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Cliff Richard ‎– The Best Of Cliff (1969-1972)

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Cliff Richard ‎– The Best Of Cliff (1969-1972)

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CD1 (1969)
1 	The Minute You're Gone 	
2 	On My Word 	
3 	The Time In Between 	
4 	Wind Me Up (Let Me Go) 	
5 	Blue Turns To Grey 	
6 	Visions 	
7 	Time Drags By 	
8 	In The Country 	
9 	It's All Over 	
10 	I'll Come Running 	
11 	The Day I Met Marie 	
12 	All My Love 	
13 	Congratulations 	
14 	Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon

CD2 (1972)
1 	Goodbye Sam, Hello Samantha 	
2 	Marianne 	
3 	Throw Down A Line 	
4 	Jesus 	
5 	Sunny Honey Girl 	
6 	I Ain't Got Time Anymore 	
7 	Flying Machine 	
8 	Sing A Song Of Freedom 	
9 	With The Eyes Of The Child 	
10 	Good Times 	
11 	I'll Love You Forever Today 	
12 	The Joy Of Living 	
13 	Silvery Rain 	
14 	Big Ship


Cliff Richard is one of the UK’s most durable pop / rock stars – gaining number one hits over five different decades. He has sold over 260 million records and has achieved 14 number ones in five consecutive decades – the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s.

Cliff Richard rose to fame in the 1950s and cemented his position as one of the leading rock acts before the advent of the Beatles. Although the Beatles eclipsed his status, he maintained an enduring appeal for many generations.

In the mid 1960s he made a firm commitment to his Christian faith and at one time considered giving up his rock career because it was detrimental to a spiritual life. However, friends encouraged him to continue which he did, though much of his future work was softer than his initial rock phase. In the 1980s and 1990s he increasingly recorded songs with explicitly Christian themes – these often proved very successful such as Mistletoe and Wine, Saviours Day and Millennium Prayer – two of these were Christmas number ones.

Because of his Christianity his records have not always been played on some radio stations because he is considered un-cool. Cliff Richard observes that many histories of British pop music fail to mention him, despite his status and impact through five decades. Cliff Richard has said that his lifestyle choice has, in a way, been a rare counterpoint to the typical rock and roll lifestyle of sex, drugs and alcohol.

Cliff Richard has been a life long bachelor. He currently lives with John McElynn a former Roman Catholic Priest; though he has denied he is gay and his been supportive of the idea of gay marriage. He once considered marriage to tennis star Sue Barker.

Outside of music, Cliff is involved in numerous charities and foundations. He donates 10% of his income to charities, preferring charities involved in research into better medical treatment.

He has also been involved in several films, of which, The Young Ones (1961) is perhaps best known. ---biographyonline.net

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