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Chris Rea - Auberge

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"Auberge" – 7:18 "Gone Fishing" – 4:41 "You're Not a Number" – 5:00 "Heaven" – 4:13 "Set Me Free" – 6:53 "Winter Song" – 4:35 "Red Shoes" – 3:54 "Sing a Song of Love to Me" – 3:34 "Every Second Counts" – 5:08 "Looking for the Summer" – 5:03 "And You My Love" – 5:28 "The Mention of Your Name" – 3:17  
 
Record Details
Artist: Chris Rea
Title: Auberge
Format: CD
Label: EastWest
Cat No: 9031-73580-2
Released: Apr 1991
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Genres: Blues Rock, Soft Rock, Pop Rock
   
Numbered: #66
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Comments Auberge (a French word meaning "inn") is the eleventh studio album by English singer-songwriter Chris Rea, released in 1991. The album, as well as the title song, is notable for its association with the Caterham Super Seven that Rea owned, which he called the "Blue Seven". The car appears on the album cover, illustrated in oil by renowned motoring artist Alan Fearnley.[2] The album makes several references to the car over several tracks, as well on the video of the title song,[3] and its cover illustration was used for its adverts. In 2005, Rea sold the car in an auction.[4]

This album was written & recorded at Miraval Studios, France and mixed at Mountain Studios, Switzerland
Original white sleeve 11 track UK & Europe release, without "Winter Song"
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