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Schoolboy Crush - Cliff Richard - 1950s (CD)

29.10.2019
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8 thoughts on “ Schoolboy Crush - Cliff Richard - 1950s (CD)

  1. The set includes eight CDs, a reproduction of Cliff's first single (a inch 78rpm vinyl record of Move It/Schoolboy Crush), a page photo book of Cliff's fifty years in music, and a gold-plated coin bearing the 'Cliff's 50 Anniversary' graphic.
  2. "Move It" is a song written by Ian Samwell and recorded by Cliff Richard and the Drifters (the UK band that would evolve into The Shadows). Originally intended as the B-side to "Schoolboy Crush", it was released as Richard's debut single on 29 August and became his first hit record, reaching no.2 on the UK singles chart.
  3. Cliff Richard - 's - CD Song Title 1 (You're so Square) Baby I Don't Care [Live] [ Remaster] by Cliff Richard & The Drifters Schoolboy Crush ( Remaster) by Cliff Richard. Schoolboy Crush ( Remaster) by Cliff Richard. Not Available 5: High Class Baby ( Remaster)4/5(1).
  4. Mar 15,  · Album Schoolboy Crush; Licensed to YouTube by WMG (on behalf of PLG UK Catalog); LatinAutor, Rumblefish (Publishing), and 5 Music Rights Societies Cliff Richard Schoolboy Crush - Duration: 2.
  5. This is the first volume in an elaborately ambitious five-CD series, with each disc dedicated to one of the decades that Cliff Richard has held in his thrall -- and each one throwing up so many surprises that no conscientious listener could ever wonder how he's managed to stick around for so long.
  6. Schoolboy Crush, alternate title of Japanese film originally known as Boys Love, the Movie; Music. School Boy Crush", song from Average White Band's album Cut The Cake "Schoolboy Crush", a song originally sung by American singer Bobby Helms, also recorded by Cliff Richard as B-side to his major single hit "Move It.
  7. Jul 01,  · Listen to your favorite songs from Cliff Richard In the 's by Cliff Richard Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, .
  8. Such an unimaginative title for such a imaginative boxful. Across four discs and songs, Cliff Richard 's earliest catalog comes in for precisely the kind of treatment every rock & roll star should have: an all-encompassing study of his most important period.

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