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One Fine Day

Chris Rea

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1
Do You Still Dream? 00:04:10

Max Middleton, Keyboards - Chris Rea, Producer, Slide Guitar, Writer, MainArtist - Barry Hammond, Engineer - Dave Mattacks, Drums - Alan Murphy, Lead Guitar - dave paton, Bass Guitar

2019 Warner Music UK Ltd 2019 Magnet Records Ltd.

2
Loving You 00:03:53

Jon Kelly, Producer, Engineer - Chris Rea, Producer, Slide Guitar, Piano, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Barry Hammond, Engineer - Carol Kenyon, Backing Vocals - Jim Mullen, Guitar - Dave Mattacks, Drums - Renate Blauel, Engineer - Bruce Lynch, Bass Guitar - Tony Richards, Engineer - Linda Taylor, Backing Vocals - Katy Kissoon, Backing Vocals

2019 Warner Music UK Ltd 2019 Magnet Records Ltd.

3
One Fine Day 00:04:05

Chris Rea, Producer, Writer, MainArtist

2019 Warner Music UK Ltd 1993 Magnet Records Ltd

4
One Sweet and Tender Touch 00:04:42

Burleigh Drummond, Vocals - Chris Rea, Producer, Guitar, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - JOE PUERTA, Vocals - DAVID PACK, Vocals - Dave Mattacks, Drums - ANDREW POWELL, Bass Guitar - Michael Moran, Piano

2019 Warner Music UK Ltd 1988 Magnet Records Ltd.

5
If I Ever Break Free 00:02:56

Chris Rea, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - Barry Hammond, Engineer

2019 Warner Music UK Ltd 2019 Magnet Records Ltd.

6
Sierra Sierra 00:04:13

Chris Rea, Producer, Writer, MainArtist

2019 Warner Music UK Ltd 1983 Magnet Records Ltd.

7
Members Only 00:03:22

Chris Rea, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - Barry Hammond, Engineer

2019 Warner Music UK Ltd 2019 Magnet Records Ltd.

8
Let Me Be the One 00:03:23

Chris Rea, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - Barry Hammond, Engineer

2019 Warner Music UK Ltd 2019 Magnet Records Ltd.

9
One Night with You 00:04:31

Chris Rea, Producer, Guitar, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Martin Ditcham, Drums - Barry Hammond, Engineer - Robert Ahwai, Guitar - Gerry O'Connor, Banjo - Sylvin Marc, Bass Guitar - Ed Hession, Accordion

2019 Warner Music UK Ltd 2019 Magnet Records Ltd.

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