Dancing With Strangers (3 Bonus Tracks) Import
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This LP was the half way through his run of 80's Classics and this is a great purchase alongside "Wired to The Moon", "Shamrock Diaries", "On The Beach" and "Road to Hell".
This CD is a must buy - so go on BUY IT!!!!
1."Joys of Christmas" - 5:15
2."I Can't Dance to That" - 4:19
3."Windy Town" - 4:25
4."Gonna Buy a Hat" - 4:25
5."Curse of the Traveller" - 6:26
6."Let's Dance" - 4:07
7."Que Sera" - 5:23
8."Josie's Tune" - 2:19
9."Loving You Again" - 5:40
10."That Girl of Mine" - 3:41
11."September Blue" - 3:09
12."I Don't Care Any More" - 2:10
13."Donahue's Broken Wheel" - 3:02
14."Danielle's Breakfast" - 4:33
Tracks 12, 13, 14 are bonus tracks not available on the initial LP release.
It starts brilliantly with 'Joys of Christmas' - an accurate view on the struggles of christmas. From this song the album sounds like a band playing together, rather than dubbing. It is clear now that 'I can't dance to that' is Rea's rant at his record company. 'Windy Town', 'Gonna Buy a Hat', 'Let's Dance', 'Loving You Again' all follow, and are all examples of Chris at his best. The songs in-between don't disappoint either - 'Curse of the Traveller' is a haunting tune, and 'Que Sera' is unsurprisingly nice and upbeat.
Having heard Chris's latest album, the 'bluesy' 'Stony Road', it is clear when listening to earlier albums, what his original intentions were - where blues form the main root of many of the songs ('Let's Dance', for example). As ever, his slight guitar is brilliant, as are his lyrics.
An excellent album all-round. A must for any Chris fan (if there are any who still haven't got it!) and anybody who likes his mainstream hits. This album won't disappoint.
Chris was obviously feeling more "Christmassy" the next year when he wrote "driving home for Christmas"
It is one of a string of classic Albums that he released in the 80's (including "On the Beach", "Road to Hell" and "Shamrock Diaries")
Some of the tracks from this album (Windy Town and Let's Dance) were re-recorded and it is the newer versions that appear on the (many) hits packages. These original versions are well worth checking out.
The "Bonus Tracks" that were issued on the CD but not the LP (12-14 I think) are pleasant, but are not essential.
Although not my favourite Chris Rea album (Shamrock Diaries takes that title), it is up there with his best work and well worth owning.
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Perfect got this one to replace the original which had worn out The track September Blue is beautifulPublished 10 months ago by smile