed direction with Dancing down the Stony Road, he lost many of his MOR Rock fans but gained admirers of this music that he loves to compose. Blue Jukebox is an album you may just like if you didn't appreciate Dancing... though. It is very laidback, lots of sax, slide guitar and piano. Its a smooth blues/jazz unlike the sometimes harsher Dancing...
The best songs are the slow ones- Steel River Blues, Long is the time and Baby Don't Cry. The quicker songs- the Beat Goes On and Speed are equally good though, and pick up where Blue Street finished.Somebody Say Amen starts off with some wonderful imagery put over Rea's unique style. Rea's gravely voice, fantastic playing and wonderful songwriting abilities in more than one field has hes now proved make this a must for any Blues fan.
Possibly the best CD you'll buy this year- certainly one you'll keep coming back to.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Wanzong on 17 Nov. 2004
Format: Audio CD
With each album I say Chris Rea can't possibly top himself. With album I am prove myself wrong agin. he has fantastically topped Stoney Road! This is so obviously and clearly what he was meant to do! The ice cream world can survive without him - the music industry cannot! Blues, raw emotions, gutsy lyrics, fantastic slide guitar work, outstanding horns and a flow from beginning to end that makes this a souful journey. This is a masterpiece of quality musicianship. Somebody say AMEN to Chris following his heart. This is exactly what he was meant to do! Highly recommend this to anyone who loves the blues, good story telling and legendary guitar work.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By A. J. Sudworth VINE VOICE on 29 Mar. 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album is a confirmation of Chris Rea's direction these days and is a far cry from the MOR style he has dome before. I for one think this album is superb. The vocals are gruff, the sound of the guitars and sax work well so well togther that you can almost see the curling smoke in the night club. Its got such an atmosphere on this album that it demands you listen - its not back ground music and thats a fact. Forget what you think you know about Chris Rea - this is someone who really feels his music and is such a far cry from the manufactured pop stuff you get on the radio.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Maloney on 24 April 2004
Format: Audio CD
Chris Rea's newly released The Blue Jukebox is bluesy,
but it's a lotmore than that. After listening to the
CD for the third time, I found myself totally immersed
in a world of cerebral, smoky and seductive lyrics
and music. If you're looking for 'Road to Hell' type
Chris Rea here, you won't find it. However, if you
relax and remember Chris Rea almost didn't survive
a serious illness, you'll appreciate this CD, very much!
Imagine making music you love. That's what Chris
does on The Blue Jukebox.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By RT Twinem on 28 Mar. 2004
Format: Audio CD
Do you like late night music...can you imagine a smokey filled bar...the band playing in the corner....hitting those jazz filled blue notes that make your spine tingle...then this is the album for you! This is truly superb album, Chris Rea has never sounded finer, and has truly found his music genre. The musicians are superb ( have I used that word already :>)) headed by the one and only Rea who not only plays guitar but also piano, harmonica and electric bass. It is of course all rounded off with his rich deep vocals all adding to the atmosphere. So do yourself a favour....it's late at night....cuddle up with a loved one..... have a whisky on the rocks.....and fall gently into the jazzy blues world of the one and only Chris Rea!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Peyman Moazami on 28 Mar. 2004
Format: Audio CD
The Blue Jukebox is Rea's masterpiec of its own kind. Free from the pressure of the record labels, Chris Rea continues his journey through the world of Blues and Jazz in the most unique style that leaves Clapton and Gary Moore in the shadows. The album is a continuation of what he does in 2002's Stony Road and 2003's Five Guitars. The lyrics are sharp and melancholic and the album is a night-time accompaniment for solitude and tranquilityand meditation. The best cuts however are: Long is the time hard is the road, paint my jukebox blue, Steel river blues and what kind of love is this. Rea adds the saxophone for more beauty here. The album is a true masterpiece and a must have for any Rea fan out there
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