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Post by Bart » 25 Nov 2007, 22:32

Hello everybody;

After some last tests, I am proud to announce the new CHAT PAGE !! Please come in and have a look around. In the past we used to have regularly chat events once a week in Friday night; perhaps it is a good idea to restore this old "habit" ?!? Please let me know what you think...

Also the lyrics to all Chris Rea songs are back online. Check [the guitar]-->[discography]-->[Lyrics]. The rest of the discography will follow ... (someday :? )
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Re: New chat

Post by Bart » 16 Mar 2008, 00:57

Bart wrote:Hello everybody;

After some last tests, I am proud to announce the new CHAT PAGE !! Please come in and have a look around. In the past we used to have regularly chat events once a week in Friday night; perhaps it is a good idea to restore this old "habit" ?!? Please let me know what you think...
Today was the first time again, for a LOONG time, we really had a great chat (with around 5,6,7 visitors online).
Care to join me and other CR-fans for a little talk, let me know when to make the regular weekly chat-evening ... My proposal is friday night, what do you think ?
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Re: New chat

Post by familychild » 16 Mar 2008, 08:07

yes - it was fun yesterday evening with the chat (well- e i was just trying to follow the conversation :-) but i it's a good thing. have a great sunday everyone!
take care - keep on dancing

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Re: New chat

Post by Tina3 » 16 Mar 2008, 14:11

Bart wrote:ello everybody;

After some last tests, I am proud to announce the new CHAT PAGE !! Please come in and have a look around. In the past we used to have regularly chat events once a week in Friday night; perhaps it is a good idea to restore this old "habit" ?!? Please let me know what you think...
familychild wrote:yes - it was fun yesterday evening with the chat (well- e i was just trying to follow the conversation :-) but i it's a good thing. have a great sunday everyone!
take care - keep on dancing
Hi Bart/ familychild,
Yes it was fun last night and good to talk to other C.R. fans.I think its a great idea to try and start up the Chat again.Bart are you just going to pick a day or are you going to pick a time as well?
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Tina :)
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Re: New chat

Post by lilybee » 16 Mar 2008, 18:33

I'd love to be part of it, but time zones might be a conflict, Friday nights to you is early afternoon here and I'm still at work, sometimes... I'll figure it out :D

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Re: New chat

Post by Chris » 17 Mar 2008, 07:33

Hi Bart/ familychild,
Yes it was fun last night and good to talk to other C.R. fans.I think its a great idea to try and start up the Chat again.Bart are you just going to pick a day or are you going to pick a time as well?
Kind regards
Tina :)

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Happy St. Paddy's Day Tina and Chris as well; he's half-Irish after all!
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Re: New chat

Post by Tina3 » 17 Mar 2008, 10:25

Hi Chris,
Happy St. Patrick's Day to you too :) or as we say here "La Fheile Padraig". I will have a good one :) :).It's anything Irish this weekend in Dublin wheather its music or dance.We have a big parade in the centre of Dublin and many other activities going on all weekend as well.I often wonder does C.R do anything today or has he lost that part of him.
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Re: New chat

Post by Chris » 17 Mar 2008, 11:33

Tina3 wrote:Hi Chris,
Happy St. Patrick's Day to you too :) or as we say here "La Fheile Padraig". I will have a good one :) :).It's anything Irish this weekend in Dublin wheather its music or dance.We have a big parade in the centre of Dublin and many other activities going on all weekend as well.I often wonder does C.R do anything today or has he lost that part of him.
Kind regards
Tina :) :)
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Hi Tina once again,

I'm positive, he's Irish as well as Italian. Just listen to some of his Irish songs!
Have a good one!
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Re: New chat

Post by Tina3 » 17 Mar 2008, 12:04

Hi Chris,
For the day that it is I am sitting here listening to Celtic and Irish Blues.That way I have the best of both :) :)
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Re: New chat

Post by Chris » 17 Mar 2008, 12:14

Tina3 wrote:Hi Chris,
For the day that it is I am sitting here listening to Celtic and Irish Blues.That way I have the best of both :) :)
Tina :)
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Oh yes!
There's nothing more Irish in him than his "Last Drink" (and my last drink is always, always for you!) and "'Til the morning sun shines on my love and me."
I also pulled out album #9....
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Re: New chat

Post by Tina3 » 17 Mar 2008, 13:27

Hi Chris,
I love Till The Morning.... it is one of my favourate songs.Another great song is Irish Blues and so is Last Drink.If I'm honest I have to say I was a bit cross with Chris in the beginning on this CD because the majority of songs on this CD refer to drink.I know Ireland are known as a nation that LOVE to drink but it's not the only thing about us BUT now that I have listened to this CD quite a number of other things Irish are here as well. I am enjoyimg listening to this CD as I haven't listened to it in a while.
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Re: New chat

Post by Chris » 17 Mar 2008, 13:51

Well, you know, as long as Chris only sings about having a drink or two, it's all right. The way I look at the problem: there are other nations which might have a problem with too much drinking and it would be simply foolish of us to point a finger at anyone in particular. But you're right: we all tend to look at things the stereotype way, a little. Too bad.
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Re: New chat

Post by Tina3 » 17 Mar 2008, 14:41

Hi Chris
I think overall Chris tries to balance things out in this CD.I think now that the image I get from this CD is one where Irish people use drink in all areas of life.Its used for all types of occasions wheather happy or sad.I don't think anything should have a sterotypical image but sadly it does.The Irish have always had that image of been heavy drinkers but thats true of a lot of people as you rightly point out.
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Re: New chat

Post by blueskev » 19 Mar 2008, 23:55

lilybee wrote:I'd love to be part of it, but time zones might be a conflict, Friday nights to you is early afternoon here and I'm still at work, sometimes... I'll figure it out :D

Lily B.
Hi lily B,

Work is such a pain, it gets in the way of so many important things! I'm sure there is a way ;-)
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Re: New chat

Post by lilybee » 20 Mar 2008, 05:05

Thanks Kev :D

I'll try to snoop in this Friday, see if I can get in.

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