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|Cliff Richard & The Shadows - Established 1958
|Emi Records 2007||CD||10.00 €
|Cliff Richard & The Shadows - Reunited - 50th Anniversary Album
Early in 2009 Cliff & The Shadows entered the studio to record Reunited, their first album together in more than 30 years. The album features newly recorded versions of their hits along with three brand new tracks; "C'mon Everybody", "Sea Cruise" and "Singing The Blues"
|Emi 2009||CD||19.00 €
|Cliff Richard & The Shadows - Reunited 2CD
50th Anniversary Album. Limited edition with exclusive jigsaw & bonus 3 track CD
|Emi 2009||CD-Box||25.00 €
|Cliff Richard And The Shadows - Cliff / Cliff Sings
2 LPs = 1 CD. 32 tracks
|Emi 2001||CD||10.00 €
|Cliff Richard And The Shadows - The Final Reunion Blu-Ray Disc
||Eagle Vision 2012||DVD||25.00 €
|EP BOOK - Swedish Rock & Pop Pressings 1954-1969, 2nd edition
The EP Book (by author Roger Holegård) is truly a unique book about the greatest love and passion for many of us - music and vinyl records!
Record collectiong has become one of the fastest growing hobbies around the world today! Especially the beautiful picture sleeves in laminated hard paper sleeves produced in countries like Sween are today highly in demand among the international collectors. Ebay and other internet sites have helped propel the prices of some rare items virtually through the roof and into the sky.
The EP Book describes more than 1500 EPs in full detail - complete with colour photos of the beautiful and legendary sleeves. You'll find all the Extended Plays - EPs -that were manufactured in Sweden during the heydays of rock & roll and pop music 1954-1969! Both by international artists as well as by Scandinavian artists. It gives you not only a one liner biography on each artist, all the original labels and numbers, but also the song titles and their composers!
The EP Book also shows an evaluation grading from 1 to 10 of each record, reflecting its current attractiveness on the collectors market. In a special chapter exploring the roots of the EP are being presented in large detailed photos of its sleeves and labels. Even the back of the sleeves are depicted in this section.
The EP Book contains all pop, rock and rock & roll EPs where at least one track come with English lyrics. In addition it also contains all the hot instrumentals that were released and manufactured in Sweden during the 50's and 60's.
This jam-packed, expanded and revised, deluxe edition is now presented in full colour!
More than 1500 records are depicted in colour!
Incl. a title and label register!
Release end of January 2009
Illustrated in color
ca 400 pages
more than 500 new records!
more than 1500 records in colour!
approx. 6000 entries
|Premium Publishing 2009||Kirjat||40.00 €
|Hank Marvin - Hank Plays Cliff
16 biisiä - neljällä biisillä mukana Sir Cliff..
|Unionsquare 2003||CD||10.00 €
|VA: - A Solitary Man - The Early Songs Of Neil Diamond
If you’re a Neil Diamond fan, the latest entry in our songwriter series is a no-brainer must-have. For starters, it collects 11 of the songs Neil wrote during the 1963-1969 timeframe that is its purview, but has never himself recorded. Among the numbers he gave away are the Monkees’ ‘Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow)’ (heard here in the unique mix used on the original television broadcast) and Jay & the Americans’ ‘Sunday And Me’.
Deep Purple’s remake of Diamond’s ‘Kentucky Woman’ was a hit just a year after his own version. Heavy, man! Further covers from his impressive run of over 50 chart singles are represented, most in styles vastly different from his versions, the infinite adaptability a testament to the quality of the material. Tony Tribe was the first, in 1968, to cut a reggae rendition of ‘Red Red Wine’, UB40’s self-acknowledged template for their wildly successful release of the song a quarter-century later. Jackie Edwards’ performance of ‘Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon’ is so tender that the original sounds almost gruff by comparison.
No matter how you feel about Neil Diamond, if you’re a femme-pop fan, you’re going to need this disc for the tracks by Lulu, Marcie Blane, Jan Tanzy, Sadina and Billie Davis. If you favour the fellas, Cliff Richard’s ‘Just Another Guy’ sounds like a cross between the Everly Brothers and Bobby Vee filtered through Dion, while Jimmy Clanton appropriates the slogan of American greeting-card company Hallmark, “When you care enough to send the very best”, to suit his romantic needs. Ronnie Dove delivers an uncharacteristically energetic performance on the horn-and-handclap-propelled ‘My Babe’ and Billy Fury makes the Pitney-esque ‘Where Do You Run’ his own.
How do you like your soul music? Bobby Womack takes an expressive approach to ‘Sweet Caroline (Good Times Never Felt So Good)’ that makes palpable the joy conveyed in the lyrics. Approaches as diverse as the Memphis sound (B.J. Thomas, the Box Tops and Arthur Alexander), Chuck Jackson-style big city soul (the Solitaires), and Motown (Four Tops, Jr Walker & the All-Stars) are all successful and satisfying. Adding still more diversity to the mix are the Rocky Fellers’ ‘We Got Love’, with their trademark marimba-driven Pacific Islander sound, and the surprisingly effective garage-rock stylings of the Music Machine and the Wanderer’s Rest, cementing the status of these songs’ universal appeal and versatility.
If you didn’t think you were a Neil Diamond fan, it’s time to reassess your position, at least in terms of his formidable, diverse and affecting abilities as a songwriter.
BY DAVID A YOUNG (ACE RECORDS)
|Ace Records 2009||CD||17.00 €
|VA: - Cliff Heard Them Here First
Although the majority of Cliff Richard’s hits have come with songs written expressly for him, or that he was the first to cut, the outside repertoire that he has recorded throughout his career has been more interesting than the choices of many of his contemporaries. Sir Cliff was not the only home-grown rocker to cover US material but, unlike his peers, he seldom went into a studio and simply made over the latest fast-rising American hit. With the help of his long time A&R man and producer Norrie Paramor, Cliff found a formidable number of fantastic songs hidden away on obscure US 45s and albums unavailable here.
Having previously celebrated the good taste in covers of his early hero in “Elvis Heard It Here First”, Ace felt it only fair to follow up with a companion volume that does likewise for the Peter Pan of pop. The tracks selected for “Cliff Heard Them Here First” show just how broad Cliff’s tastes were.
Most of his early singles featured original songs, but the material on to his many albums was something else again. “Cliff Heard Them Here First” brings you the original versions of two dozen songs which found their way into Cliff’s discography, ranging from gospel-influenced R&B (Ruth Brown’s ‘Somebody Touched Me’) to rockin’ doo wop (the Jayos’ ‘Tough Enough’), and from ultra-obscure west coast teen pop (Pete Votrian’s ‘We Have It Made’) to a little known Elvis Presley track (‘Angel’).
The booklet reflects the importance of the music that’s preserved here, with copious notes, label shots and ephemera for each track. All but one is new to Ace CD and several of them have never been reissued before in any format. Although the majority of our tracks stem from the first ten years of Cliff’s recording career, there are also examples of songs that Cliff came across and recorded in the early 70s, which show that his ear for a good song and a great record have never deserted him.
These tracks have stood the test of time as well as Cliff’s own career. “Cliff Heard Them Here First” is our salute to the man and the great taste he showed in embracing these songs.
By Tony Rounce (Ace Records)
|Ace Records 2013||CD||18.00 €
|Vincenzo La Scola featuring Cliff Richard - Vita Mia
||EMi 1999||CD||10.00 €
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