Cliff richard con the shadows shooting star lady penelope thunderbirds theme zero x theme - Cliff Richard Song Database - 1960s Songs


The album's full track listing is Stronger Than That (2003 Remastered Version), Miss You Nights (2010 Remastered Version), The Next Time (2003 Remastered Version), Dreamin' (2003 Remastered Version), Joanna (2003 Remastered Version), It's All In The Game (2003 Remastered Version), The Minute You're Gone (2000 Remastered Version), The Day I Met Marie (2000 Remastered Version), Living Doll (2003 Remastered Version), Travellin' Light (2004 Remastered Version), Please Don't Tease (2002 Remastered Version), I Just Don't Have The Heart (Instrumental) [2003 Remastered Version]
Fall In Love With You (1999 Remastered Version), I Love You (2000 Remastered Version), Clear Blue Skies (2003 Remastered Version), The Young Ones (2006 Remastered Version), Summer Holiday (2003 Remastered Version), Always Guaranteed (2004 Remastered Version), Don't Talk To Him (2000 Remastered Version), When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart (2005 Remastered Version), Constantly (2000 Remastered Version), Remember Me (2004 Remastered Version), The Twelfth Of Never (2007 Remastered Version), I Could Easily Fall (In Love With You) [2000 Remastered Version], Wind Me Up (Let Me Go) [2001 Remastered Version], Do You Wanna Dance (2000 Remastered Version), Devil Woman (2006 Remastered Version), All My Love (Solo Tu) [1999 Remastered Version], We Don't Talk Anymore (2006 Remastered Version), She Means Nothing To Me (2004 Remastered Version), Carrie (2003 Remastered Version), Suddenly (feat. Cliff Richard) [From the Movie 'Xanadu'], Sci-Fi (2001 Remastered Version), All I Ask Of You, The Best Of Me (2003 Remastered Version), Monday Thru' Friday (2001 Remastered Version), Daddy's Home (2003 Remastered Version), Rock 'n' Roll Juvenile (2001 Remastered Version)

The older an artist grows, the more he or she is likely to start pumping out the live albums -- souvenirs, every time, of what might well prove to be the last time (and proof, cynics smirk, that the legs haven't quite gone just yet). And so it is with Cliff Richard , although, as The World Tour rumbles on, it's sometimes easy to forget that you are listening to (or, on the companion DVD, watching) a man who was then staring 64 in the face. Recorded during the . leg of the outing in 2003, The World Tour is predictably little more than a showcase for the "greatest hits live," although with around 125 . chart singles to choose from, there is still plenty of room for surprise -- "Born to Rock 'n' Roll," from the musical Time is one such; a sugar-sweet "I Honestly Love You" is another. But the highlights are those that you could list with your ears closed -- the opening flourish of "We Don't Talk Anymore," an energetic blast through "Move It," and a bunch of '50s rockers to prove where his heart has always been. In terms of all-around action, the DVD necessarily leaves the CD in the shade -- if nothing else, it boasts more tracks. But the 14 songs on the CD can rightly claim to be the best of the batch.


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