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Cliff Richard - At The Movies, 1959-1974 (1996) (2 CDs)




Cliff Richard - At The Movies, 1959-1974 (1996) (2 CDs)

Cliff Richard - At The Movies, 1959-1974 (1996) (2 CDs)
Audio CD (August 15, 1996) | Number of Discs: 2 | FLAC(Tracks - No cue - No Log) | Size: 1,021.35 MB
Genre: Rock | Label: EMI Import


First biography paragraph from All Music (by Richie Unterberger):
Britain's answer to Elvis Presley, Richard (born Harry Webb) dominated the pre-Beatles British pop scene in the late '50s and early '60s. An accomplished singer with a genuine feel for the music, Richard's artistic legacy is nonetheless meager, as he was quickly steered toward a middle-of-the-road pop direction. Several of his late-'50s recordings, however, were genuinely exciting Presley-esque rockers -- especially his first hit, "Move It" (1958) -- and gave British teenagers their first taste of genuine homegrown rock & roll talent. Backed by the Shadows -- clean-cut instrumental virtuosos who became legends of their own -- Richard embarked on a truly awesome string of hit singles in Britain, scoring no less than 43 Top 20 hits between 1958 and 1969. One of these, although it was by no means one of the more successful, was an actual Mick Jagger/Keith Richards composition (the ballad "Blue Turns to Grey").
Read all of the bio at: http://www.allmusic.com/artist/cliff-richard-p5265/biography
All Music Album Review (by Dave Thompson):
Though he never dredged the same depths as Elvis, there is little doubt that Cliff Richard made some really horrible movies. There were three of them -- Finders Keepers, Two a Penny, and the truly execrable Take Me High -- and one could search the earth for the rest of one's life and still never find anyone who would admit to enjoying them. So it's absolutely astonishing to discover that not only do the accompanying soundtracks stand proud alongside some of Richard's regular albums, they don't look too shoddy up there with his best ones, either. And the fact that category includes two other soundtracks just goes to prove your old granny was right all along. You really can't judge a movie score by the movie. At the time of his breakthrough, in 1958, Richard was (in the parlance of the day), "the boy who rocked the world." Little Richard was passe, Elvis was past it, Jerry Lee was, well, we've all seen Great Balls of Fire, so let's just leave it at that. So far as the British entertainment industry was concerned, America had already had its rock & rolling day; now it was their turn, and Cliff Richard was still coming down from his first hit single, the magnificent moodiness of "Move It," when he was co-opted for his first film, Serious Charge. The gritty realism of the movie's theme summed up Cliff's box office appeal. He was rough, he was tough, and the songs he performed on the soundtrack, "No Turning Back" and "Mad About You" (both making their CD debuts here), adhered perfectly to that image. So did a third number, the rollicking "Living Doll," but Richard soon changed that. Although the singer loved the song, he disliked its up-tempo rock arrangement, and by the time it became his first number one, "Living Doll" had been transformed into his first major ballad, and the template around which much of his subsequent career would be designed. Certainly it's no surprise that many of Richard's biggest hits over the next five years should also be ballads, or that the musical highlights of his next three movies would supply many of the most memorable examples. "A Voice in yhe Wilderness" and the magnificently maudlin "The Shrine on the Second Floor" (from Expresso Bongo, 1959); "When the Girl in Your Arms" (The Young Ones, 1961); and "Bachelor Boy" and "The Next Time" (Summer Holiday, 1962) are no strangers to a thousand best-of collections, and the only injustice is that their radiance often blinded listeners to some equally deserving material. Spread over two discs, and amply annotated in the accompanying booklet, At the Movies goes a long way toward remedying this travesty. Trimming the fat from the original soundtrack albums, it bolsters what's left with a handful of unissued alternate takes, and several more CD debutantes. And though the collectors' interest does wane as the second disc progresses toward Take Me High, still, At the Movies ends on a high note, with the original, and radically different, movie mixes of "The Young Ones," "Lessons in Love," and "Bachelor Boy," plus a sensational bazouki-powered "Summer Holiday."
Taken from: http://www.allmusic.com/album/at-the-movies-r260818/review
Amazon.com's page: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0000073C6

Track List:

Disc 1:
01. No Turning Back
02. Living Doll
03. Mad About You
04. Love
05. A Voice In The Wilderness
06. The Shrine On The Second Floor
07. Friday Night
08. Got A Funny Feeling
09. Nothing's Impossible
10. The Young Ones
11. Lessons In Love
12. When The Girl In Your Arms
13. We Say Yeh
14. (It's) Wonderful To Be Young
15. Outsider
16. Seven Days To A Holiday
17. Summer Holiday
18. Let Us Take You For A Ride
19. A Stranger In Town
20. Bachelor Boy
21. A Swingin' Affair
22. Dancing Shoes
23. The Next Time
24. Big News
25. Wonderful Life
26. A Girl In Every Port
27. A Little Imagination
28. On The Beach
29. Do You Remember
Disc 2:
01. Look Don't Touch
02. In The Stars
03. What've I Gotta Do
04. A MAtter Of Moments
05. Wonderful Life
06. Shooting Star
07. Finders Keepers
08. Time Drags By
09. Washerwoman
10. La La La Song
11. Oh Senorita
12. This Day
13. Paella
14. Two A Penny
15. Twist And Shout
16. I'll Love You Forever Today
17. Questions
18. It's Only Money
19. Midnight Blue
20. The Game
21. Brumburger Duet
22. Take Me High
23. The Anti-Brotherhood Of Man
24. Winning
25. The Young Ones
26. Lessons In Love
27. Bachelor Boy
28. Summer Holiday

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