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Essential Early Recordings
2010 two CD collection from the British Rock icon, Cliff Richard's first two albums, both from 1959, are presented in their entirety here along with several of his most popular hit singles from the same time period. Altogether, they reveal the raw talent which first made him a star. Primo. Living Doll, High Glass Baby, Move It, Travellin' Light and Dynamite.
The Collection - CLIFF RICHARD
The Collection is a 2010 two CD collection from Sir Cliff, the British Pop icon. Take one track from each of Cliff Richards' 32 most popular albums and what have you got? This amazing double album! Highlighting Cliffs versatility from the very early 'Move It' as featured on his debut album Cliff through to 'Can't Keep This Feeling In' from the Real As I Wanna Be album. Also features 'The Young Ones', 'Take Me High', 'Travellin' Light', 'We Don't Talk Anymore', 'Girl From Ipanema', 'Time Drags By', 'Some People' and 'Devil Woman'. Booklet features extensive sleeve notes. EMI.
Whole Story: His Greatest Hits
finitive 2 CD collection released to coincide with Sir Cliff's 60th birthday. 46 tracks, from his first hit 'Move It' up to his 1999 hit 'The Millennium Prayer'. Additional tracks include his hits, 'Living Doll', 'It's All In The Game', 'Devil Woman', 'The Day I Met Marie', 'In The Country', 'Carrie', 'Dreamin'' and 'Daddy's Home'. 2000 release. Slimline double jewel case
It was in 1959 that Cliff first recorded and performed with The Shadows. In 2009, exactly 50 years later, Cliff & The Shadows have Reunited to release a new album of re-records of their classics plus 3 brand new recordings and they also went back on the road on a massive tour.
Cliff & The Shadows dominated the British popular music scene in the late 50s and early 60s, enjoying both solo and joint success. Between them they achieved no less than 19 No.1 hits, including; "Living Doll", "It’s All In The Game", "Travellin’ Light" & "Bachelor Boy". They appeared together in the movies Summer Holiday and The Young Ones from which came million-selling hit singles and albums. From 1968 both artists pursued individual careers & throughout the 70s and 80s The Shadows toured regularly and enjoyed Top 10 successes, often competing with Cliff for the number one spot.
Cliff went on to achieve huge worldwide success as a solo artist, scoring the most Top 10 and Top 20 hits in the UK singles chart. He remains the only UK artist ever to achieve a Number 1 single in five consecutive decades! 50 years on Cliff Richard, Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch and Brian Bennett take to the stage together for the very last time on this tour.
Cliff Richard And The Shadows - The Final Reunion [DVD]
In 1959 Cliff Richard first recorded and performed with The Shadows. In 2009 exactly 50 years later, Cliff and The Shadows are back on the road - 20 years since they last performed together in concert. Racking up an impressive 19 No.1 hits, including; 'Living Doll', It's All In The Game', 'Travellin' Light', 'Bachelor Boy', 'Wonderful Land' and 'Apache'. Cliff Richard and The Shadows also appeared together in the movies 'Summer Holiday' and 'The Young Ones', from which came million-selling hit singles and albums. Filmed Live at the 02 Arena, Cliff Richard, Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch and Brian Bennett take to the stage together for the very last time.
Sir Cliff Richard OBE is the biggest-selling artist of all time, selling over 250 million records around the world since he burst onto the music scene in 1958. But how has he kept his appeal all these years? In a world fuelled by drink, sex and drugs, he is perennially attractive without any of those things that keep other singers' profiles high. Now, working with the highly acclaimed biographer and journalist, Penny Junor, Cliff talks freely and frankly about what it is like to be Cliff. Inspirational, hugely talented, a much-loved household name, his story is extraordinary. Packed with hitherto unseen pictures and untold stories, and a host of unique visual memories, it is a book to read and treasure for the next fifty years.
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