Rea, Chris

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Dancing With Strangers
Pop New - LP 6245 ML Motown
Sealed 1987 LP.... more details
 
Rea, Chris - New Light Through Old Windows New Light Through Old Windows
Pop Used - LP GHS 24232 Geffen
Hard To Find 1989 Vinyl. First Copy We Have Seen In 3 Years. Looks Unplayed.... more details
 
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Shamrock Diaries
Pop Used - LP 825 539 Magnet
1985 LP Embossed Cover Original.... more details
 
Rea, Chris - Wired To The Moon Wired To The Moon
Pop Used - LP MAGL 5057 Magnet
1984 UK Original.... more details
 
Rea, Chris - Deltics Deltics
Pop New - LP UA-LA959-H United Artists
Sealed 1979 Original, Cut Corner. “Named After The British Rail Class 55 Of Diesel Locomotive Trains That Were Built In The Early '60s And Were Just About To Be Withdrawn From Service, Rea Showed His Interest In Various Forms Of Transport That Would Continue Throughout His Recording Career. He Took A Leaf Out Of The Elton John Songbook With The Opening Track "Twisted Wheel" Which Has A Thumping Piano Running Throughout And A Melody Not Unlike Elton's Song "Part Time Love." This Style Was Continued On The Song "Dance (Don't Think)" And The One Single Taken From Deltics, The Track "Diamonds," But This Was Hardly Surprising As The Album Was Produced By Gus Dudgeon Who Had Been Influential In Producing Most Of Elton John's Albums To Date. However, There Was A Variety On The Album That Showed Great Promise, From These Uptempo Numbers To The Great Atmospheric Guitar Work By Robert Ahwry On The Title Track And The Ballads "She Gave It Away" And "The Things That Lovers Do." "Raincoat And A Rose" Was Obviously Going To Tug At The Heartstrings With A String Section During The Intro And The Chorus, And The Song Did Turn Out To Be About Forbidden Love While The Track "Cenotaph" Was An Interesting Two-Minute Instrumental That Led Into The More Rock-Oriented "Letter From Amsterdam." Because Rea's Career Has Lasted So Long, Still Enjoying Hit Albums In The 21st Century, His Early Work, Which Was Not As Commercially Successful, Is Sometimes Overlooked And Deltics Is A Prime Example, A Great Album, Hardly Ever Mentioned In Discussions Of Chris Rea's Many Recordings.” Sharon Mawer, AMG.... more details
 
Rea, Chris - Water Sign Water Sign
Pop Used - LP 823 077 Magnet
1983 German Original.... more details
 
Rea, Chris - Whatever Happened To Benny Santini? Whatever Happened To Benny Santini?
Pop New - LP UA-LA879-H United Artists
Sealed 1978 Original. Custom Song Sticker Over Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Rea, Chris - Whatever Happened To Benny Santini? Whatever Happened To Benny Santini?
Pop New - LP UA-LA879-H United Artists
Sealed 1978 Original. Clean Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Rea, Chris - The Road To Hell The Road To Hell
Pop Used - LP GHS 24276 Geffen
1989 Original With Gold Promo Stamp And Custom Hype Sticker On Front Cover. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve With Printed Lyrics.... more details
 
Rea, Chris - The Road To Hell (Parts 1 & 2) / Josephine The Road To Hell (Parts 1 & 2) / Josephine
Pop Used - 12 YZ 431T Warner
Beautiful 1989 UK 12 Inch Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve.... more details
 
Rea, Chris - Chris Rea Chris Rea
Pop Used - LP LWG 1285 Magnet
Rare Japan Only, Promo Only LP With 3x5 Glossy Photo Insert. Light Seam Wear On All Three Seams. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Rea, Chris - Deltics Deltics
Pop New - LP UA-LA959-H United Artists
Sealed 1979 Original With Custom "Diamonds" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Crisp Corners. “Named After The British Rail Class 55 Of Diesel Locomotive Trains That Were Built In The Early '60s And Were Just About To Be Withdrawn From Service, Rea Showed His Interest In Various Forms Of Transport That Would Continue Throughout His Recording Career. He Took A Leaf Out Of The Elton John Songbook With The Opening Track "Twisted Wheel" Which Has A Thumping Piano Running Throughout And A Melody Not Unlike Elton's Song "Part Time Love." This Style Was Continued On The Song "Dance (Don't Think)" And The One Single Taken From Deltics, The Track "Diamonds," But This Was Hardly Surprising As The Album Was Produced By Gus Dudgeon Who Had Been Influential In Producing Most Of Elton John's Albums To Date. However, There Was A Variety On The Album That Showed Great Promise, From These Uptempo Numbers To The Great Atmospheric Guitar Work By Robert Ahwry On The Title Track And The Ballads "She Gave It Away" And "The Things That Lovers Do." "Raincoat And A Rose" Was Obviously Going To Tug At The Heartstrings With A String Section During The Intro And The Chorus, And The Song Did Turn Out To Be About Forbidden Love While The Track "Cenotaph" Was An Interesting Two-Minute Instrumental That Led Into The More Rock-Oriented "Letter From Amsterdam." Because Rea's Career Has Lasted So Long, Still Enjoying Hit Albums In The 21st Century, His Early Work, Which Was Not As Commercially Successful, Is Sometimes Overlooked And Deltics Is A Prime Example, A Great Album, Hardly Ever Mentioned In Discussions Of Chris Rea's Many Recordings.” Sharon Mawer, AMG.... more details
 
Rea, Chris - Tennis Tennis
Pop Used - LP JC 36435 Columbia
1980 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve And Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. Appears Unplayed. Very Underrated.... more details
 
Rea, Chris - Whatever Happened To Benny Santini? Whatever Happened To Benny Santini?
Pop New - LP UA-LA879-H United Artists
Sealed 1978 Original. Small Cut Corner.... more details
 

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