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Yeah Chris , i've ended up with all the different versions of Stony Road ....I also like the DVD version of the bonus videos .......When these things arrive in the post , my wife or kids will say ,"have'nt you already got that one ?" , and I always say ,"NO ,it just looks similar"Chris wrote: The record companies are making us buy these "special editions' knowing they are or will become collectors' items. I don't mind this happening at all as long as these recordings contain Chris Rea's music....
Best regards to you,
jwanzong wrote:My favorite part of Stoney Road and Blue Guitars is listening to all the "stuff" in the back ground on these albums.
5 HOURS dental surgery .You are a very brave woman.I think I would need BOTH Chris and the valium.jwanzong wrote:And if you ever need a great way to make it through 5 hours of dental surgery I HIGHLY recommend Chris on the Ipod really loud. Absolutely better than the valium they offered me.
jwanzong wrote:Hi Alan,
I agree with you about the sound on the headphones. FANTASTIC! My favorite part of Stoney Road and Blue Guitars is listening to all the "stuff" in the back ground on these albums. On both albums you can hear quite clearly all the various instruments and different types of mics when you have the headphones on. I didn't relaize it until I had the song Are You Ready playing full blast on my headphones that at the end of the song Chris says 'Quite Good'. I had to laugh.
I'm sure you can hear his chair squeeking at the end of Ain't Going Down This Way ...all adds to the atmosphere
And if you ever need a great way to make it through 5 hours of dental surgery I HIGHLY recommend Chris on the Ipod really loud. Absolutely better than the valium they offered me.
5 hours of dental surgery ?...........aaaaggggghhhhhh!
Totally agree Jim , as everytime you play the 20 song version, something else pops out ....a few days ago I could not stop listening to QualifiedJim M wrote:Stoney Road is one of my favorite CD's period.I look at it as his coming out as a bonified Blues artist.I'll never forget the grin on my face on the first playing of this album.As i've said on a previous thread the 20 song version is my favorite.The 20 song version is under Jazzee Blue label and the 2 others are from EDEL.
Is it possible this was when he had enough with the record companies and started Jazzee Blue ? Especially after watching the DVD and seeing the frustration with the record excecs. ?
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