Cliff Richard ‎– 75 At 75 / 75 Career Spanning Hits Devil Woman, Living Doll, Summer Holiday, Wired For Sound, Move It, We Don't Talk Anymore / Including Cliff's Brand New Song Golden / Warner Music 3x Audio CD 2015 / 0825646048892

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Cliff Richard ‎– 75 At 75 / 75 Career Spanning Hits Devil Woman, Living Doll, Summer Holiday, Wired For Sound, Move It, We Don't Talk Anymore / Including Cliff's Brand New Song Golden / Warner Music 3 CD Set 2015

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Label: Warner Music ‎– 0825646048892
Format: 3 × CD, Compilation
Country: Europe
Released: 2015
Genre: Rock, Pop
Style: Vocal, Pop Rock, Ballad, Soft Rock, Rock & Roll
2015 three CD set released to coincide with the 75th birthday of the veteran UK superstar. Contains 75 classic tracks spanning his entire career including "Living Doll", "Some People", "Summer Holiday", "Devil Woman", "Move It", 'We Don't Talk Anymore" and many others.


1-1 Move It!  
1-2 High Class Baby  
1-3 Mean Streak  
1-4 Living Doll  
1-5 Travellin' Light  
1-6 A Voice In The Wilderness  
1-7 Fall In Love With You  
1-8 Please Don't Tease  
1-9 Nine Times Out Of Ten  
1-10 I Love You  
1-11 Theme For A Dream  
1-12 Gee Whiz It's You  
1-13 A Girl Like You  
1-14 When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart  
1-15 The Young Ones  
1-16 I'm Lookin' Out The Window  
1-17 Do You Want To Dance  
1-18 It'll Be Me  
1-19 The Next Time  
1-20 Bachelor Boy  
1-21 Summer Holiday  
1-22 Lucky Lips  
1-23 It's All In The Game  
1-24 Don't Talk To Him  
1-25 I'm The Only One  
1-26 Constantly  
1-27 On The Beach  
1-28 The Twelfth Of Never  
1-29 I COuld Easily Fall (In Love With You)  
1-30 The Minute You're Gone  
1-31 Wind Me Up (Let Me Go)  
2-1 Visions  
2-2 Time Drags By  
2-3 In The Country  
2-4 It's All Over  
2-5 The Day I Met Marie  
2-6 All My Love  
2-7 Congratulations  
2-8 Big Ship  
2-9 Throw Down A Line  
2-10 Goodbye Sam, Hello Samantha  
2-11 Power To All Our Friends  
2-12 Miss You Nights  
2-13 Devil Woman  
2-14 We Don't Talk Anymore  
2-15 Carrie  
2-16 Dreamin'  
2-17 A Little In Love  
2-18 Wired For Sound  
2-19 Daddy's Home  
2-20 The Only Way Out  
2-21 She Means Nothing To Me
Guest – Phil Everly
2-22 True Love Ways  
Please Don't Fall In Love  
2-24 All I Ask Of You
Guest – Sarah Brightman
2-25 My Pretty One  
3-1 Some People  
3-2 Mistletoe And Wine  
3-3 The Best Of Me  
3-4 I Just Don't Have The Heart  
3-5 Silhouettes  
3-6 From A Distance  
3-7 Saviour's Day  
3-8 We Should Be Together  
3-9 I Still Believe In You  
3-10 Peace In Our Time  
3-11 Can't Keep This Feeling In  
3-12 The Millennium Prayer  
3-13 Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World  
3-14 Santa's List  
3-15 Somethin' Is Goin' On  
3-16 21st Century Christmas  
3-17 Move It
Guest – Brian Bennett, Brian May
3-18 Thank You For A Lifetime  
3-19 Golden  



Some people might wonder why singers release ‘greatest hits’ compilations every ten years or even more regularly. It’s not for their die hard fans but for the likes of myself who have never bought anything by that particular artist. I didn’t have any Cliff Richard records or CDs, so the first place to visit is usually a hits package. I’m not bothered about his later output, as I’m more interested in his pre 1973 material, so I plumped for this, as it has more of his familiar songs (to me) than his latest ones

This is great sing-a-long stuff, from the first ‘all British’ rock n roll song of ‘Move It’ through to ‘Power To All Our Friends’. I have to admit to being surprised that Cliff and the Shadows wrote, or co-wrote, a dozen of these, including what I think is a the terrific Beatlesque song in ‘I Could Easily Fall (In Love With You)’ along with ‘The Day I Met Marie’ and ‘Throw Down A Line’. The rest are equally as good, though there were a couple of things I wasn’t too sure about, and even I couldn’t listen to the three ‘Summer Holiday’ songs without picturing Cliff and the Shads (and Melvyn Hayes) on the bus and beach.

With 42 out of 75 tracks giving me something to listen to, it’s good value and even more so if you’re bothered about everything here.







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