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CHRIS REA - TELL ME THERE'S A HEAVEN (SONG)
Year:1989
Music/Lyrics:Chris Rea
Producer:Chris Rea
Jon Kelly
World wide:
at  Peak: 11 / weeks: 9

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7" Single
WEA 9031-71045-7 (de)


TRACKS
1990
7" Single WEA 9031-71045-7 [de]
1. Tell Me There's A Heaven
6:01
2. And When She Smiles
3:11
   

AVAILABLE ON FOLLOWING MEDIA
VersionLengthTitleLabel
Number
Format
Medium
Date
6:00The Road To HellWEA
246 285-1
Album
LP
07/10/1989
6:01Tell Me There's A HeavenWEA
9031-71045-7
Single
7" Single
1990
5:36Winter SongEastWest
YZ 629 W
Single
7" EP
1991
6:02HeavenEastWest
9031-74231-2
Single
CD-Single
1991
6:00The Best Of Chris ReaEastWest
4509-98040-2
Album
CD
21/10/1994
6:02The Very Best OfEastWest
0927 42128 2
Album
CD
23/11/2001
6:01Heartbeats - Greatest HitsWarner
5046754542
Album
CD
05/08/2005
6:03Still So Far To Go... The Best OfRhino
2564 68662 9
Album
CD
09/10/2009
MUSIC DIRECTORY
Chris ReaChris Rea: Discography / Become a fan
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SONGS BY CHRIS REA
1975
1st Snow Mingus
90's Blues
Ace Of Hearts
All Summer Long
All Summer Long [Version 2000]
Alone
And When She Smiles
And You My Love
Angel Of Love
Anyone Quite Like You
Are You Ready
As Long As I Have Your Love
Auberge
Auf immer und ewig
Baby Don't Cry
BB Was A Comanche
Beautiful
Because It's You
Because Of You
Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
Big C
Big C Big Sea
Black Dog
Bless Them All
Blue Miles
Blue Street
Blues For Janice
Bombollini
Boom Boom
Born Bad
Born To Lose
Bows And Bangles
Breaking Point
Burning Feet
Candles
Can't Get Through
Cenotaph / Letter From Amsterdam
Changing Times
Chisel Hill
Cleveland Calling
Come So Far, Yet Still So Far To Go
Coming off the Ropes
Crack That Mould
Curse Of The Traveller
Dance With Me All Night Long
Dance! (Don't Think)
Dancing Girls
Dancing My Blues Away
Dancing Shoes
Dancing The Blues Away
Dancing With Charlie
Danielle's Breakfast
Daytona
Deep Water
Deltics
Detroit
Diamonds
'Disco' La Passione (Chris Rea / Shirley Bassey)
Distant Summers
Do It For Your Love
Do You Believe In Love (Vargas Blues Band feat. Chris Rea)
Do You Still Dream?
Donahue's Broken Wheel
Don't Give Your Ace Away
Don't Look Back
Don't Turn Away
Don't Want Your Best Friend
Dov'e il signore
Driving Home For Christmas
Driving Home For Christmas 2003
E
Early In The Morning (John Mayall featuring Chris Rea)
Easy Rider
Electric Guitar
Electric Memphis Blues
Espresso Logic
Every Beat Of My Heart
Every Second Counts
Every Time I See You Smile
Everytime It Rains
Evil No. 2
Expectations
Firefly
Fires Of Spring
Florence Streets
Fool (If You Think It's Over)
Fool (If You Think It's Over) ('88 Remix)
Footprints In The Snow
For Ever And Ever
Freeway
Friends Across The Water
From Love To Love
Funk 48
Girl In A Sports Car
Give That Girl A Diamond
Giverny
God Gave Me An Angel
God's Great Banana Skin
Gone Fishing
Gonna Buy A Hat
Good Morning
Good News
Goodbye Little Columbus
Goodnight Joe
Guitar Street
Hamburg - St. Petersburg
Happy On The Road
He Should Know Better
Head Out On The Highway
Heading For The City
Heaven
Hello Friend
Hey You
Hired Gun
Hofner Blue Notes
Hofner Break
Holding Out
Horses
Hudson's Dream
I Ain't The Fool
I Can Hear Your Heartbeat
I Can Hear Your Heartbeat '88
I Can't Dance To That
I Can't Wait For Love
I Don't Care Anymore
I Don't Know What It Is But I Love It
I Just Wanna Be With You
I Saw You Coming
I Thought I Was Going To Lose You
I Will Be With You
I Will Go On
If Anybody Asks You
If I Ever Get Over You
If You Choose To Go
If You Really Love Me
If You Were Me (Elton John & Chris Rea)
I'm In My Car
I'm Ready
I'm Still Holding On
I'm Taking The Day Out
It's All Gone
Jazzee Blue
Johnny Needs A Fast Car
Jordan 191
Josephine
Josephine [la version française]
Josie's Tune
Joys Of Christmas
Julia
Just One Of Those Days
Just Passing Through
Just Want To Be With You
Keep on Dancing
Kestrel Avenue
King Of The Beach
KKK Blues
La passione
Last Open Road
Last Train
Le Mans
Legacy Blues
Let It Loose
Let It Roll
Let Me Be The One
Let Me In
Let's Dance (Middlesbrough F.C. feat. Bob Mortimer and Chris Rea)
Let's Dance
Let's Do It
Let's Getaway
Lies Become The Truth
Light Of Hope
Little Blonde Plaits
Long Is The Time, Hard Is The Road
Looking For A Rainbow
Looking For The Summer
Lose My Heart In You
Love Turns To Lies
Love's Strange Ways
Loving You
Loving You Again
Lucky Day
Marvin
Meet Me On The Mountain
Midnight Blue
Midnight Love
Miles Is A Cigarette
Miss Your Kiss
Mississippi 2
Monday Morning
Money
Moving On
Mystery Man
Never Tie Me Down
New Times Square
New Way
Nicolette
No Qualification
No Work Today
Nothing Left Behind
Nothing To Fear
Nothing's Happening By The Sea
Olive Oil
On The Beach
On The Beach Summer '88
One Golden Rule
One Sweet Tender Touch
Only To Fly
Only With You
Out Of The Darkness
Paint My Jukebox Blue
Paris In Minneapolis
Piano Break
Que sera
Raincoat And A Rose
Reasons
Red
Red Shoes
Restless Soul
Road Songs For Lovers
Rock And Roll Tonight
Rock My Soul
Ruby Blue
Runaway
Russian Roulette
Sail Away
Sandwriting
Sao Paulo Blue
Saudade
Saudi Blue
Schimanski und Mandel Theme
Screw You And Your Deep Blue Sea
Seabird
September Blue
Set Me Free
Shadows Of The Big Man
Shamrock Diaries
She Closed Her Eyes
She Gave It Away
Shine, Shine, Shine
Shirley Do You Own A Ferrari?
Since I Don't See You Anymore
Since I Found You
Sing A Song Of Love To Me
Six Up
Slow Dance
Smile
So Lonely
So Much Love
Soft Top, Hard Shoulder
Somebody Say Amen
Someday My Peace Will Come
Sometimes
Somewhere Between Highway 61 & 49
Soup Of The Day
Speed
Spy
Square Peg, Round Hole
Stainsby Girls
Standing In Your Doorway
Steel River
Steel River Blues
Stick By You
Stick It
Still Beautiful
Still Going To A Go Go
Stone
Stony Road
Stop
Strange Dance
Summer Love
Sweet Kiss
Sweet Summer Day
Take The Mingus Train
Tamatave
Tell Me There's A Heaven
Tennis
Texas [1983]
Texas [1989]
That Girl Of Mine
That's The Way It Goes
That's What They Always Say
The Beat Goes On
The Blue Cafe
The Bones Of Angels
The Chance Of Love
The Closer You Get
The Hustler
The Last Open Road
The Memory Of A Good Friend
The Mention Of Your Name
The Pain Of Loving You
The Road Ahead
The Road To Hell (Part 2)
The Road To Hell (Part I)
The Shadow Of A Fool
The Things Lovers Should Do
The Way She Moves
The Way You Look Tonight
Theme From The Pantile Journals
There She Goes
There's Only You
Think Like A Woman
Thinking Of You
Three Angels
Three Little Green Candles
'Til The Morning
Too Much Pride
Touché d'amour
True Love
Twisted Wheel
Twister Inside
Two Lost Souls
Two Roads
Urban Samurai
Valentino
Waiting For A Blue Sky
We Don't Have A Problem
What Became
What Kind Of Love Is This
Whatever Happened To Benny Santini?
When The Good Lord Talked To Jesus
When The Grey Skies Turn To Blue
When The Truth Comes Out
When You Know Your Love Has Died
Where Do We Go From Here?
Where The Blues Come From
Who Do You Love
Windy Town
Winning
Winter Song
Wired To The Moon
Work Gang
Working On It
Yes I Do
You Can Go Your Own Way
You Got Lucky
You Must Be Evil
You Must Follow
You My Love, And
Your Warm And Tender Love
You're Not A Number
ALBUMS BY CHRIS REA
Auberge
Blue Guitars
Blue Street (Five Guitars)
Chris Rea
Dancing Down The Stoney Road
Dancing With Strangers
Deltics
Espresso Logic
Fool If You Think It's Over - The Definitive Greatest Hits
God's Great Banana Skin
Heartbeats - Greatest Hits
Herzklopfen
Hofner Blue Notes
King Of The Beach
La passione
On The Beach
On The Beach + The Road To Hell
Original Album Series
Road Songs For Lovers
Santo Spirito Blues
Shamrock Diaries
Still So Far To Go... The Best Of
Stony Road
Stony Road / Blue Jukebox
Tennis
The Best Of - New Light Through Old Windows
The Best Of Chris Rea
The Blue Cafe
The Blue Jukebox
The Journey 1978-2009
The Platinum Collection
The Return Of The Fabulous Hofner Blue Notes
The Road To Hell
The Road To Hell & Back
The Road To Hell Part 2
The Triple Album Collection
The Very Best Of
Water Sign
Whatever Happened To Benny Santini?
Wired To The Moon
DVDS BY CHRIS REA
Farewell Tour
The Road To Hell & Back
 
REVIEWS
Average points: 4.83 (Reviews: 42)
******
wunderbare Ballade ab seinem Album "The road to hell". Die Instrumente werden ganz spärlich eingesetzt und erzeugen eine warme Stimmung...
****
ganz ok, doch etwas ruhig
*****
# 24 in GB Anfang 1990. Gefühlvoll, ohne peinlich zu werden - typisch Chris Rea.
**
schwach
*****
Das finde ich nicht peinlich, sondern wie Phil eher sehr schön...da passt seine Stimme so richtig gut zum Song...o.k., eigentlich müsste man den an Weihnachten hören...aber auch heute sehr schön.
******
staune das die nummer 10 jahre später in österreich knapp die top 10 verpasste...
muss da ganz klar erhöhen..das ist wunderschön traurig..das verhöhnende review zu "ich hab euch alle lieb" ist geschmacklos!
Last edited: 17.12.2006 17:20
*****
mich erinnerts auch an weihnachten, schöner song
*****
"Oh every night a baby dies
And every night a mama cries
What makes those me do what they do
To make that person black and blue"

Sehr berührend - starker Song von Chris Rea!
******
perfect song
******
...ausgezeichnet...
zsczsc, sanremo ... ist nicht ernsthaft gemeint... oder?
Last edited: 11.08.2007 23:51
******
Absolut genialer Ausklang vom Album "Road To Hell"!!!
*****
Da bekommt es auch mal der liebe Rewer zu spüren. ;-) Wahrlich eine extrem schöne Ballade, die fast Leonard-Cohen-Qualitäten hat, wobei das Orchester ordentlich Schmalz dazu buttert. ;-)
******
...wunderschöne Ballade mit einem wundervollem Text, definitiv 6*!...
*****
Wunderschöner Abschluss ab dem Album The Road To Hell!
****
eine schöne nummer, mir gefallen aber die druckvolleren sachen von ihm besser...
*****
Super schön, aber sogar für mich etwas zu düster und melancholisch. Hat genau die Stimmung von George Michaels "A Different Corner".
****
Sicher gut gemeint, aber ist mir einfach eine Spur zu
"süsslich" geraten......
Last edited: 06.11.2009 18:32
***
just good
Last edited: 17.07.2015 12:00
*****
gefällt mir immer gut, wenn ein Künstler die ausgetretenen Pfade verläßt und trotzdem er bleibt
*****
Diese erwärmende Stimme von Chris ist schon ein Genuss für die Ohren. Und der an Streichern angereicherte Schmusesong war passend um Weihnachten rum in den Ö-Charts vertreten, damals.

Sehr slow, sehr romantisch. Ein Song für schöne Stunde (u.a. vorm Kamin).
*****
▒ Schitterende track van een schitterende zanger afkomstig van zijn album "The Road To Hell" uit eind 1989 !!! Ruim 6 minuten genieten van "Chris Rea's" krasse zangstem ☺!!!
*****
Schön -5
*****
schöne Ballade, aber es fehlt noch etwas für den 6. Stern
******
ich geb den 6ten* dazu ... himmlisch
****
Klingt natürlich arg verkitscht und auch etwas naiv - irgendwie hat es aber auch etwas Beruhigendes und böse sein kann man ihm nie so richtig. Aufgerundet.
******
Den 6. Stern gibt es für die Tatsache, dass der Song eine Menge Leuten viel Trost gespendet und ihnen Hoffnung gegeben hat.
*****
schön
*****
...sehr tiefgehende berührende Ballade, ohne süss oder schnulzig zu wirken...
*****
sehr schönes lied...
****
eine Ballade, die gut in die (Vor-)Weihnachtszeit passt – knapp aufgerundete 3.5 (so toll wie hier einige weissmachen wollen, ist es nun wirklich nicht!)...
***
Ist mir viel zu schwülstig und bombastisch geraten!
**
Gefällt mir nicht.
*****
... ist zwar mal etwas ganz anderes von ihm, aber auch zu dieser Bombast-Musik im Hintergrund kommt die Stimme sehr gut ... immer am Rande zum Kitsch ...
*****
... durchaus schön ...
******
Ohne wenn und aber 6*.
******
zeer mooie plaat
****
gut
******
Gänsehautfeeling pur! Einfach traumhaft schön!
*****
Gefällt mir gut
****
Klingt wie ein Wiegenlied ... ganz schön, aber richtig ergriffen bin ich nicht von dem Song! IRL #20
*****
helemaal niets mis met deze wonderschone track
****
Siehe "Dino".
Was Orchestersongs von ihm angeht, gefällt mir das Album "La Passione" um einiges besser.
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