Category: Classical

  1. Zolokus Reply
    Cliff Richard & The Shadows – I’m the Lonely One / Watch What You Do With My Baby (7″si NL ) € 3,50 In Winkelmand Frank Sinatra – L.A. is my Lady (7″si ).
  2. Shaktilrajas Reply
    14 rows · "Never Say Die (Give a Little Bit More)" is a song by Cliff Richard that was released in the B-side: "Lucille", "Front Page" (US,Can).
  3. Tygozahn Reply
    Discography. Our extensive database contains over collections and tracks recorded by Cliff since , including details of most of the 43 Studio Albums, 6 Soundtracks, 35 Compilation Albums, 6 Gospel Albums, 10 Live Albums and singles.
  4. Damuro Reply
    Jul 03,  · Artist: Cliff Richard. Catalogue Number: 1A Format: LP. A3: Never Say Die (Give A Little Bit More). the sound, which is why we play testall of our records. So you know the sound quality of the record you're getting, not just what it looks patcompreatvaethempsontarotonasoce.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  5. Dogami Reply
    A1 Silver's Home Tonight A2 Hold On A3 Never Say Die (Give A Little Bit More) A4 Front Page A5 Ocean.
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    Never Say Die (Give A Little Bit More) EMI 1C 10 7: Single 7" Single: Silver: EMI EMC Album LP: Private Collection Capitol CDP Album CD:
  7. Yozshumi Reply
    Never Say Die Lyrics: You look so sad - like you lost your only friend / Don't feel so bad - you can always try again / So don't hide, go seek, don't let the grass grow / Under your feet / Get out.
  8. Kezahn Reply
    Cliff Richard's Silver, recorded to commemorate his 25th anniversary in music, is a fairly solid if slightly inconsistent piece of early-'80s pop/rock, tinged with elements of funk and patcompreatvaethempsontarotonasoce.coinfo of it is a little too languid, or predictable, or just plain tuneless for its own good, but there are also some eminently danceable tracks that might've been handled just as well by the late-'70s Bee 6/
  9. Julabar Reply
    So this album signifies the 25th anniversary of Britain's premier rock and pop star during / It provides an awesome listening experience and captures some of Cliff's finest songs ever made. It is a legendary album and is right up there with the best. Cliff Richard certainly rocked the world and continues to do so in /5(32).