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The Blue Cafe
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Album: The Blue Cafe
# Song Title   Time
1)    Square Peg, Round Hole
2)    Miss You Kiss
3)    Shadows of the Big Man
4)    Where Do We Go From Here
5)    Since I Found You
6)    Thinking of You
7)    As Long as I Have Your Lo
8)    Anyone Quite Like You
9)    Sweet Summer Day
10)    Stick by You
11)    I'm Still Holding On
12)    Blue Cafe
 

Album: The Blue Cafe
# Song Title   Time
1)    Square Peg, Round Hole
2)    Miss You Kiss
3)    Shadows of the Big Man
4)    Where Do We Go From Here
5)    Since I Found You
6)    Thinking of You
7)    As Long as I Have Your Lo
8)    Anyone Quite Like You
9)    Sweet Summer Day
10)    Stick by You
11)    I'm Still Holding On
12)    Blue Cafe
 
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Tracks

1. Square Peg, Round Hole

2. Miss Your Kiss

3. Shadows Of The Big Man

4. Where Do We Go From Here?

5. Since I Found You

6. Thinking Of You

7. As Long As I Have Your Love

8. Anyone Quite Like You

9. Sweet Summer Day

10. Stick By You

11. I'm Still Holding On

12. The Blue Cafe

Performer Notes
  • This 12-track, 1998 release by British songwriter and singer Chris Rea includes "Square Peg, Round Hole" and "Shadows Of The Big Man."
  • A confident and consistent album, The Blue Cafe combines Rea's atmospheric songwriting with larger doses of his slide guitar playing than usual. An overlooked talent of his, it underlies this collection of contemporary sounding songs rooted in dance beats and blues (a strange combination, but it works). Two songs from different sides of the spectrum illustrate the album well: "Sweet Summer Day" is one of the best from a master of summer anthems ("On the Beach," "All Summer Long," etc.), while "Where Do We Go From Here?" is a bitingly perceptive indictment of the emptiness of consumer culture laid against a cool, smooth backing track. All in all, this is one of Rea's most introspective albums and a strong addition to his catalog. ~ Rob Caldwell
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