Cliff UK Singles

 

Cliff Richard - The UK Singles
Regular Cliff Releases - 1958 to 1979


Comments and Observations

From August 1958 to September 2009, Cliff Richard released 144 singles on the UK market. 134 of these charted on the now official UK Top 30/50/75 charts published in Music Week magazine, yielding an amassed total of 1175 weeks on the official charts.

A-sides and B-sides: Up until the 1975 release of Miss You Nights, most of Cliff's singles were original releases, not being taken from album cuts. With the trend in single releases changing in the 1970s, most of Cliff's singles from Miss You Nights on were lifted from the albums cuts. Of course, there are occasional exceptions to this. When the single was lifted from an album, EP or some other project, the singles were quite often alternate versions or edits. And some of these variations are quite rare, having been ignored by the record companies over the years. And sometimes these variations did get release, but only by accident when the album compiler grabbed the wrong version of the song off the shelf for a given project.

More often than not, the B-sides were unique releases and not album cuts. Again, there are exceptions. Even when the trend changed to culling singles from albums, the B-sides often remained unique to the single; the purpose of this being in part to encourage sales of the single in order to give it a better chart placing. And, of course, the whole concept of the "B-side" evolved from the days of the 7" single when a single had a primary side (the A-side) and the other side (the B-side). With the evolution of the single to the one-sided CD and the no-sided download single, the concept of a B-side doesn't really exist anymore, but the term persists to now roughly mean "songs on a single other than the primary title." Even download singles still have this extra song(s) included, such as the song Slow Down being packaged in a bundle and included with the download only single for The Day That I Stop Loving You.

Mono & Stereo: In the UK, all of Cliff's singles up to and including the November 1969 single With The Eyes Of A Child were released in mono format. The following four singles, February 1970's The Joy Of Living to January 1971's Sunny Honey Girl were released in stereo format. For unknown reasons, the following two singles in 1971, Silvery Rain and Flying Machine were mono again. And with the release of October 1971's Sing A Song Of Freedom, all of Cliff's singles afterwards were in stereo except for those rare exceptions when an older song that may never have existed in stereo was put on the B-side, such as 1962's The Young Ones on the B-side of 1993's Never Let Go.

Record Labels: All of Cliff's singles up to and including the November 1972 single for A Brand New Song were on the Columbia label. From the April 1973 single for Power To All Our Friends up until the July 1999 single for The Miracle, all of Cliff's singles were released on the EMI label (except when Cliff guested on another artists song). In truth, Columbia Records in the UK has been owned by EMI (Electric & Musical Industries) since the 1930s, so Cliff was under the same record company for 41 straight years. With the lack of any big successes for the 1998 Real As I Wanna Be singles, Cliff realized that EMI was no longer heavily interested in promoting him or his projects and he severed his ties with them. Perhaps it is ironic that Cliff's very next project, the 1999 The Millenium Prayer single on Papillon Records, was a huge success, spending three consecutive weeks at the #1 spot.

The Evolution of Formats: It can be interesting to observe the various formats of singles over the years. Certainly the dominate format for most of Cliff's career is the 7" vinyl single with the very first single in August 1958 in this format straight through to the October 1995 release of Misunderstood Man. That's 37 straight years of 7" vinyl releases. Since 1995, two other titles, Move It/21st Century Christmas and Singing The Blues have had 7" vinyl release, but only as collectible releases to help boost sales.

In the myriad of formats, there were some that came to be quite common during their era. These include the 10" 78RPM vinyl single from August 1958's Move It to January 1960's A Voice In The Wilderness (the format was waning in popularity during the start of Cliff's career); the 12" vinyl single from August 1983's Never Say Die (Give A Little Bit More) to December 1991's This New Year; the 5" CD single from November 1988's Mistletoe And Wine to the modern September 2009 Singing The Blues; the cassette single from May 1989's The Best Of Me to December 2001's Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World (although the first cassette single is the very rare Elton John duet for Slow Rivers); and the download single from December 2003's Santa's List to the modern September 2009 Singing The Blues. Today, the CD single as a format is waning and the download only single is taking over as the most prominent form of single release, with some singles having no physical single at all.

In the early 1980s, various collectible releases began hitting the market as a way to boost sales of a single. The first of these is a 7" picture disc of Little Town in November 1982. This soon blossomed into a wide variety of collectible releases, including various shaped picture discs, poster covers, gatefold covers, etc. This was common for many artists during the era with goal being to generate interest in the single as well as generate multiple sales to fans and boost the chart position of the song. This practice of multiple releases peaked in 1990 with the release of the From A Distance single in six different formats. The practice still continues today with Cliff's latest single, Singing The Blues, having three different formats.

Also of note, as the music retail market transformed from the dominant vinyl to CD, many record labels actually imported foreign made items and sold them as domestic releases. For example, in the early days of CD, many CDs were manufactured in Japan, Germany or the USA, but imported by the record companies and sold as UK releases. Cliff's original UK Silver CD released in 1983 was clearly manufactured in West Germany. Although the practice was somewhat common for many record companies during this era, it is thought that none of Cliff's EMI releases were handled this way. On the other hand, many UK retailers imported items many items manufactured in Europe during this era that were not UK releases, sometimes making it difficult to make a distiction. Because of this, sometimes singles in other markets, such as Scarlet Ribbons in Holland and the PWL remix of We Don't Talk Anymore in Germany are mistaken for UK singles.

Maxi-Singles: A maxi-single is a single with more than the typical two tracks on it and several of Cliff's singles were released in this format. The first maxi-single release in February 1970 is The Joy Of Living, featuring the title song on the A-side and two tracks on the B-side. Sunny Honey Girl and Silvery Rain in 1971 were also of this same format of maxi-single. The 1973 Help It Along/Tomorrow Rising was a bit unique in that it was a 7" single that had two songs on the A-side and two songs on the B-side, which is closer to an EP (Extended Play) than a single. However, by the time of the release of this single, the concept of releasing EPs was dead and this maxi-single was sold and marketed as a single rather than an EP. With the advent of the 12" and CD singles, which could easily hold more audio than a typical 7" single, maxi-singles became even more common with extended dance mixes and bonus tracks added to the mix. With the waning of the 7" vinyl single, additional tracks on singles became more common and the term maxi-single also waned and today is no longer in use.

EPs: An EP is an Extended Play vinyl record, typically 7" in size like a 7" vinyl single, but with typically two songs on each side (rarely more or less) and nearly always a nice picture cover. Although at a glance they appear basically the same as a 7" single, they are different in how they are sold and marketed. They were marketed toward a more sophisticated buyer, looking for something more than a hit song, but not an entire LP album. They cost more than a single because the buyer got more for their money with additional songs, a nicer picture cover presentation and generally more care taken in the product. Several of Cliff's EPs had both mono and stereo releases during an era when all singles were mono only. Cliff had many EPs released during the 1960s, but the popularity of the format waned and died by the end of the 1960s and EMI stopped production on them. An anomoly showing how the line can be grey between a single and an EP is the fact that the Expresso Bongo EP had a seven week run on the UK singles chart in early 1960. No other Cliff EP charted like this on the UK singles chart. Because EPs are not singles, they are not addressed any further here except where they may have influenced Cliff's UK singles.

Curious Releases: Some of Cliff's singles are not necessarily of the norm. Probably most notable are the 7" singles for Gee Whizz It's You (1961), What'd I Say (1962) and Angel (1965), which were produced in the UK for European release. Upon release, Gee Whizz It's You, began getting UK radio airplay and the UK shops began re-importing the singles (or buying direct from UK manufacturers) and it became a UK hit as a result. Similar events occurred for the What'd I Say and Angel singles, although they only appeared to have been re-imported to the UK market. Unlike Gee Whizz It's You, they failed to chart and it seems they did not get the radio airplay. Their exact status as UK singles can be sometimes nebulous and various compilers of Cliff statistics and compilations may or may not include all these as UK singles. Also of curious release is the 1964 release of This Was My Special Day which, although having a standard Columbia sleeve and stock number, was not actually sold in shops. Instead, it was only sold at the London Palladium while Cliff, The Shadows and Company were performing the Aladdin And His Wonderful Lamp pantomime. The 1984 single for Baby You're Dynamite has an interesting history in that upon its release, the B-side, Ocean Deep, began getting airplay and becoming quite popular. EMI quickly tried to cash in on this and within a few weeks, reissued the single as a double A-side single with Ocean Deep as the primary side.

Promos: Many of Cliff's singles also had special promo (promotional) releases (sometimes called a demo). These can take many different forms. Some promos are special pressings of the standard single, marked in some way as a promo item not for sale to the public. In the days of the 7" single, these would be special printed labels, often with an "A" clearly marked on the single's A-side. And sometimes, especially in later years where a lot of specialty releases were coming on the market, promos would be special pressings of unique items with unique covers and unique mixes of the songs. And sometimes promos were just the standard release single with a sticker or stamp on the label or cover stating "PROMOTIONAL COPY - NOT FOR SALE" or similar, thus the only thing that makes it unique is the sticker or stamp. This site attempts to include promos where known, but admittedly they are not always well documented so surely information is incomplete. Promos that are not included on this site are those that use a simple sticker or stamp on the standard release. These types of promos are not considered unique enough (and may be easily faked by unscrupulous dealers) to include here. [Editor's Note: If you have a promo item for a single or song that is not included here, please email me the details and I will add them.]

7" Sleeves: The majority of Cliff's UK singles before 1978's Can't Take The Hurt Anymore did not have picture sleeves and instead, used a company sleeve. Cliff's original release 1950 era singles used the purple and white Columbia sleeve, the 1960 and 1961 singles used a colorful bubble sleeve, then there was a brief usage of a colored stripe sleeve for the 1962 singles. The remainder of the Columbia singles used the colored sleeve, featuring "Columbia" across the top and a series of white dots down the right side as well as variable advertising on the backside of the sleeve. The colors of these sleeves was green from 1962 to 1968, with a brief usage of a red sleeve in 1966 and 1967 and a blue sleeve for 1968's Don't Forget To Catch Me. From February 1969's Good Times single to November 1972's A Brand New Song single, the red Columbia sleeve was used. From April 1973's Power To All Our Friends up to July 1978's Please Remember Me, a standard red and beige EMI sleeve was used (with the exceptions of the first picture sleeves). Following this, a unique picture sleeve was used for all singles except in the case where a repressing of a single was done in which case a company sleeve of the era was used.

The use of picture sleeves for Cliff's UK singles did not come into common practice until the very late 1970s with Cliff's November 1978 Can't Take The Hurt Anymore single. The exceptions are the February 1962 What'd I Say single which was actually made for foreign release, the May 1973 Help It Along/Tomorrow Rising maxi-single which is unique because of the maxi-single status, and the February 1977 My Kinda Life single. The picture sleeves for the 1978 Can't Take The Hurt Anymore and 1979 Green Light singles are actually quite rare and most singles found in the shops feature the standard EMI company sleeve instead.

Variations of 7" Labels: During the era of the 7" single, often there arose singles with slight variations in the label. This could be evident by maybe a slightly different arrangement of the text on the label, slight variations in content on the label and maybe even differences in the single's runout groove etchings. This is often caused by the same single being pressed at different pressing plants and/or repressings of a single to meet demand. These types of multiple pressings of the same single can be extremely difficult to identify and as such, they are not included here except where they are significant (such as a different color label).

Multiple Pressings: Often, there can be some slight variations in singles due to the multiple pressings. These multiple pressings may be as a result of singles being repressed due to popular demand or the same single being pressed at various plants. (Note: this is not referring to reissues, where a single is intentionally given a new issue, often with a new label and stock number, for the oldies market; those singles are discussed in the reissues section below.) Certainly in the early Columbia days, Cliff's singles appear to have been pressed all in the same plant with repressings being done as the laquers wore out. A clue to this can be seen by looking in the runout groove of the record, where at the 3 o'clock position is stamped a code that tells which laquer the record was pressed from. The letters GRAMOPHLTD (Gramophone Ltd.) encode a number whereby G=1, R=2, A=3, M=4, O=5, P=6, H=7, L=8, T=9 and D=0. Thus if a record has simply "G" as a code, then it is a first pressing from the first laquer. If it has the code "RL" as a code then it is pressed from the 28th laquer. Generally the labels would remain the same, so it can be quite difficult to determine at a glance if a single was a repressing. These types of repressings are not addressed further here except where there is some significant and easily discernable variation. Then there are those singles that were pressed at multiple plants or were produced after the usage of the GRAMOPHLTD system stopped and these singles may have some interesting variations. These types of singles can often be difficult, if not impossible to identify as variations. Other times they can be quite obvious with different color or type of label. One example is the 1986 Living Doll single with The Young Ones and Hank Marvin, which has a 7" single with at least three distinct variations: a picture label, a silver label and a blue label. These types of variations, where known, are addressed on this page where the variation is distinct.

77" single
Xmono (X) or stereo (Y)
CA"Columbia American"
24889master number (sequence number of production)
45playback speed (45RPM/78RPM)
Matrix Numbers: It is also interesting to note the matrix numbers on all the Columbia releases. The matrix numbers are internal codes used by Columbia to keep track of the song on the record and analyzing them can reveal some interesting information. For instance, examine the breakdown at the matrix number for the Living Doll 7" single on the table on the right, which is "7XCA 24889 45," and it reveals much about the record.

This same code would appear in the runout groove of the record, except the playback speed would be replaced by a code indicating the laquer sequence and cutting room where the laquer was created (e.g. 1N indicates laquer sequence "1" and cutting room "N".

Tax Codes: Finally, for the trainspotters, also of interest is a two character code etched into the runout grooves of most of the Columbia singles. These codes refer to the UK taxes to be paid on the record. The following chart gives the dates of introduction.

Tax Code
Date of First Use
ET
1959
ZT
10th April, 1962
PT
26th November 1962
MT
1st January 1963
KT
1st July 1963
(None Used)
1st January 1969

Regular Cliff Releases
Note: Due to the intense graphics nature of this listing, it is split into the following three sections.
1958 to 1979 Singles
1979 to Today Singles
Related Singles, Reissues, Chart Statistics and More

Issue Date
Singles
Comments
Move It
with The Drifters
1958 August 29
Move It Schoolboy Crush

Matrix -- 7XCA 24466

Matrix -- 7XCA 24465
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4178 (standard green label issue)

Matrix -- CA 24466

Matrix -- CA 24465
78 RPM single -- Columbia DB 4178 (promo issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 24466

Matrix -- 7XCA 24465
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4178 (repressing black label issue)

Matrix -- CA 24466

Matrix -- CA 24465
78 RPM single -- Columbia DB 4178 (standard issue)
Move It
(Ian Ralph Samwell)

Running Time: 2:23
This is an original A-side.


Schoolboy Crush
(Aaron Schroeder & Sharon Gilbert)

Running Time: 2:32
This is an original B-side.

Originally, Schoolboy Crush was to be the single's A-side, but just before release, Norrie Paramor changed his mind and made Move It the A-side. There are no discernable markings on the single as to which is the A-side.
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High Class Baby
with The Drifters
1958 November 14
High Class Baby My Feet Hit The Ground

Matrix -- 7XCA 24524

Matrix -- 7XCA 24523
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4203 (standard green label issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 24524

Matrix -- 7XCA 24523
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4203 (promo issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 24524

Matrix -- 7XCA 24523
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4203 (repressing black label issue)

Matrix -- CA 24524

Matrix -- CA 24523
78 RPM single -- Columbia DB 4203
High Class Baby
(Ian Ralph Samwell)

Running Time: 2:09
This is an original A-side.


My Feet Hit The Ground
(Ian Ralph Samwell & Joseph Seener)

Running Time: 1:59
This is an original B-side.

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Livin' Lovin' Doll
with The Drifters
1959 January 23
Livin' Lovin' Doll Steady With You

Matrix -- 7XCA 24570

Matrix -- 7XCA 24593
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4249 (standard green label issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 24570

Matrix -- 7XCA 24593
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4249 (promo issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 24570

Matrix -- 7XCA 24593
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4249 (repressing black label issue)

Matrix -- CA 24570

Matrix -- CA 24593
78 RPM single -- Columbia DB 4249
Livin' Lovin' Doll
(Johnny May & Jim Gustard (actually Norrie Paramor & Bunny Lewis)_

Running Time: 2:08
This is an original A-side.


Steady With You
(Ian Ralph Samwell)

Running Time: 2:21
This is an original B-side.

Songwriting credits are for Johnny May and Jim Gustard, which are pseudonyms for the real songwriters, Norrie Paramor and Bunny Lewis.
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Mean Streak
with The Drifters
1959 May 1
Mean Streak Never Mind

Matrix -- 7XCA 24571

Matrix -- 7XCA 24592
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4290 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 24571

Matrix -- 7XCA 24592
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4290 (promo issue)

Matrix -- CA 24571

Matrix -- CA 24592
78 RPM single -- Columbia DB 4290
Mean Streak
(Ian Ralph Samwell & Joseph Seener)

Running Time: 2:00
This is an original A-side.


Never Mind
(Ian Ralph Samwell)

Running Time: 2:01
This is an original B-side.

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Living Doll
with The Drifters
1959 July 10
Living Doll Apron Strings

Matrix -- 7XCA 24889

Matrix -- 7XCA 24877
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4306 (standard green label issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 24889

Matrix -- 7XCA 24877
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4306 (promo issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 24889

Matrix -- 7XCA 24877
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4306 (repressing black label issue)

Matrix -- CA 24889

Matrix -- CA 24877
78 RPM single -- Columbia DB 4306
Living Doll
(Lionel Bart)

Running Time: 2:35
This is the same as the Serious Charge EP version.


Apron Strings
(George David Weiss & Aaron Schroeder)

Running Time: 2:49
This is an original B-side.

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Travellin' Light
with The Shadows
1959 October 2
Travellin' Light Dynamite

Matrix -- 7XCA 24931

Matrix -- 7XCA 24723
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4351 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 24931

Matrix -- 7XCA 24723
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4351 (promo issue)

Matrix -- CA 24931

Matrix -- CA 24723
78 RPM single -- Columbia DB 4351
Travellin' Light
(Sid Tepper & Roy C. Bennett)

Running Time: 2:31
This is an original A-side.


Dynamite
(Ian Ralph Samwell)

Running Time: 1:56
This is an original B-side.

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A Voice In The Wilderness
with The Shadows
1960 January 15
A Voice In The Wilderness Don't Be Mad At Me

Matrix -- 7XCA 25029

Matrix -- 7XCA 25051
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4398 (standard green label issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 25029

Matrix -- 7XCA 25051
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4398 (promo issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 25029

Matrix -- 7XCA 25051
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4398 (reissue black label issue)

Matrix -- CA 25029

Matrix -- CA 25051
78 RPM single -- Columbia DB 4398
A Voice In The Wilderness
(Norrie Paramor & Bunny Lewis)

Running Time: 2:36
This version is unique compared to the Expresso Bongo EP. Although it is the same basic arrangement, it is a different take of the song.


Don't Be Mad At Me
(Sid Tepper & Roy C. Bennett)

Running Time: 2:08
This is an original B-side.

This is the last regular single issued as a 10" 78 RPM single.

A Voice In The Wilderness was simultaneously released on the mono and stereo Expresson Bongo EPs, however, the versions on these EPs are different takes of the song than the 7" single version.

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Fall In Love With You
with The Shadows
1960 March 18
Fall In Love With You Willie And The Hand Jive

Matrix -- 7XCA 25100

Matrix -- 7XCA 25101
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4431 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 25100

Matrix -- 7XCA 25101
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4431 (promo issue)
Fall In Love With You
(Ian Ralph Samwell)

Running Time: 2:30
This is an original A-side.


Willie And The Hand Jive
(Johnny Otis)

Running Time: 2:37
This is an original B-side.

The original mono version of Willie And The Hand Jive has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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Please Don't Tease
with The Shadows
1960 June 24
Please Don't Tease Where Is My Heart

Matrix -- 7XCA 25186

Matrix -- 7XCA 25187
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4479 (standard green label issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 25186

Matrix -- 7XCA 25187
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4479 (promo issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 25186

Matrix -- 7XCA 25187
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4479 (repressing black label issue)
Please Don't Tease
(Bruce Welch & Peter Chester)

Running Time: 2:59
This is an original A-side.


Where Is My Heart
(Sid Tepper & Roy C. Bennett)

Running Time: 2:12
This is an original B-side.

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Nine Times Out Of Ten
with The Shadows
1960 September 16
Nine Times Out Of Ten Thinking Of Our Love

Matrix -- 7XCA 25252

Matrix -- 7XCA 25253
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4506 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 25252

Matrix -- 7XCA 25253
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4506 (promo issue)
Nine Times Out Of Ten
(Waldense Hall & Otis Blackwell)

Running Time: 2:07
This is an original A-side.


Thinking Of Our Love
(Bruce Welch & Hank Marvin)

Running Time: 2:38
This is an original B-side.

The original mono version of Thinking Of Our Love has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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I Love You
with The Shadows
1960 November 25
I Love You 'D' In Love

Matrix -- 7XCA 25372

Matrix -- 7XCA 25373
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4547 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 25372

Matrix -- 7XCA 25373
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4547 (promo issue)
I Love You
(Bruce Welch)

Running Time: 2:02
This is an original A-side.


'D' In Love
(Sid Tepper & Roy C. Bennett)

Running Time: 2:29
This is an original B-side.

The original mono version of 'D' In Love has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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Theme For A Dream
with The Shadows
1961 February 24
Theme For A Dream Mumblin' Mosie

Matrix -- 7XCA 25486

Matrix -- 7XCA 25487
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4593 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 25486

Matrix -- 7XCA 25487
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4593 (promo issue)
Theme For A Dream
(Mort Garson & Earl Shuman)

Running Time: 2:06
This is an original A-side.


Mumblin' Mosie
(Johnny Otis)

Running Time: 2:17
This is an original B-side.

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Gee Whizz It's You
with The Shadows
1961 March
Gee Whizz It's You I Cannot Find A True Love

Matrix -- 7XCA 25450

Matrix -- 7XCA 25449
7" single -- Columbia 45-DC 756 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 25450

Matrix -- 7XCA 25449
7" single -- Columbia 45-DC 756 (promo issue)
Gee Whizz It's You
(Hank Marvin & Ian Ralph Samwell)

Running Time: 2:08
This is the same as the mono Me And My Shadows album.


I Cannot Find A True Love
(Ian Ralph Samwell)

Running Time: 2:34
This is the same as the mono Me And My Shadows album.

This record was not intended to be an original UK single release. It was manufactured in the UK for the foreign market (thus the DC in the stock number), but it began getting airplay in the UK and the shops began ordering the single there. After a while, Columbia began selling the single as a domestic UK release, even though it retained the foreign market codes.
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A Girl Like You
with The Shadows
1961 June 16
A Girl Like You Now's The Time To Fall In Love

Matrix -- 7XCA 25632

Matrix -- 7XCA 25633
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4667 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 25632

Matrix -- 7XCA 25633
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4667 (promo issue)
A Girl Like You
(Jerry Lordan)

Running Time: 2:31
This is an original A-side.


Now's The Time To Fall In Love
(Bruce Welch & Peter Chester)

Running Time: 2:08
This is an original B-side.

The original mono version of Now's The Time To Fall In Love has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart
1961 October 6
When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart Got A Funny Feeling

Matrix -- 7XCA 25717

Matrix -- 7XCA 25718
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4716 (standard green label issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 25717

Matrix -- 7XCA 25718
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4716 (promo issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 25717

Matrix -- 7XCA 25718
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4716 (repressing black label issue)
When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart
(Sid Tepper & Roy C. Bennett)

Running Time: 2:25
This is the same as the original mono The Young Ones album.


Got A Funny Feeling
(Hank Marvin & Bruce Welch)

Running Time: 2:55
This is the same as the original mono The Young Ones album.

The original mono version of Got A Funny Feeling has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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The Young Ones
with The Shadows
1962 January 5
The Young Ones We Say Yeah

Matrix -- 7XCA 25822

Matrix -- 7XCA 25828
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4761 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 25822

Matrix -- 7XCA 25828
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4761 (promo issue)
The Young Ones
(Sid Tepper & Roy C. Bennett)

Running Time: 3:11
This version was originally unique to the single, being mono only and including an orchestra backing which was missing from the version on the originally issued The Young Ones LPs. Subsequently reissues of the The Young Ones albums in the 1980s use this single version rather than the original stringless album version.


We Say Yeah
(Peter Gormley, Bruce Welch & Hank Marvin)

Running Time: 2:11
This is the same as the original mono The Young Ones album.

The original mono version of We Say Yeah has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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What'd I Say
with The Shadows
1962 February
What'd I Say Blue Moon

Matrix -- 7XCA 25881

Matrix -- 7XCA 25882
7" single -- Columbia 45-DC 758
What'd I Say
(Ray Charles)

Running Time: 3:01
This is the same as the original mono Listen To Cliff! album.


Blue Moon
(Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart)

Running Time: 3:32
This is the same as the original mono Listen To Cliff! album.

Similar to the Gee Whizz It's You single, this What'd I Say single was originally a continental Europe release that popularly was imported to the UK market. As a result, the continental Europe release was adopted by some compilers as a UK release.

This is a rare test pressing showing the Blue Moon side.

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I'm Looking Out The Window / Do You Wanna Dance
with The Shadows
1962 May 4
I'm Looking Out The Window Do You Wanna Dance

Matrix -- 7XCA 26025

Matrix -- 7XCA 26026
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4828 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 26025

Matrix -- 7XCA 26026
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4828 (promo issue)
Do You Wanna Dance
(Bobby Freeman)

Running Time: 2:46
This is an original A-side.


I'm Looking Out The Window
(John Jacob Niles)

Running Time: 2:16
This is an original B-side.

This single was sold and marketed as a double A-side.

The original mono version of I'm Looking Out The Window has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.

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It'll Be Me
with The Shadows
1962 August 31
It'll Be Me Since I Lost You

Matrix -- 7XCA 26078

Matrix -- 7XCA 26079
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4886 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 26078

Matrix -- 7XCA 26079
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4886 (promo issue)
It'll Be Me
(Jack Clement)

Running Time: 1:55
This is the same as the original mono 32 Minutes And 17 Seconds With Cliff Richard album.


Since I Lost You
(Bruce Welch & Hank Marvin)

Running Time: 2:56
This is an original B-side.

The original mono version of Since I Lost You has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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The Next Time / Bachelor Boy
with The Shadows
1962 November 30
The Next Time Bachelor Boy

Matrix -- 7XCA 26193

Matrix -- 7XCA 26197
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4950 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 26193

Matrix -- 7XCA 26197
7" single -- Columbia 45-DB 4950 (promo issue)
The Next Time
(Buddy Kaye & Philip Springer)

Running Time: 2:59
This is the same as the original mono Summer Holiday album.


Bachelor Boy
(Cliff Richard & Bruce Welch)

Running Time: 2:02
This is the same as the original mono Summer Holiday album.

This single was sold and marketed as a double A-side.

It is interesting to note that another take of Bachelor Boy was prepared for release in the US market, probably because it was full stereo and not the split stereo version that appeared on the original UK Summer Holiday LP. However, this alternate take has mostly superseded the original album/single take and appears on nearly all compilations since the late 1980s, making the original version a rarity.

The original mono version of Bachelor Boy has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.

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Summer Holiday
with The Shadows
1963 February 15
Summer Holiday Dancing Shoes

Matrix -- 7XCA 26362

Matrix -- 7XCA 26363
7" single -- Columbia DB 4977 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 26362

Matrix -- 7XCA 26363
7" single -- Columbia DB 4977 (promo issue)
Summer Holiday
(Bruce Welch & Brian Bennett)

Running Time: 2:17
This is the same as the original mono Summer Holiday album.


Dancing Shoes
(Bruce Welch & Hank Marvin)

Running Time: 2:09
This is the same as the original mono Summer Holiday album.

The original mono version of Dancing Shoes has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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Lucky Lips
with The Shadows
1963 May 3
Lucky Lips I Wonder

Matrix -- 7XCA 26428

Matrix -- 7XCA 26429
7" single -- Columbia DB 7034 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 26428

Matrix -- 7XCA 26429
7" single -- Columbia DB 7034 (promo issue)
Lucky Lips
(Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller)

Running Time: 2:43
This is an original A-side.


I Wonder
(Cliff Richard & Hank Marvin)

Running Time: 2:50
This is an original B-side.

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It's All In The Game
1963 August 16
It's All In The Game Your Eyes Tell On You

Matrix -- 7XCA 27056

Matrix -- 7XCA 27057
7" single -- Columbia DB 7089 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 27056

Matrix -- 7XCA 27057
7" single -- Columbia DB 7089 (promo issue)
It's All In The Game
(General Charles Gates Dawes & Carl Sigman)

Running Time: 3:12
This is an original A-side.


Your Eyes Tell On You
(Hank Marvin)

Running Time: 2:31
This is an original B-side.

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Don't Talk To Him
with The Shadows
1963 November 1
Don't Talk To Him Say You're Mine

Matrix -- 7XCA 27190

Matrix -- 7XCA 27191
7" single -- Columbia DB 7150 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 27190

Matrix -- 7XCA 27191
7" single -- Columbia DB 7150 (promo issue)
Don't Talk To Him
(Cliff Richard & Bruce Welch)

Running Time: 2:53
This is an original A-side.


Say You're Mine
(Tony Meehan & Norman Stracey)

Running Time: 2:34
This is an original B-side.

The songwriter credits for Say You're Mine on the original single incorrectly lists (John) Rodgers as one of the songwriters. In truth, the songwriter is Norman Stracey and not John Rodgers.
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I'm The Lonely One
with The Shadows
1964 January 24
I'm The Lonely One Watch What You Do With My Baby

Matrix -- 7XCA 27255

Matrix -- 7XCA 27256
7" single -- Columbia DB 7203 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 27255

Matrix -- 7XCA 27256
7" single -- Columbia DB 7203 (promo issue)
I'm The Lonely One
(Gordon Mills)

Running Time: 2:16
This is an original A-side.


Watch What You Do With My Baby
(Bill Giant, Bernie Baum & Florence Kaye)

Running Time: 2:04
This is an original B-side.

The original mono version of I'm The Lonely One has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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Constantly
1964 April 24
Constantly True, True Lovin'

Matrix -- 7XCA 27241

Matrix -- 7XCA 27322
7" single -- Columbia DB 7272 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 27241

Matrix -- 7XCA 27322
7" single -- Columbia DB 7272 (promo issue)
Constantly
(Saverio Seracini, Vincenzo d'Acquisito & Michael Julien)

Running Time: 2:40
This is an original A-side.


True, True Lovin'
(Bruce Welch)

Running Time: 2:11
This is an original B-side.

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On The Beach
with The Shadows
1964 June 26
On The Beach A Matter Of Moments

Matrix -- 7XCA 27516

Matrix -- 7XCA 27517
7" single -- Columbia DB 7305 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 27516

Matrix -- 7XCA 27517
7" single -- Columbia DB 7305 (promo issue)
On The Beach
(Bruce Welch, Hank Marvin & Cliff Richard)

Running Time: 2:24
This is the same as the original mono Wonderful Life album.


A Matter Of Moments
(Bruce Welch)

Running Time: 2:56
This is the same as the original mono Wonderful Life album.

The stereo version of On The Beach varied from the mono version in that the sound of Cliff coughing and clearing his throat during the recording could be heard. This version, as well as a few variations of it, appeared on all compilations and Wonderful Life reissues over the years until the original mono version was finally released on the 50th Anniversary Album in 2008.

The original mono version of A Matter Of Moments has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.

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The Twelfth Of Never
1964 October 2
The Twelfth Of Never I'm Afraid To Go Home

Matrix -- 7XCA 26685

Matrix -- 7XCA 26686
7" single -- Columbia DB 7372 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 26685

Matrix -- 7XCA 26686
7" single -- Columbia DB 7372 (promo issue)
The Twelfth Of Never
(Jerry Livingston & Paul Francis Webster)

Running Time: 2:43
This is an original A-side.


I'm Afraid To Go Home
(Gary Geld & Peter Udell)

Running Time: 2:39
This is an original B-side.

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I Could Easily Fall (In Love With You)
with The Shadows
1964 November 27
I Could Easily Fall (In Love With You) I'm In Love With You

Matrix -- 7XCA 28795

Matrix -- 7XCA 28796
7" single -- Columbia DB 7420 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 28795

Matrix -- 7XCA 28796
7" single -- Columbia DB 7420 (promo issue)
I Could Easily Fall (In Love With You)
(Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch, Brian Bennett & John Rostill)

Running Time: 2:54
This is the same as the original mono Aladdin And His Wonderful Lamp album.


I'm In Love With You
(Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch, Brian Bennett & John Rostill)

Running Time: 2:38
This is the same as the original mono Aladdin And His Wonderful Lamp album.

The original mono versions of I Could Easily Fall (In Love With You) and I'm In Love With You have never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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This Was My Special Day
with Faye Fisher, Joan Palenthorpe and Audrey Bayley
1964
This Was My Special Day I'm Feeling Oh So Lovely

Matrix -- 7XCA 28807

Matrix -- 7XCA 28806
7" single -- Columbia DB 7435 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 28807

Matrix -- 7XCA 28806
7" single -- Columbia DB 7435 (promo issue)
This Was My Special Day
(Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch, Brian Bennett & John Rostill)

Running Time: 2:48
This is the same as the original mono Aladdin And His Wonderful Lamp album.


I'm Feeling Oh So Lovely
(Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch, Brian Bennett & John Rostill)

Running Time: 2:17
Cliff Richard has no involvement in this song. It is performed by Faye Fisher, Joan Palethorpe, Audrey Bayley and Norrie Paramor and his orchestra with the Mike Sammes Singers.

This single, although given a regular Columbia catalog number and pressing, was sold exclusively in the foyer of the London Palladium where Cliff and The Shadows were performing the Aladdin And His Wonderful Lamp pantomime. Because of this exclusivity, it's status as an official Cliff Richard single release remains unclear and the song failed to chart at all.

The original mono version of This Was My Special Day has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.

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The Minute You're Gone
1965 March 5
The Minute You're Gone Just Another Guy

Matrix -- 7XCA 28873

Matrix -- 7XCA 28874
7" single -- Columbia DB 7496 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 28873

Matrix -- 7XCA 28874
7" single -- Columbia DB 7496 (standard issue)
The Minute You're Gone
(Jimmy Gately)

Running Time: 2:19
This is an original A-side.


Just Another Guy
(Neil Diamond)

Running Time: 2:05
This is an original B-side.

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Angel
1965 May
Angel Razzle Dazzle

Matrix -- 7XCA 27704

Matrix -- 7XCA 27705
7" single -- Columbia DC 762
Angel
(Sid Tepper & Roy Bennett)

Running Time: 2:22
This is the same as the original mono Cliff Richard album.


Razzle Dazzle
(Charles Calhoun)

Running Time: 2:04
This is the same as the original mono Cliff Richard album.

Similar to the Gee Whizz It's You single, this Angel single was originally a continental Europe release that popularly was imported to the UK market. As a result, the continental Europe release was adopted by some compilers as a UK release.

The original mono versions of Angel and Razzle Dazzle have never been released in digital (CD or download) format.

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On My Word
1965 June 4
On My Word Just A Little Bit Too Late

Matrix -- 7XCA 28174

Matrix -- 7XCA 28175
7" single -- Columbia DB 7596 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 28174

Matrix -- 7XCA 28175
7" single -- Columbia DB 7596 (promo issue)
On My Word
(Chip Taylor)

Running Time: 2:30
This is an original A-side.


Just A Little Bit Too Late
(Hank Marvin)

Running Time: 2:35
This is an original B-side.

The original mono version of On My Word has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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The Time In Between
with The Shadows
1965 August 13
The Time In Between Look Before You Love

Matrix -- 7XCA 28223

Matrix -- 7XCA 28224
7" single -- Columbia DB 7660 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 28223

Matrix -- 7XCA 28224
7" single -- Columbia DB 7660 (promo issue)
The Time In Between
(Georges Aber, Micky Jones & Thomas Brown)

Running Time: 2:58
This is an original A-side.


Look Before You Love
(Chris Arnold, Geoff Morrow & David Martin)

Running Time: 2:57
This is an original B-side.

The original mono version of Look Before You Love has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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Wind Me Up (Let Me Go)
1965 October 29
Wind Me Up (Let Me Go) The Night

Matrix -- 7XCA 28343

Matrix -- 7XCA 28346
7" single -- Columbia DB 7745 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 28343

Matrix -- 7XCA 28346
7" single -- Columbia DB 7745 (promo issue)
Wind Me Up (Let Me Go)
(John Talley & Bob Montgomery)

Running Time: 2:27
This is an original A-side.


The Night
(Cliff Richard & Hank Marvin)

Running Time: 3:24
This is an original B-side.

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Blue Turns To Grey
with The Shadows
1966 March 18
Blue Turns To Grey Somebody Loses

Matrix -- 7XCA 28437

Matrix -- 7XCA 28438
7" single -- Columbia DB 7866 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 28437

Matrix -- 7XCA 28438
7" single -- Columbia DB 7866 (promo issue)
Blue Turns To Grey
(Keith Richards & Mick Jagger)

Running Time: 2:26
This is an original A-side.


Somebody Loses
(Sid Tepper & Roy C. Bennett)

Running Time: 1:52
This is an original B-side.

The original mono version of Somebody Loses has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.

There is some possible confusion as to whether Cliff Richard wrote Blue Turns To Grey because of the songwriter credits on this single. Cliff did not write the song, rather songwriter and Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards was going by the name Keith Richard (no 's') at the time this song was published.

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Visions
1966 July 15
Visions What Would I Do (For The Love Of A Girl)

Matrix -- 7XCA 28489

Matrix -- 7XCA 28490
7" single -- Columbia DB 7968 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 28489

Matrix -- 7XCA 28490
7" single -- Columbia DB 7968 (promo issue)
Visions
(Paul Ferris)

Running Time: 3:01
This is an original A-side.


What Would I Do (For The Love Of A Girl)
(Bruce Welch & Hank Marvin)

Running Time: 2:29
This is an original B-side.

The original mono version of Visions has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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Time Drags By
with The Shadows
1966 October 7
Time Drags By La La La Song

Matrix -- 7XCA 27980

Matrix -- 7XCA 27981
7" single -- Columbia DB 8017 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 27980

Matrix -- 7XCA 27981
7" single -- Columbia DB 8017 (promo issue)
Time Drags By
(Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch, Brian Bennett & John Rostill)

Running Time: 2:33
This is the same as the original mono Finders Keepers album.


La La La Song
(Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch, Brian Bennett & John Rostill)

Running Time: 2:26
This is the same as the original mono Finders Keepers album.

The original mono versions of Time Drags By and La La La Song have never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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In The Country
with The Shadows
1966 December 2
In The Country Finders Keepers

Matrix -- 7XCA 28590

Matrix -- 7XCA 28591
7" single -- Columbia DB 8094 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 28590

Matrix -- 7XCA 28591
7" single -- Columbia DB 8094 (promo issue)
In The Country
(Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch, John Rostill & Brian Bennett)

Running Time: 2:38
This is the same as the original mono Cinderella album.


Finders Keepers
(Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch, Brian Bennett & John Rostill)

Running Time: 2:36
This is the same as the original mono Finders Keepers album.

The original mono versions of In The Country and Finders Keepers have never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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It's All Over
1967 March 10
It's All Over Why Wasn't I Born Rich

Matrix -- 7XCA 28598

Matrix -- 7XCA 28599
7" single -- Columbia DB 7150 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 28598

Matrix -- 7XCA 28599
7" single -- Columbia DB 7150 (promo issue)
It's All Over
(Don Everly)

Running Time: 2:25
This is an original A-side.


Why Wasn't I Born Rich
(Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch, Brian Bennett & John Rostill)

Running Time: 2:42
This is the same as the original mono Cinderella album.

The original mono versions of It's All Over and Why Wasn't I Born Rich have never been released in digital (CD or download) format.

The stereo version of It's All Over includes an additional acoustic guitar intro that is missing from the mono single version, thus the mono version without this addition is now a rarity, only ever appearing on this single.

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I'll Come Runnin'
1967 June 2
I'll Come Runnin' I Get The Feelin'

Matrix -- 7XCA 28606

Matrix -- 7XCA 28607
7" single -- Columbia DB 8210 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 28606

Matrix -- 7XCA 28607
7" single -- Columbia DB 8210 (promo issue)
I'll Come Runnin'
(Neil Diamond)

Running Time: 2:27
This is an original A-side.


I Get The Feelin'
(Neil Diamond)

Running Time: 2:17
This is an original B-side.

The original mono versions of I'll Come Runnin' and I Get The Feelin' have never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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The Day I Met Marie
1967 September
The Day I Met Marie Our Story Book

Matrix -- 7XCA 28611

Matrix -- 7XCA 28612
7" single -- Columbia DB 8245 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 28611

Matrix -- 7XCA 28612
7" single -- Columbia DB 8245 (promo issue)
The Day I Met Marie
(Hank Marvin)

Running Time: 2:17
This is an original A-side.


Our Story Book
(Lor Crane & Joan Kingsbury)

Running Time: 2:31
This is an original B-side.

The original mono versions of The Day I Met Marie and Our Story Book have never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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All My Love
1967 November 10
All My Love Sweet Little Jesus Boy

Matrix -- 7XCA 28617

Matrix -- 7XCA 28618
7" single -- Columbia DB 8293 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 28617

Matrix -- 7XCA 28618
7" single -- Columbia DB 8293 (promo issue)
All My Love
(Monti Arduini & Peter Callender)

Running Time: 2:55
This is an original A-side.


Sweet Little Jesus Boy
(Robert MacGimsey)

Running Time: 2:19
This is an original B-side.

The original mono versions of All My Love and Sweet Little Jesus Boy have never been released in digital (CD or download) format.

Sweet Little Jesus Boy would appear on the 1970 About That Man LP, but this was a new version backed with acoustic guitar only, thus making the original single version quite a rarity.

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Congratulations
1968 March 15
Congratulations High 'n' Dry

Matrix -- 7XCA 26834

Matrix -- 7XCA 26832
7" single -- Columbia DB 8376 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 26834

Matrix -- 7XCA 26832
7" single -- Columbia DB 8376 (promo issue)
Congratulations
(Bill Martin & Phil Coulter)

Running Time: 2:31
This is an original A-side.


High 'n' Dry
(Roger Cook & Roger Greenaway)

Running Time: 2:16
This is an original B-side.

The original mono version of Congratulations has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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I'll Love You Forever Today
1968 June 21
I'll Love You Forever Today Girl You'll Be A Woman Soon

Matrix -- 7XCA 32137

Matrix -- 7XCA 32138
7" single -- Columbia DB 8437 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 32137

Matrix -- 7XCA 32138
7" single -- Columbia DB 8437 (promo issue)
I'll Love You Forever Today
(Cliff Richard & Jim Collier)

Running Time: 3:06
This is the same as the original mono Two A Penny album.


Girl You'll Be A Woman Soon
(Neil Diamond)

Running Time: 3:03
This is an original B-side.

The original mono versions of I'll Love You Forever Today and Girl You'll Be A Woman Soon have never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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Marianne
1968 September 20
Marianne Mr. Nice

Matrix -- 7XCA 32211

Matrix -- 7XCA 32212
7" single -- Columbia DB 8476 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 32211

Matrix -- 7XCA 32212
7" single -- Columbia DB 8476 (promo issue)
Marianne
(Sergio Endrigo & Bill Owen)

Running Time: 3:19
This is an original A-side.


Mr. Nice
(Terry Britten)

Running Time: 2:13
This is an original B-side.

The original mono version of Marianne has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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Don't Forget To Catch Me
with The Shadows
1968 November 15
Don't Forget To Catch Me What's More (I Don't Need Her)

Matrix -- 7XCA 32271

Matrix -- 7XCA 32190
7" single -- Columbia DB 8503 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 32271

Matrix -- 7XCA 32190
7" single -- Columbia DB 8503 (first promo issue)
Don't Forget To Catch Me The Magical Mrs. Clamps

Matrix -- 7XCA 32271

Matrix -- ?
7" single -- Columbia PSR 316 (second promo issue)
Don't Forget To Catch Me
(Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch & Brian Bennett)

Running Time: 2:46
This is the same as the original mono Established 1958 album.


What's More (I Don't Need Her)
(Guy Fletcher & Doug Flett)

Running Time: 2:33
This is an original B-side.

The original mono version of Don't Forget To Catch Me has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.

There were two promo releases. One is the promos is a "regular" promo that mimics the standard single; the second promo release was more to promote the Established 1958 album rather than the Don't Forget To Catch Me single. The B-side of the second promo, The Magical Mrs. Clamps, is by The Shadows only and has no Cliff involvement.

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Good Times
1969 February 21
Good Times Occasional Rain

Matrix -- 7XCA 32389

Matrix -- 7XCA 32390
7" single -- Columbia DB 8548 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 32389

Matrix -- 7XCA 32390
7" single -- Columbia DB 8548 (promo issue)
Good Times
(Jerry Lordan, Roger Cook and Roger Greenaway)

Running Time: 2:16
This is an original A-side.


Occasional Rain
(? Richey & ? Richey)

Running Time: 2:44
This is an original B-side.

The original mono version of Good Times has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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Big Ship
1969 May 23
Big Ship She's Leaving You

Matrix -- 7XCA 32455

Matrix -- 7XCA 32456
7" single -- Columbia DB 8581 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 32455

Matrix -- 7XCA 32456
7" single -- Columbia DB 8581 (promo issue)
Big Ship
(Raymond Froggatt)

Running Time: 2:26
This is an original A-side.


She's Leaving You
(Brian Bennett)

Running Time: 3:28
This is an original B-side.

The original mono versions of Big Ship and She's Leaving You have never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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Throw Down A Line
with Hank Marvin
1969 September 5
Throw Down A Line Reflections

Matrix -- 7XCA 32523

Matrix -- 7XCA 32524
7" single -- Columbia DB 8615 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 32523

Matrix -- 7XCA 32524
7" single -- Columbia DB 8615 (promo issue)
Throw Down A Line
(Hank Marvin)

Running Time: 2:49
This is an original A-side.


Reflections
(Cliff Richard & Keith Craddock)

Running Time: 2:56
This is an original B-side, although the same version would appear a year later on the About That Man album.

The original mono versions of Throw Down A Line and Reflections have never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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With The Eyes Of A Child
1969 November 21
With The Eyes Of A Child So Long

Matrix -- 7XCA 32547

Matrix -- 7XCA 32548
7" single -- Columbia DB 8641 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 32547

Matrix -- 7XCA 32548
7" single -- Columbia DB 8641 (promo issue)
With The Eyes Of A Child
(Guy Fletcher & Doug Flett)

Running Time: 2:55
This is an original A-side.


So Long
(Chris Arnold, Geoff Morrow & David Martin)

Running Time: 2:38
This is an original B-side.

The original mono versions of With The Eyes Of A Child and So Long have never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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The Joy Of Living
with Hank Marvin
1970 February 6
The Joy Of Living Leave My Woman Alone
Boogitoo

Matrix -- 7YCA 32624

Matrix -- 7YCA 32625
7" single -- Columbia DB 8657 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7YCA 32624

Matrix -- 7YCA 32625
7" single -- Columbia DB 8657 (promo issue)
The Joy Of Living
(Hank Marvin & Paul Ferris)

Running Time: 3:04
This is an original A-side.


Leave My Woman Alone
(Ray Charles)

Running Time: 2:57
This is an original B-side.


Boogitoo
(Hank Marvin & Richard Hewson)

Running Time: 2:51
This is a Hank Marvin instrumental and has no Cliff Richard involvement.

Although not explicitly labeled as such, this single was considered a maxi-single because of the additional song on the B-side.
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Goodbye Sam, Hello Samantha
1970 May 29
Goodbye Sam, Hello Samantha You Never Can Tell

Matrix -- 7YCA 32680

Matrix -- 7YCA 32681
7" single -- Columbia DB 8685 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7YCA 32680

Matrix -- 7YCA 32681
7" single -- Columbia DB 8685 (promo issue)
Goodbye Sam, Hello Samantha
(Mitch Murray, Peter Callander & Geoff Stephens)

Running Time: 2:50
This is an original A-side.


You Never Can Tell
(Hank Marvin)

Running Time: 2:21
This is an original B-side.

At the time of release, this single was considered Cliff's 50th single release. This count requires some careful consideration of the foreign market singles, the Hank Marvin duet singles and the This Was My Special Day single, which includes some and excludes others.
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Love, Truth And Emily Stone
1970
Love, Truth And Emily Stone This side has no groove
7" single -- Columbia SPSRS 332 (promo issue)
Love, Truth And Emily Stone
(Hank Marvin & Petrina Lordon)

Running Time: 2:45
This is the same as on the Tracks 'N Grooves album.

This single exists as a promo only, extensibly to promote the Tracks 'N Grooves album from which it was taken. It's a single sided record with the B-side either having no groove or a groove of silence only.
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I Ain't Got Time Anymore
1970 August 21
I Ain't Got Time Anymore Monday Comes Too Soon

Matrix -- 7YCA 32726

Matrix -- 7YCA 32727
7" single -- Columbia DB 8708 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7YCA 32726

Matrix -- 7YCA 32727
7" single -- Columbia DB 8708 (promo issue)
I Ain't Got Time Anymore
(Mike Leander & Eddie Seago)

Running Time: 2:32
This is an original A-side.


Monday Comes Too Soon
(Hank Marvin & Jerry Lordan)

Running Time: 2:30
This is an original B-side.

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Sunny Honey Girl
1971 January 8
Sunny Honey Girl Don't Move Away
with Olivia Newton-John
I Was Only Fooling Myself

Matrix -- 7YCA 32802

Matrix -- 7YCA 32803
7" single -- Columbia DB 8747 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7YCA 32802

Matrix -- 7YCA 32803
7" single -- Columbia DB 8747 (promo issue)
Sunny Honey Girl
(Roger Cook, Roger Greenaway, Johnnie Goodison & Tony Hiller)

Running Time: 2:55
This is an original A-side.


Don't Move Away
(Valerie Avon & Harold Spiro)

Running Time: 3:01
This is an original B-side.


I Was Only Fooling Myself
(? Campbell)

Running Time: 3:03
This is an original B-side.

Although not explicitly labeled as such, this single was considered a maxi-single because of the additional song on the B-side.
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Silvery Rain
1971 April 2
Silvery Rain Annabella Umbrella
Time Flies

Matrix -- 7XCA 32851

Matrix -- 7XCA 32852
7" single -- Columbia DB 8774 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 32851

Matrix -- 7XCA 32852
7" single -- Columbia DB 8774 (promo issue)
Silvery Rain
(Hank Marvin)

Running Time: 3:46
This is an original A-side.


Annabella Umbrella
(Valerie Avon & Harold Spiro)

Running Time: 2:49
This is an original B-side.


Time Flies
(Brian Bennett & Mike Hawker)

Running Time: 2:54
This is an original B-side.

The original mono versions of Silvery Rain, Annabella Umbrella and Time Flies have never been released in digital (CD or download) format.

Although not explicitly labeled as such, this single was considered a maxi-single because of the additional song on the B-side.

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Flying Machine
1971 June 25
Flying Machine Pigeon

Matrix -- 7XCA 32897

Matrix -- 7XCA 32898
7" single -- Columbia DB 8797 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7XCA 32897

Matrix -- 7XCA 32898
7" single -- Columbia DB 8797 (promo issue)
Flying Machine
(George Hultgreen)

Running Time: 3:02
This is an original A-side.


Pigeon
(Guy Fletcher & Doug Flett)

Running Time: 2:45
This is an original B-side.

The original mono versions of Flying Machine and Pigeon have never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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Sing A Song Of Freedom
1971 October 29
Sing A Song Of Freedom A Thousand Conversations

Matrix -- 7YCA 32968

Matrix -- 7YCA 32969
7" single -- Columbia DB 8836 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7YCA 32968

Matrix -- 7YCA 32969
7" single -- Columbia DB 8836 (promo issue)
Sing A Song Of Freedom
(Guy Fletcher & Doug Flett)

Running Time: 3:24
This is an original A-side.


A Thousand Conversations
(Hank Marvin & Bruce Welch)

Running Time: 2:18
This is an original B-side.

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Jesus
1972 February 18
Jesus Mister Cloud

Matrix -- 7YCA 33027

Matrix -- 7YCA 33028
7" single -- Columbia DB 8864 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7YCA 33027

Matrix -- 7YCA 33028
7" single -- Columbia DB 8864 (promo issue)
Jesus
(Pierre Darjean and Michel Hamburger)

Running Time: 4:15
This is an original A-side.


Mister Cloud
(Guy Fletcher & Doug Flett)

Running Time: 3:45
This is an original B-side.

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Living In Harmony
1972 July 28
Living In Harmony Empty Chairs

Matrix -- 7YCA 33123

Matrix -- 7YCA 33124
7" single -- Columbia DB 8917 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7YCA 33123

Matrix -- 7YCA 33124
7" single -- Columbia DB 8917 (promo issue)
Living In Harmony
(Alan Tarney & Trevor Spencer)

Running Time: 3:21
This is an original A-side.


Empty Chairs
(Don McLean)

Running Time: 3:24
This is an original B-side.

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A Brand New Song
1972 November 24
A Brand New Song The Old Accordion

Matrix -- 7YCA 33198

Matrix -- 7YCA 33199
7" single -- Columbia DB 8957 (standard issue)

Matrix -- 7YCA 33198

Matrix -- 7YCA 33199
7" single -- Columbia DB 8957 (promo issue)
A Brand New Song
(Jeff Barry & Paul Williams)

Running Time: 2:44
This is an original A-side.


The Old Accordion
(Raymond Froggatt)

Running Time: 4:01
This is an original B-side.

This version of The Old Accordion has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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Power To All Our Friends
1973 March 9
Power To All Our Friends Come Back Billie Jo
7" single -- EMI EMI 2012 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 2012 (promo issue)
Power To All Our Friends
(Guy Fletcher & Doug Flett)

Running Time: 3:01
This is an original A-side.


Come Back Billie Jo
(Mitch Murray & Tony Macaulay)

Running Time: 2:37
This is an original B-side.

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Help It Along / Tomorrow Rising
1973 April 27
Help It Along
Tomorrow Rising
The Days Of Love
Ashes To Ashes
7" single -- EMI EMI 2022 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 2022 (promo issue)
Help It Along
(Christopher Neil)

Running Time: 2:52
This is an original A-side.


Tomorrow Rising
(Mike Hawker & Brian Bennett)

Running Time: 2:44
This is an original A-side.


The Days Of Love
(Alan Hawkshaw & Dougie Wright)

Running Time: 2:57
This is an original B-side.


Ashes To Ashes
(Tony Cole)

Running Time: 3:02
This is an original B-side.

Although not explicitly labeled as such, this single was considered a maxi-single because of the additional songs. It actually has more in common with an EP, but it was sold, marketed and charted as a single.

The tracks on this single are the unused songs recorded for the 1973 Eurovision Song Contest. Cliff had recorded six songs total, and Power To All Our Friends was chosen as the song contest song (with Come Back Billie Jo on the B-side), so these are the leftovers from that set.

Curiously, the cover lists the title of the third song as The Days Of Love, but the record label lists it as Days Of Love only.

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Take Me High
1973 November 9
Take Me High Celestial Houses
7" single -- EMI EMI 2088 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 2088 (promo issue)
Take Me High
(Tony Cole)

Running Time: 2:45
This is the same as the original Take Me High album.


Celestial Houses
(Terry Britten)

Running Time: 2:46
This is an original B-side, although the song was used six months later on the Help It Along album in an altered form (with orchestra, guitar and audience noises dubbed onto it).

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(You Keep Me) Hangin' On
1974 April 26
(You Keep Me) Hangin' On Love Is Here
7" single -- EMI EMI 2150 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 2150 (standard issue)
(You Keep Me) Hangin' On
(Buddy Mize & Ira Allen)

Running Time: 2:59
This is an original A-side.


Love Is Here
(Jerry Lordan & Dave Franklin)

Running Time: 2:02
This is an original B-side.

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Nothing To Remind Me
1974 October
Nothing To Remind Me The Leaving
7" single -- EMI PSR 368 (promo only)
Nothing To Remind Me
(Cliff Richard)

Running Time: 3:02
This is the same as on the The 31st Of February Street album.


The Leaving
(Christ Sedgwick)

Running Time: 3:24
This is the same as on the The 31st Of February Street album.

There was no standard single for this song. It is thought that this promo only single was meant more to promote the The 31st Of February Street album more than Nothing To Remind Me. Although curiously, no singles were pulled from the The 31st Of February Street album so perhaps this song was being considered as a single at some point.
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It's Only Me You've Left Behind
1975 March 14
It's Only Me You've Left Behind You're The One
7" single -- EMI EMI 2279 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 2279 (promo issue)
It's Only Me You've Left Behind
(Hank Marvin & John Farrar)

Running Time: 3:07
This is an original A-side.


You're The One
(Alan Tarney & Trevor Spencer)

Running Time: 3:42
This is an original B-side.

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Honky Tonk Angel
1975 September 5
Honky Tonk Angel Wouldn't You Know It (Got Myself A Girl)
7" single -- EMI EMI 2344 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 2344 (promo issue)
Honky Tonk Angel
(Troy Seals & Denny Rice)

Running Time: 3:03
This is an original A-side.


Wouldn't You Know It (Got Myself A Girl)
(Raymond Rasch & Dorothy Wayne -OR- Alan Tarney & Trevor Spencer (sources contradict))

Running Time: 3:03
This is an original B-side.

Shortly after this single's release, Cliff was told that the song was about a prostitute. As a result, he quit promoting it and encouraged the public to ignore it. By some accounts, he is reported to have had the single actually withdrawn, but that remains unclear. The song is not necessarily about a prostitute, but rather just a woman who hangs out at the honky tonk (bar with music and dancing). However it is probably a result of a misunderstanding of the term and American culture in Britain that led to this interpretation. In any case, Cliff was incorrectly led to believe that the song was about a prostitute and dropped the song as a result.
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Miss You Nights
1975 November 14
Miss You Nights Love Enough
7" single -- EMI EMI 2376 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 2376 (promo issue)
Miss You Nights
(Dave Townsend)

Running Time: 3:57
This is the same as on the I'm Nearly Famous album.


Love Enough
(Time Moore)

Running Time: 2:50
This is an original B-side.

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Devil Woman
1976 April 23
Devil Woman Love On (Shine On)
7" single -- EMI EMI 2448 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 2448 (promo issue)
Devil Woman
(Terry Britten & Christine Holmes)

Running Time: 3:41
This is the same as on the original I'm Nearly Famous album.


Love On (Shine On)
(Cliff Richard)

Running Time: 3:04
This is an original B-side.

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I Can't Ask For Anymore Than You
1976 July 23
I Can't Ask For Anymore Than You Junior Cowboy
7" single -- EMI EMI 2499 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 2499 (promo issue)
I Can't Ask For Anymore Than You
(Ken Gold & Michael Denne)

Running Time: 2:50
This is the same as on the I'm Nearly Famous album.


Junior Cowboy
(Michael Allison & Peter Sills)

Running Time: 2:44
This is the same as on the I'm Nearly Famous album.

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Hey Mr Dream Maker
1976 November 6
Hey Mr Dream Maker No One Waits
7" single -- EMI EMI 2559 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 2559 (promo issue)
Hey Mr Dream Maker
(Alan Tarney & Bruce Welch)

Running Time: 4:48
This is the same as on the Every Face Tells A Story album.


No One Waits
(Cliff Richard & Gary Isherwood)

Running Time: 3:41
This is an original B-side.

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My Kinda Life
1977 February 25
My Kinda Life Nothing Left For Me To Say
7" single -- EMI EMI 2589 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 2589 (promo issue)
My Kinda Life
(Chris East)

Running Time: 3:29
This is edited from the Every Face Tells A Story album, fading a full 19 seconds earlier.


Nothing Left For Me To Say
(Cliff Richard)

Running Time: 3:55
This is an original B-side.

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When Two Worlds Drift Apart
1977 June 27
When Two Worlds Drift Apart That's Why I Love You
7" single -- EMI EMI 2633 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 2633 (promo issue)
When Two Worlds Drift Apart
(Peter Sills)

Running Time: 4:14
This is the same as on the Every Face Tells A Story album.


That's Why I Love You
(Andrew Gold & Gene Garfin)

Running Time: 3:09
This is an original B-side.

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Yes He Lives
1978 January 27
Yes He Lives Good On The Sally Army
7" single -- EMI EMI 2730 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 2730 (promo issue)
Yes He Lives
(Terry Britten)

Running Time: 3:32
This is the same as on the Small Corners album.


Good On The Sally Army
(Alan Shiers)

Running Time: 3:06
This is the same as on the Small Corners album.

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Please Remember Me
1978 July 28
Please Remember Me Please Don't Tease
7" single -- EMI EMI 2832 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 2832 (promo issue)
Please Remember Me
(Dave Loggins & ? Woodley)

Running Time: 3:20
This is the same as on the Green Light album.


Please Don't Tease
(Bruce Welch & Peter Chester)

Running Time: 4:47
This is an original B-side.

This recording of Please Don't Tease is a whole new recording and is the start of a period where Cliff was recording new versions of old hits between the 20th anniversary Thank You Very Much concerts and the 25th anniversary Silver and Rock 'n' Roll Silver recordings.
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Can't Take The Hurt Anymore
1978 November 3
Can't Take The Hurt Anymore Needing A Friend
7" single -- EMI EMI 2885 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 2885 (promo issue)
Can't Take The Hurt Anymore
(Laurie Andrew)

Running Time: 3:52
This is the same as on the Green Light album.


Needing A Friend
(Cliff Richard & Gary Isherwood)

Running Time: 2:57
This is an original B-side.

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Green Light
1979 February 16
Green Light Imagine Love
7" single -- EMI EMI 2920 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 2920 (promo issue)
Green Light
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 3:45
This is edited from the Green Light album version, cutting the first guitar sequence on the song's intro.


Imagine Love
(Alan Tarney & Jerry Lordan)

Running Time: 4:20
This is an original B-side.

This version of Green Light has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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Note: Due to the intense graphics nature of this listing, it is split into the following three sections.
1958 to 1979 Singles
1979 to Today Singles
Related Singles, Reissues, Chart Statistics and More

Regular Non-Cliff Releases

Reissue Releases

Premium Releases

Sales Figures

Music Charts

Note: Due to the intense graphics nature of this listing, it is split into the following three sections.
1958 to 1979 Singles
1979 to Today Singles
Related Singles, Reissues, Chart Statistics and More


This page is intended to be a complete record of Cliff Richard's UK single releases. If you notice any errors or omissions, please contact me at cliffrichardsongs@gmail.com and let me know. I strive for accuracy.

Robert Porter
June 2017

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