From ‘Angels’ to ‘Feel’: The Ultimate Robbie Williams and Guy Chambers Playlist

This article looks at the best songs written by British songwriting duo Robbie Williams and Guy Chambers

In the realm of British pop music, few partnerships have been as influential and enduring as that of Guy Chambers and Robbie Williams. The creative synergy between these two talents has produced a plethora of chart-topping hits, emotional ballads, and anthems that have left a huge mark on the music industry. 

But how did this remarkable collaboration come to be?

The year was 1997, and Robbie Williams was at a crossroads in his career. He had recently departed from Take That and was on a quest to establish himself as a solo artist. It was during this pivotal moment that Williams crossed paths with Guy Chambers, and their musical destinies converged.

Their journey together would lead to the creation of some of the most iconic songs in the pop genre, transforming Robbie Williams into a global superstar.

In this blog post, we've curated the ultimate playlist of Robbie Williams and Guy Chambers' songs.

1.  "Angels" (1997)

We couldn't start this list without the timeless classic, "Angels,” which remains as Robbie Williams’ best-selling single. This song is more than just a hit; it's an anthem. 

If you want to learn more about how it was written, and how to play it - check out Guy Chambers’ songwriting course on MusicGurus.

2.  "Feel" (2002)

"Feel" is another Williams-Chambers masterpiece that showcases the emotional depth of their collaboration. It was the lead single taken from Williams’ fifth album "Escapology".

3.   "Let Me Entertain You" (1997)

"Let Me Entertain You" is an electrifying track that embodies the essence of Robbie Williams' live performances. It's a high-energy song that sums up the type of exhilarating artist Williams was, and still is.

4.   "Millennium" (1998)

"Millennium" is a song that celebrates the turn of the century and reached #1 on the UK Singles Chart, becoming Robbie Williams' second number-one single.

5.   "No Regrets" (1998)

With its poignant lyrics and memorable tune, "No Regrets" is a ballad that beautifully showcases both Williams' vocals and Chambers' songwriting prowess. It also features a spoken intro by Neil Tennant of the Pet Shop Boys.

This is another song that you can learn more about the songwriting and production, plus how to play it in Guy Chambers’ songwriting course on MusicGurus.

6.   "Strong" (1999)

"Strong" is a heartfelt and emotional song that resonates with many fans. It's another testament to the duo's ability to craft powerful ballads.

7.   "Rock DJ" (2000)

This is another high-energy offering from the songwriting duo which showcases another side of their writing talents. "Rock DJ" was another number one hit for Williams and the song features a sample from "Can I Kick It?" by A Tribe Called Quest.

8.   "Supreme" (2000)

"Supreme" is taken from the album “Sing When You’re Winning” and showcases Robbie Williams' storytelling abilities, and Chambers' brilliant musical arranging skills.

Learn how Guy Chambers and Robbie Williams wrote ‘Feel’, ‘Angels’ and ‘No Regrets’ in Guy Chambers’ songwriting masterclass on MusicGurus. You will also learn how to play these songs, with interactive sheet music and backing tracks.

As you listen to these tracks, you'll undoubtedly appreciate the creative synergy between Robbie Williams and Guy Chambers. Their collaboration has produced songs that have stood the test of time and continue to resonate with fans around the world. So, turn up the volume, enjoy the music, and revel in the extraordinary talents of this iconic duo.

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