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Since 2002 Dancing Down the Stony Road, his main guitar was Italia Maranello called "Bluey".
Rea says that he likes to "read a lot and even though I chose music, journalism was my first passion.
In February 2008, Chris Rea released a new album, The Return of the Fabulous Hofner Blue Notes (a dedication to the 1960s Hofner guitar), featuring 38 new tracks on three CDs and two vinyl, which included a hardback book of his paintings.
The guitar once was submerged in water for three months and was more mellow in sound compared to the classic hard Stratocaster sound.His other hit songs include, "I Can Hear Your Heartbeat", "Stainsby Girls", "Josephine", "On the Beach" (Adult Contemporary No.9), "Let's Dance", "Driving Home for Christmas", "Working on It" (Mainstream Rock No.Initially he was interested to learn about and elevate the business, but as his ideas did not find understanding by his father, eventually one day left it and was replaced by one of his brothers.With regards to his guitar playing technique, "bottleneck" also known as slide guitar, and music style, Rea developed it with inspiration of Charlie Patton (who he heard on the radio and initially erroneously thought his playing sounded like a violin), and soon tried to join a friend's group, The Elastic Band, as the first choice for guitar or bass, but according to his father's advice he did not start because the payment was not enough to pay the costs.