Cliff UK Singles

 

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


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 UK hits 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
We Don't Talk Anymore
1979 July 6
We Don't Talk Anymore Count Me Out
7" single -- EMI EMI 2975 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 2975 (promo issue)
We Don't Talk Anymore
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 4:18
This is the same as on the Rock 'n' Roll Juvenile album.


Count Me Out
(Terry Britten & Bruce Welch)

Running Time: 4:15
This is the same as on the Green Light album.

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Hot Shot
1979 October 19
Hot Shot Walking In The Light
7" single -- EMI EMI 5003 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 5003 (promo issue)
Hot Shot
(Terry Britten & B.A. Robertson)

Running Time: 3:23
This is the same as on the Rock 'n' Roll Juvenile album.


Walking In The Light
(Terry Britten)

Running Time: 3:17
This is an original B-side.

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Carrie
1980 January 18
Carrie Moving In
7" single -- EMI EMI 5006 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 5006 (promo issue)
Carrie
(Terry Britten & B.A. Robertson)

Running Time: 3:28
This is edited from the Rock 'n' Roll Juvenile album version, running slightly faster and fading 12 seconds early (after accounting for the speed-up), cutting some of the spooky guitar ending.


Moving In
(Cliff Richard)

Running Time: 3:26
This is an original B-side.

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Dreamin'
1980 August 8
Dreamin' Dynamite
7" single -- EMI EMI 5095 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 5095 (promo issue)
Dreamin'
(Alan Tarney & Leo Sayer)

Running Time: 3:40
This is the same as on the I'm No Hero album.


Dynamite
(Ian Ralph Samwell)

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

This recording of Dynamite is an all new recording.
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Suddenly
with Olivia Newton-John
1980 October 10
Suddenly You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want To Do It)
7" single -- Jet JET 7002 (standard issue)
7" single -- Jet JET 7002 (promo issue)
Suddenly
(John Farrar)

Running Time: 4:00
This is the same as on the Xanadu soundtrack album.


You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want To Do It)
(James V. Monaco & Joseph McCarthy)

Running Time: 3:15
This song by Olivia Newton-John only and features no Cliff Richard involvement.

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A Little In Love
1981 January 12
A Little In Love Keep On Looking
7" single -- EMI EMI 5123 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 5123 (promo issue)
A Little In Love
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 3:24
This is edited from the I'm No Hero album version, cutting the first chorus after the key change that begins the repeated chorus on the fade-out.


Keep On Looking
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 3:40
This is an original B-side.

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Wired For Sound
1981 August 17
Wired For Sound Hold On
7" single -- EMI EMI 5221 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 5221 (promo issue)
Wired For Sound
(B.A. Robertson & Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 3:38
This is the same as on the Wired For Sound album.


Hold On
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 3:43
This is an original B-side.

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Daddy's Home
1981 November 6
Daddy's Home Shakin' All Over
7" single -- EMI EMI 5251 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 5251 (promo issue)
Daddy's Home
(James Sheppard & William Miller)

Running Time: 3:03
This is the same as on the Wired For Sound album.


Shakin' All Over
(Fred Heath (aka Johnny Kidd))

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

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The Only Way Out
1982 July 2
The Only Way Out Under The Influence
7" single -- EMI EMI 5318
The Only Way Out
(Ray Martinez)

Running Time: 3:24
This is the same as on the Now You See Me... Now You Don't album.


Under The Influence
(Garth Hewitt)

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

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Where Do We Go From Here
1982 September 10
Where Do We Go From Here Discovering
7" single -- EMI EMI 5341
Where Do We Go From Here
(Chris Eaton)

Running Time: 2:58
This is the same as on the Now You See Me... Now You Don't album.


Discovering
(Chris Eaton)

Running Time: 4:49
This is the same as on the Now You See Me... Now You Don't album.

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Little Town
1982 November 15
Little Town Love And A Helping Hand
You, Me And Jesus
7" single -- EMI EMI 5348
7" picture disc single -- EMI EMIP 5348
Little Town
(Phillip Brooks and Lewis H. Redner (original), Chris Eaton (new arrangement))

Running Time: 4:08
This is the same as on the Now You See Me... Now You Don't album.


Love And A Helping Hand
(Cliff Richard)

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


You, Me And Jesus
(Cliff Richard)

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

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She Means Nothing To Me
with Phil Everly
1983 February 7
She Means Nothing To Me A Man And A Woman
7" single -- Capitol CL 276 (standard issue)
7" single -- Capitol CL 276 (jukebox issue)
She Means Nothing To Me
(John David)

Running Time: 3:27
This is the same as on Phil Everly's Phil Everly album. However, it is not the same version that appeared nearly two years later on Cliff's The Rock Connection album.


A Man And A Woman
(Phil Everly & T. Slater)

Running Time: Unknown
Cliff Richard has no involvement with this song.

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True Love Ways
with the London Philharmonic Orchestra
1983 April 8
True Love Ways Galadriel (Spirit Of Starlight)
7" single -- EMI EMI 5385
True Love Ways
(Norman Petty & Buddy Holly)

Running Time: 3:15
This is the same as on the Dressed For The Occasion album.


Galadriel (Spirit Of Starlight)
(Hank Marvin & John Farrar)

Running Time: 5:46
This is the same as on the Dressed For The Occasion album.

Both tracks on the single are the same as on the original Dressed For The Occasion album, but unlike the album, they fade out during the audience cheering after the song (where the ablum versions do not fade but continue into the next track.
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Drifting
with Sheila Walsh
1983 May 27
Drifting Lonely When The Lights Go On
7" single -- DJM SHEIL 1
7" picture disc single -- DJM SHEIL 100
Drifting
(Bruce Woolley & Simon Darlow)

Running Time: 3:51
This is the same as on Sheila Walsh's Drifting album.


Lonely When The Lights Go On
(Costa Coulouris & John Woodfield)

Running Time: 3:08
This is the same as on Sheila Walsh's Drifting album. Although this is considered a Sheila Walsh solo song, Cliff Richard provided production and backing vocals.

These versions of Drifting and Lonely When The Lights Go On have never been released in digital (CD or download) format.

The single slightly retitled the B-side from Lonely When The Lights Go On to It's Lonely When The Lights Go On.

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Never Say Die (Give A Little Bit More)
1983 August 22
Never Say Die (Give A Little Bit More) Lucille
7" single -- EMI EMI 5415 (standard cream label)
7" single -- EMI EMI 5415 (standard blue label)
Never Say Die (Give A Little Bit More) (Extended Version) Lucille
12" single -- EMI 12EMI 5415
Never Say Die (Give A Little Bit More)
(Terry Britten & Sue Shifrin)

Running Time: 3:42
This is the same as on the Silver album.


Lucille
(Albert Collins & Richard Penniman)

Running Time: 3:39
This is the same as on the Rock 'n' Roll Silver album that was released in the Silver boxed set.


Never Say Die (Give A Little Bit More) (Extended Version)
(Terry Britten & Sue Shifrin)

Running Time: 5:30
This extended version is the standard album/single version, but with a few modifications to the mix. It includes an added intro, using guitar and brass instruments. The instrumental part of the song's bridge is extended with additional keyboard and guitar. And an additional guitar element is added to the song's repeated ending, which is also extended by an additional cycle.

This extended version of Never Say Die (Give A Little Bit More) is Cliff's first official extended version of any song in the UK, however, the first song known to actually have an extended mix is We Don't Talk Anymore which was only known to have been released on a Holland 12" single.

The extended version of Never Say Die (Give A Little Bit More) has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.

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Please Don't Fall In Love
1983 November 7
Please Don't Fall In Love Too Close To Heaven
7" single -- EMI EMI 5437 (standard cream label)
7" single -- EMI EMI 5437 (standard blue label)
Please Don't Fall In Love
(Mike Batt)

Running Time: 3:13
This is the same as the Silver album.


Too Close To Heaven
(Mike Batt)

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

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Baby You're Dynamite + Ocean Deep / Baby You're Dynamite
1984 April 23 (Baby You're Dynamite)

1984 May 8 (Ocean Deep/Baby You're Dynamite)

Baby You're Dynamite Ocean Deep
7" single -- EMI EMI 5457 (first issue - blue label solid center)
7" single -- EMI EMI 5457 (first issue - blue label scored center)
Baby You're Dynamite (Extended Version) Baby You're Dynamite
Ocean Deep
12" single -- EMI 12EMI 5457
Ocean Deep Baby You're Dynamite (Extended Version)
7" single -- EMI EMI 5457 (second issue)
Baby You're Dynamite
(Guy Fletcher & Doug Flett)

Running Time: 3:20
This is edited from the Silver album version, cutting the small section between the third and final chorus and the beginning of the fade out (noted by the alternating channel "Ah, Ah" section.) The part cut is a small bit of guitar and Cliff singing "You've got the power, Stronger by the hour" and a repeat of the last half of the chorus.


Ocean Deep
(Rod Trott & Jon Sweet)

Running Time: 5:18
This is the same as on the Silver album.


Baby You're Dynamite (Extended Version)
(Guy Fletcher & Doug Flett)

Running Time: 5:08
This version is the same as the full Silver album version, but with some added elements. There are additional drums and keyboards added to the song's intro, extending it slightly. Additional drums elements are added throughout the song, giving it a deeper, heavier beat. Most notable is an extended instrumental part, running about 50 seconds, that is added between the third and final chorus and the song's repeated ending.

This single was first releases with Baby You're Dynamite as the A-side and Ocean Deep as the B-side. However, radio quickly flipped the single and began playing and promoting Ocean Deep rather than the intended A-side. As a result, EMI quickly re-released the single as a double A-side with Ocean Deep as the primary side and Baby You're Dynamite as the secondary side. Perhaps as a ploy to get fans to buy the single again, the extended version of Baby You're Dynamite was put on the re-released single rather than the original 7" edit version.

The single edit and extended versions of Baby You're Dynamite have never been released in digital (CD or download) format.

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Two To The Power Of Love
with Janet Jackson
1984 September 15
Two To The Power Of Love Rock 'n' Roll
7" single -- A&M AM 210 (standard issue)
7" single -- A&M AM 210 (promo issue)
Two To The Power Of Love Rock 'n' Roll
Don't Mess Up This Good Thing
12" single -- A&M AMX 210
Two To The Power Of Love
(Peter Beckett & Steven A. Kipner)

Running Time: 3:06
This is the same as Janet Jackson's Dream Street album.


Rock 'n' Roll
(Marlon Jackson)

Running Time: 4:10
This song has no Cliff Richard involvement.


Don't Mess Up This Good Thing
(Wardell Potts Jr., Barry Sarna & Dana Meyers)

Running Time: 3:54
This song has no Cliff Richard involvement.

There is some confusion about the exact title of this song. On the Dream Street LP and CD, as well as the label on the 7" and 12" singles, it is listed as Two To The Power Of Love, but on the sleeves for the 7" and 12" singles, it's simply listed as Two To The Power. It also appears that it charted under shortened the title Two To The Power.
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Shooting From The Heart
1984 October 22
Shooting From The Heart Small World
7" single -- EMI RICH 1
Heart shaped picture disc single -- EMI RICHP 1
Shooting From The Heart
(? Giles & Roger Greenaway)

Running Time: 3:12
This is the same as on the The Rock Connection album.


Small World
(Cliff Richard)

Running Time: 3:10
This is an original B-side.

There was a producer credit error on the heart shaped picture disc, therefore a small slip of green paper was distributed with the disc and inserted into the plastic sleeve to correct this error.
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Heart User
1985 January 21
Heart User I Will Follow You
7" single -- EMI RICH 2 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI RICH 2 (promo issue)
Heart User (Extended Version) I Will Follow You
12" single -- EMI 12 RICH 2 (standard issue)
12" single -- EMI 12 RICH 2 (poster issue)
Heart User
(Terry Britten & Sue Shifrin)

Running Time: 3:43
This is the same as on the The Rock Connection album.


I Will Follow You
(Cliff Richard)

Running Time: 4:17
This is an original B-side.


Heart User (Extended Version)
(Terry Britten & Sue Shifrin)

Running Time: 5:26
This version is the same as the full The Rock Connection album version, but with some added elements including an added guitar/vocal part between the second verse and chorus, an added guitar only verse after the guitar bridge, and several added stripped down choruses inserted before the third chorus. Also, there are several keyboard, guitar and vocal touches added throughout the song.

The Heart User 12" single had two issues. They are basically the same vinyl record and picture cover, but one has a white sticker on the front identifying that there is a poster enclosed and slipped with the sleeve is a 11" by 17" poster of Cliff.

Probably because it was not a good seller, the Shooting From The Heart shaped picture disc released a few months prior to Heart User was used to promote Heart User. The Heart User 7" single was placed into the clear plastic sleeve of the Shooting From The Heart shaped picture disc packaging and with no special markings, they were sold as a combination package. Clearly this was an effort to clear out of inventory the excessive picture discs, which was an occasional practice of the day.

The extended version of Heart User has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.

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She's So Beautiful
1985 September 2
She's So Beautiful She's So Beautiful (Special Mix)
7" single -- EMI EMI 5531 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMI 5531 (promo issue)
She's So Beautiful (Extended Mix) She's So Beautiful
12" single -- EMI 12 EMI 5531
She's So Beautiful
(Hans Poulsen)

Running Time: 4:15
This is a slightly different mix compared to the Dave Clark's Time - The Album album version. It includes a slightly different lyric at the beginning of the song, and fades a full thirty seconds later, giving it a longer fade out. Otherwise, it is the same as the LP version. On the LP version, the lyric at the song's beginning is "I keep hearing accusations, and my reply is hard to find" while on the single version it is "I hear your accusations darling, and my reply is hard to find." The fade out is later, so that an extra "wonderful, marvelous..." bridge and double chorus is heard before the fade out.


She's So Beautiful (Special Mix)
(Hans Poulsen)

Running Time: 3:31
The special mix is basically an instrumental version of the song, with some some editing so that it's about 45 seconds shorter than the single version. It does feature Cliff on backing vocals.


She's So Beautiful (Extended Mix)
(Hans Poulsen)

Running Time: 7:24
This extended version is a remix variation of the single version, including a different intro that cuts the acapella intro and instead uses a backing vocal version of the chorus. In addition there is an instrumental only version of a verse and chorus between the first chorus and second verse. And the repeated chorus ending is very greatly extended with additional choruses, some instrumental and some with unique vocal elements.

Although this single was not released or marketed as a duet with Stevie Wonder, due to his producer and heavy backing vocal role in the song, it is sometimes credited as a Cliff Richard/Stevie Wonder duet. Also, there can be confusion about the various versions of the song that are on the 7" and 12" singles. The 7" has the standard 7" version of the song, backed with a "special mix" of the song that is basically an edited instrumental version. The 12" features an extended version, backed with the original 7" version. It should be noted that there is a completely different extended version of the special mix only available on the German 12" single (EMI 12EMI 2007996).

The special mix and extended mix versions of She's So Beautiful have never been released in digital (CD or download) format.

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It's In Every One Of Us
1985 November 25
It's In Every One Of Us Alone (Instrumental)
7" single -- EMI EMI 5537
It's In Every One Of Us Alone (Instrumental)
It's In Every One Of Us (Choral Version)
12" single -- EMI 12 EMI 5537
It's In Every One Of Us
(David Pomeranz)

Running Time: 3:24
This is edited from the Dave Clark's Time - The Musical album version, cutting the entire acapella intro.


Alone (Instrumental)
(Dave Clark & John Christie)

Running Time: Unknown
Cliff Richard has no involvement in this song.


It's In Every One Of Us (Choral Version)
(David Pomeranz)

Running Time: 3:23
This is edited from the Dave Clark's Time - The Musical album version, cutting the entire acapella intro and the second verse has no instrumentation and instead, Cliff's vocals are accompanied by a choir only.

These versions of It's In Every One Of Us have never been released in digital (CD or download) format.

It is curious that the instrumental track (no Cliff involvement) on the B-side lists no artist having performed it.

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Living Doll
with The Young Ones and Hank Marvin
1986 March 8
Living Doll (All The Little Flowers Are) Happy
7" single -- WEA Records YZ 65 (picture label)
7" single -- WEA Records YZ 65 (silver label)
7" single -- WEA Records YZ 65 (blue label)
7" picture disc single -- WEA Records YZ 65P
Living Doll (The Disco Funk Get Up Get Down Go To The Lavatory Mix) (All The Little Flowers Are) Happy
12" single -- WEA Records YZ 65T
Living Doll
(Lionel Bart)

Running Time: 4:18
This is an original A-side.


(All The Little Flowers Are) Happy
(Ben Elton, Rik Mayall, Lise Mayer, Adrian Edmondson, Nigel Planer, Christopher Ryan, Richard Curtis, Stuart Colman, Howard Tibble & Comic Relief)

Running Time: Unknown
Cliff Richard has no involvement with this performance, which is more of a comedy sketch than an actual song.


Living Doll (The Disco Funk Get Up Get Down Go To The Lavatory Mix)
(Lionel Bart)

Running Time: 6:29
This version is the same as the standard single version, but with additional comedy bits by The Young Ones at the song's intro, instrumental break and ending.

This single, produced by Comic Relief, was a charity single benefitting the Save The Children Fund to help starving children in Ethiopia and the Sudan.

The way that artists are listed on this single for the B-side, (All The Little Flowers Are) Happy, it implies that it is a song with Cliff Richard and Hank Marvin; however, they do not perform on the song at all.

The extended version of Living Doll has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.

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Born To Rock 'n' Roll
1986 May 6
Born To Rock 'n' Roll Law Of The Universe
7" single -- EMI EMI 5545
Born To Rock 'n' Roll (Special Extended Mix) Born To Rock 'n' Roll
Law Of The Universe
12" single -- EMI 12 EMI 5545
Born To Rock 'n' Roll
(Dave Clark, Jeff Daniels & David Soames)

Running Time: 3:59
This is edited from the Dave Clark's Time - The Musical album version, cutting the audience cheering noises at the song's beginning and end. It also has a slightly longer fade-out


Law Of The Universe
(Dave Clark, David Soames & Jeff Daniels)

Running Time: 3:14
This is an original B-side.


Born To Rock 'n' Roll (Special Extended Mix)
(Dave Clark, Jeff Daniels & David Soames)

Running Time: 6:21
This extended mix is the same as the single version, but the intro is greatly extended with additional guitar, the instrumental bridge is extended with additiona guitar, and the repeated ending is extended with additional vocals and added guitar.

The extended version of Born To Rock 'n' Roll and Law Of The Universe have never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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All I Ask Of You
with Sarah Brightman
1986 September 29
All I Ask Of You 'The Phantom Of The Opera' - Overture (Act II)
7" single -- Polydor POSP 802
All I Ask Of You 'The Phantom Of The Opera' - Overture (Act II)
Only You
with Sarah Brightman
12" single -- Polydor POSPX 802
All I Ask Of You
(Andrew Lloyd Webber, Charles Hart & Richard Stilgoe)

Running Time: 4:12
This is an original A-side.


'The Phantom Of The Opera' - Overture (Act II)
(Andrew Lloyd Webber)

Running Time: Unknown
This song has no Cliff Richard involvement.


Only You
(Andrew Lloyd Webber & Richard Stilgoe)

Running Time: 3:49
This is an original B-side.

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Slow Rivers
with Elton John
1986 November 21
Slow Rivers Billy And The Kids
7" single -- The Rocket Record Company EJS 13
7" picture disc single -- The Rocket Record Company EJSP 13
Slow Rivers Billy And The Kids
Lord Of The Flies
12" single -- The Rocket Record Company EJS 1312
Slow Rivers
Billy And The Kids
Nikita
Blue Eyes
I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues
Slow Rivers
Billy And The Kids
Nikita
Blue Eyes
I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues
Cassette single -- The Rocket Record Company EJSM 13
Slow Rivers
(Elton John & Bernie Taupin)

Running Time: 3:10
This is the same as on Elton John's Leather Jackets album.


Billy And The Kids
(Elton John & Bernie Taupin)

Running Time: Unknown
This song has no Cliff Richard involvement.


Lord Of The Flies
(Elton John & Bernie Taupin)

Running Time: Unknown
This song has no Cliff Richard involvement.

Although this song was released in 1986, it was actually recorded two years earlier in 1984.

The images for the picture sleeves and picture disc are taken from the performance they did together on Cliff's Cliff From The Hip Channel 4 special broadcast in December 1986.

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My Pretty One
1987 June 8
My Pretty One Love Ya
7" single -- EMI EM 4 (standard silver label issue)
7" single -- EMI EM 4 (standard black label issue)
7" single -- EMI EMG 4 (gatefold sleeve issue)
My Pretty One (Extended Version) Love Ya
Under The Gun
12" single -- EMI 12EM 4 (standard issue)
12" single -- EMI 12EMP 4 (poster sleeve issue)
My Pretty One
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 3:57
This is the same as on the Always Guaranteed album.


Love Ya
(Cliff Richard)

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


My Pretty One (Extended Version)
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 7:03
This version is edited and remixed from the Always Guarateed album version, giving it a different and extended intro which includes an instrumental version of a full verse and chorus. It also adds a short instrumental bit just before the final chorus and a short backwards drum bit after the final chorus. The ending is extended, with an additional chorus and verse featuring a heavier guitar under the mix as well as an added backwards guitar and drum ending.


Under The Gun
(James A. Rushing & J.D. Martin)

Running Time: 4:13
This is an original B-side. It is an unedited live performance lifted from the 1991 Rock In Australia video release, which is a live performance from November 1984 at the Entertainment Centre in Sydney, Australia.

The 12" poster sleeve features the record in a plain black sleeve, which in turn is surrounded by a tri-fold poster with one side being a Always Guaranteed era photo of Cliff and the other side emulating the standard 12" single cover.

This extended version of My Pretty One has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.

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Some People
1987 August 17
Some People One Time Lover Man
7" single -- EMI EM 18 (standard silver label issue)
7" single -- EMI EM 18 (standard black label issue)
7" single -- EMI EMG 18 (gatefold/poster sleeve issue)
Cliff shaped picture disc single -- EMI EMP 18
Some People (Extended Version) One Time Lover Man
Reunion Of The Heart
12" single -- EMI 12EM 18
Some People (Video)
My Pretty One
Reunion Of The Heart
Under The Gun
Remember Me
CD video -- EMI EMCDV 3
Some People
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 3:51
This is the same as on the Always Guaranteed album.


One Time Lover Man
(Cliff Richard)

Running Time: 3:31
This is an original B-side.


Some People (Extended Version)
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 5:44
This extended version is extended from the Always Guaranteed album version, adding a lengthy instrumental intro, another lengthy instrumental part after the fourth and final chorus (with heavy drum beat effects), and a solo percussion part after the end of the song that slowly fades.


Reunion Of The Heart
(Maldwyn Pope)

Running Time: 4:24
This is an original B-side.


My Pretty One
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 3:57
This is the same as on the Always Guaranteed album.


Remember Me
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 3:52
This is the same as on the Always Guaranteed album.

The special 7" gatefold sleeve is a booklet-like format with six pages of Cliff photos.

The CD video featuring the Some People music video is a unique release and technically Cliff's first CD single release.

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Remember Me
1987 November 2
Remember Me Another Christmas Day
7" single -- EMI EM 31 (silver label standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EM 31 (black label standard issue)
Remember Me (12" Version) Another Christmas Day
Brave New World
12" single -- EMI 12EM 31 (standard issue)
12" single -- EMI 12EMP 31 (poster sleeve issue)
Remember Me
Some People
Another Christmas Day
Remember Me (12" Version)
CD single -- EMI CDEM 31
Remember Me
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 3:52
This is the same as on the Always Guaranteed album.


Another Christmas Day
(Cliff Richard)

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


Remember Me (12" Version)
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 5:48
This extended version is extended from the Always Guaranteed album version, adding a mostly instrumental verse and chorus after the intro and before the fisrt verse. Also the ending fade-out is extended by an additiona 15 seconds.


Brave New World
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 4:19
This is an original B-side.


Some People
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 4:19
This is the same as on the Always Guaranteed album.

The 12" poster sleeve features the record in a plain black sleeve, which in turn is surrounded by a tri-fold poster with one side being an uncropped photo from the image on the front cover and the other side emulating the standard 12" single cover.

This song marks Cliff's first UK CD single release.

Both 12" singles (standard and poster sleeve) contain the 12" remix of Remember Me, although neither is marked as have any sort of special mix other than the standard single/album mix.

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Two Hearts
1988 February 1
Two Hearts Yesterday, Today, Forever
7" single -- EMI EM 42 (standard silver label issue)
7" single -- EMI EM 42 (standard black label issue)
Heart shaped picture disc single -- EMI EMP 42
Two Hearts (Extended Version) Yesterday, Today, Forever
Wild Geese
12" single -- EMI 12EM 42 (standard issue)
12" single -- EMI 12EMG 42 (gatefold sleeve issue)
Two Hearts
Yesterday, Today, Forever
Two Hearts (Extended Version)
Wild Geese
CD single -- EMI CDEM 42
Two Hearts
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 4:09
This is the same as on the Always Guaranteed album.


Yesterday, Today, Forever
(Cliff Richard)

Running Time: 3:37
This is an original B-side.


Two Hearts (Extended Version)
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 5:46
This extended version is extended from the Always Guaranteed album version, extending the intro with additional guitar by almost 40 seconds. In addition, following the forth and final verse, there is an additional instrumental only only verse and chorus, then an additional full chorus and a short instrumental bit before the normal fade-out.


Wild Geese
(Rod Trott & Jon Sweet)

Running Time: 4:36
This is an original B-side.

The picture disc was designed to be used as a Valentine's Day gift, with labels attached to mark the gift giver and recipient.
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Mistletoe And Wine
1988 November 21
Mistletoe And Wine Marmaduke
7" single -- EMI EM 78 (black label standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EM 78 (silver label standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EMP 78 (poster sleeve issue)
Mistletoe And Wine Marmaduke
True Love Ways
7" single -- EMI EMS 78 (black label bonus track issue)
7" single -- EMI EMS 78 (silver label bonus track issue)
Mistletoe And Wine Marmaduke
Little Town
12" single -- EMI 12EM 78 (standard issue)
12" single -- EMI 12EMX 78 (advent calendar issue)
Mistletoe And Wine
Marmaduke
Little Town
La Gonave
CD single -- EMI CDEM 78
Mistletoe And Wine
(Keith Strachan, Leslie Stewart & Jeremy Paul)

Running Time: 3:54
This is edited from the Private Collection version, cutting the first 10 seconds of the keyboard intro.


Marmaduke
(Alan Tarney, Trevor Spencer & Mervyn (first name unknown))

Running Time: 5:29
This is an original B-side.


True Love Ways
(Norman Petty & Buddy Holly)

Running Time: 3:13
This is the same as on the 1983 Dressed For The Occasion album.


Little Town
(Phillips Brooks (original), Chris Eaton (new arrangement))

Running Time: 4:08
This is the same as on the Now You See Me... Now You Don't album.


La Gonave
(Cliff Richard)

Running Time: 3:59
This is the same as on the The Rock Connection album.

The 7" single with poster sleeve featured a poster of Cliff from the Mistletoe And Wine photo sessions and a 1989 calendar at the bottom. The flipside of the poster made up the record's picture sleeve. The actual single was in a black paper sleeve.

For unknown reasons, there was an additional 7" single of Mistletoe And Wine issued with a bonus track of True Love Ways from 1983 on the B-side.

There was a special edition 12" single featuring an advent calendar on the back of the sleeve. There are 24 little paper windows which, when open, reveal little pictures of Cliff from over the years.

The CD single, which was released in a full CD case, features a Christmas card theme. The outside of the booklet simply shows an image of Cliff on the front and it is blank on the back. The front of the CD case uses a sticker to identify the single as being by Cliff Richard and the song Mistletoe And Wine. The inside of the booklet features the message "Happy Christmas" and a space for someone to enter the "To" and "From" names for gift giving. This sticker/booklet arrangement is so that presumably the gift giver can write the appropriate names on the sleeve, then reverse it so that the "Happy Christmas" message and the artist and song information show on the front of the case.

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The Best Of Me
1989 May 30
The Best Of Me Move It
Lindsay Jane
7" single -- EMI EM 92 (white lettering, green label issue)
7" single -- EMI EM 92 (white lettering, silver label issue)
7" single -- EMI EMS 92 (gold lettering, green label issue)
The Best Of Me Move It
Lindsay Jane
High Class Baby
12" single -- EMI 12EM 92 (white lettering issue)
12" single -- EMI 12EMS 92 (gold lettering issue)
The Best Of Me
Move It
Lindsay Jane
High Class Baby
CD single -- EMI CDEM 92 (white lettering issue)
CD single -- EMI CDEMS 92 (gold lettering issue)
The Best Of Me
Move It
Lindsay Jane
The Best Of Me
Move It
Lindsay Jane
Cassette single -- EMI TCEM 92
The Best Of Me
(Jeremy Lubbock, David Foster & Richard Marx)

Running Time: 4:11
This is the same as on the Stronger album.


Move It
(Ian Ralph Samwell)

Running Time: 2:23
This is the same as on the original 1958 single, but with very heavy mock stereo effects added.


Lindsay Jane
(Cliff Richard)

Running Time: 4:44
This is an original B-side.


High Class Baby
(Ian Ralph Samwell)

Running Time: 2:09
This is the same as on the original 1958 single, but with very heavy mock stereo effects added.

At the time, The Best Of Me was marketed as Cliff's 100th UK single release. However, that number is somewhat dubious because it excludes most of Cliff's duet singles as well as singles made for foreign markets and other exceptions. For a detailed analysis of this issue, visit the Cliff's 100th Single page.

The 7" and 12" single releases, although using the same stock numbers, were released with two different covers each, one having the text in white lettering and the other in gold lettering.

The versions of Move It and High Class Baby on these singles are a new mix featuring a very heavy mock stereo effect added to the original mono recordings. These mixes have not appeared anywhere else.

This is Cliff's first commercial release cassette single in the UK.

The poster sleeve uses a special sleeve catalog number (EMP 78), but the actual record issued with it is the standard 7" pressing (EM 78). Similarly, the advent calendar sleeve uses a special catalog number (12EMX 78), but the record issued with it is the standard 12" pressing (12EM 78).

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I Just Don't Have The Heart
1989 August 14
I Just Don't Have The Heart Wide Open Space
7" single -- EMI EM 101 (standard silver label issue)
7" single -- EMI EM 101 (standard white label issue)
I Just Don't Have The Heart (Remix) Wide Open Space
I Just Don't Have The Heart (Instrumental)
12" single -- EMI 12EM 101 (standard issue)
12" single -- EMI 12EMP 101 (poster sleeve issue)
12" single -- EMI 12EM 101 (promo issue #1)
12" single -- EMI 12EM 101 (promo issue #2)
I Just Don't Have The Heart (Alternate X Remix) Wide Open Space
I Just Don't Have The Heart (Instrumental)
12" single -- EMI 12EMX 101 (alternate issue)
I Just Don't Have The Heart (Remix)
Wide Open Space
I Just Don't Have The Heart (Instrumental)
CD single -- EMI CDEM 101
I Just Don't Have The Heart
Wide Open Space
I Just Don't Have The Heart
Wide Open Space
Cassette single -- EMI TCEM 101
I Just Don't Have The Heart
(Mike Stock, Matt Aitken & Pete Waterman)

Running Time: 3:27
This is the same as on the Stronger album.


Wide Open Space
(Judith Walmsley & Martin Abbot)

Running Time: 4:38
This is an original B-side.


I Just Don't Have The Heart (Remix)
(Mike Stock, Matt Aitken & Pete Waterman)

Running Time: 5:47
This extended version is extended from the Stronger album version, with several modified bits. These include a different and greatly extended intro (cutting the opening lines), a change to the end of the second chorus, a lengthy instrumental part following the vocal bridge, a drum and vocal fifth chorus, and a drum and vocal part that ends the song with the drum fading.


I Just Don't Have The Heart (Instrumental)
(Mike Stock, Matt Aitken & Pete Waterman)

Running Time: 4:00
This instrumental version is created from the Stronger album version, although it is not a straight instrumental. It is slightly extended and an added keyboard runs throughout. There is only a small backing vocal part with Cliff included.


I Just Don't Have The Heart (Alternate X Remix)
(Mike Stock, Matt Aitken & Pete Waterman)

Running Time: 6:17
This extended version is extended from the Stronger album version, with several modified bits. Most notable is an additional keyboard and percussion throughout. In addition, changes include a different and greatly extended intro (cutting the opening lines) using additional drums and an organ-like keyboard, a change to the end of the second chorus, a cut to the second half of the vocal bridge, an additional chorus, long instrumental part and a repeat of the first verse following the third chorus, an additional instrumental part following the fourth chorus, and a completely cut fifth chorus with the song instead ending on a fading drum beat.

I Just Don't Have The Heart press kitThe original title of this song was supposed to be Just Don't Have The Heart (without the "I") as it is listed on the original Stronger album. However, the single was issued as I Just Don't Have The Heart instead. This title variation has appeared on many compilations and reissues since.

Although not marked as the remix version, the first 12" single (12EM 101), the poster sleeve 12" single, and CD single all contain the original 12" remix by Stock Aitken & Waterman. In addition, there is another different remix by Dave Ford on an alternate 12" (12EMX 101) that is quite rare.

The 12" poster sleeve features the record in a plain black sleeve, which in turn is surrounded by a tri-fold poster with the front side featuring an image from the The Event concert of Cliff performing the song. The backside of the poster shows an image of the song's producers, Mike Stock, Matt Aitken & Pete Waterman, who were quite famous at the time.

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Lean On You
1989 October 2
Lean On You Hey Mister
7" single -- EMI EM 105 (standard silver label issue)
7" single -- EMI EM 105 (standard black label issue)
Cliff shaped picture disc single -- EMI EMPD 105
Lean On You (Radio Edit) Hey Mister
7" single -- EMI EMDJ 105 (promo issue)
Lean On You (Extended Mix) Lean On You
Hey Mister
12" single -- EMI 12EM 105
Lean On You (Extended Mix)
Lean On You
Hey Mister
CD single -- EMI CDEM 105
Lean On You
Hey Mister
Lean On You
Hey Mister
Cassette single -- EMI TCEM 105
Lean On You
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 5:01
This is the same as on the Stronger album.


Hey Mister
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 3:54
This is an original B-side.


Lean On You (Extended Mix)
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 8:16
This extended version is extended from the Stronger album version, greatly extending the intro with additional instrumentation. In addition, the vocal bridge part is extended with Cliff's lines broken up by instrumental parts; and the repeated fade is extended with an additional guitar solo and a heavy drum effect.


Lean On You (Radio Edit)
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 3:45
This version is edited from the Stronger album version, cutting a short instrumental part of the intro and everything from the second half of the second chorus to the third chorus (including the instrumental and vocal bridges), thus merging these two choruses into one.

The picture disc for this single uses some distinctive packaging. The picture disc itself has a playing surface of a typical 7" single, but the plastic is extended along the edges to show the rest of Cliff's head and shoulders. There is a single sheet 11" x 11" cardboard insert with the picture disc, showing that this is a "limited edition picture disc" on the front and the song credits on the back side. Both the picture disc and the insert are then placed inside a 12" x 12" clear plastic sleeve.
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Whenever God Shines His Light
with Van Morrison
1989 November 27
Whenever God Shines His Light (7" Version) I'd Love To Write Another Song
7" single -- Polydor VANS 2 (standard issue)
7" single -- Polydor VANS 2 (promo issue)
Whenever God Shines His Light (Album Version) Cry For Home
I'd Love To Write Another Song
12" single -- Polydor VANX 2
Whenever God Shines His Light (7" Version)
I'd Love To Write Another Song
Cry For Home

Whenever God Shines His Light (Album Version)
CD single -- Polydor VANSCD 2
Whenever God Shines His Light (7" Version) I'd Love To Write Another Song
Cassette single -- Polydor VANCS 2
Whenever God Shines His Light (7" Version)
(Van Morrison)

Running Time: 4:19
This is edited from the Avalon Sunset version, fading a full 35 seconds earlier.


I'd Love To Write Another Song
(Van Morrison)

Running Time: Unknown
This song has no Cliff Richard involvement.


Whenever God Shines His Light (Album Version)
(Van Morrison)

Running Time: 4:54
This is the same as on the Avalon Sunset album.


Cry For Home
(Van Morrison)

Running Time: Unknown
This song has no Cliff Richard involvement.

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Stronger Than That
1990 February 12
Stronger Than That Joanna
7" single -- EMI EM 129 (standard silver label issue)
7" single -- EMI EM 129 (standard black label issue)
7" single -- EMI EMS 129 (postcard pack issue)
Stronger Than That (Radio Edit) Joanna
7" single -- EMI EMDJ 129 (promo issue)
Stronger Than That (Extended Version) Joanna
Stronger Than That
12" single -- EMI 12EM 129 (standard issue)
12" single -- EMI 12EMP 129 (signed print issue)
Stronger Than That (Extended Version)
Joanna
Stronger Than That
CD single -- EMI CDEM 129
Stronger Than That
Joanna
Stronger Than That
Joanna
Cassette single -- EMI TCEM 129
Stronger Than That
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 4:35
This is remixed from the Stronger version, adding a whole new and unique horn section.


Joanna
(Chris Eaton)

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


Stronger Than That (Extended Version)
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 7:45
This extended version is extended from the Stronger album version, with additional percussion, keyboards and backing vocal bits throughout. In addition the intro is different and extended and the middle vocal/guitar bridge is slightly different. Quite significantly, the ending is extended approximately two full minutes with additional instrumentation, choruses and studio trickery that speeds up and slows downs Cliff's vocals, ending with a repeated drum beat.


Stronger Than That (Radio Edit)
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 3:58
This version, only available on the 7" single promo, is the same as the regular single version (with added horns), but with several edits. The edits include cuts in a short instrumental part of the intro, a bit of the instrumentation after the first chorus, the entire third chorus, and it fades early.

Before the Stronger album was released, fans were brought together to hear several songs and pick their favorite for Cliff's 100th single release. Stronger Than That was the top choice, but curiously the fans were ignored and The Best Of Me was issued as the 100th single instead. The fan favorite was released as the fourth and final single from the Stronger album, giving the impression that Cliff, his management and/or EMI didn't really believe it was a strong single.

The postcard pack issued 7" single came with three bonus postcards showing images of Cliff from various Stronger photo sessions.

There was a special 12" single release with a signed print of Cliff. The print itself was not actually signed, rather the print was a duplication of Cliff's signature.

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Silhouettes
1990 August 13
Silhouettes The Winner
7" single -- EMI EM 152 (standard black label issue)
7" single -- EMI EM 152 (standard silver label issue)
7" single -- EMI EMS 152 (picture pack frame issue)
7" single -- EMI EM 152 (juke box issue)
7" single -- EMI EM 152 (promo issue)
Silhouettes The Winner
All The Time You Need
12" single -- EMI 12EM 152
Silhouettes
The Winner
All The Time You Need
CD single -- EMI CDEM 152
Silhouettes The Winner
Cassette single -- EMI TCEM 152
Silhouettes
(Frank C. Slay Jr. & Bob Crewe)

Running Time: 2:56
This is the same as on the From A Distance ***** The Event album.


The Winner
(Cliff Richard & Dave Cooke)

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


All The Time You Need
(Chris Eaton)

Running Time: 6:03
This is the same as on the From A Distance ***** The Event album.

The picture pack frame packaging came with a "frame" featuring a die cut square, the standard 7" single, and a picture of Cliff from The Event concert. The idea was that one could take the picture of Cliff and insert it in front of the single in the sleeve, thus one would have a framed picture of Cliff and the Silhouettes single.
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From A Distance
1990 October 1
From A Distance Lindsay Jane II
7" single -- EMI EM 155
From A Distance I Could Easily Fall (In Love With You) (Live)
7" picture disc single -- EMI EMPD 155
From A Distance Lindsay Jane II
Wired For Sound (Live)
12" single -- EMI 12EMP 155 (poster sleeve issue)
From A Distance
Lindsay Jane II
Wired For Sound (Live)
CD single -- EMI CDEM 155
From A Distance Lindsay Jane II
Cassette single -- EMI TCEM 155
From A Distance
(Julie Gold)

Running Time: 4:45
This is edited from the From A Distance ***** The Event version, cutting the audience cheering noises from the beginning and with a different ending that continues the repeated chorus to fade rather than the abrupt keyboard only ending heard on the album.


Lindsay Jane II
(Cliff Richard)

Running Time: 3:58
This is an original B-side.


I Could Easily Fall (In Love With You) (Live)
(Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch, Brian Bennett & John Rostill)

Running Time: 3:23
This is an original B-side, having been left off of the From A Distance ***** The Event concert album.


Wired For Sound (Live)
(B.A. Robertson & Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 4:16
This is an original B-side, having been left off of the From A Distance ***** The Event concert album.

The 12" poster sleeve features the record in a plain black sleeve, which in turn is surrounded by a tri-fold poster with both sides featuring images from the The Event concert.
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Saviour's Day
1990 November 26
Saviour's Day Oh Boy Medley
7" single -- EMI XMAS 90 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI XMASP 90 (decade pack issue)
Saviour's Day Mistletoe And Wine
7" single -- EMI XMADJ 90 (promo issue)
Saviour's Day Oh Boy Medley
Where You Are
12" single -- EMI 12XMAS 90
Saviour's Day
Oh Boy Medley
Where You Are
CD single -- EMI CDXMAS 90
Saviour's Day
Oh Boy Medley
Saviour's Day
Oh Boy Medley
Cassette single -- EMI TC XMAS 90
Saviour's Day
(Chris Eaton)

Running Time: 4:55
This is slightly remixed from the From A Distance ***** The Event album version, cutting the keyboard and drum intro.


Oh Boy Medley
(variable songwriters)

Running Time: 8:46
This medley is lifted unedited from the From A Distance ***** The Event album and includes the songs (in order of appearance) Oh Boy (Norman Petty, Sonny West & Bill Tilghman) with primary lead vocals by Cliff Richard, The Kalin Twins, The Dallas Boys and The Vernon Girls; Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On (Dave Curlee Williams & Sunny David) with primary lead vocals by The Vernon Girls, The Dallas Boys and Cliff Richard; Bird Dog (Boudleaux Bryant) with primary lead vocals by The Kalin Twins and Cliff Richard; Let's Have A Party (Jessie Mae Robinson) with primary lead vocals by Cliff Richard and The Dallas Boys; It's My Party (Herb Weiner, John Gluck & Wally Gold) with primary lead vocals by The Vernon Girls; and C'Mon Everybody (Jerry Capehart & Eddie Cochrane) with primary lead vocals by Cliff Richard. The Medley end with another small repeat of Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On with vocals by all artists.


Where You Are
(Dave Cooke & Cliff Richard)

Running Time: 4:41
This is an original B-side.


Mistletoe And Wine
(Keith Strachan, Leslie Stewart & Jeremy Paul)

Running Time: 3:54
This is edited from the Private Collection version, cutting the first 10 seconds of the keyboard intro.

Due to the unusual length of the playing time of the B-side, it must be played at 33 1/3 RPMs, rather than the standard 45 RPMs for a 7" single.

The 7" decade pack features a special fold out packaging that holds the standard 7" single with picture sleeve, as well as five 7x7 postcards celebrating each decade of Cliff's career. However, there was an error on the postcards in that the 1980s decade postcard features a 1978 Green Light era photo of Cliff, rather than a proper 1980s photo.

The song Where You Are was misprinted as Where Are You on the 12" and CD singles.

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More To Life
1991 September 2
More To Life Mo's Theme (Instrumental)
7" single -- EMI EM 205
More To Life
Mo's Theme (Instrumental)
CD single -- EMI CD EM 205
More To Life
Mo's Theme (Instrumental)
More To Life
Mo's Theme (Instrumental)
Cassette single -- EMI TCEM 205
More To Life
(Simon May & Mike Read)

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


Mo's Theme (Instrumental)
(Simon May & Mike Read)

Running Time: 3:01
Cliff Richard has no involvement with this song.

More To Life was the theme song for Trainer, a TV show on BBC.

There is no artist listed for the B-side, Mo's Theme, and exactly who performed the song remains a mystery.

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We Should Be Together
1991 November 25
We Should Be Together Miss You Nights (Live Version)
7" single -- EMI XMASG 91 (with souvenir pack)
7" single -- EMI XMASG 91 (juke box issue)
We Should Be Together
Miss You Nights (Live Version)
Mistletoe And Wine
CD single -- EMI CDXMAS 91
We Should Be Together Miss You Nights (Live Version)
We Should Be Together
Miss You Nights (Live Version)
We Should Be Together
Miss You Nights (Live Version)
Cassette single -- EMI TCXMAS 91
We Should Be Together
(Bruce Roberts)

Running Time: 4:25
This is the same as on the Together With Cliff Richard album.


Miss You Nights (Live Version)
(Dave Townsend)

Running Time: 4:17
This is an original B-side. It is an unedited live performance lifted from the 1991 Rock In Australia video release, which is a live performance from November 1984 at the Entertainment Centre in Sydney, Australia.


Mistletoe And Wine
(Keith Strachan, Leslie Stewart & Jeremy Paul)

Running Time: 4:05
This is the same as on the full version found on the Private Collection album.

Released at the same time as the We Should Be Together singles was the vinyl Christmas E.P. EP. Although it is declared to be an EP and it has four songs like an EP (We Should Be Together, Mistletoe And Wine, The Twelve Days Of Christmas and The Holly And The Ivy) it seems to have gotten what would have been the standard 7" single release catalog number (EMI XMAS 91). This EP was intended to complete the 7" single souvenir pack, with a special slot in the packaging for the EP and a die cut square in the packaging to let the artwork of the EP show through. In some respects, this EP is treated like an EP, but in others its like a specialty single. Because of how it was marketed as an EP, for the purposes of this webpage, it is considered an EP.
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This New Year
1991 December 30
This New Year (Edit)
Scarlet Ribbons
This side has no groove
7" single -- EMI EMS 218 (with etched message)
This New Year Scarlet Ribbons
We Don't Talk Anymore (Remix 1991)
12" single -- EMI 12EMP 218
This New Year
I Love You (Live)
Scarlet Ribbons (12" Remix)
We Don't Talk Anymore (Remix 1991)
CD single -- EMI CDEM 218
This New Year (Edit)
Scarlet Ribbons
This New Year (Edit)
Scarlet Ribbons
Cassette single -- EMI TCEM 218
This New Year (Edit)
(Chris Eaton)

Running Time: 3:48
This is edited from the Together With Cliff Richard album version, cutting everything from the second verse to the similar part ("we're gonna make it work for a lifetime") in the repeated chorus ending. It also fades a little earlier on the in keyboard and flute ending, cutting about half of it.


Scarlet Ribbons
(Evelyn Danzig & Jack Segal)

Running Time: 3:46
This is the same as on the Together With Cliff Richard album.


We Don't Talk Anymore (Remix 1991)
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 5:23
This is an original B-side, but it is an edit taken from the PWL remix that was released in 1990 in Germany only. It mixes part of the 7" PWL remix and the 12" PWL remix, starting with the same instrumentation and vocal looping effects from the 12" remix, but cuts a lot of it before starting with the first verse and pretty much all of the 7" remix. However, the ending does not end with the keyboard, drums and audience cheering from the 7" mix, but instead goes back to the vocal bouncing effects from the 12" remix and ends with that part instead.


This New Year
(Chris Eaton)

Running Time: 5:14
This is the same as on the Together With Cliff Richard album.


I Love You (Live)
(Bruce Welch)

Running Time: 2;27
This is an original B-side. It is a live, acoustic performance lifted from the Together With Cliff Richard video performance recorded in Pebble Mill studios on September 7, 1991.


Scarlet Ribbons (12" Remix)
(Evelyn Danzig & Jack Segal)

Running Time: 6:16
This song is remixed from the Together With Cliff Richard album version, with added percussion and electric piano throughout the song. It greatly extends the song's intro with dance percussion and select repeated samples of Cliff's vocals. The ending is also very different, with more dance percussion and repeated vocal samples that fade and end the song. This is the same mix that appeared on the Dutch issued 12" Scarlet Ribbons single. This song was not issued as a single in the UK.

The 7" single was issued as a special edition only. The A-side contained both This New Year and Scarlet Ribbons with the song This New Year slightly edited to allow both songs to easily fit on one side. The B-side had no playing groove, but instead had the message "HAVE A GREAT NEW YEAR - SEE YOU IN IT ....CLIFF" etched into the vinyl.

Both the We Don't Talk Anymore and Scarlet Ribbons remixes were lifted from foreign release singles. We Don't Talk Anymore is a special edit of the 1990 PWL remix issued only in Germany (thus it is a new 1991 remix of the 1990 remix) whereas the Scarlet Ribbons remix is lifted straight and unedited from a Scarlet Ribbons 12" single issued only in Holland.

The 12" single featured a bonus poster insert in the picture sleeve (it was not a poster cover), but there was no standard, non-poster cover release for a This New Year 12" release. The poster includes images of Cliff and a 1992 poster to help celebrate "this new year."

The single edit version of This New Year has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.

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I Still Believe In You
1992 November 30
I Still Believe In You Bulange Downpour
7" single -- EMI EM 255 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EM 255 (juke box issue)
I Still Believe In You
Bulange Downpour
There's No Power In Pity
CD single -- EMI CDEMS 255 (CD1 of 2)
I Still Believe In You
Remember (When Two World Drift Apart)
Ocean Deep
CD single -- EMI CDEM 255 (CD2 of 2)
I Still Believe In You
Bulange Downpour
I Still Believe In You
Bulange Downpour
Cassette single -- EMI TCEM 255
I Still Believe In You
(David Pomeranz & Dean Pitchford)

Running Time: 3:43
This is the same as on the Cliff Richard The Album album.


Bulange Downpour
(Cliff Richard)

Running Time: 3:14
This is an original B-side.


There's No Power In Pity
(Cliff Richard)

Running Time: 3:30
This is an original B-side.


Remember (When Two World Drift Apart)
(Peter Sills & Barbelivien (first name unknown))

Running Time: 4:16
This is a French language version of When Two Worlds Drift Apart from the Every Face Tells A Story album. It uses the original 1977 backing track, but adds new acoustic guitar and keyboards as well as replacing the vocal track with the French language track. This song first appeared on the 1992 French only collection, My Kinda Life as well as a French single.


Ocean Deep
(Rod Trott & Jon Sweet)

Running Time: 5:18
This is the same as on the original Silver album.

This single marks the first Cliff Richard release of a double single-- a trend that came and went in the early 1990s. The idea was to release the first single (labeled as CD1) on the release date, with this single containing space to hold both CDs. A week later, the second CD would be released (labeled as CD2) and they purchaser could put the second CD within the CD1 packaging and complete the double single. Typically both CDs would have the title song, sometimes in different versions, as well as a unique set of additional tracks. This was done, presumably, to increase sales and improve chart placement.

The single lists the song as coming from the forthcoming album, Access All Areas, however the album title was changed to Cliff Richard The Album nearly five months later.

The song There's No Power In Pity is sometimes entitled No Power In Pity on subsequent releases.

I Still Believe In You is also beautifully engineered by the excellent sound engineer Mike Ross-Trevor. :)

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Peace In Our Time
1993 March 15
Peace In Our Time (Album Version) Somebody Loves You
7" single -- EMI EM 265 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EM 265 (juke box issue)
Peace In Our Time (Extended Mix)
Somebody Loves You
That's All Right (Recorded Live at Wembley)
CD single -- EMI CDEMS 265 (CD1 of 2)
Peace In Our Time (7" Remix)
Peace In Our Time (Gospel Mix)
Living Doll (Recorded Live at Wembley)
Peace In Our Time (Instrumental)
CD single -- EMI CDEM 265 (CD2 of 2)
Peace In Our Time (Cliff's TV Edit)
CD single -- EMI CDEMDJ 265 (promo issue)
Peace In Our Time (Album Version)
Somebody Loves You
Peace In Our Time (Album Version)
Somebody Loves You
Cassette single -- EMI TCEM 265
Peace In Our Time (Album Version)
(Peter Sinfield & Andy Hill)

Running Time: 5:46
This is the same as on the Cliff Richard The Album album.


Somebody Loves You
(Wilson (first name unknown))

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


Peace In Our Time (Extended Mix)
(Peter Sinfield & Andy Hill)

Running Time: 8:14
This version is remixed from the Cliff Richard The Album version with additional dance percussion, keyboards and synthesized strings. It is greatly extended with a different intro that includes an acapella version of the chorus and an almost two and a half minute percussion and keyboard section that samples Cliff's vocals from the song's choruses. It also cuts the vocal bridge from near the end of the song; the fourth chorus uses stripped down instrumentation; and the fifth chorus is mostly instrumental only.


That's All Right (Recorded Live at Wembley)
(Arthur Crudup)

Running Time: 2:59
This is an original B-side. It is a live performance lifted from a November 1992 tour performance on the Access All Areas tour.


Peace In Our Time (7" Remix)
(Peter Sinfield & Andy Hill)

Running Time: 5:08
This is remixed from the Cliff Richard The Album version, with the most notable change being the addition of a full orchestra section. In addition, there are several edits including cuts from the intro and first verse, the vocal bridge between the third and fourth choruses, and it fades early, cutting the second half of the fifth chorus.


Peace In Our Time (Gospel Mix)
(Peter Sinfield & Andy Hill)

Running Time: 5:52
This is remixed from the Cliff Richard The Album version, with the most notable change being that it cuts the drums and guitar from the entire song. In addition, there are several edits including a repeat of the third chorus between the vocal bridge and the fourth chorus and an early fade that cuts half of the fifth chorus. Since there is no guitar on the track, there is a new keyboard section over the place of the guitar bridge.


Living Doll (Recorded Live at Wembley)
(Lionel Bart)

Running Time: 2:14
This is an original B-side. It is a live performance lifted from a November 1992 tour performance on the Access All Areas tour.


Peace In Our Time (Instrumental)
(Peter Sinfield & Andy Hill)

Running Time: 6:05
This is remixed from the Cliff Richard The Album version, naturally cutting all vocal parts, including all choir backing vocals. It is not a straight backing track only version, but instead is a new mix with new drums and percussion added.


Peace In Our Time (Cliff's TV Edit)
(Peter Sinfield & Andy Hill)

Running Time: 6:05
This version, only available on a promo CD single called Peace In Our Time (Cliff's TV Edit) (EMI CDEMDJ 265) is the full album version but cuts out a full 1:36 from the last half of the song.

There is an oddity in this release in that the 7" vinyl single includes the full album version of the song, while CD2 of the CD single set contains the 7" Remix.

The song That's All Right, a cover of the Elvis Presley song written by Arthur Crudup, is mistitled as That's Alright Mama. This is understandable as the song is popularly known by this title anyway.

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Human Work Of Art
1993 June 1
Human Work Of Art (7" Version) Ragged
7" single -- EMI EM 267
Human Work Of Art
Move It ('92 Acoustic Version - Live, at Wembley)
Never Even Thought
CD single -- EMI CDEMS 267 (CD1 of 2)
Human Work Of Art (7" Version)
Devil Woman
Ragged
Free (Recorded Live at Wembley)
CD single -- EMI CDEM 267 (CD2 of 2)
Human Work Of Art (7" Version) Ragged
Cassette single -- EMI TCEM 267
Human Work Of Art (7" Version)
CD single -- EMI CDEMDJ 267 (promo issue)
Human Work Of Art (7" Version)
(Mick Leeson & Peter Vale)

Running Time: 4:15
This is edited from the Cliff Richard The Album version, fading earlier, beginning at the second half of the fourth chorus and ending halfway through the fifth chorus. What makes it quite fascinating is that the half heard fifth chorus is a different take than the album version, containing slightly different vocals and full instrumentation.


Ragged
(Rod Trott & Colin Elswood)

Running Time: 3:39
This is an original B-side.


Human Work Of Art
(Mick Leeson & Peter Vale)

Running Time: 4:38
This is the same as on the Cliff Richard The Album album.


Move It ('92 Acoustic Version - Live, at Wembley)
(Ian Ralph Samwell)

Running Time: 3:41
This is an original B-side. It is a live performance lifted from a November 1992 tour performance on the Access All Areas tour.


Never Even Thought
(Murray Head)

Running Time: 4:01
This is remixed from the 1978 Green Light version, using the vocals and basic backing track, but it adds new guitars over the existing backing track and the fades 15 seconds later. This remix version first appeared on a 1992 French only release called My Kinda Life.


Devil Woman
(Terry Britten & Christine Holmes)

Running Time: 3:50
This is remixed from the 1976 I'm Nearly Famous version, using the vocals and basic backing track, but much of the keyboard, guitars and percussion are replaced, giving it a funkier and more rock sound. It fades about 15 seconds earlier than its 1978 take, but over the repeated chorus ending, there are several vocal lines added by Cliff that are not present on the original version. This remix version first appeared on a 1992 French only release called My Kinda Life.


Free (Recorded Live at Wembley)
(Judy MacKenzie (aka Judith Dunn))

Running Time: 4:45
This is an original B-side. It is a live performance lifted from a November 1992 tour performance on the Access All Areas tour.

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Never Let Go
1993 September 20
Never Let Go Congratulations
7" single -- EMI EMP 281 (poster bag issue)
Never Let Go
Congratulations
The Young Ones
You've Got Me Wondering
CD single -- EMI CDEM 281 (standard issue)
CD single -- EMI CDEMS 281 (boxed set issue)
Never Let Go
Congratulations
Never Let Go
Congratulations
Cassette single -- EMI TCEM 281
Never Let Go
CD single -- EMI CDEMDJ 281 (promo issue)
Never Let Go
(Wilson & Gorrie (first names unknown))

Running Time: 4:08
This is the same as on the Cliff Richard The Album album.


Congratulations
(Bill Martin & Phil Coulter)

Running Time: 2:31
This is the same as on the original 1968 Congratulations single.


The Young Ones
(Sid Tepper & Roy C. Bennett)

Running Time: 3:11
This is the same as on the original 1962 The Young Ones single.


You've Got Me Wondering
(Terry Britten)

Running Time: 3:35
This is remixed from the 1976 I'm Nearly Famous version, using the vocals and basic backing track, but there are additional keyboards and percussion added and it fades about five seconds earlier. Curiously, the vocal mix was edited a bit because in a few places, some lines have been moved a beat or two earlier or later, most notably at the beginning of the second chorus. This remix version first appeared on a 1992 French only release called My Kinda Life.

The 7" picture sleeve was only issued in what they called a "poster bag" which is actually a standard poster sleeve. The images on the sleeve were taken from the photo shoots for Cliff Richard - The Album. There was no standard 7" single with picture sleeve issued.

The boxed set edition of this single came with three 5" by 5" prints of Cliff as bonus material.

This release of You Got Me Wondering has slightly retitled the song as You've Got Me Wondering.

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Healing Love
1993 December 6
Healing Love (7" Harding & Curnow Mix) Yesterday's Memories
Carrie
7" single -- EMI EM 294
Healing Love
Carrie
Daddy's Home
Some People
CD single -- EMI CDEM 294 (standard issue)
Healing Love
Healing Love (12" Harding & Curnow Remix)
Yesterday's Memories
Some People
CD single -- EMI CDMS 294 (boxed set issue)
Healing Love (7" Harding & Curnow Mix)
Yesterday's Memories
Carrie
Healing Love (7" Harding & Curnow Mix)
Yesterday's Memories
Carrie
Cassette single -- EMI TCEM 294
Healing Love (7" Harding & Curnow Mix)
CD single -- EMI CDEMDJ 294 (promo issue)
Healing Love (7" Harding & Curnow Mix)
(Nik Kershaw & Denis Morgan)

Running Time: Unknown
This version of this song is not currently available for review.


Yesterday's Memories
(Cliff Richard & Dave Cooke)

Running Time: 4:33
This is an original B-side.


Carrie
(Terry Britten & B.A. Robertson)

Running Time: 3:54
This is remixed from the 1979 Rock 'n' Roll Juvenile version, using a completely new vocal take and additional guitars. The fade out is also extended by about ten seconds. This remix version first appeared on a 1992 French only release called My Kinda Life.


Healing Love
(Nik Kershaw & Denis Morgan)

Running Time: 5:01
This is the same as on the Cliff Richard The Album album.


Daddy's Home
(James Sheppard & William Miller)

Running Time: 3:03
This is the same as on the original Wired For Sound album.


Some People
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 3:51
This is the same as on the Always Guaranteed album.


Healing Love (12" Harding & Curnow Remix)
(Nik Kershaw & Denis Morgan)

Running Time: 7:28
This version is remixed from the Cliff Richard The Album version with nearly a completely new backing track, including additional percussion and guitar, and new and different keyboards. The intro is greatly extended with electric piano and organ synthesizers. And the repeated ending is greatly extended with additional guitars.

The 7" Harding & Curnow Remix version of Healing Love has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.
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All I Have To Do Is Dream / Miss You Nights
with Phil Everly
1994 December 5
All I Have To Do Is Dream Miss You Nights
7" single -- EMI EM 359 (standard issue)
7" single -- EMI EM 359 (juke box issue)
All I Have To Do Is Dream
Miss You Nights
When Will I Be Loved
with Phil Everly
Tribute To The Legends (Medley)
with Phil Everly
Gee Whizz It's You
CD single -- EMI CDEMS 359 (CD1 of 2)
All I Have To Do Is Dream
Miss You Nights
True Love Ways
Party Megamix
CD single -- EMI CDEM 359 (CD2 of 2)
All I Have To Do Is Dream
Miss You Nights
All I Have To Do Is Dream
Miss You Nights
Cassette single -- EMI TCEM 359
All I Have To Do Is Dream
Miss You Nights
Party Megamix
12" single -- EMI 12 EMDJ 359 (promo issue)
All I Have To Do Is Dream
CD single -- EMI CDEMDJ 359 (promo issue #1)
CD single -- EMI CDEMDJ 359 (promo issue #2)
Miss You Nights
CD single -- EMI CDEMDJX 359 (promo issue)
All I Have To Do Is Dream
(Felice Bryant & Boudleaux Bryant)

Running Time: 2:52
This is an original A-side. It is a live performance lifted from the May 1, 1981 concert at the Hammersmith Odeon, that also produced the hit song Daddy's Home.


Miss You Nights
(Dave Townsend)

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


When Will I Be Loved
(Phil Everly)

Running Time: 2:33
This is an original B-side. It is a live performance lifted from the May 1, 1981 concert at the Hammersmith Odeon.


Tribute To The Legends (Medley)
(various songwriters)

Running Time: 5:49
This is an original B-side. It is a live performance lifted from the May 1, 1981 concert at the Hammersmith Odeon. It is a medley of the songs (in order of performance) Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins), Great Balls Of Fire (Jack Hammer & Otis Blackwell), Lucille (Albert Collins & Richard Penniman), Long Tall Sally (Enotris Johnson, Richard Penniman & Robert Blackwell), Rip It Up (Robert Blackwell & John Marascalco) and Gee Whizz It's You (Hank Marvin & Ian Samwell).


Gee Whizz It's You
(Hank Marvin & Ian Samwell)

Running Time: 2:13
This is an original B-side. It is a live performance lifted from the May 1, 1981 concert at the Hammersmith Odeon.


True Love Ways
(Norman Petty & Buddy Holly)

Running Time: 3:13
This is the same as on the original Dressed For The Occasion album.


Party Megamix
(various songwriters)

Running Time: 4:04
This is an original B-side. It is a remix of various 1960s songs by Cliff, including the songs Do You Wanna Dance (Bobby Freeman), Congratulations (Bill Martin & Phil Coulter), Power To All Our Friends (Guy Fletcher & Doug Flett), In The Country (Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch, John Rostill & Brian Bennett), Move It (Ian Ralph Samwell), On The Beach (Bruce Welch, Hank Marvin & Cliff Richard), Gee Whizz It's You (Hank Marvin & Ian Ralph Samwell) and I Could Easily Fall (In Love With You) (Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch, Brian Bennett & John Rostill). It was remixed by Steve Moore and created to celebrate and promote the release of The Hit List compilation.

This is a strange release in that it is a double A-side with All I Have To Do Is Dream taken from a concert over ten years prior and Miss You Nights taken from the original 1976 single. Clearly Miss You Nights was released in part to promote the The Hit List compilation, which celebrates Cliff's 35th years in show business. Perhaps the decision to release All I Have To Do Is Dream was because it was a song from way back in the early days of Cliff's career and it was a duet with Phil Everly who was also popular during this period.

There were three different promo CD singles released: one for Miss You Nights alone, one for All I Have To Do Is Dream credited to Cliff and Phil, and another of All I Have To Do Is Dream credited to Cliff only.

The fourth track on CD1 is a bit peculiar. It is two different live performances from the May 1, 1981 live performace at Hammersmith Odeon, but it is labeled and tracked on the CD as a single performance. It is the Tribute To The Legends medley, which Cliff introduces Phil Everly in the performance during the start of Lucille in the medley, then the medley ends and Cliff thanks Phil, then the track immediately goes into the Gee Whizz It's You performance.

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Misunderstood Man
1995 October 9
Misunderstood Man (Edit) Misunderstood Man (Instrumental)
7" single -- EMI EM 394
Misunderstood Man (Edit)
Misunderstood Man (Instrumental)
Misunderstood Man
CD single -- EMI CDEM 394 (standard issue)
Misunderstood Man (Edit)
Misunderstood Man (Instrumental)
Misunderstood Man (Edit)
Misunderstood Man (Instrumental)
Cassette single -- EMI TCEM 394
Misunderstood Man (Edit)
CD single -- EMI CDEMDJ 394 (promo issue)
Misunderstood Man (Edit)
(Tim Rice (lyrics) & John Farrar (music))

Running Time: 4:32
This is edited from the Songs From Heathcliff version, cutting part of the keyboard intro before the drums begin and most of the piano on the intro before the singing begins. It also cuts the whole second half of the instrumental bridge and the last few beats before the song's finale part.


Misunderstood Man (Instrumental)
(John Farrar)

Running Time: 5:09
This is a straight instrumental version of the full Songs From Heathcliff version, except a guitar plays for all the lead vocal parts.


Misunderstood Man
(Tim Rice (lyrics) & John Farrar (music))

Running Time: 5:09
This is the same as on the Songs From Heathcliff album.

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Had To Be
with Olivia Newton-John
1995 November 27
Had To Be (Album Version)
Had To Be (Live)
Interview With John Cavanagh (BBC Radio Scotland)
CD single -- EMI CDEMS 410 (CD1 of 2)
Had To Be (Album Version)
Had To Be (Instrumental)
Don't Move Away

with Olivia Newton-John
CD single -- EMI CDEM 410 (CD2 of 2)
Had To Be
with Olivia Newton-John
CD single -- EMI CDEMDJ 410 (promo issue #1)
CD single -- EMI CDEMDJ 410 (promo issue #2)
Had To Be
Had To Be (Instrumental)
Had To Be
Had To Be (Instrumental)
Cassette single -- EMI TCEM 410
Had To Be (Album Version)
(Tim Rice (lyrics) & John Farrar (music))

Running Time: 4:13
This is the same as on the Songs From Heathcliff album.


Had To Be (Live)
(Tim Rice (lyrics) & John Farrar (music))

Running Time: 4:29
This is a live performance at the Sheffield Arena onn December 15 1994 as part of the The Hit List Live, where Cliff previewed and possibly debuted several of the Heathcliff songs, including Misunderstood Man and Sleep Of The Good. It is unique in that it is a solo version of the song (although there a few moments where the backing vocalists come through quite strongly).


Interview With John Cavanagh (BBC Radio Scotland)
(N/A)

Running Time: 6:33
This is an original B-side. It is a Cliff Richard interview from BBC Radio Scotland broadcast on September 18, 1995 on a program called Jump The Q. In it, Cliff is talking about why and how he is doing the Heathcliff play.


Had To Be (Instrumental)
(John Farrar)

Running Time: 4:11
This is a straight instrumental version of the full Songs From Heathcliff version, except guitars replace all the vocal parts.


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

Running Time: 3:01
This is the same as on the original 1971 Sunny Honey Girl single.

CD1 of the 2 CD set came with three prints of Cliff (and one with Olivia) from the Heathcliff photo sessions.

The inlay of CD2 of the 2 CD set featured a special message from Cliff about working with Olivia.

There were two different promo CD singles produced: one credited to Cliff and Olivia and and another credited to Cliff only.

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The Wedding
with Helen Hobson
1996 March 18
The Wedding
Sleep Of The Good (Live)
I Do Not Love You Isabella

with Olivia Newton-John and Kristina Nichols
I Do Not Love You Isabella (Instrumental)
CD single -- EMI CDEM 422
The Wedding
I Do Not Love You Isabella

with Olivia Newton-John and Kristina Nichols
The Wedding
I Do Not Love You Isabella

with Olivia Newton-John and Kristina Nichols
Cassette single -- EMI TCEM 422
The Wedding
(Tim Rice (lyrics) & John Farrar (music))

Running Time: 4:30
This is edited from the Songs From Heathcliff album version of I Do Not Love You Isabella (Heathcliff's Wedding Song) in a peculiar fashion. It is the exact same backing track and Cliff vocals from the Songs From Heathcliff album, but all of Olivia Newton-John and Kristina Nichols' have vocals been edited out and new vocals from Helen Hobson (with some different lyrics) have been inserted.


Sleep Of The Good (Live)
(Tim Rice (lyrics) & John Farrar (music))

Running Time: 5:23
This is a live performance at the Sheffield Arena on December 15 1994 as part of the The Hit List Live, where Cliff previewed and possibly debuted several of the Heathcliff songs, including Misunderstood Man and Had To Be.


I Do Not Love You Isabella
(Tim Rice (lyrics) & John Farrar (music))

Running Time: 4:28
This is the same as on the Songs From Heathcliff album.


I Do Not Love You Isabella (Instrumental)
(John Farrar)

Running Time: 4:24
This is an instrumental version of the Songs From Heathcliff version, where the backing track is the same, but all vocals have been removed. Cliff's vocal melody parts are replaced with a harpsichord and the female vocal parts are replaced with electric guitar.

There are some peculiarities about the title of this song. On the original Songs From Heathcliff album, it was entitled I Do Not Love You Isabella (Heathcliff's Wedding Song) on the CD cover, but simply I Do Not Love You Isabella in the liner notes. For unknown reasons, for the release of this single it was retitled as The Wedding, but it's curious that the Helen Hobson version used this retitle while the album and instrumental versions on the same single used the original album title variation. They are all the same song (but different versions).
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Be With Me Always
1997 January 13
Be With Me Always
Summer Holiday
The Young Ones
Bachelor Boy
CD single -- EMI CDEM 453
Be With Me Always
Congratulations
Be With Me Always
Congratulations
Cassette single -- EMI TCEM 453
Be With Me Always (Radio Edit)
CD single -- EMI CDEMDJ 453 (promo issue)
Be With Me Always
(Tim Rice (lyrics) & John Farrar (music))

Running Time: 5:05
This is the same as on the Songs From Heathcliff album.


Be With Me Always (Radio Edit)
(Tim Rice (lyrics) & John Farrar (music))

Running Time: 4:20
This version, only available on a promo CD single (CDEMDJ 453) is the same as the Songs From Heathcliff album version but cuts out the final chorus from the song.


Summer Holiday
(Bruce Welch & Brian Bennett)

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


The Young Ones
(Sid Tepper & Roy C. Bennett)

Running Time: 4:00
This is an original B-side.


Bachelor Boy
(Cliff Richard & Bruce Welch)

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


Congratulations
(Bill Martin & Phil Coulter)

Running Time: 3:14
This is an original B-side.

All the live, B-side performances are taken from an impromptu performance at Wimbledon on July 3, 1996 when rain stopped the All England Lawn Tennis Championships games. Cliff, joined by several tennis players, took the microphone up in the stands and entertained the audience while they waited for the rain to clear out. The tracks from the CD single and cassette single include all the songs that Cliff sang that day except All Shook Up and Living Doll which have never had official release.

This live version of Congratulations has never been released in digital (CD or download) format.

Note that although the promo CD label has a release date of 4 November 1996 written on it, apparently there was a delay and the single didn't actually get released until 13 January 1997. Some promo CD singles have a sticker attached to the case describing the new release date (and contact information for promotions).

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Can't Keep This Feeling In
1998 October 12
Can't Keep This Feeling In
Larger Design
Can't Keep This Feeling In (5AM Little America Mix)
CD single -- EMI CDEMS 526 (CD1 of 2)
Can't Keep This Feeling In
After This Love
Can't Keep This Feeling In (Step Child Mix)
CD single -- EMI CDEM 526 (CD2 of 2)
Can't Keep This Feeling In
Larger Design
Can't Keep This Feeling In
Larger Design
Cassette single -- EMI TCEM 526
Can't Keep This Feeling In (Phil Chill's R&B Mix) Can't Keep This Feeling In (Step Child Mix)
12" single -- EMI BKNIGHT 001 (promo issue)
Can't Keep This Feeling In (Phil Chill's R&B Mix)
Can't Keep This Feeling In (Step Child Mix)
CD single -- EMI BKNIGHT001 (promo issue #1)
Can't Keep This Feeling In
CD single -- EMI CDEMJ 526 (promo issue #2)
Can't Keep This Feeling In
(Dennis Lambert, Steve Skinner & Arnie Roman)

Running Time: 3:50
This is the same as on the Real As I Wanna Be album.


Larger Design
(Peter Wolf & Michelle Wolf)

Running Time: 3:06
This is an original B-side.


Can't Keep This Feeling In (5AM Little America Mix)
(Dennis Lambert, Steve Skinner & Arnie Roman)

Running Time: 6:26
This is remixed from the Real As I Wanna Be album version, with some subtley added percussion throughout. Most notably, the intro is greatly extended with several repeated samples of Cliff's vocals from the chorus and a full instrumental verse and chorus. Also, just after the song's vocal bridge there is an added instrumental part with additional repeated samples of Cliff's vocals from the chorus.


After This Love
(Sheppard Soloman, John Clifford & Larry Tag)

Running Time: 5:01
This is an original B-side.


Can't Keep This Feeling In (Step Child Mix)
(Dennis Lambert, Steve Skinner & Arnie Roman)

Running Time: 5:05
This is remixed from the Real As I Wanna Be album version, with a vastly different backing track featuring several vocal samples, new keyboards and percussion, and periodic rap samples from rapper M.C. Fly. The choruses are greatly edited, with repeated samples of Cliff singing the lines "can't keep this feelin' in," "I can't hold it back" and "You know i'm trying to." Just after the song's bridge is an extended rap section with rapping by M.C. Fly.

This single is famous for initially being released as a 12" and CD single to dance clubs and radio with only the song title and the "BLACKNIGHT" label (no artist listed). Distributed with these promos was a survey asking for feedback on the song. It began getting respectable airplay on various radio, with some indication that some assumed it was a new black R&B artist named Blacknight. When it was discovered that it was Cliff Richard, radio immediately dropped the song from their playlists.

CD1 of the 2 CD set came with three prints of Cliff from the Real As I Wanna Be photo sessions. These prints were double sided with one side featuring a unique photo of Cliff and the other side having the same text identifying the print (exclusive 1 of 3).

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Vita Mia
with Vincenzo La Scola
1998
Vita Mia
CD single -- EMI ? (promo issue #1)
CD single -- EMI CDEMDJ 529 (promo issue #2)
Vita Mia
(Peter Wolf (music), Michelle Wolf & Zucchero Fornaciari (lyrics))

Running Time: 4:18
This is the same as on the Real As I Wanna Be album.

This was issued as a promo CD single only. There was no standard single release.
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The Miracle
1999 July 26
The Miracle
Hope Faith And You
The Twelfth Of Never (Live)

with Michelle Wolf
CD single -- EMI CDEMS 546 (CD1 of 2)
The Miracle
Just Don't Say Goodbye
Move It (Live)
CD single -- EMI CDEM 546 (CD2 of 2)
The Miracle
Hope Faith And You
The Twelfth Of Never (Live)

with Michelle Wolf
The Miracle
Hope Faith And You
The Twelfth Of Never (Live)

with Michelle Wolf
Cassette single -- EMI TCEM 546
The Miracle
CD single -- EMI CDEMDJ 546 (promo issue)
The Miracle
(Brenda Lee Eager, Zoe Fox & Terry Wollman)

Running Time: 3:26
This is the same as on the Real As I Wanna Be album.


Hope Faith And You
(Phil Campbell)

Running Time: 3:53
This is an original B-side.


The Twelfth Of Never (Live)
(Jerry Livingston & Paul Francis Webster)

Running Time: 3:47
This is an original B-side. It is a live performance from a September 1998 concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London.


Just Don't Say Goodbye
(James & Robin Lerner (first names unknown))

Running Time: 3:27
This is an original B-side.


Move It (Live)
(Ian Ralph Samwell)

Running Time: 3:25
This is an original B-side. It is a live performance from a September 1998 concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

Note that the The Miracle CD singles claim that the live performances of The Twelfth Of Never and Move It are from a 1999 performance at the Royal Albert Hall. This is surely incorrect as these are the same performances as on the The 40th Anniversary Concert videotape (released in 1998) which dates the performance from September 1998. The performances are directly lifted from the videotape release, although the spoken intro is left off of The Twelfth Of Never.
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The Millennium Prayer
1999 November 15
The Millennium Prayer
Two Worlds
CD single -- Papillon PROMISECD01 (standard issue)
CD single -- Papillon PROMISECD 01 (first promo issue)
CD single -- Papillon PROMISECD 01 (second promo issue)
The Millennium Prayer
Two Worlds
The Millennium Prayer
Two Worlds
Cassette single -- Papillion PROMISETC01
The Millennium Prayer
(God (lyrics); Unknown (music); David Arch, Stephen Deal, Paul Field, Anne Skates & Nigel Wright (traditional arrangement))

Running Time: 4:42
This is an original A-side.


Two Worlds
(Craig Pruess & Jennifer Lawrence)

Running Time: 4:29
This is an original B-side.

The sales of this single were for charity, supporting Children's Promise: The Millennium Final Hour Appeal.
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Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World
2001 December 3
Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World (Album Version)
The Millennium Prayer (Acapella)
Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World (Video)
CD single -- Papillon cliffcd1
Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World (Edit)
Lay All Your Love On Me (Album Version)
(Let's Go) Where There Are Horses
CD single -- Papillon cliffcx1
Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World (Album Version)
Lay All Your Love On Me
Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World (Album Version)
Lay All Your Love On Me
Cassette single -- Papillion CLIFFTC 1
CD single -- Papillon cliffcd1
Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World (Edit)
Lay All Your Love On Me (Edit)
CD single -- Papillon RAINBOW 1 01
Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World (Album Version)
(Harold Arlen & E Y "Yip" Harburg (Somewhere Over The Rainbow); George David Weiss/ George Douglas (What A Wonderful World))

Running Time: 4:47
This is the same as on the Wanted album.


The Millennium Prayer (Acapella)
(God (lyrics); Unknown (music); Anne Skates & Nigel Wright (traditional arrangement))

Running Time: 3:12
This remixed from the original The Millennium Prayer single version, being an acapella version only with Cliff and the choir's vocals. Because it is acapella, it also trims out what would be all the silences in the track where normally just music would play, therefore it greatly cuts the track from 4:42 to 3:12.


Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World (Video)
(Harold Arlen & E Y "Yip" Harburg (Somewhere Over The Rainbow); George David Weiss/ George Douglas (What A Wonderful World))

Running Time: 3:33
This is the standard promo video, using the same edits as described for Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World (Edit).


Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World (Edit)
(Harold Arlen & E Y "Yip" Harburg (Somewhere Over The Rainbow); George David Weiss/ George Douglas (What A Wonderful World))

Running Time: 3:35
This is edited from the Wanted album version, cutting the last 10 seconds of the "ooh, ooh" intro. It also cuts the second Somewhere Over The Rainbow verse (starting with "Somewhere over the rainbow, Skies are blue"), then the second What A Wonderful World verse (starting with "Well, I see skies of blue and I see clouds of white"). Finally, it fades about 10 seconds early, during the "ooh, ooh" outro.


Lay All Your Love On Me (Album Version)
(Benny Andersson & Bjorn Ulvaeus)

Running Time: 4:28
This is an original B-side.


(Let's Go) Where There Are Horses
(Alan Tarney & Don Black)

Running Time: 3:58
This is an original B-side.


Lay All Your Love On Me (Edit)
(Benny Andersson & Bjorn Ulvaeus)

Running Time: 3:34
This version is the same as the "album" version that appeared on the Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World single, but edits out aprpoximately 53 seconds from the middle of the song. The cut is at the beginning of the first instrumental break (about 2:44) to the beginning of the second instrumental break (about 3:37).

This release uses a 2 CD single concept as earlier singles, but there is no labeling on the cover that explains this.

The song Lay All Your Love On Me is subtitled as "album version" on the CD single, although this song did not appear on the Wanted album. An edit version appears on an advanced promo CD single that lists Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World and Lay All Your Love On Me as a double A-side so it is assumed that the single was originally intended to be a double A-side with Lay All Your Love On Me, but it was changed before single release and Lay All Your Love On Me was left off of the album for unknown reasons.

This is the first Cliff Richard CD single to feature a video track, which is in MPEG format that can be started automatically by software loaded on the CD single.

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Let Me Be The One
2002 April 1
Let Me Be The One
I Got A Woman
with The Shadows
This Can't Be Love / My Funny Valentine
CD single -- Papillion Records CLIFFCD2 (standard issue)
Let Me Be The One
CD single -- Papillion Records BTRAD20 (promo issue)
Let Me Be The One
(Chris Eaton)

Running Time: 4:05
This is the same as on the Wanted album.


I Got A Woman
(Ray Charles)

Running Time: 3:39
This is the same as on the Live At The ABC Kingston - 1962 album, which was issued for the first time in 2002.


This Can't Be Love / My Funny Valentine
(Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart)

Running Time: 4:35
This is an original B-side. It is a live performance taken from a May 2001 performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London during Cliff's Off The Record tour performances.

In another trend of the era, each CD single was given a unique number on the packaging. Some collectors enjoy collecting the singles with distinctive numbers, such as early pressings or whole numbers.
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Santa's List
2003 December 8
Santa's List
Mistletoe And Wine
CD single -- EMI SANTA 01 (first standard issue)
Santa's List (Single Edit)
It's A Boy
Mary's Boy Child

with Helmut Lotti
Santa's List (Video)
CD single -- EMI SANTA 02 (second standard issue)
Santa's List
CD single -- EMI Cliff 200 (promo issue)
Santa's List
Mistletoe And Wine
Download single -- EMI ISRC GBGKG0300008
Santa's List
(Chris Eaton & Nick Trevisick)

Running Time: 4:39
This is the same as on the full version found on the Cliff At Christmas album.


Santa's List (Single Edit)
(Chris Eaton & Nick Trevisick)

Running Time: 3:40
This is an edit and slight remix of the Cliff At Christmas version, with additional percussion added in. The percussion is most notable by a high hat cymbal over the song's instrumental intro. It also has several cuts, including the second verse ("Beyond the dark horizon" to "a world united in love") and a small bit of the strings (about three second's worth) between the first chorus and third verse. It also cuts parts of the last two choruses, merging the two into one, thus cutting the "is one day there will be" from the next to last chorus and instead using the one from the last chorus ancontinuing with the last chorus (cutting the first two lines of the last chorus ("No more tears...").


Mistletoe And Wine
(Keith Strachan, Leslie Stewart & Jeremy Paul)

Running Time: 4:05
This is the same as on the full version found on the Private Collection album.


It's A Boy
(Mick Gisbey & Simon Goodall)

Running Time: 3:12
This is the same as on the It's A Boy! talking book.


Mary's Boy Child
(Jester Hairston)

Running Time: 3:38
This is the same as on the Cliff At Christmas album.


Santa's List (Video)
(Chris Eaton & Nick Trevisick)

Running Time: 3:42
This is the standard promo video, using the same edits as described for Santa's List (Single Edit).

The CD single inlay for the second CD single features the song's lyrics.

This song is Cliff's first official download single.

The Santa's List video on this CD single is in QuickTime format that can be viewed automatically by software on the CD single.

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Somethin' Is Goin' On
2004 October 11
Somethin' Is Goin' On
How Many Sleeps
CD single -- Decca 475 6419 (standard issue)
Download single -- Decca ISRC GBGKG0400002
Somethin' Is Goin' On
CD single -- Decca 475 6523 (promo issue)
Somethin' Is Goin' On
(Steve Mandile, David Mullen & Marcus Hummon)

Running Time: 3:43
This is edited from the Something's Goin' On album, fading about 40 seconds early.


How Many Sleeps
(Dave Stuart English & Barry Gibb)

Running Time: 4:06
This is an original B-side.

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I Cannot Give You My Love
2004 December 13
I Cannot Give You My Love (Single Edit)
She's All Mine
I Cannot Give You My Love (Album Version)
Somethin' Is Goin' On (Video)
CD single -- Decca 475 6611 (standard issue)
I Cannot Give You My Love (Single Edit)
She's All Mine
I Cannot Give You My Love (Album Version)
Download single -- Decca ISRC GBGKG0400019
I Cannot Give You My Love (Single Edit)
CD single -- Decca ? (promo issue)
I Cannot Give You My Love (Single Edit)
(Ashley Gibb & Barry Gibb)

Running Time: 3:43
This is edited from the Something's Goin' On album, cutting four beats from the instrumental intro, the "you and me" from the end of the second verse and much of the instrumentation leading up to the beginning of the third verse. It also cuts entirely the third chorus, and adds in the line "yeah, got to be free, got to be free, you and me" at the end of the fourth verse. Finally, it cuts the "so fly away butterfly" at the beginning of the repeated ending and cuts 30 seconds early on the song fade out.


She's All Mine
(Chris Eaton and Ralph van Manen)

Running Time: 3:56
This is the same as on the bonus edition of Something's Goin' On download album from UK iTunes.


I Cannot Give You My Love (Album Version)
(Ashley Gibb & Barry Gibb)

Running Time: 5:02
This is the same as on the Something's Goin' On album.


Somethin' Is Goin' On (Video)
(Steve Mandile, David Mullen & Marcus Hummon)

Running Time: 3:21
This is the standard promo video, using the same edit as the single version, fading 40 seconds early.

The Somethin' Is Goin' On video here is in QuickTime format and it is viewed automatically by software on the CD single.
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The Day That I Stop Loving You
2005 April 11
The Day That I Stop Loving You (Radio Edit)
Slow Down
The Day That I Stop Loving You
Download single -- Decca ISRC GBGKG0400007
CD single -- Decca 475 6762 (promo issue)
The Day That I Stop Loving You (Radio Edit)
(Jennifer Kimball, Darrell Brown & Bobby Huff)

Running Time: 3:46
This is edited from the Something's Goin' On album version, cutting the first few seconds of the intro; the instrumental pause in the final chorus that comes between the words "come" and "to be" in the "could never come to be" line; and the next to last "that I stop loving you" line.


Slow Down
(Gary Burr, Chris Eaton & Kenny Greenberg)

Running Time: 4:14
This is an original B-side.


The Day That I Stop Loving You
(Jennifer Kimball, Darrell Brown & Bobby Huff)

Running Time: 4:06
This is the same as on the Something's Goin' On album.

This single was available as a download single only. It is not listed in Cliff's list of official single releases, probably because it was an accidental release of sorts. It was originally intended to be Cliff's third single release from the Something's Goin' On album in April 2005. However, due to Cliff's unavailability to promote it at that time, the release was delayed and eventually cancelled. The CD single was never manufactured, however a promo CD single was manufactured and the download single with it's original artwork, slipped out and got an unofficial release anyway.
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What Car
2005 May 9
What Car
Slow Down
Sentimental Journey
CD single -- Decca 475 6943 (standard issue)
Download single -- Decca ISRC GBGKG0400008
What Car
Diamonds On A Chain
What Car (Video)
Live Performance From Leeds Castle

Somethin' Is Goin' On (Video)
Make Poverty History (TV Ad)
DVD single -- Decca 475 6950
What Car
CD single -- Decca 4756943 (promo issue)
What Car
(Trey Bruce, Gary Burr & David Mullen)

Running Time: 3:31
This is the same as on the Something's Goin' On album.


Slow Down
(Gary Burr, Chris Eaton & Kenny Greenberg)

Running Time: 4:14
This is the same as on the The Day That I Stop Loving You download single.


Sentimental Journey
(Bud Green, Les Brown & Ben Homer)

Running Time: 2:07
This is the same as on the 1961 Listen To Cliff! album.


Diamonds On A Chain
(Don Poythress & Brian White)

Running Time: 3:13
This is an original B-side.


What Car (Video)
(Trey Bruce, Gary Burr & David Mullen)

Running Time: 4:04
This a the live performance at Leeds Castle in Kent, England on July 25, 2004. It is taken from the Castles In The Air DVD released in 2004.


Somethin' Is Goin' On (Video)
(Steve Mandile, David Mullen & Marcus Hummon)

Running Time: 3:42
This is the standard promo video, using the same edit as the single version, fading 40 seconds early.


Make Poverty History (TV Ad)
(N/A)

Running Time: 1:00
This ad has no Cliff Richard involvement. It is an advertisement only for a campaign to fight hunger.

The CD single has a small card insert that advertises telephone ringtones for the songs on the CD single.

The DVD single inlay features the DVD credits, advertisements for other Cliff Richard products, and a unique photo of Cliff from the What Car photo sessions.

This is Cliff's first and only DVD single.

The song Sentimental Journey was released on this single because at the time, England was celebrating the 50th anniversary of VE Day (the end of World War II) and this song is from that era.

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Yesterday Once More
with Daniel O'Donnell
2006 November 6
Yesterday Once More
Download single -- EMI ISRC GBMST0600010
CD single -- EMI ? (promo issue #1)
CD single -- EMI 379 2135 (promo issue #2)
Yesterday Once More
(Richard Carpenter and John Bettis)

Running Time: 4:05
This is the same as on the Two's Company: The Duets album.

This single was available as a download single only. There were two different promo CD singles, one with a picture of Cliff and Daniel together and another of with an image of a wall only.
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21st Century Christmas / Move It
with Brian May and Brian Bennett
2006 December 11
Move It 21st Century Christmas
7" single -- EMI CLIFFX 217
21st Century Christmas
Move It
CD single -- EMI 00946 379931 2 5 (standard issue)
Download single -- EMI ISRC GBMST0600013/GBMST0600012
Move It
21st Century Christmas
CD single -- EMI ? (promo issue)
Move It
(Ian Ralph Samwell)

Running Time: 4:07
This is the same as on the Two's Company: The Duets album.


21st Century Christmas
(Paul Brady & Ralph Murphy)

Running Time: 4:00
This is an original A-side.

This single was considered a double A-side. Although no side is considered more important than the other, typically double A-sides have some sort of order as determined by it's promotion, chart placing, etc. Curiously, while this single is typically referred to as 21st Century Christmas/Move It with 21st Century Christmas getting top billing on the CD and download singles as well as in the chart listing, for the 7" single, Move It is given top billing and the single is given a distinct cover from the other releases. The promo CD single, although using the same artwork as the standard CD single, also swaps the order of the songs.
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When I Need You
2007 October 29
When I Need You
My Pretty One
Never Let Go
CD single -- EMI 50999 511452 2 4 (standard issue)
Download single -- EMI ISRC GBTBG0700004
When I Need You
CD single -- EMI ? (promo issue)
When I Need You
(Carole Bayer Sager and Albert Hammond)

Running Time: 4:10
This is the same as on the Love... The Album album.


My Pretty One
(Alan Tarney)

Running Time: 3:57
This is the same as on the 1987 Always Guaranteed album.


Never Let Go
(Wilson & Gorrie (first names unknown))

Running Time: 4:08
This is the same as on the 1993 Cliff Richard The Album album.

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Thank You For A Lifetime
2008 September 8
Thank You For A Lifetime
Mobile Alabama School Leaving Hullabaloo
CD single -- EMI 50999 3664622 2 3 (standard issue)
Thank You For A Lifetime
Download single -- EMI ISRC GBAYE0801290
CD single -- EMI ? (promo issue)
Thank You For A Lifetime
(Jez Ashurst, Charlie Grant & Pete Woodroffe)

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


Mobile Alabama School Leaving Hullabaloo
(Chris East)

Running Time: 3:33
This is the same as on the ...And They Said It Wouldn't Last! {My 50 Years In Music} boxed set.

The CD single was an exclusive release at Woolworths department stores in the UK only.
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Singing The Blues
with The Shadows
2009 September 14
Singing The Blues Dancing Shoes
We Say Yeah
7" single -- EMI 50999 687887 7 3
Singing The Blues
A Voice In The Wilderness
CD single -- EMI 50999 687885 2 0 (standard issue)
Singing The Blues
A Voice In The Wilderness
Dancing Shoes
We Say Yeah
Download single -- EMI ISRC GBTBG0900022
Singing The Blues
CD single -- EMI ? (promo issue)
Singing The Blues
(Melvin Endsley)

Running Time: 3:04
This is the same as on the Reunited album.


Dancing Shoes
(Hank Marvin & Bruce Welch)

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


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

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


A Voice In The Wilderness
(Norrie Paramor & Bunny Lewis)

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

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Saving A Life
with Freda Payne
2011 October
Saving A Life
Download single -- EMI ISRC GBTBG110000
Saving A Life
with Freda Payne
CD single -- EMI ? (first promo issue)
Saving A Life
with Freda Payne
This Time With You
with Candi Staton
CD single -- EMI ? (second promo issue)
Saving A Life
(Beau Dozier & Joshua Scott Chasez)

Running Time: 3:52
This is edited from the Soulicious album version, cutting part of the guitar intro (about five seconds) and a full chorus near the end.


This Time With You
(Lamont Dozier)

Running Time: 3:30
This is edited from the Soulicious album version, cutting the short guitar intro and fading almost a whole chorus earlier.

This single was only ever issued as a promo. There was no physical single and no download single. This is probably due, at least in part, because single releases are no longer viable at this time with Cliff's sales being low and sales of singles in general being an all time low.

There were two different promo CD singles availabe, one with Saving A Life only and another featuring Saving A Life paired with This Time With You as a sort of double A-side.

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Rip It Up
2013 October 14
Rip It Up
Download single -- Rhino ISRC GBTBG1300001
CD single -- Rhino ? (promo issue)
Rip It Up
(Robert Blackwell & John Marascalco)

Running Time: 2:58
This is the same as on the The Fabulous Rock 'n' Roll Songbook album.

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Since I Lost My Baby
with Engelbert Humperdinck
2014 March 17
CD single -- Conehead CONE45 (promo issue)
Since I Lost My Baby
(Smokey Robinson & Warren Moore)

Running Time: 3:07
This is the same as on the Engelbert Calling album.

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Golden
2015 August 16
CD single -- Rhino ? (promo issue)
Download single -- Rhino ISRC GBGKG1500001
Golden
Golden
(Chris Eaton)

Running Time: 4:32
This is a slightly reworked version of the Time Machine Tour - 50th Anniversary performance, with some new vocals.

This was released as a download single only and no unique artwork was offered in the UK, instead using the 75 At 75 album artwork. The Dutch release, however, did offer unique artwork that was based upon the 75 At 75 artwork which was picked up and used by the UK media.
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Roll Over Beethoven
2016 October 14
Roll Over Beethoven
Download single -- Sony ISRC GBTBG1600009
CD single -- Sony ? (promo issue)
Roll Over Beethoven
(Chuck Berry)

Running Time: 2:49
This is the same as on the Just... Fabulous Rock 'n' Roll album.

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It's Better To Dream (Christmas Mix)
2015 November 25
It's Better To Dream (Christmas Mix)
CD single -- Sony ? (stock issue)
Download single -- Sony ISRC GBTBG1600016
CD single -- Sony ? (promo issue)
It's Better To Dream (Christmas Mix)
(Steve Mandile & Andy Childs)

Running Time: 3:05
This is not the same as on the Just... Fabulous Rock 'n' Roll album, but a new mix with a Christmas theme.

The official CD single was released in a very limited quantity of only 500 and were sold through a single vendor with the purchase of the download single. It came in a plain white envelope, a simple fold over paper with the picture cover (blank on the back, then inside a handwritten message from Cliff. The design was such as to be sent as a Christmas card/gift.
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Blue Suede Shoes
with Elvis Presley
2017 January
Blue Suede Shoes
Download single -- Sony ISRC GBTBG1600001
CD single -- Sony ? (promo issue)
Blue Suede Shoes
(Carl Perkins)

Running Time: 2:06
This is the same as on the Just... Fabulous Rock 'n' Roll album.

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(It's Gonna Be) Okay
with The Piano Guys
2017 April 14
(It's Gonna Be) Okay
Download single -- ? ISRC USQX91602183
(It's Gonna Be) Okay
(Andy Grammer & Dave Bassett)

Running Time: 3:30
This is the same as on the So Far, So Good album.

The artists is listed as The Piano Guys feat. Cliff Richard as The Piano Guys are the primary artist.
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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
April 2017

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