Site History

 

Below is a history of the changes to the Cliff Richard Song Database since March 2003


October 31, 2012

October 3, 2012

September 20, 2012

  • Corrected the Pat Boone duet song title from Pretty Little Blue Eyes to the correct Pretty Blue Eyes (1960 - #27). This is the song made popular in the US by Steve Lawrence the year prior to Cliff and Pat Boone's performance. Also changed the artist to put Pat Boone first as it was performed on his show and his was the lead artist on the song.

August 20, 2012

  • Corrected the misspelling of Anne Lise Gjstl's name in the duet of Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head (1970 - #133). It's curious that the TV show has her name misspelled as Anne-Lise Gjstel, but she has had several releases in her professional career as Anne Lise Gjstl.

August 15, 2012

  • Fixed up several of the Life With Johnny songs (too many to mention here) based upon recently bootlegged material (1969 - #1 to #34).

August 5, 2012

  • Added the songs from Cliff's The Soulicious Tour live DVD (2011 - #18 to #53).

August 5, 2012

  • Added the missing April 18 1959 Saturday Club songs, Ready Teddy, Apron Strings, Never Mind and Don't Bug Me Baby and rearranged all songs from this show to the proper running order (1959 - #52 to #58).

July 31, 2012

  • Moved the unidentified TV version of Move It heard in the Cliff In Berlin special from 1965 - #72 to 1966 - #94. The program it's originally from is still unidentified, but a matching video was found of the band performing In The Country which came out at the end of 1966, placing this performance then at the earliest.

July 27, 2012
  • Added the songs from the TV shows A Day In The Life (1971 - #79 to #82) and Get Away With Cliff (1971 - #92 to #97).

July 26, 2012

  • Added the songs from Cliff's TV show, Cliff In Berlin and Cliff P Skansen (1970 - #95 to #115). These shows were broadcast in 1971, but were actually recorded in 1970. This also include Move It from an unknown show in the 1960s (1965 - #72) that was part of the archive footage in Cliff In Berlin. If I can find what show this is originally from, I will make the correction then.

July 24, 2012

  • Added all the missing songs and made various corrections for the songs (too many to list here) from Cliff's 1971 It's Cliff Richard TV series (1971 - #1 to #64).

July 22, 2012

  • Added the songs from December 24, 1970 The Cliff Richard Show TV Show (1970 - #142 to #148).
  • Added the songs from Cliff and The Shadows on TV in Lige, Belgium (1964 - #64 to #74).
  • Added the Rock 'n' Roll Ballroom performance of Move It (1958 - #18).

June 17, 2012

  • Changed the song Gee But It's Lonesome to Gee, But It's Lonely (1959 - #113). This unreleased song is listed as Gee But It's Lonesome in The Complete Chronicles but this is believed to be a listing error and instead it's a cover of the Phil Everly written song made famous by Pat Boone just a year prior to the recording.

June 15, 2012

  • Added the stereo-reduced-to-mono version of Mean Woman Blues (1959 - #98).
  • Changed all references to the song Quiet Night Of Quiet Stars to the correct Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars, thus correcting the misspelling (1965 - #78 & #79), (1966 - #5) and (1970 - #80).

April 20, 2012

  • Added a search feature to the main database pages. It's rather primitive at the moment, but it's a start!

April 5 2012

  • Added the duet performance of Passing Strangers by Cliff and Cilla Black from her 1968 Cilla TV show (1968 - #34). This song is being released on the DVD from her Completely Cilla, 1963-1973 collection.

April 4 2012

  • Changed the artist for tracks from the 1958 Oh Boy! album from Cliff Richard and The Drifters to just Cliff Richard. Seems The Drifters weren't on the record, but it was the unidentified session musicians booked for the album instead.

April 2 2012

  • Moved the song Tiny Planet to the The Rock Connection sessions (1984 - #42) after it was realized that this and other Christian songs (including La Gonave were recorded together in June 1984.

February 18 2012

  • Combined the Wish Upon A Wishbone TV song titles Hark! The Herald Angels Sing, Away In A Manger and O Come All Ye Faithful (1966 - #92 to #94) to the single title of Choral Christmas Medley: Hark! The Herald Angels Sing/Away In A Manger/O Come All Ye Faithful (1966 - #92). A bootleg recording recently surfaced and these songs are performed as a medley.
  • Changed the artist for Wish Upon A Wishbone TV song White Christmas from just Cliff and The Shadows to Cliff Richard, The Shadows, Ivor Emmanuel and Patricia Bredin. (1966 - #93)

February 18 2012

  • Changed the TV song title Hits Medley to the more detailed Hits Medley: Dancing Shoes/Bachelor Boy/Living Doll/Do You Wanna Dance (1970 - #85) thanks to newer, more accurate information. (Thanks Brian!)

February 10 2012

  • Added the songs from the recent Soulicious 2-song single promo, Saving A Life (Edited Promo Version) (2011 - #2) and This Time With You (Edited Promo Version) (2011 - #12). I still need to get the 1-track promo and figure out which version is on that one.

February 6 2012

  • Added the songs from Cliff's 1970 BBC specials The Cliff Richard Show (1970 - #99 to #107) which is colloquially known as "The Bank Holiday Special" and Cliff Richard In Scandinavia (1970 - #108 to #118).

February 5 2012

  • Added the songs from Cliff's 1970 BBC series It's Cliff Richard (1970 - #16 to #86).

November 10 2011

  • Changed the songs Something Good, The Minute You're Gone and The Day I Met Marie (1969 - #84 to #86) from The Cliff Richard Show to a single song as it was found these are a medley: Medley: Something Good/The Minute You're Gone/The Day I Met Marie (1969 - #84).

October 14 2011

  • Added a new page hosted by Chris Lane, with database details of Shadows recordings. This page can be accessed HERE.

September 27 2011

  • Added the songs from a May 17, 1969 TV broadcast called The Cliff Richard Show (1969 - #80 to #90).

September 22 2011

  • Added the songs for Cliff's upcoming Soulicious album (2011 - #1 to #15).

September 14 2011

  • Added the songs from the Cliff and the Settlers April 1968 gospel concert TV broadcasts (1968 - #47 to #62).

September 13 2011

  • Added the closing credits version of Be With Me Always (1995 - #19) as found on the Heathcliff video/DVD release.

September 7 2011

  • Changed the song title of All You Need Is Love to the correct title of Love Is All (1975 - #14).

September 6 2011

  • Changed the song Six Stringed Orchestra to the correct title of Six String Orchestra (1975 - #16).

September 4 2011

  • Added the stereo version of the song Thinking Of Our Love (1960 - #37). It's simply the stereo count-in version with the count-in edited off.

August 31 2011

  • Added the songs from Cliff's Bold As Brass concert DVD release (2010 - #3 to #3). All DVDs are done!

August 29 2011

  • Added the It's Cliff And Friends songs For You and Six Stringed Orchestra (1975 - #15 & #16) which interestingly, take the place in the database of the previously two removed slots.
  • Removed the It's Cliff And Friends songs Good On The Sally Army and All I Wanna Do (1975 - #15 & #16) as it's been determined that Cliff did not sing these songs. They were sung by Allan Shiers and Sue Shifrin respectively.

August 28 2011

  • Added the songs from Cliff's The Final Reunion DVD release (2009 - #43 to #74). Only one more DVD to go after this one!

August 17 2011

  • Added the songs from Cliff's Time Machine Tour - 50th Anniversary DVD release (2008 - #9 to #45). This also included the previous items on the list from the Tesco exclusive Cliff Live CD.

August 15 2011

  • Changed the unreleased song It Ain't Gonna Rain No More to It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo' (1966 - #86) from Cliff's Wish Upon A Wishbone TV special. It now uses the correct (per the songwriter's intentions) spelling.

August 12 2011

  • Added edited versions of How Great Thou Art and What A Friend We Have In Jesus from the Cliff Richard At City Hall program (1968 - #18 & #23). A full audio bootleg of the program has become available and it was realized that the versions on the Rare And Unseen DVD are slightly edited.

August 10 2011

  • Changed the unreleased song The Three Peggies to Three Little Peggies (1961 - #44) from Cliff's 1961 TV series. This is now believed to be a cover of the Carl Dobkin's Jr. song.

August 4 2011

  • Changed the unreleased song Love Ain't Our Own No More to It Ain't Gonna Rain No More (1966 - #86) from Cliff's Wish Upon A Wishbone TV special. More information about this special has come to light recently. This song is also a duet with Ivor Emmanuel.

August 1 2011

  • Added the songs from Cliff's Cliff Richard Live - Here And Now DVD release (2006 - #10 to #39).

July 24 2011

  • Removed the song Nearly A Nasty Monarch (1969 - #30) from the unreleased Life With Johnny sessions. Turns out this song is the same as You Held My Hand which is already in the database.

July 22 2011

  • Added the songs from Cliff's On The Beach video/DVD release (2004 - #64 to #86).

July 14 2011

  • Added the songs from Cliff's Cliff Richard Live - Castles In The Air release (2004 - #31 to #63).

June 16 2011

  • Added the rehearsal performance of Claudette and the opening night performance of We Don't Talk Anymore as they appeared on the bonus material for the Cliff Richard - World Tour 2003 DVD (2003 #1 & #2).

June 15 2011

  • Moved the Cliff in Scotland tracks from 1973 to when they were first broadcast (1969 #103 to #108).
  • Rearranged and added to the Cliff Richard and Settlers tracks. It's too much to list individually here, but they include tracks from 1969 #1 to #32. These tracks were used for the Life With Johnny TV series and with three of the episodes being available for review, this is a slight change to what was in the database before.
  • Added several songs from Cliff's 1960s TV shows. It's too many to list individually here, but they include tracks from BBC Show of the Week (1966 #5 to #14), Cliff Richard's Christmas Cheer (1966 #85 to #95), a show called simply Cliff Richard (1967 #82 to #92), a TV adaptation of Aladdin And His Wonderful Lamp (1967 #184 to #192), After Ten Follows Ten (#62 to #69), and finally Cliff Richard at the Movies (1968 #93 to #102).

June 3 2011

  • Added and fixed up the performances from the Cliff Richard - World Tour 2003 videotape (2002 - #2 to #32). I'm still reviewing the bonus material on the DVD, which has additional footage from other concerts on this tour.

May 19 2011

  • Added the performances from the The Hits I Missed videotape (2001 - #25 to #35).

May 17 2011

  • Added the performances from the Cliff Richard at City Hall TV show (1968 #17 to #21), the performance of When I Survey The Wondrous Cross from the 1978 The Pop Gospel Show program (1978 #15), and an a capella performance of Summer Holiday from a 2008 London Tonight program (2008 #8). These were all (well, mostly) used on the 2009 Rare And Unseen DVD. The DVD also contained snippets of several other TV performances, but unfortunately they were all used with interviews over the song performances. The DVD is really a butcher job.

May 4 2011

  • Added the performances of Congratulations on the March 12, 1968 Cilla show that was released on the 2001 Unforgettable video.

April 13 2011

  • Added the songs from Cliff's The Countdown Concert show which was released on video and DVD (1999 - #57 to #89).

April 11 2011

  • Moved the unknown live performances of Had To Be from the Had To Be single and Sleep Of The Good from the The Wedding single from 1995 to the The Hit List Live performances (1994 - #32 and #33). Due to when and where the songs were recorded, they must have come from this concert. It remains unclear if the order of their performance in the setlist is correct.

April 5 2011

  • Added the songs from Cliff's An Audience With Cliff Richard TV special which was released on video and DVD (1999 - #38 to #56).

March 22 2011

  • Moved the Bold As Brass songs from 2010 (when they were released) to 2009 (when they were recorded) as the default order is (generally) by session when a song was recorded.

March 20 2011

  • Added the songs from Cliff's Live In Hyde Park video (1999 - #7 to #31). This also incorportates the two Elaine Paige duets that were already in the database.

March 13 2011

  • Added the songs from Cliff's The 40th Anniversary Concert video (1998 - #61 to #94). I decided to add several of the non-Cliff performances and non-song performances from this concert, to keep the entire show listed in context to Cliff's performances.

March 8 2011

  • Added the Oh Boy song performed in part by Cliff Richard, When The Saints Go Marching In and it's edit that appeared on the Rockin' The 50's set (1959 - #44 and #45).
  • Added the song Another Tear Falls (1988 - #37), an unreleased live song from Cliff's 30th Anniversary tour.

February 28 2011

  • Added several songs and edits of songs from the The Making Of Heathcliff - A Dream Come True videotape (interspersed from 1996 #15 to #53). This also resulted in a lot of rearranging of the 1996 songs. This may all be a bit confusing, but here is what I know. In August and September of 1996, the cast of Heathcliff began rehearsals for the play. Some of those very early performances, most acapella or with a simple keyboard, appeared on the The Making Of Heathcliff - A Dream Come True videotape. On October 10th and 11th, full dress rehearsals in front of a live audience was done at Earl's Court in London, then October 16th was the opening night at National Indoor Arena in Birmingham. All of these performances were filmed and the audio was used, with the best performances chosen, and used on the Heathcliff Live. Unfortunately, the album does not make a distinction as to which performance is from which night. Snippets of these performances, including the video, were used on the The Making Of Heathcliff - A Dream Come True video as well. Comparing the two (Heathcliff Live and The Making Of Heathcliff - A Dream Come True, it becomes clear that sometimes the performances are the same and some are not. Also, some from the The Making Of Heathcliff - A Dream Come True video are clearly from the dress rehearsal, so it assumed that the corresponding Heathcliff Live performances are from the opening night. Whew! I hope all that makes sense. It's a bit confusing because the various sources themselves aren't particularly clear as to which performance is from where.

February 23 2011

  • Added the songs from the new Night Of The Proms 2010 CD (2010 - #17 and #18).

February 17 2011

  • Added the songs from the Heathcliff video, which is a different recording from the Heathcliff Live CD (1997 - #2 to #27).

February 9 2011

  • Added the songs from the December 25, 1962 Christmas Fayre performances (1962 - #126 to #133), the April 28, 1963 The Cliff Richard Show performances (1963 #29 to #39), the July 15, 1964 Cliff and the Shadows performances (1964 - #91 to #94) [Note, several performances from this show are mimed to the album/single version, so are not new additions here], the September 1965 Cliff and the Shadows performances (1965 #54 to #71), and the December 1965 Cliff Richard's Christmas Cheer performances (1965 #116 to #120).
  • Removed the song Cliff Spectacular Performance of Constantly (1964 - #145) as it's been determined that this is a mimed performance only.

January 1 2011

  • Added the previously unlisted movie versions of songs from the The Young Ones film. These include the Reprise Movie Version of All For One (1961 - #153), the Reprise Movie Version (with Carole Gray) of Lessons In Love (1961 - #158), and the Movie Version #2 of When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart (1961 - #169). Also changed the original "Movie Version" of When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart to the "Movie Version #1" to accomodate the two movie versions.

December 22 2010

  • Added Cliff's acoustic version of A World Of Difference as broadcast during the Live Aid 1985 broadcast (1985 - #7).

December 17 2010

  • Changed the duet artists for You've Got What It Takes (1960 - #109) from "Monica Ketterland" to the correct "Monica Zetterlund." Without original source material to review, sometimes these things have a lot of errors.
  • Changed the "Unknown Song" titles to their recently discovered titles of I'm Past My Prime and Hungry Women (1960 - #111 & #112).

December 10 2010

  • Moved the tracks on the new Let Me Tell You Baby... It's Called Rock 'n' Roll! from October 25 1958 to their respective broadcast dates in 1958 and 1959. (1958 - #31 and #32, 1959 - #50 to #53, #72, #73, #106 and #107). Comically, I had errorneously attributed the broadcast/record date to October 25, 1958 because of a mixup with the October 25, 2010 release date of the album. Oops!

December 9 2010

  • Added the live tracks from the 1994 Christmas With Cliff Richard videotape, which is simply the performance of a 1980 TV broadcast entitled Cliff At Chichester (1980 - #21 to #30).

December 8 2010

  • Added the stereo version of Sweet And Gentle (1965 - #11).
  • Added the live tracks from the Tesco exclusive CD with extracts from Cliff's Time Machine Tour performances (2008 - #8 to #12).

December 6 2010

  • Added the live acoustic version of Move It as found on the 50th anniversary promo DVD (2008 - #6).
  • Added the 1961 ATV Cliff TV series songs (1961 - #10 to #53).
  • Added the 1990s songs on the The Hit List Live videotape (1994 - #4 to #45).

December 1 2010

  • Added the new duet with Albert Hammond entitled The Air That I Breathe (2010 - #16).

November 23 2010

  • Added the two previously unknown Cliff produced Debbie Byrne songs from 1975, Tell Sonny Not To Come and If You Say It's So (1975 - #11 and #12).

November 17 2010

  • Added the remaining live TV performances from the The Hit List videotape. These include Mistletoe And Wine (1988 - #38) and I Just Don't Have The Heart (1989 - #86).
  • Added several unreleased songs from Cliff's 1960s appearances on Val Parnell's Saturday Spectactular. Too many titles to list here, but they are at 1960 - #91 to #123.

November 12 2010

  • Added the live Eurovision song contest performances of Congratulations (1968 - #29) and Power To All Our Friends (1973 - #18) as found on the 1994 The Hit List videotape release.
  • Added a new page for Cliff's TV series and specials. Right now, it's only complete up to the end of 1961, but I hope to make it more complete in time. It can be accessed HERE.
  • Added several interesting mixes (simple fade in and fade out) of several of Cliff's songs (too many to list here) from a 1998 40th anniversary promo CD (1974 - #2; 1981 - #33; 1995 - #14 & #19; and 1998 - #7 to #40).

November 8 2010

  • Added several more songs from Cliff's early TV appearances that were used on the 1994 The Hit List videotape release. These include: The Young Ones and Do You Wanna Dance from the 1962 Royal Variety Performance (1962 - #12 and #13); Bachelor Boy from The Ed Sullivan Show (1963 - #25); and I Love You, I'm Looking Out The Window, Constantly, The Minute You're Gone, Wind Me Up (Let Me Go) and Lucky Lips all from some as yet unidentified early 1960s TV shows (1964 - #140 to #145).

November 5 2010

  • Added several songs from Cliff's early TV appearances that were used on the 1994 The Hit List videotape release. These include: Move It (1960 - #91), Fall In Love With You (1960 - #93) (unedited), Gee Whizz It's You (1960 - #95), Please Don't Tease (1960 - #97), Nine Times Out Of Ten (1961 - #10), Travellin' Light (1961 - #12), and Theme For A Dream (1961 - #18).
  • Changed the artist for the Beauty And The Beast duet (1961 - #14) to the correct spelling of "Terence Holderway Hale."

October 30 2010

  • Added the Saturday Club BBC performances (Cliff's first ever on the BBC) that were released on the Let Me Tell You Baby... It's Called Rock 'n' Roll! 10" LP recently released. (1958 - #31 to #40)

October 21 2010

  • Added the new songs from Cliff's Bold As Brass album(s) (2010 - #2 to #15).

October 8 2010

  • Added the new song He Knows She Knows (2010 - #1), the new duet with Majella O'Donnell. (NOTE: The Bold As Brass tracks will be added as soon as I get the album in hand.)

October 3 2010

  • Added the song No Turning Back (Edited Movie Version) (1959 - #57) as found on the Just About As Good As It Gets! CD.

September 30 2010

  • Added the stereo version of Just Another Guy (1964 - #94) and the stereo version of Since I Lost You (1962 - #44) as found on the German Cliff & The Shadows '65 LP.

September 25 2010

  • Added the following songs: an edited version of It's No Secret from London's Earls Court (1966 - 11), an edited version of Congratulations from the Eurovision Song Contest (1968 - #29), a studio mix of Healing Love (1992 - #36), edited versions of I'm In Love With My TV and Small World (1992 - #2 and #5), and live acoustic versions of Travellin' Light, I Love You, Teddy Bear, Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On and Bachelor Boy from an impromptu performance in Lech, Austria (1993 - #11 to #15). These are all from the The Story So Far videotape release. I think that's it from this videotape for now.

September 17 2010

  • Added the edits of the TV performances of Willie And The Hand Jive, Fall In Love With You and Down The Line (1960 - #90 to #92) and an edit of a live performance of Song For Sarah (1993 - #3) from the The Story So Far videotape release. More to come.

August 31 2010

  • Added the edit of the movie version of Living Doll (1959 - #54) and Love (1960 - #12) from the The Story So Far videotape release. More to come.

August 27 2010

  • Added the other two songs sung at Wimbledon's center court on July 3, 1996 during the rain, All Shook Up and Living Doll (1996 #35 and #36).

August 24 2010

  • Added the edit of the live version of Be With Me Always (1996 - #26).
  • Added a few more odd bits from the The Story So Far videotape release, including excerpt from Access All Areas live performance of Willie And The Hand Jive (1992 - #63), the 1992 Pro-celebrity tennis tournament performance of Mistletoe And Wine (1992 - #75), an unidentified live performance of On The Beach (1992 - #76), and another edit of the Oh Boy! performance of Turn Me Loose (1959 - #46). I'll be slowly adding other The Story So Far tracks as I identify them. Stay tuned.

August 11 2010

  • Added the radio edit version of Be With Me Always (1995 - #17), which is a simple edit available on UK the promo CD single.

July 19 2010

  • Added the song We Don't Talk Anymore/Some People (1994 - #3), which is a simple medley that blends the two songs, available on a promo only release.

July 7 2010

  • Removed the Craig Pruess song You Are The One. Craig Pruess himself confirmed that Cliff is not on this song.

June 22 2010

  • Added the edited promo version of Lay All Your Love On Me (2001 - #20).

June 17 2010

  • Added several promo versions of songs from the Together With Cliff Richard album. There was a promo CD that featured a special edit of Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas and short excerpts of all other songs. (1982 - #8, 1988 - #34, 1989 - #83 and several songs between 1991 - #7 and #36)
  • Added the edited promo version of We Don't Talk Anymore (1979 - #16). It's an early fade version found on the USA promo 7" single.

June 16 2010

  • Due to recently found split stereos, separated the songs Sway, Magic Is The Moonlight and You Belong To My Heart into their split stereo and narrow stereo versions. (1964 - #73, #74, #76 and #77 and 1965 #2 and #3).

June 11 2010

  • Added the Edited 50th Anniversary Album Version of Saviour's Day (1989 - #83), an early fade version of the song.
  • Removed the recently added Tony Rivers song The Shape I'm In Tonight. According to Tony Rivers himself, Cliff is not on this song. (The jury is still out on the recently added Craig Pruess song.)

June 9 2010

  • Added the Cilla Black duet The Look Of Love/Walk On By (1969 - #38) available on the 2009 The Definitive Collection (A Live In Music) set.
  • Removed the recently added stereo versions of True, True Lovin', Say You're Mine and the EP version of Wonderful To Be Young. Apparently I was given some misinformation and the stereo version of this LP does not exist.

June 7 2010

  • Added the Tony Rivers song The Shape I'm In Tonight (1979 - #31) and the Craig Pruess songs Too Beautiful To Cry and You Are The One (1982 - $47 & #48). Cliff provided backing vocals on these songs.
  • Added the stereo versions of True, True Lovin' (1964 - #11), Say You're Mine (1963 - #66) and the EP version of Wonderful To Be Young (1962 - #96). These all appeared on a 1964 German LP called Cliff And The Shadows Forever.

June 4 2010

  • Added the Aleksander Meek songs Prijatelju and Vodna Pot (1989 - #86 & #87) for which Cliff did backing vocals.

June 1 2010

  • Added several several live songs from the Access All Areas: The Tour 1992 video release (1992 - #43 to #72).

May 27, 2010

  • Added several alternate versions of Together With Cliff Richard performances from the video release. The video was filmed with Cliff lip-synching to the studio recordings, but there are several unique element to these version. (Various songs from 1991 #5 to #26).

May 25, 2010

  • Changed the format for the 1990s and 2000s song list pages. Finally done!

May 23, 2010

  • Changed the format for the 1980s song list page.

May 20, 2010

  • Changed the format for the 1970s song list page.

May 15, 2010

  • Added the songs Wired For Sound (Extended Video Version) (Wembley Stadium, London - June 16 & 17 1989) (1989 - #74) and We Don't Talk Anymore (Reprise) (Extended Video Version) (Wembley Stadium, London - June 16 & 17 1989) (1989 - #76). These are slight variations found on the video releases. >

May 14, 2010

  • Changed the format for the 1960s song list page. Hopefully the rest of the decades will go much quicker, now.

April 13, 2010

  • Added the songs Peace In Our Time (Cliff's TV Edit) (1993 - #23) and Lean On You (Radio Edit) (1989 - #21), both unique edits found on promo only items.

April 8, 2010

  • Changed the format for the 1950s song list page. I'll be changing all song list pages to this format as time permits. Stay tuned.

April 6, 2010

  • Added the song We Say Yeah (Edited Movie Version) (1961 - #83), a brief edit that appeared on the 1989 Thank You Very Much videotape.

April 3, 2010

  • Added the songs Devil Woman (Edited Version) (London Palladium - March 4 1978), Do You Wanna Dance (London Palladium - March ? 1978), Move It (London Palladium - March ? 1978), Willie And The Hand Jive (London Palladium - March ? 1978), All Shook Up (London Palladium - March ? 1978), Why Should The Devil Have All The Good Music (London Palladium - March ? 1978) and End Of The Show (London Palladium - March ? 1978) (1978 - #34 to $40). All these appeared on the 1989 Thank You Very Much videotape as well, with the version of Devil Woman being an edit the March 4 performance and all others being completely different (from the audio LP/CD) performances from an unknown date.

March 13, 2010

  • Added the song Young Ones, The (Edited Version) (London Palladium - March 4 1978) (1978 - #33) that appeared on the 1989 Thank You Very Much videotape.

February 25, 2010

  • Added the songs Turn Me Loose (Edit of 1959 Oh Boy! TV Show Version 2) (1959 - #34) and Love (Edited Movie Version) (1960 - #9) that appeared on the 1989 Thank You Very Much videotape. [Editor's Note: Adding tracks from this videotape is going to be a slow process because of all the various edits and track interruptions.]

February 16, 2010

  • Changed Healing Love (7" Harding & Curnow Remix) to Healing Love (7" Harding & Curnow Mix) (1993 - #27) as that's how it is written on the single.

February 8, 2010

  • Added the songs Living Doll (Morecambe and Wise Show performance) (1973 - #18) and Living Doll (Unidentified Noel Edmonds TV show) (1982 - #47). These saw official release on Cliff's The Video Connection videotape in 1983.

February 5, 2010

  • Added the song Stronger Than That (Radio Edit) (1989 - #28), which is a unique version of the song.

February 4, 2010

  • Changed the song Spider Man (Edited USA Version) to Spider Man (Edited Promo Version) (1977 - #14). Turns out this edit came from a promo EP issued in early 1977 and it was this edited version that ended up on the USA LP.

February 2, 2010

  • Added the songs You've Lost That Loving Feeling (Edited Version) (Tokyo, Japan - October 1974) and Power To All Our Friends (Edited Version) (Tokyo, Japan - October 1974) from the 2009 reissue of Japan Tour '74. These songs are slightly edited from the original release.
  • Changed the format title for the 1975 (released) Japanese tour album from The Japan Tour to the correct Japan Tour '74.

January 28, 2010

  • Added the song Living Doll (Edited Applause Version) (Tokyo, Japan - September 1972) (1972 - #85) from the Mail On Sunday promo CD.

January 21, 2010

  • Added the songs Apache (Mix 2) and Apache (Mix 3) (1960 - #63 & #64) by The Shadows. These are slightly different mixes of the original song.

January 20, 2010

  • Added the song Where You Are (Sydney, Australia - November 1984) (1984 - #65) from the Rock In Australia videotape. It was inadvertantly omitted from the previous entry.

January 18, 2010

  • Added the songs from the Rock In Australia videotape and other unreleased tracks from that concert (1984 - #45 to #73).

January 13, 2010

  • Added the song What D'You Know, We've Got A Show (1961 - #71), which is an edit of the version from the original The Young Ones LP without the Vaudeville Routine section.
  • Added the songs The Shrine On The Second Floor (Edited Promo Version) (1960 - #10), Got A Funny Feeling (Edited Alternate Take 30 Version) (1962 - #71), Gypsy Bundle (Edited Promo Version) (1995 - #15) and Dream Tomorrow (Edited Promo Version) (1995 - #16). These are edits only available on a promo cassette called Cliff Richard At Tower.

January 7, 2010

  • Added several Cliff and Shadows songs from the Together - Cliff Richard & The Shadows 1984 videotapes (1984 #11 to #33). I will be adding all the video releases in the coming weeks.

January 5, 2010

  • Changed the song One For All to The One For All and moved it from the beginning of 1980 to the end of 1981 (1981 - #47). A bit more was learned about the song, taken from Garth's Under The Influence album (where it was not sung as a duet), but this duet performance is from an as yet unidentified Gospel TV show.

January 4, 2010

  • Changed the song I Will Follow You (Mission England - June 28 1985) to I Will Follow You (Mission England - July 6 1984) (1984 - #34). The date was wrong on first entry.

December 25, 2009

  • Added the Garth Hewitt song Dawn Down In Durban (1981 - #46) for which Cliff did backing vocals.

December 13, 2009

  • Added the song I Will Follow You (Mission England - June 28 1985) (1985 - #7).

November 29, 2009

  • Added the song One Singular Sensation (The Brighton Centre - June 1998) (1998 - #6) for which Cliff was in the group of singers.

November 13, 2009

  • Removed the Garth Hewitt song The Holy One (Has Crossed The River) and replaced it with Goodbye To All The Heroes (1978 - #63). I had credited the incorrect song with Cliff's participation the first time I added it.

November 11, 2009

  • Rearranged the Oh Boy! tracks to reflect the order they appeared on the album (1958 - #22 to #28). For some reason, I had them in the wrong order before.

November 1, 2009

  • Added a new page (or set of pages) analyzing all of Cliff's UK singles. It can be found HERE.

October 8, 2009

  • Changed the song Two To The Power to Two To The Power Of Love (1984 - #8). A lot of confusion over the exact title, but the only place it's listed without the "Of Love" part is the 7" and 12" record sleeves. The records themselves, including the albums, list the full title and I consider that to be more correct. As far as I can tell, it also charted in the UK charts under the shorter title.

October 7, 2009

  • Changed the song Lonely When The Light Go On to the correct Lonely When The Lights Go On (plural "Lights") (1983 - #9). Just correcting a typo.

September 22, 2009

  • Removed the song The Wedding (Live) (1995 - #17). This song was added to the database upon bad information. It does not exist on the Hobson's Choice CD, which uses the single version instead.
  • Added the songs The Best Of Me (Edited 50th Anniversary Album Version) singles (1989 - #28), From A Distance (Edited 50th Anniversary Album Version) (Wembley Stadium, London - June 16 & 17 1989) (1989 - #72), Peace In Our Time (Edited 50th Anniversary Album Version) (1993 - #23), What Car (Edited 50th Anniversary Album Version) (2004 - #55) and 21st Century Christmas (Edited 50th Anniversary Album Version) (2006 - #9). For unknown reasons, several of the tracks from the 50th Anniversary Album were slightly edited, fading as much as 10 seconds early.

September 20, 2009

  • Changed the format title for I Could Be Persuaded (2004 - #56) from Unreleased to Anthology, Vol. 1. The song was finally released.
  • Added the new Cliff Richard and The Shadows tracks from the Reunited album and the Singing The Blues singles (2009 - #1 to #28).

September 19, 2009

  • Added several Dave Pope tracks produced by Cliff Richard on his Sail Away LP (1978 - #53 to #62).
  • Added the Aleksander song Days Go By (1974 - #24). Cliff provided backing vocals on this song.
  • Changed the release title for Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall from Love Is Forever to the correct Finders Keepers (1965 - #16). It was in error due to a copy-n-paste error.
  • Added the songs Little Town (Together With Cliff Richard Version) and Little Town (Edited 50th Anniversary Album Version) (1982 - #15 and #16). These are a different mix and edit respectively from the original version.

September 11, 2009

  • Added the Darren Day song Summer Holiday Medley (1996 - #39), which features Cliff on backing vocals on all the songs of the medley.
  • Added the Garth Hewitt song Red Hot And Cooking (1982 - #42) and the Marietta songs You're Only Lonely and Do You Wanna Dance (Marietta Version) (1982 - #43 & #44). Cliff did backing vocals on these songs.
  • Added the song The Day That I Stop Loving You (Radio Edit) (2004 - #54). This version is only available on the UK download single.

September 9, 2009

  • Changed all references to the song I Can't Ask For Anything More Than You to the correct I Can't Ask For Anymore Than You (1976 - #31 & #40).

September 4, 2009

  • Added the song Seven Days To A Holiday (Alternate Version) (1966 - #51). In this version, first appearing on the At The Movies... set, a portion of the song is replaced with film dialog.
  • Added the B. A. Robertson song Son Of A Gunn (1982 - #41) to which Cliff provided backing vocals.
  • Added the Richard Loring songs Never Be Anyone Else But You (Richard Loring Version), Confidential, Loving You, Wonderful Summer and Are You Sincere (1977 - #22 to #26). Cliff is known to have done some production on these songs.
  • Removed the songs Guys And Dolls, Racing Car, Golden Earrings and Dennis Weaver. I'm pretty sure that those were just bad information.
  • Added the The Brian Bennett Band song C'mon Everybody (1977 - #21).
  • Added the Radio Luxembourg songs Friendly Persuasion (Thee I Love) and Mystery Train (1961 - #104 and #105).

September 2, 2009

  • Added the Bryn Haworth songs Standing On The Rock and Luxury Liner (1979 - #29 and #30). Cliff provided backing vocals on these songs.
  • Added the Garth Hewitt songs Memories, The Holy One (Has Crossed The River) and All The Time (1978 - #53, #54 and #55). Cliff provided backing vocals on these songs.

August 29, 2009

  • Changed the artist for Had To Be (Live) (Single Version) (1995 - #15) from Cliff and Olivia Newton-John to just Cliff. There is no duet singer on this track (although there are some rather prominent male backing vocals).

August 24, 2009

  • Added the Garth Hewitt songs I Can Hear Love and Come Out Fighting (1980 - #5 and #6). Cliff produced these songs as well.
  • Added the song This New Year (Edited Single Version) (1991 - #14).

August 22, 2009

  • Added the Network 3 songs Last Train Home, Lifeline, Dangerous Game and Come Go With Me (1981 - #1 to #4). Cliff produced these songs.
  • Added the Brian Bennett Band song The Girls Back Home (1977 - #20). Cliff provided backing vocals only for this song.
  • Added the Allan Shiers songs Good On The Sally Army and School Days (1975 - #9 and #10). Cliff produced these songs.
  • Added the Pat Carroll song To The Sun (1972 - #88). Cliff provided backing vocals only for this song.
  • Added the Brian James song It Just Happened That Way (1968 - #9). Cliff co-wrote this song, but he did not perform it.
  • Added the Patti Brooks song I Love You, I Need You (1962 - #33). Cliff wrote this song specifically for Patti Brook, but he did not perform it.
  • Added the song Healing Love (7" Harding & Curnow Remix) (1993 - #27).

August 20, 2009

  • Added the Shadows song Apache (1960 - #61). Cliff played Chinese drum on the track.
  • Added the Cherry Wainer song Happy Like A Bell (Ding Dong) (1960 - #60). Cliff wrote this song and provided some backing vocals.

August 11, 2009

  • Added the Shadows song With A Hmm-Hmm On My Knee (1967 - #22). Cliff wrote this song, but he did not perform it.

August 10, 2009

  • Changed the song title Unknown Title - Mireille Mathieu Duet to A Man And A Woman (1968 - #67).

August 9, 2009

  • Added the Shadows songs Some Are Lonely and ~Some Are Lonely (Alternate Take) (1962 - #113 and #114). Cliff wrote this song, but he did not perform it.

August 7, 2009

  • Added the Gordon Giltrap song Misunderstood Man/Be With Me Always (1998 - #1) for which Cliff did some backing vocals.
  • Added the Barratt Waugh songs Songbird and Lucie (1999 - #13 & #14) for which Cliff did some backing vocals.
  • Added the songs Great Balls Of Fire (The Brighton Centre - June 1998), All That Matters (The Brighton Centre - June 1998) and Living Doll (The Brighton Centre - June 1998) (1998 - #3 to #5).
  • Changed the release title for Dynamite (Alternate Unknown Take) (1959 - #44) from the original Dutch Travellin' Light single to the 1962 Dutch Time To Rock! LP. Seems I was mistaken and this date/LP was the actual first appearance of this alternate version.

August 5, 2009

  • Added the Darren Day songs On The Beach (Darren Day Version), Do You Wanna Dance (Darren Day Version), In The Country (Darren Day Version) and I Could Easily Fall (In Love With You) (Darren Day Version) (1996 - #35 to #38). Cliff provides backing vocals on these tracks.

August 3, 2009

  • Added the songs 40 Golden Greats Sampler #1 to 40 Golden Greats Sampler #4 (1977 - #20 to #23). These are medleys only available on a promo EP.

July 23, 2009

  • Added the remaining Cliff Richard produced songs on Garth Hewitt's Did He Jump... Or Was He Pushed? album (1979 - #18 to #28).
  • Added the Garth Hewitt and Cliff Richard duet One For All (1980 - #1). It's a song that is available on the bootleg market, but its origins are unidentified.

June 16, 2009

  • Added the song My Kinda Life (Edited Single Version) (1977 - #13).

June 11, 2009

  • Changed the release title for November Night from Songs album to the original release album Words & Music (1998 - #1).

April 14, 2009

  • Changed the songs Rock And Roll Shoes to Hang Up Your Rock And Roll Shoes (1961 - #90) and Anyone Sweeter Than You to Sweeter Than You (1961 - #99). There is reasonable confidence that these unreleased tunes described in The Complete Chronicles are these particular songs.

March 25, 2009

  • Changed the tracks for the following titles with dates in the subtitle: all Cliff Live In Korea tracks (1969 - #59 to #76), all Cliff "Live" In Japan '72 tracks (1972 - #66 to #84), all Help It Along tracks (1973 - #32 to #50), all The Japan Tour tracks (1974 - #80 to #105), Miss You Nights (Australia, November 1984) to Miss You Nights (Australia - November 1984) (1984 - #21), Living Doll (Shaftesbury Avenue, April 1986) to Living Doll (Shaftesbury Avenue - April 1986) (1986 - #16), all The Event tracks (1989 - #30 to #70), I Love You (Pebble Mill, September 7 1991) to I Love You (Pebble Mill - September 7 1991) (1991 - #15), Twelfth Of Never, The (Royal Albert Hall, September 1998) to Twelfth Of Never, The (Royal Albert Hall - September 1998) (1998 - #22), Move It (Royal Albert Hall, September 1998) to Move It (Royal Albert Hall - September 1998) (1998 - #23), Millennium Prayer, The (Cardiff Millenium Stadium, January 2, 2000) to Millennium Prayer, The (Cardiff Millenium Stadium - January 2, 2000) (2000 - #1), all World Tour tracks (2003 - #2 to #29), all Live And Kicking tour tracks (2004 - #1 to #30) and finally What Car (Leeds Castle, July 25, 2004) to What Car (Leeds Castle - July 25, 2004) (2004 - #31). Perhaps this is all a bit pedantic, but I'm just trying to make the "venue - date" subtitle structure as consistent as possible.

March 23, 2009

  • Changed 'D' In Love (The Rock 'N' Roll Years 1958-1963 Version) to 'D' In Love (Count-In Version) (1960 - #53).
  • Changed the following titles with dates in the subtitle: Twenty Flight Rock (Rock 'n' Roll Ballroom 8/1958) to Twenty Flight Rock (Rock 'n' Roll Ballroom - August 1958) (1958 - #8), Breathless (Rock 'n' Roll Ballroom 8/1958) to Breathless (Rock 'n' Roll Ballroom - August 1958) (1958 - #10), I Got A Woman (Rock 'n' Roll Ballroom 8/1958) to I Got A Woman (Rock 'n' Roll Ballroom - August 1958) (1958 - #14), Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On (Rock 'n' Roll Ballroom 8/1958) to Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On (Rock 'n' Roll Ballroom - August 1958) (1958 - #16), Apron Strings (Abbey Road 2/1959) to Apron Strings (Abbey Road - February 1959) (1959 - #6), Move It (Abbey Road 2/1959) to Move It (Abbey Road - February 1959) (1959 - #12), Don't Bug Me Baby (Abbey Road 2/1959) to Don't Bug Me Baby (Abbey Road - February 1959) (1959 - #15), Do You Wanna Dance (ABC Kingston 1962) to Do You Wanna Dance (ABC Kingston - March 7 1962) (1962 - #2), My Blue Heaven (ABC Kingston 1962) to My Blue Heaven (ABC Kingston - March 7 1962) (1962 - #4), Razzle Dazzle (ABC Kingston 1962) to Razzle Dazzle (ABC Kingston - March 7 1962) (1962 - #5), When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart (ABC Kingston 1962) to When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart (ABC Kingston - March 7 1962) (1962 - #8) and finally We Say Yeah (ABC Kingston 1962) to We Say Yeah (ABC Kingston - March 7 1962) (1962 - #11). More to come.

March 20, 2009

  • Changed the following titles with dates in the subtitle so that the dates are spelled out. This is to eliminate any confusion regarding date/month interpretations: It's No Secret (London's Earls Court 6/16/1966) to It's No Secret (London's Earls Court - June 16 1966) (1966 - #7), all the Cliff In Japan tracks (1967 - #76 to #99), all of the Cliff Live At The Talk Of The Town tracks (1968 - #20 to #36), the 10th Way To Life Rally tracks (1975 - #3 to #5), the Thank You Very Much tracks (1978 - #15 to #32), Yes He Lives (Odell, Bedfordshire, 8/26/1979) to Yes He Lives (Odell, Bedfordshire - August 26 1979) (1979 - #1), the 1981 Apollo, Savoy Theatre and Hammersmith Odeon concert songs (1981 - #1 to #30), the Dressed For The Occasion tracks (1982 - #24 to #40), the 1990 Knebworth songs (1990 - #4 to #16), the Wimbledon performances (1996 - #31 to #34), and the Silver Celebration songs (1997 - #2 to #19). I may change the other titles that use the (venue - date) subtitling to be consistent (using a dash and no commas) in the future, but that's just a nitpick. We'll see.
  • Changed Since I Lost You (Congratulations To Cliff Version) to Since I Lost You (Undubbed Version) (1962 - #29) and It's In Every One Of Us (The Singles Collection Version) to It's In Every One Of Us (Undubbed Version) (1986 - #10). Call me fickle, but I just liked those descriptions better.

March 16, 2009
-Changed the titles of songs that are slightly different versions including a song's count-in. These include changing Thinking Of Our Love (The Rock 'N' Roll Years 1958-1963 Version) to Thinking Of Our Love (Count-In Version) (1960 - #22), Spanish Harlem (The Rock 'N' Roll Years 1958-1963 Version) to Spanish Harlem (Count-In Version) (1962 - #26), Since I Lost You (The Rock 'N' Roll Years 1958-1963 Version) to Since I Lost You (Count-In Version) (1962 - #28), Razzle Dazzle (The Rock 'N' Roll Years 1958-1963 Version) to Razzle Dazzle (Undubbed Version) (1962 - #77) and finallyOn The Beach (Cliff Richard At The Movies 1959-1974 Version) to On The Beach (Count-In Version) (1964 - #27). This is a slight change from my earlier policy for song subtitles, but I was never too happy with the cumbersome subtitling. Expect more changes to come for this.

March 11, 2009
-Added the songs On The Beach (Stereo Version) and On The Beach (Edited Stereo Version) (1964 - #25 and #26). The original stereo release contains the sounds of Cliff clearing his throat (missing from the mono version) and this was edited out for the 2005 remaster of the Wonderful Life soundtrack.

February 25, 2009
-Added a new page thanking the kind folks who have helped me in the development of this site. It can be found HERE.

February 13, 2009
-Added a new page for Cliff songs that have never had a digital release. It can be found HERE.

February 10, 2009
-Changed the title for Living Doll (Shaftsbury Avenue, April 1986) to Living Doll (Shaftesbury Avenue, April 1986), correcting the slight misspelling.
-Added the unreleased song Nothin' Shakin' (But The Leaves On The Trees) (1959 - #22).

January 28, 2009
-Changed the song Sweet Loving Ways to Sweet Lovin' Ways (1973 - #18) as it is listed on the ...And They Said It Wouldn't Last! {My 50 Years In Music} set.
-Added the songs All My Love (Alternate Take 1) (1967 - #69), Day I Met Marie, The (Alternate Take 1) (1967 - #46), Love Of My Life (1974 - #20), Song Of Yesterday (1974 - #21) and Honky Tonk Angel (Alternate Take) (1975 - #7). Thanks EMI!
-Changed the format and title for the song Words (1967 - #43) to the ...And They Said It Wouldn't Last! {My 50 Years In Music} set since they were previously unreleased and now they're not. Thanks EMI!

January 27, 2009
-Added the song Carrie (Edited Single Version) (1979 - #14).

January 14, 2009
-Changed the Party At The Palace songs (2002 - #1 to #3) with a tag of a February 26th date to a June 3rd date. I'd gotten the wrong date of the concert the first time.
-Add the songs All You Need Is Love (Queen's Golden Jubilee, London - June 3, 2002) and Hey Jude (Queen's Golden Jubilee, London - June 3, 2002) (2002 - #4 & #5). Cliff did some uncredited backing vocals on these songs.

January 8, 2009
-Changed the format and title for the following songs to the ...And They Said It Wouldn't Last! {My 50 Years In Music} set since they were previously unreleased and now they're not. Thanks EMI!

Deep Purple (1965 - #13)
I Love You The Way You Are (1965 - #53)
The Letter (1967 - #69)
If I Do (1968 - #52)
Note In A Bottle (1968 - #53)
No Name No Fame (1969 - #55)
Love Is Like A Crescendo (1969 - #56)
Postmark Heaven (1969 - #57)
When You Are There (1969 - #58)
A Sad Song With A Happy Soul (1970 - #21)
'Cause I Believe In Loving (1971 - #50)
I (Who Have Nothing) (1971 - #51)
Run For Shelter (1972 - #63)
Sweet Loving Ways (1973 - #18)

January 2, 2009
-Added the songs I Wish We'd All Been Ready (Edited Album Version) (1978 - #13) and Free (Access All Areas Tour 1992 - Edited Version) (1993 - #19). These are two slightly edited versions (cut intros) on the ...And They Said It Wouldn't Last! {My 50 Years In Music} set.

December 31, 2008
-Changed all artists listings using the ampersand symbol ("&") to use the word "and" instead (e.g. "Cliff Richard & Grazina Frame" to "Cliff Richard and Grazina Frame"). This is across the entire database and too numerous to detail each title here.

November 25, 2008
-Changed the release title for It Came Upon A Midnight Clear, Sooner Or Later, A Spoonful Of Sugar, Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah and Chim Chim Cheree [(1967 - #53) and (1965 - #55 to #58) respectively] from "unreleased" to ...And They Said It Wouldn't Last! {My 50 Years In Music}.
-Added the songs Some Of These Days (Edited Version) (1962 - #73) and Never Knew What Love Could Do (Edited Version) (1966 - #24). These are tracks from the new ...And They Said It Wouldn't Last! {My 50 Years In Music} set that are slight edits from the original releases.
-Added the song Golden (2008 - #6).
-Added the song Look Up Look Down (Solo Version) (2008 - #4), a solo version of the Brdr. Olsen duet.
-Moved Los Jovenes from 2004 to 1999 (1999 - #6) as more information reveals that it's from that particular year. Also, changed the artist from Cliff Richard and Los Mustang to Los Mustang and Cliff Richard.

November 24, 2008
-Added the song What Car (Leeds Castle, July 25, 2004) from the What Car DVD single. [Note: to those who follow this site, I do plan eventually to add all the video releases as well at some point.]

November 20, 2008
-Changed the songs Che Cosa Farai Di Questo Mio Amore to Che Cosa Del Farai Mio Amore (1965 - #28). It is mistitled on the On The Continent set.

November 19, 2008
-Changed the song The Millennium Prayer (Songs Of Praise Version) to The Millennium Prayer (Cardiff Millenium Stadium, January 2, 2000) (2000 - #1). This is a live performance. Also changed the name of the album it's released on from simply Songs Of Praise to the complete Songs Of Praise - Songs From The Holy Land.
-Changed the artist for Different Is Beautiful (1999 - #3) from just Cliff Richard to Michelle Wolf, Cliff Richard, Coolio, Steve Lukather, Jennifer Paige, James Ingram, and Vincenzo La Scola.
-Changed the artist for If It Were Up To Me (Progression Version) (1999 - #2) from just Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard and Vincenzo La Scola.
-Changed the songs The Twelfth Of Never (Live) and Move It (Live) respectively to The Twelfth Of Never (Royal Albert Hall, September 1998) and Move It (Royal Albert Hall, September 1998) (1998 - #22 & #23). Also changed the artist for this live performance of The Twelfth Of Never from just Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard and Michelle Wolf.

November 11, 2008
-Changed all listings for Misunderstood Man from A Misunderstood Man to just Misunderstood Man. Both are correct, but listings without the "A" appear to be more common and most correct.
-Added the songs Pigeon (Edited Version) (1971 - #48) and The Old Accordion (Alternate Version) (1972 - #65). These are releases from the new ...And They Said It Wouldn't Last! {My 50 Years In Music} set that are slight variations of the true B-side versions.

October 31, 2008
-Changed the artist for We Being Many (1995 - #1) from "Cliff Richard & Helen Shapiro" to "Helen Shapiro & Cliff Richard". It's more properly her song first so she should get first billing.
-Changed the artist for This Love (1994 - #1) from "Cliff Richard & Tammy Wynette" to "Tammy Wynette & Cliff Richard". It's more properly her song first so she should get first billing.
-Changed the artist for That's What Friends Are For (1993 - #28) from "Cliff Richard & Cilla Black" to "Cilla Black & Cliff Richard". It's more properly her song first so she should get first billing.

October 30, 2008
-Added the songs Never Mind (Alternate Take 10) (1959 - #5),Dynamite (Alternate Take 4) (1959 - #44), Fall In Love With You (Alternate Take 21) (1960 - #11), Nine Times Out Of Ten (Alternate Take 6) (1960 - #20), I Love You (Alternate Take 10) (1960 - #51), Now's The Time To Fall In Love (Alternate Take) (1960 - #56), A Girl Like You (Alternate Take 2) (1961 - #37), and Poor Boy (Alternate Take 13) (1961 - #57). These are all newly released alternate songs from the new ...And They Said It Wouldn't Last! {My 50 Years In Music} set. [For those of you who follow this site, be patient while I add items from this boxed set. I'm doing it very slowly and very carefully to make sure I don't miss anything.]
-Changed released title for Michelle (1960 - #58) from "unreleased" to ...And They Said It Wouldn't Last! {My 50 Years In Music}.
-Changed the song Dynamite (Alternate Version) to Dynamite (Alternate Unknown Take) (1959 - #43) because it's really a whole different take, not a version of the other released alternate take.

October 28, 2008
-Added the song Whenever God Shines His Light (Edited Single Version) (1989 - #29).

October 21, 2008
-Changed the song I Can't Let You Go to the correct Can't Let You Go (1972 - #27).

October 17, 2008
-Added the songs from the The Case film: Friends (The Case Version), Move It (The Case Version), Medley: Good Old Rock And Roll/Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On/California Man/Do You Wanna Dance, Can't Let You Go (The Case Version), and Friends (Reprise) (The Case Version) (1972 - #87 to #92).
-Changed the Cliff and Olivia Newton-John duet Close To You to If I Was Close To You (1972 - #89). I really have no idea if that's correct as I can only rely on hearing the song in the film itself and the film gives no credits for the song.
-Added the song The Millennium Prayer (Instrumental) (1999 - #8).

October 16, 2008
-Changed the songs We Don't Talk Anymore (7" Remix) to We Don't Talk Anymore (PWL 7" Remix), We Don't Talk Anymore (12" Remix) to We Don't Talk Anymore (PWL 12" Remix), and We Don't Talk Anymore (Remix 1991) to We Don't Talk Anymore (PWL Remix 1991) (1990 - #18 to #20). This makes the origins of the songs much more clear as they were not remixes of the original recording, but a whole new recording.

October 15, 2008
-Changed the artist for We Don't Talk Anymore (Reprise) (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989) (1989 - #68) from Cliff Richard to "The Band" because Cliff didn't actually perform on the track.
-Changed Baby, I Could Be So Good At Loving You (The Cliff Richard Show Version) to Baby I Could Be So Good At Loving You (The Cliff Richard Show Version) (1975 - #53), Choppin' And Changin' (1959 Oh Boy! TV Show) to Choppin' 'N' Changin' (1959 Oh Boy! TV Show) (1959 - #23), The Faithful One (World Youth Day - August, 2005) to Faithful One (World Youth Day - August, 2005) (2005 - #8), Hope, Faith, And You (Wembley Conference Centre, 10/21/1997) to Hope Faith And You (Wembley Conference Centre, 10/21/1997) (1997 - #15), Shake Rattle And Roll (It's Cliff Richard March 13, 1971) to Shake, Rattle And Roll (It's Cliff Richard March 13, 1971) (1971 - #35), Shake Rattle And Roll (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989) to Shake, Rattle And Roll (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989) (1989 - #56), Somewhere Over The Rainbow/Wonderful World (World Tour, 3/2003) to Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World (World Tour, 3/2003) (2003 - #4) and finally You've Got Me Wondering (My Kinda Life Version) to You Got Me Wondering (My Kinda Life Version) (1992 - #10). These all correct some minor punctuation problems.
-Added the song We Don't Talk Anymore (PWL Mix) (1990 - #17). This is the version on the original From A Distance ***** The Event album with audience noises at the beginning and end of the track, giving the impression that it's a live performance. It's actually the PWL mix, and the real live performance was later issued on the 2005 remaster CD.

October 7, 2008
-Changed the artists for Miss You Nights (A Capella) (1989 - #71) from just "Cliff Richard" to "Cliff Richard and Cora Cross Corona".
-Changed the song Fighter - Thief In The Night (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989) to Fighter/Thief In The Night (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989) (1989 - #65) as it is punctuated on the album.
-Changed the artists for Whenever God Shines His Light (1989 - #28) from "Cliff Richard & Van Morrison" to "Van Morrison with Cliff Richard" as it is listed on the original single.
-Changed the song I Could Easily (Fall In Love With You) (May 1988) to I Could Easily Fall (In Love With You) (May 1988) (1988 - #18), correcting the misplacement of the parentheses.

September 30, 2008
-Changed the song Why to Why? (1973 - #22). This reflects the question mark as on the original album.

September 29, 2008
-Added the Brdr. Olsen song Living Doll (Brdr. Olsen Version) (2008 - #3) as Cliff does backing vocals on the song.
-Changed the artist for Look Up Look Down (2008 - #2) from "Olsen Brothers and Cliff Richard" to "Brdr. Olsen and Cliff Richard" as it is spelled on their album.
-Changed the artist for We Don't Talk Anymore (Instrumental Reprise) (May 1988) (1988 - #31) from Cliff Richard to "The Band" as Cliff didn't really sing or perform on this concert song.

September 23, 2008
-Added a special Devil Woman song analysis page. It can be found HERE.
-Changed much of the layout of all pages, adding the navigation menu in the upper left hand corner and a links and "about me" page. There are lots of behind-the-scenes changes with this, so there may be a few minor technical glitches until it's all sorted out.

September 17, 2008
-Added the songs Look Up Look Down and Thank You For A Lifetime (2008 - #2 & #3). New Cliff songs!
-Changed the song Mobile Alabama School Leaving Hullaballoo to Mobile Alabama School Leaving Hullabaloo (1978 - #47), correcting the slight misspelling. Also changed the release title to the Thank You For A Lifetime single.

September 15, 2008
-Changed the artist for the song Slow Rivers (1984 - #9) from Cliff Richard & Elton John to Elton John & Cliff Richard. Technically Elton John should get first billing as Cliff guested on his song, not the other way around.
-Changed the artist for the song Two To The Power (1984 - #8) from Cliff Richard & Janet Jackson to Janet Jackson & Cliff Richard. Technically Janet Jackson should get first billing as Cliff guested on her song, not the other way around.
-Changed the song Not The Way It Should Be back to Not The Way That It Should Be (1968 - #38). This reflects the way it is written on the original Established 1958 LP, and apparently the way it's written on the remaster CD is incorrect.

September 11, 2008
-Added the song A Little In Love (Edited Single Version) (1980 - #17).

August 30, 2008
-Added the song Devil Woman (Edited Remix Version) (1976 - #54), which is a previously unknown remix/edit.

August 28, 2008
-Added information on the mono and stereo releases on the Mono Vs. Stereo page.
-Changed the artists for the 1982 Cliff and Phil Everly duets (1982 - #21 to #23) from Cliff Richard & Phil Everly to Phil Everly & Cliff Richard, giving Phil first billing since they first appeared on his LP using Phil's producers, not Cliff's.
-Changed the song It Has To Be You It Has To Be Me to It Has To Be You, It Has To Be Me (1982 - #7), correcting the punctuation to as it is on the original LP.

August 20, 2008
-Changed the song The Old Accordian to The Old Accordion (1972 - #64), correcting the misspelling.

August 18, 2008
-Changed the Garth Hewitt song Did He Jump to Did He Jump? (1979 - #17), reflecting the spelling on the original album. Also changed the name of the album from Did He Jump to the more complete Did He Jump... Or Was He Pushed?.
-Changed You've Got Me Wondering to You Got Me Wondering (1977 - #4). This is how it is listed on the original UK LP, although both spellings are used on various rereleases of the song.
-Moved the unknown Cliff and Olivia Newton-John song For All We Know from 1971 to the 1972 It's Cliff Richard listings (1972 - #56). The source has been identified.

August 17, 2008
-Changed the artists for Suddenly (1980 - #3) from Cliff Richard & Olivia Newton-John to Olivia Newton-John & Cliff Richard. This is from Olivia's film and Olivia is supposed to get first billing.
-Changed the format title for Yes He Lives (Odell, Bedfordshire, 8/26/1979) (1979 - #1) from Green Belt Live! to the correct Greenbelt Live!.
-Changed the song Alright It's Alright to Alright, It's Alright (1976 - #51), correcting the punctuation as on the original album.

August 6, 2008
-Added the songs Twelfth Of Never, The (It's Cliff Richard January 9, 1971), Sunny Honey Girl (It's Cliff Richard January 9, 1971) and Visions (It's Cliff Richard January 9, 1971) (1971 - #8, #11 & #12). One of these days I'm going to do a lot more to clean up the TV and unreleased material, but for right now I'm doing what I can.

August 5, 2008
-Changed the album title for Love Never Gives Up (Wembley, 4/19/1975) (1975 - #3) from 10th Way Of Life to the correct 10th Way To Life Rally.

August 4, 2008
-Changed the artist for Sing A Song Of Freedom (Reprise) (Tokyo, Japan 10/1974) (1974 - #99) from Cliff Richard to Barrie Guard Orchestra and Band. Cliff doesn't sing on this song as it's just a short, instrumental reprise.
-Changed the song Rolling On A Rover to Proud Mary (The Cliff Richard Show Version) (1974 - #76). It is assumed that "Rolling On A Rover" was a mistake and the person who provided this information meant "Rolling On A River", which is a common mistitle for the song Proud Mary.
-Changed the songs Good Times (Better Times) (Korea 10/1969) to Good Times (Korea 10/1969) (1969 - #63) and Good Times (Better Times) (The Cliff Richard Show Version) to Good Times (The Cliff Richard Show Version) (1974 - #57) to reflect the nomenclature from the original single.
-Changed the song Gut Da Es Freunde Gibt to Gut, Da Es Freunde Gibt (1973 - #13) as that's how it's listed on the original German single.
-Changed the song Come Back Billie Joe to Come Back Billie Jo (1973 - #2) as that's how it's listed on the original UK single.
-Changed the song Brand New Song to A Brand New Song (1972 - #83) as that's how it's listed on the original UK single.

July 30, 2008
-Added the songs My Head Goes Around (It's Cliff Richard January 2, 1971), I (Who Have Nothing) (It's Cliff Richard January 2, 1971) and Visions (It's Cliff Richard January 2, 1971) (1971 - #1, #3 & #6).

July 29, 2008
-Changed the song Mr. Cloud to Mister Cloud (1971 - #42) as it is listed on the original single.

July 28, 2008
-Changed the song Baby I'ma Want You to the correctly punctuated Baby I'm-a Want You (1972 - #35).
-Changed the song I Got You Baby to I Got You Babe (1972 - #11).
-Changed the song What Are You Gonna Name to Mary What You Gonna Name That Pretty Little Baby (It's Cliff Richard Version) (1972 - #3).
-Changed the songs Lass Uns Schnell Vergessen to La Uns Schnell Vergessen (1970 - #32) and Gut Dass Es Freunde Gibt to Gut Da Es Freunde Gibt (1973 - #4). These songs properly use the German Eszett letter (""), rather than the "ss".

July 25, 2008
-Added several new songs for the May 1988 Live & Guaranteed 1988! concert in Denmark and rearranged the tracks to reflect the actual setlist performance order. These are far too many tracks to list here, but the include titles for 1988 from #4 to #31. (Thanks Bjarne!)

July 24, 2008
-Changed the song Vaudeville Routine to What D'You Know, We've Got A Show & Vaudeville Routine (1961 - #65) and Vaudeville Routine (Movie Version) to What D'You Know, We've Got A Show & Vaudeville Routine (Movie Version) (1961 - #75). This is how the song is written on the original LP cover. It makes sense giving that What D'You Know, We've Got A Show is the main song that bookends a long series of vaudeville numbers.

July 23, 2008
-Changed the song I'm Moving On to the correctly punctuated I'm Movin' On (1971 - #19).
-Changed the song Dance To The Guitar Man to the correctly titled (Dance With The) Guitar Man (1971 - #9).

July 18, 2008
-Changed the artist for all the tracks for the Cliff Live In Korea album (1968 - #59 to #76) from Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard and The Shadows. Although Bruce Welch had left the band at this point, the band without Bruce and including Alan Hawkshaw were billing themselves as The Shadows on this tour.

July 17, 2008
-Changed the artist for What's Behind The Eyes Of Mary (1968 - #43) from Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard and The Shadows.

July 12, 2008
-Changed the unreleased song I Who Have Nothing to just I (Who Have Nothing) (1971 - #44), correcting the parenthezation.
-Changed the song Good Times (Better Times) to just Good Times (1969 - #29) as that's how it is listed on the original UK single.
-Changed the song Congratulations Reprise (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968) to Congratulations (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968) (1968 - #34). It's not really a reprise, but a full performance of the song.
-Changed the artist for Bows And Fanfare (Instrumental) (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968) (1968 - #33) and Finale (Congratulations) (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968) (1968 - #36) from Cliff Richard to The Talk Of The Town Orchestra. Cliff did not sing or perform on these live songs at the Talk of the Town concert.

July 11, 2008
-Changed the song I Who Have Nothing (BBC 1968) to I (Who Have Nothing) (BBC 1968) (1968 - #78), correcting the punctuation.
-Changed the spelling of the Hier 1st Cliff to the correct Hier Ist Cliff (1968 - #54 to #65), correcting the mistitle (changing the "1" (one) to an "I").
-Changed the song Not The Way That It Should Be to Not The Way It Should Be (1968 - #38), correcting a slight mistitle.

July 2, 2008
-Changed the song High And Dry to High 'N' Dry (1968 - #2), correcting the punctuation in the title as on the original single.
-Changed the song For Emily Whenever I Find Her to For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her (1967 - #72), correcting a slight error in the title.
-Changed the artist for Boom Boom (That's How My Heart Beats) (1965 - #4) from just Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard and The Shadows.

July 1, 2008
-Changed the song I'll Come Running (Tokyo, Japan 10/18/1967) to I'll Come Runnin' (Tokyo, Japan 10/18/1967) (1967 - #88), correcting the puntuation.
-Changed the song Es Ist Nicht Gut Allein Zu Sein to Es Ist Nicht Gut, Allein Zu Sein (1967 - #62), adding the comma as on the original single. Minor, I know, but I do strive for accuracy.

June 24, 2008
-Added the song I'll Come Runnin' (Alternate Stereo Take) (1967 - #18).

June 23, 2008
-Changed the song 23rd Psalm to 23rd Psalm (Crimond) (1967 - #26). This song is labeled differently on different releases, but this is the most correct title based upon the original Good News album release.

June 18, 2008
-Changed the title for the Sheila Walsh album from Dont Hide your Heart to Don't Hide Your Heart (1985 - #1 to #6), correcting the grammar error.
-Changed the song Non Dimenticar Chi Ti Arna to Non Dimenticare Chi Ti Ama (1969 - #33), correcting a misspelling.

June 14, 2008
-Moved the songs Long Ago (And Far Away), Have I Told You Lately That I Love You and Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall to the earlier 1965 The Time In Between sessions (1965 - #14 to #16). These songs were recorded in Lisbon, just before the When In Rome sessions.
-Changed the song It's All Over (Extended Album Version) to It's All Over (Extended Stereo Version) (1966 - #26). It was determined that this extended version is on the stereo version only. Also changed the song's artists from Cliff and the Shadows to just Cliff.

June 11, 2008
-Added the songs Some People (The Dame Edna Experience Version) (1987 - #29) and I Could Easily Fall (In Love With You) (The Dame Edna Experience Duet Version) (1987 - #30) as performed live on the The Dame Edna Experience TV show.

May 23, 2008
-Added the song Willie And The Hand Jive (Alternate Take Version) (1960 - #13). This is an alternate take only found on the 1998 Australian boxed set 40th Anniversary Complete.

May 20, 2008
-Added the new song Find A Little Faith (2008 - #1) by Cliff and Olivia Newton-John.

May 8, 2008
-Added the song Do You Wanna Dance (Alternate Stereo Version) (1961 - #104). It was discovered that the stereo version is slightly diffferent from the mono version.

May 2, 2008
-Changed the song Blowing In The Wind to the correctly named Blowin' In The Wind. (1965 - #37)
-Changed the artist for The Night (1965 - #35) from just Cliff Richard to Richard, Cliff and The Shadows. (Thanks for this one Brian!)

April 29, 2008
-Changed the song Na Voce, 'Na Chitarra, E'o Poco 'E Lunu to Na Voce, 'Na Chitarra, E'o Poco 'E Luna (1965 - #27), correcting a slight misspelling.

April 25, 2008
-Added a link to John Panteny's historic Cliff Richard and Shadows discography.

January 17, 2008
-Changed the artist for Youth And Experience (1964 - #22) from just Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard and Mike Sammes.
-Added the song Anyone Who Had A Heart (Dionne Warwick 45th Anniversary Spectacular - January 26, 2006) (2006 - #1).

January 15, 2008
-Changed I'll Come Running to I'll Come Runnin' (1967 - #17) and I Get The Feeling to I Get The Feelin' (1967 - #17). Minor, I know, but this is how the title is listed on the original single release.

January 14, 2008
-Changed On The Beach (Extended Version) to On The Beach (Cliff Richard At The Movies 1959-1974 Version) (1964 - #25). This is a more accurate description.

January 11, 2008
-Moved Do You Remember (Alternate Version) from 1964 (#26) to 1962 (#31). It was recorded much early than its Wonderful Life counterpart and belongs with the 32 Minutes And 17 Seconds With Cliff Richard sessions. I also removed "The Shadows" from the artist portion of the song as they did not play on it.

October 31, 2007
-Added the new 2007 Love... The Album songs Waiting For A Girl Like You, If You're Not The One, When I Need You, When You Say Nothing At All and All Out Of Love.
-Moved I Only Came To Say Goodbye from 1962 (#77) to 1964 (#5). Due to a typo, it was listed with the incorrect session.

October 19, 2007
-Added the song Razzle Dazzle (The Rock 'N' Roll Years 1958-1963 Version) (1962 - #75). This version includes the song's count-in at the beginning and cuts The Shadows' backing vocals.
-Added the song Summer Holiday (Alternate Stereo Version) (1962 - #43). It was discovered that the stereo version is shorter on the fade-out.

September 28, 2007
-Added a special page, analyzing Cliff's 100th single. It may not be what you think. It can be found HERE.

September 17, 2007
-Revised the Mono vs. Stereo page, explaining a lot of Cliff's recording techniques in the early years. It can be found HERE.

September 12, 2007
-Added the songs Hits Medley: Move It/The Young Ones/We Don't Talk Anymore (Royal Variety Performance - November 21, 2005), Miss You Nights (Royal Variety Performance - November 21, 2005), Wired For Sound (Royal Variety Performance - November 21, 2005) and Lucky Lips (Royal Variety Performance - November 21, 2005) (2005 - #12 to 15).
-Added the song I Cannot Give You My Love (Radio Edit) (2004 - #52). This is a unique version on a German promo CD only.

August 21, 2007
-Moved the song From This Day On (1963 - #14) from the 1962 32 Minutes And 17 Seconds With Cliff Richard to the It's All In The Game sessions since that's the correct session for it.
-Changed the artist for From This Day On (1963 - #14) from Cliff Richard and The Shadows to just Cliff Richard.

August 15, 2007
-Added the songs Since I Lost You (The Rock 'N' Roll Years 1958-1963 Version) and Since I Lost You (Congratulations To Cliff Version) (1962 - #28 & #29). These are both variations of the original version of the song.

August 5, 2007
-Changed the songs (It's) Wonderful To Be Young (1962 #60 to #61). There are several things to note about these changes. First off, the song first appeared in 1962 on the USA issued Wonderful To Be Young LP and Wonderful To Be Young 7" single. It was issued in the UK in 1964 on the A Forever Kind Of Love EP and retitled for unknown reasons to It's Wonderful To Be Young. Then when it appeared on the Cliff Richard At The Movies 1959-1974 CD, it was again retitled to (It's) Wonderful To Be Young. The reason for all these retitles is unknown, but I am going to use the original and probably most correct title of Wonderful To Be Young. In addition, it was discovered that the original USA version has a slight variation between the mono and stereo releases. And the release for the A Forever Kind Of Love EP was remixed with the strings being louder and possibly new.

July 30, 2007
-Changed the song Spanish Harlem (Rockin' With Cliff Richard Version) to Spanish Harlem (The Rock 'N' Roll Years 1958-1963 Version) (1962 - #26)as that collection is where this version of the song first appeared.

July 17, 2007
-Changed the song The Young Ones Medley: Lessons In Love/Got A Funny Feeling/The Young Ones to Young Ones Medley, The: Lessons In Love/Got A Funny Feeling/The Young Ones (1962 - #10), which simply moves the word "the" so that the song title will sort correctly.

July 10, 2007
-Changed the artist and "song" for Unknown Title - Rick Parfit Duet to Unknown Title - Rick Parfitt Duet (1983 - #42), correcting the misspelling of Rick Parfitt's name.

June 28, 2007
-Changed the song title for The Young Ones (Undubbed Version) to simply The Young Ones (1961 - #62) and changed what was originally The Young Ones to The Young Ones (Single Version) (1961 - #68). As it turns out, the undubbed version is the original version appearing on the original LPs and EP. For the single, an orchestra was added to sound similar to the film version. The single version became the hit and it appeared on all album releases since, rather than the album version.

May 23, 2007
-Revamped the layout for the TV appearances page. I think this is the best format yet and will probably be sticking to it (although the colors may change).

May 19, 2007
-Rearranged the 1958 Rock 'N' Roll Ballroom performances (1958 #8 to #16) to reflect the order in which they were performed.

May 11, 2007
-Moved the song Perfidia (English Version) (1962 - #73) from 1964 to 1962 as I had the original record year wrong. It was recorded December of 1961.

May 10, 2007
-Added the songs Hound Dog, I Got a Woman (Rock 'n' Roll Ballroom 8/1958) and Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On (Rock 'n' Roll Ballroom 8/1958) (1958 - #14 to #16).

May 4, 2007
-Added the songs Unchained Melody (Alternate South African LP Take) (1961 - #33) and We Kiss In A Shadow (Alternate Stereo Take) (1961 - #35).
-Changed the song What'd I Say (Alternate South African 78RPM Single Version) to What'd I Say (Alternate South African LP Take) (1961 - #30) to bring the subtitle more in line with the alternate Unchained Melody from the same source. Also changed the format title from The Rock 'N' Roll Years 1958-1963 to Listen To Cliff! (South Africa Issue Only).

May 2, 2007
-Changed all references to Cliff 'Live' At The Talk Of The Town to Cliff Live At The Talk Of The Town, removing the quotes around 'Live'. I think I picked that up from a discography, but with the acquisition of the recent remaster, it's clear the quotes are not present in the title.

May 1, 2007
-Added the song Wenn Du Lachst, Lacht Das Glck (Single Version) (1970 - #39). The version on the original Ich Trume Deine Trume album is a different and as yet unreleased on CD version. The version on the On The Continent set is the single version.

April 18, 2007
-Added the "song" Unknown Titles - Standards (2001 - #21). It is known that in 2001, Cliff was recording a record of standards that was abandoned.

April 4, 2007
-Added the songs 'D' In Love (The Rock 'N' Roll Years 1958-1963 Version) (1960 - #49). This version includes a bit of studio banter before the song begins.

April 3, 2007
-Added the songs I Cannot Find A True Love (Alternate Stereo Version), She's Gone (Alternate Stereo Version) and Gee Whiz It's You (Alternate Stereo Version) (1960 - #36, #37 & #42). Although these are all the same take/performance, they are all slightly different fade-outs from their mono counterparts. Curiously, there are several reports that the mono and stereo versions of Gee Whiz It's You are different takes, but this appears to be incorrect and they are the same take except for the fade out and the obvious mono/stereo differences.
-Changed all references to Gee Whiz It's You to the alternate spelling of Gee Whizz It's You. Although both spellings are acceptable, "Whiz" is the preferred spelling in the English language. Cliff's various releases of this song use both spellings, but the spelling used on the original LP label, single and sheet music are all "Whizz" (the original LP cover has "Whiz") so "Whizz" is deemed the most correct and the songwriter's intention.

March 27, 2007
-Added the songs Somewhere Over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World (Promo Version) and Love Me Tender (Promo Version) (2001 - #16 and #18). These two tracks from the advance 4-track Wanted sampler are different from the album counterparts.

March 22, 2007
-Added the songs We Don't Talk Anymore (World Youth Day - August, 2005), From A Distance (World Youth Day - August, 2005), What Car (World Youth Day - August, 2005), Lucky Lips (World Youth Day - August, 2005), Faithful One, The (World Youth Day - August, 2005), Why Should The Devil Have All The Good Music (World Youth Day - August, 2005) and Millennium Prayer, The (World Youth Day - August, 2005) (2005 - #4 through #10).

March 7, 2007
-Changed the song A Voice In The Wilderness (EP Version) to A Voice In The Wilderness (Mono EP Version) (1960 #5) and added A Voice In The Wilderness (Stereo EP Version) (1960 #6). Hank's guitar on the two recordings is different.

March 2, 2007
-Added the song Thinking Of Our Love (The Rock 'N' Roll Years 1958-1963 Version) (1960 #18). This is a slight variation of the original release.

February 21, 2007
-Changed the artists for the song Peace And Quiet from Cliff Richard and the Shadows to just Cliff Richard. The Shadows are not on this track.

February 20, 2007
-Added the song Mean Woman Blues (Extended Stereo EP Version) (1959 #61). The stereo version, although the same take, is nine seconds longer on the fade out and is unique.
-Changed the song I Don't Know Why (I Just Do) to I Don't Know Why, dropping the subtitle (1959 #55). This is how the song is listed on the original album, but for unknown reasons, some reissues add the subtitle.

February 12, 2007
-Changed the artist for the Let There Be Love song from Cliff and Matt Munro to Cliff and Matt Monro, correcting the misspelling.

January 31, 2007
-Removed the 1959 song Turn Me Loose and changed the song Turn Me Loose (1959 Oh Boy! TV Show Version 2) to be released on the The Rock 'N' Roll Years 1958-1963 set. I'd realized that this was a duplicate entry, so combined them into one. This live performance on the Oh Boy! show is the second known performance of the song, thus the "Version 2" in the subtitle.

January 12, 2007
-Moved the G4 duet on the new Two's Company album from 2006 to 2005 since it was released earlier on the G4 album, G4 & Friends. Further, this meant that the title had to change from Miss You Nights (Two's Company Version) to Miss You Nights (G4 Duet Version) and the artist and album accordingly.

December 28, 2006
-Relaunched the Bachelor Boy in-depth song analysis page. It can be found HERE. I'd previously discovered I'd had some critical information wrong and finally got it corrected.

December 22, 2006
-Added the songs Sentimental Journey (VE Day - May 5, 2005) (2005 #2) and What Car (VE Day - May 5, 2005) (2005 #3).

December 17, 2006
-Rearranged all songs from 1978 to present to be ordered by session.

December 14, 2006
-Removed the "song" Interview w/ John Cavanagh because it's not really a song or part of a performance.

December 4, 2006
-Added the ability to sort all songs by session, song title and release date (default is session). This way people can view the lists how they prefer. If you have an order that you don't see listed here, let me know and I'll add it. To do this, there was a fundamental change about how the webpages are generated, using php code rather than html. If any notices any problems with this new format, please let me know immediately at cliffrichardsongs@gmail.com.

November 29, 2006
-Added the new song Christmastime (Winter 1980 Tour) (1980 #1). Things are a little hazy on when Cliff was performing this song, but it's reasonably certain that he was performing it in the winter of 1979/1980.

November 17, 2006
-Added the new song 21st Century Christmas (2006 #8).

November 2, 2006
-Added the new songs from the new Two's Company album: Move It (Two's Company Version), Anyone Who Had A Heart, Miss You Nights (Two's Company Version), Yesterday Once More, Let There Be Love, Fields Of Gold and Up Where We Belong. (2006 #1 through #7)

September 21, 2006
-Added the songs Move It (It's Cliff And Friends Version), Obla Di Obla Da, It Only Happens When I Look At You, Up In Canada (It's Cliff And Friends Version), and Honky Tonk Angel (It's Cliff And Friends Version). (1975 - #14 through #18)

September 14, 2006
-Added the song It's All Over (Extended Album Version) (1966 - #26).

September 6, 2006
-Added the song Green Light (Edited Single Version). (1978 - #45)

August 28, 2006
-Added several songs from the 1972 It's Cliff Richard TV show. It's too many to list here, but it should be noted that the Let It Be duet with Olivia Newton-John is from this program.

August 23, 2006
-Moved the songs Going Away and The Singer to 1972, as they were recorded much earlier than their 1974 The 31st Of February Street release.
-Rearranged 1974 tracks in order of the sessions, rather than release dates.

August 3, 2006
-Added the "song" Unknown Title - Rick Parfit Duet, an unknown duet with Rick Parfit.

July 25, 2006
-Rearranged 1972 tracks in order of the sessions, rather than release dates.

July 16, 2006
-Changed the song Take My Hand Precious Lord to Take My Hand, Precious Lord, adding the comma. Trivial, I know, but I do strive for accuracy and that's how it's listed on the Good News album.

June 2, 2006
-Removed the song Visions (Comic Version). Cliff did not perform this song.
-Added the songs Dance To The Guitar Man (1971 - #9), In Love (1971 - #28) and Silvery Rain (It's Cliff Richard March 27, 1971) from Cliff's 1971 It's Cliff Richard TV series (1971 - #35).
-Changed the songs Look What They've Done Ma to Look What They've Done To My Song, Ma (1971 - #3), Fire And Rain (It's Cliff Richard Version) to Fire And Rain (It's Cliff Richard January 23, 1971) (1971 - #12), Rolling Down The River to Proud Mary (1971 - #15), Don't Move Away (It's Cliff Richard Version) to Don't Move Away (It's Cliff Richard February 6, 1971) (1971 - #16), Walk On By / The Look Of Love (It's Cliff Richard Version) to Walk On By / The Look Of Love (It's Cliff Richard March 6, 1971) (1971 - #24), Shake Rattle And Roll (It's Cliff Richard Version) to Shake Rattle And Roll (It's Cliff Richard March 13, 1971) (1971 - #29), Honey Pie (Comic Version) to Honey Pie (1971 - #33) and finally Visions (It's Cliff Richard Version) to Visions (It's Cliff Richard March 27, 1971) (1971 - #36).

May 16, 2006
-Rearranged 1971 songs to reflect the sessions in which they were recorded.
-Moved the song Time Flies from 1971 to 1969, based upon the sessions with which it was recorded.

May 10, 2006
-Changed the artist for Lucky Lips (The Cliff Richard Show Version) (1974 - #34) from just Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard, Nolan Sisters and Pearly Gates.

May 8, 2006
-Added the Garth Hewitt song, Did He Jump (1979 - #1), for which Cliff did backing vocals.

May 6, 2006
-Moved the Sheila Walsh and Cliff duet Jesus Call Your Lambs from 1983 to 1985.
-Added a whole bunch of songs that Cliff performed with Sheila Walsh. They include: Star Song (1981 - #42), Turn, Turn, Turn, Mystery, Sunset Skies, Private Life, Yes He Lives (Sheila Walsh Version), Fooled By A Feelin', Sleepwalking, Lonely When The Light Go On, Fighter (Sheila Walsh Version) (1983 - #6 to #15), Deeper Meaning, Surrendering, Somebody, No Alibi, Growing Up To Be A Child, Golden Rule, Children Of The King (1984 - #2 to #8), Under The Gun (Sheila Walsh Version), Alpha Omega, You'll Never Be The Same, Light Across The World, and finally It's All For You (1985 - #1 to #6).

April 25, 2006
-Added the known Oh Boy! performances, Move It (1958 Oh Boy! TV Show) (1958 - #14), Don't Bug Me Baby (1958 Oh Boy! TV Show) (1958 - #15), Hoots Mon (1958 Oh Boy! TV Show) (1958 - #16), Schoolboy Crush (1958 Oh Boy! TV Show) (1958 - #17), Unknown Titles - 1958 Oh Boy! TV Show Performances) (1958 - #18), Dynamite (1959 Oh Boy! TV Show) (1959 - #21), Turn Me Loose (1959 Oh Boy! TV Show Version 1) (1959 - #22), Choppin' And Changin' (1959 Oh Boy! TV Show) (1959 - #23), Tell Him No (1959 Oh Boy! TV Show) (1959 - #24), That's Love (1959 Oh Boy! TV Show) (1959 - #25), Mean Streak (1959 Oh Boy! TV Show) (1959 - #26), TV Hop / Rip It Up / Lonesome Traveller (1959 Oh Boy! TV Show) (1959 - #27), Turn Me Loose (1959 Oh Boy! TV Show Version 2) (1959 - #28), Three Cool Cats (1959 Oh Boy! TV Show) (1959 - #29), Early In The Morning (1959 Oh Boy! TV Show) (1959 - #30) and Unknown Titles - 1959 Oh Boy! TV Show Performances) (1959 - #31).

April 20, 2006
-Changed the artist for Youth And Experience (Movie Version) (1964 - #38) from just Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard and Walter Slezak. Clearly the song is a duet.

April 5, 2006
-Removed the Hank Marvin song Carrie (Guitar Ballads Version) as it's the same as the earlier Carrie (Hank Plays Cliff Version) (1995 - #19).
-Added the Hank Marvin songs Heartbeat (1993 - #29) and Mrs. Robinson (1993 - #30) from the Heartbeat album for which Cliff did backing vocal bits.
-Moved the Hank Marvin songs Space Oddity (1993 - #31) and I Will Always Love You (1993 - #32) from 2004 to 1993. They were previously released on the much earlier album Heartbeat.

April 4, 2006
-Changed the song title What I'd Say (Tokyo, Japan 10/18/1967) to What'd I Say (Tokyo, Japan 10/18/1967) (1967 - #75), which corrects the mistitle. Oops!
-Removed the song I Do Not Love You Isabella (1995 - #19) as it is the same song as I Do Not Love You Isabella (Heathcliff's Wedding Song) (1995 - #8).
-Removed the songs Had To Be (Instrumental) (1995 - #16) and I Do Not Love You Isabella (Instrumental) (1995 - #20). They have no Cliff vocals.

April 2, 2006
-Added an in-depth song analysis for Bachelor Boy. It can be found HERE. I figured it was about time the record was set straight on this song. I'm real excited about this page and have plans for many more in the future.

March 31, 2006
-Changed the artist for the Cilla Black song Imagine (2003 - #32) from Cilla Black and Cliff Richard to just Cilla Black. Cliff only does backing vocals and it is not actually a duet.
-Added the song Spanish Harlem (Rockin' With Cliff Richard Version) (1962 - #26). It's a new discovery on the Rockin' With Cliff Richard CD with a song count-in included.

March 22, 2006
-Added the songs Summer Holiday (BBC December 1968) (1968 - #83) and Sweet Little Jesus Boy (BBC December 1968) (1968 - #85). They are a couple of previously undocumented songs from Cliff's Christmas 1968 BBC appearance.

March 5, 2006
-Changed the songs Something Good (Korea 10/1969) and If Ever I Would Leave You (Korea 10/1969) into one song as they're sung together, with the new title being Something Good/If Ever I Would Leave You (Korea 10/1969) (1969 - #69).
-Changed the songs Young Ones, The (Korea 10/1969), Living Doll (Korea 10/1969), and In The Country (Korea 10/1969) into one song as it's a medley, with the new title being Shadows Medley: The Young Ones/Living Doll/In The Country (Korea 10/1969) (1969 - #67).
-Added the song Taste Of Honey, A (Korea 10/1969) (1969 - #64).
-Changed the title of the Cliff Live In Japan 1972 album to the correct title as listed on the album Cliff "Live" In Japan '72

February 27, 2006
-Changed the Olivia Newton-John duet Let It Be Me to Let It Be Me (Olivia Newton-John Duet Version) to differentiate it from the Elaine Paige duet.
-Added the songs Miss You Nights (Elaine Paige Duet Version) and Let It Be Me (Elaine Paige Duet Version) (1999 - #9, #10).
-Changed all the 2003 "Wanted Tour" titles to "World Tour" (2003 - #2 to 2003 - #29). In reality, the UK parts of this tour were called the "Wanted Tour" and the non-UK parts of the tour were called the "World Tour" but only the World Tour portion saw official release.

February 16, 2006
-Added the song Discovering (Edited Yesterday Today Forever Version) (1982 - #15).

February 11, 2006
-Removed the song Baby It's You (Live And Kicking Tour April/May 2004) and merged it with the medley after it to create the "new" song Medley of Doo-wop: Baby It's You/Save The Last Dance For Me/Donna/Silhouettes/Always (Live And Kicking Tour April/May 2004) (2004 - #12).

February 10, 2006
-Added the unreleased Bellamy Brothers duet I Could Be Persuaded (2005 - #1).

February 9, 2006
-Added the song We Don't Talk Anymore (Instrumental Reprise) (May 1988), the closeout song on the Live & Guaranteed 1988! album, which is tracks on the end of the full version of We Don't Talk Anymore but is actually a different track.

February 6, 2006
-Rearranged the 1968 tracks to reflect the order the tracks were recorded.

February 2, 2006
-Rearranged the 1967 tracks to reflect the order the tracks were recorded.

January 5, 2006
-Changed the songs Ain't Nothing But A House Party (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968) and Ain't Nothing But A House Party (Korea 10/1969) to the correct spelling/punctuation of Ain't Nothin' But A House Party (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968) and Ain't Nothin' But A House Party (Korea 10/1969).
-Added the "song" Cliff Introduces The Band (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968), a separate part of the concert recording that is attached to the end of Ain't Nothing But A House Party on the Live At The Talk Of The Town album.
-Added the songs (It's) Wonderful To Be Young (Alternate Take 14) and Got A Funny Feeling (Alternate Version) from the The Young Ones remaster CD. Curiously the liner notes imply that these alternate versions are the same alternate versions that appeared on the 1996 Cliff Richard At The Movies 1959-1974 collection, but they are not. These are never before released alternate versions.

December 21, 2005
-Added the Hank Marvin songs I Will Always Love You, Space Oddity and Carrie (Guitar Ballads Version), all of which Cliff did backing vocals on.

December 14, 2005
-Changed the song Make Ev'ry Day A Carnival to Make Ev'ry Day A Carnival Day, correcting the mistitle.
-Changed the artist for This Was My Special Day from just Cliff Richard to Faye Fisher, Joan Palethorpe, Audrey Bayley & Cliff Richard.

December 4, 2005
-Rearranged several of the 1966 songs to when they were recorded.

November 4, 2005
-Rearranged several of the 1965 songs, including moving several of the Love Is Forever tracks to much earlier in the 1960s to when they were recorded.

November 2, 2005
-Revamped the TV show listings and added a whole bunch of new TV shows. Thanks to Cliff fans for their help!

September 28, 2005
-Added the song I Cannot Give You My Love (Single Edit) from the single, of course.

September 14, 2005
-Added the song Somethin' Is Goin' On (Edited Single Version) from the single, of course.
-Added the song Simplicity (For Life Version), slightly different version of the song found on the European For Life album.

September 7, 2005
-Added the song Los Jovenes, a duet with Los Mustang. This is a Spanish language version of The Young Ones, but not much is known about it just yet. Details are extremely sketchy.

August 30, 2005
-Changed the song The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas To You) to just The Christmas Song. There is no subtitle to this song title, despite what's on the album's liner notes.
-Removed the song We Should Be Together (Cliff At Christmas Version) as it was determined (I'm pretty sure here) that it is no different than the original Together With Cliff Richard version.
-Added the song White Christmas (Cliff At Christmas Version) back in the list. Apparently it is different, but it's so subtle that I missed it the first time around.

August 19, 2005
-Added the song Santa's List (Edited Single Version) as it was determined that the single version was not the same as on the album.

August 17, 2005
-Added the songs Saviour's Day (Songs Of Praise - November 2, 2003), Santa's List (Songs Of Praise - November 2, 2003), Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (Songs Of Praise - November 2, 2003) and O Come All Ye Faithful (Songs Of Praise - November 2, 2003). These are, of course, from a Songs Of Praise performance aired on the BBC.
-Removed the song White Christmas (Cliff At Christmas Version) after it was determined that this version was not remixed and is the same as the original Together With Cliff Richard version.

August 16, 2005
-Changed the "song" Unknown Titles - 1976 It's Cliff And Friends Songs to Unknown Titles - 1975 It's Cliff And Friends Songs after I realized I'd put the wrong year on the listing. Oops!

August 15, 2005
-Completely revamped the songs for Cliff's 1976 It's Cliff And Friends tracks. It's too much to list here, but I was able to get a complete listing of the songs he did for the 1976 series.

August 9, 2005
-Combined the songs Let's Fall In Love (Off The Record Tour) and Blue Skies (Off The Record Tour) into one song title, Let's Fall In Love/Blue Skies (Off The Record Tour). That's how they were performed, similar to Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World.
-Changed the song title This Can't Be Love/My Funny Valentine to This Can't Be Love/My Funny Valentine (Off The Record Tour) to denote that it was part of that tour.
-Changed the song title Lay All Your Love On Me (Album Version) to simply Lay All Your Love On Me since it wasn't really on an album.
-Moved the song Just A Little Bit Too Late to just a little bit earlier in 1965, reflecting when it was recorded.
-Moved the songs Where Is Your Heart, Maria, If I Give My Heart To You, Sway, Magic Is The Moonlight, House Without Windows, It's Not For Me To Say, Why Don't They Understand, Song From Moulin Rouge, The, Minute You're Gone, The, Just Another Guy, Angel, I Don't Wanna Love You, Again, Look In My Eyes Maria and On My Word to mid 1964, reflecting when they were recorded.
-Moved the song Perfidia (English Version) to early 1964.
-Moved the songs Razzle Dazzle, Reelin' And Rockin', I Only Came To Say Goodbye and Where The Four Winds Blow from 1965 to late 1964, when they were recorded.
-Moved the song Take Special Care (not the fast version, but the Cliff Richard album version) to the mid 1962. Many of the Cliff Richard album songs were culled from early 1960s unreleased session recordings, so there never were any real Cliff Richard album sessions.
-Moved the song Take Special Care (Alternate Fast Version) to late 1961, much earlier in the list because it was recorded so much earlier.

August 5, 2005
-Changed the song title Right Here Waiting For You to the correct title of Right Here Waiting.

July 27, 2005
-Added the song Spider Man (Edited USA Version), an interesting edit found only on the USA LP of the Every Face Tells A Story album on Rocket Records.
-Added a link to the Jimmy Jermain Fansite and the Cliff's Fansite.

July 26, 2005
-Changed the title of the song Celestial Houses 2 (Morgan Studios 9/1973) to Celestial Houses (Edited Single Version). It's the same recording, but edited.

July 25, 2005
-Removed the song Reflections (About That Man Version) after it was determined that the About That Man version is the same as on the original Throw Down A Line single.
-Added a link to Rachan Pathela's Cliff Richard Home Page site.

July 18, 2005
-Removed the song Questions (Movie Version) after it was determined that this version found on the Cliff Richard At The Movies 1959-1974 set is the same as on the original Two A Penny album. It's unclear why it's labeled as the "film version" on the CD. It may be the film version, but it's also the album version so there was no clear reason to label it otherwise.
-Changed the artist for Sweet And Gentle from just Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard and The Shadows after it was determined that it was a new vocal performance of a When In Spain track with the Shadows.

July 15, 2005
-Changed the album title for November Night from Words And Music to the correct title of Songs.

July 13, 2005
-Added the remaining unreleased Cliff songs from the All Souls Orchestra Silver Celebration performance: Where Do I Fit In (Wembley Conference Centre, 10/21/1997), That's What Love Is For (Wembley Conference Centre, 10/21/1997), Stable Child (Wembley Conference Centre, 10/21/1997), Night Of Nights (Wembley Conference Centre, 10/21/1997), This Love (Wembley Conference Centre, 10/21/1997), Why Should The Devil Have All The Good Music (Wembley Conference Centre, 10/21/1997), Love Conquers All (Wembley Conference Centre, 10/21/1997), Hope Set High (Wembley Conference Centre, 10/21/1997), Make Me New (Wembley Conference Centre, 10/21/1997), Where You Are (Wembley Conference Centre, 10/21/1997), All That Matters (Wembley Conference Centre, 10/21/1997), Hope, Faith, And You (Wembley Conference Centre, 10/21/1997), Free (Wembley Conference Centre, 10/21/1997), It's In Every One Of Us (Wembley Conference Centre, 10/21/1997) and Let The Flame Burn Brighter (Wembley Conference Centre, 10/21/1997).
-Changed the song From A Distance to From A Distance (Wembley Conference Centre, 10/21/1997), the song No Power In Pity to There's No Power In Pity (Wembley Conference Centre, 10/21/1997), and When I Survey The Wonderous Cross to When I Survey The Wondrous Cross (Wembley Conference Centre, 10/21/1997). This not only adds the recording subtitle, but also corrects a couple of slight title misspellings.

June 11, 2005
-Added the song Diamonds On A Chain.

June 10, 2005
-Changed the title for the version of Had To Be (Live) from the Had To Be single to Had To Be (Live) (Single Version) so that it would be uniquely titled.
-Changed the title for the version of Sleep Of The Good (Live) from the The Wedding single to Sleep Of The Good (Live) (Single Version) so that it would be uniquely titled.
-Changed the title for the version of Misunderstood Man, A (Live) at the end of the Heathcliff Live album to Misunderstood Man, A (Reprise) (Live) as it is listed on the album credits and to make its title unique.

June 9, 2005
-Changed the title for the version of I Do Not Love You Isabella (Live) by Sara Haggerty & Gordon Giltrap to I Do Not Love You Isabella (Bridge) (Live).
-Changed the artists for Overture (Reprise) - Entr'acte Music (Live) from Cliff Richard to Gordon Giltrap. Cliff has no vocals on this song.
-Removed the song Medley: Overture - Entr'acte Music as it was a duplicate entry.
-Changed the artist for The Journey: Africa/India/China (Live) from Richard, Cliff & Company to just The Company. Cliff had some spoken parts on this, but there are no singing vocals.

May 31, 2005
-Removed the songs All I Have To Do Is Dream, When Will I Be Loved and Tributes To The Legends (Medley) from the 1994 listing since they are (now) duplicated.
-Removed the songs Gee Whiz It's You (Hammersmith Odeon, 5/1/1981), Blue Suede Shoes (Hammersmith Odeon, 5/1/1981), Great Balls Of Fire (Hammersmith Odeon, 5/1/1981), Lucille (Hammersmith Odeon, 5/1/1981), Long Tall Sally (Hammersmith Odeon, 5/1/1981) and Rip It Up (Hammersmith Odeon, 5/1/1981). These were all duplicate entries from the Tribute To The Legends song from the same concert.
-Changed the artist for When Will I Be Loved (Hammersmith Odeon, 5/1/1981) from just Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard and Phil Everly.
-Added the songs All I Have To Do Is Dream (Hammersmith Odeon, 5/1/1981) and Tribute To The Legends: Blue Suede Shoes/Great Balls Of Fire/Lucille/Long Tall Sally/Rip It Up/Gee Whiz It's You (Hammersmith Odeon, 5/1/1981). These songs were on the 1994 All I Have To Do Is Dream single and it was determined that they were from the Hammersmith concert recording.

May 25, 2005
-Changed the songs That's Alright Mama, Living Doll (Live), Move It (1992 Accoustic Version) and Free (Live) to That's Alright Mama (Access All Areas Tour 1992), Living Doll (Access All Areas Tour 1992), Move It (Access All Areas Tour 1992) and Free (Access All Areas Tour 1992) and moved them from 1993 to late 1992.
-Rearranged the 1964 tracks to reflect when they were recorded, not released.
-Moved the song A Forever Kind Of Love from 1964 to 1962, reflecting when it was recorded. It apparently had a late release.
-Changed the artist for Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps from just Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard & The Shadows after it was determined that The Shadows were on the track.

May 20, 2005
-Removed the song Miss You Nights (All I Have To Do Is Dream B-side Version) after it was determined that this is the standard 1976 version.

May 13, 2005
-Added the song Take My Hand Precious Lord from the Good News. Not sure why it wasn't listed as either it was accidentally dropped at some point or missed altogether in the first place.

May 12, 2005
-Added the songs Song Is You, The, Beauty And The Beast, We Kiss In A Shadow (1961 The Cliff Richard Show Version), My Heart Stood Still, Lover (1961 The Cliff Richard Show Version), Theme For A Dream (1961 The Cliff Richard Show Version) and Ready Teddy (1961 The Cliff Richard Show Version)-- all taken from the 1961 The Cliff Richard Show performance.
-Changed the layout of the "Cliff's TV appearances" page, so hopefully it's easier to read and find information.

May 11, 2005
-Added information to the "Cliff's TV Appearances" page for Cliff's 1961 The Cliff Richard Show program, including detailed information on a March 2, 1961 episode.

May 10, 2005
-Moved the songs I'm In The Mood For Love and I Only Have Eyes For You and the It's All In The Game and Lucky Lips tracks to earlier in 1963.
-Moved the Carnival EP tracks to late 1962 to reflect when they were recorded.
-Moved the songs Secret Love and Love Letters from 1963 to late 1961 to reflect when they were recorded.

May 5, 2005
-Added the song This Is Our Country, an unreleased song.

May 3, 2005
-Removed the link to William Hooper's The Definitive Cliff chart site. He removed the link he had up to my site for unknown reasons.
-Moved the 1963 Radio Luxembourg songs to after the Summer Holiday songs.
-Moved a whole mess of the Summer Holiday songs so that the album versions are first, followed by alternate versions, then movie version, and finally, alternate songs from those sessions.
-Removed the song Two Hearts (My Kinda Life Version) after it was determined that this was the same as the original Always Guaranteed album version.

April 25, 2005
-Removed the song We Don't Talk Anymore (My Kinda Life Version) after it was determined that this was the same as the "Remix 1991" version and was therefore a duplicate entry.
-Moved the song We Don't Talk Anymore (Remix 1991) from 1991 to 1990, right after the other remixes. Despite the subtitle given to the song on the single from which it came, it's simply an edit of the 1990 mixes.
-Moved I'll Be Waiting and Since I Lost You to after the 32 Minutes And 17 Seconds With Cliff Richard album songs.
-Moved I'm Looking Out The Window and all the original Do You Wanna Dance takes to late 1961, to reflect when they were recorded.
-Added the song We Don't Talk Anymore (Long Version) after it was determined that this song does indeed exist.
-Changed the song Travellin' Light (The 31st Of Febuary Street Version) to Travellin' Light (The 31st Of February Street Version) and Getting' The Feelin' to Gettin' The Feelin', thus correcting the misspellings.
-Changed the artist for Frenesi (English Version), One Fine Day and You Gotta Tell Me from just Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard and The Shadows.

April 22, 2005
-Added the unreleased live only songs, Let's Fall In Love (Off The Record Tour) and Blue Skies (Off The Record Tour) from Cliff's 2001 Off The Record tour. I know, there's a lot more to add from this tour, which I will get to eventually.

April 20, 2005
-Removed the song From A Distance (7" Version) after realizing it was a duplicate entry.
-Changed the artist for Strong Is The Current from "Cliff Richard & Aleksander Meek" to just "Aleksander Meek". It's not a duet, really, but Cliff contributed backing vocals.
-Changed the song Anyone Who Had A Heart to Anyone Who Had A Heart (Stronger Tour). I hope to flesh out Cliff's tour information in the future, but hopefully this will help tell what this song is in the meantime.

April 19, 2005
-Removed the song I Just Don't Have The Heart (Yet Another Remix) after it was determined that this is the same version as the standard remix version.
-Changed the song I Just Don't Have The Heart (Another Remix) to I Just Don't Have The Heart (Alternate X Remix), based upon its origin of a special 12" single with an "X" in the stock number.

April 15, 2005
-Moved the song Catch Me (Undubbed Version) to after the 21 Today sessions. My original idea was to have the undubbed and alternate versions of the same take songs to be embedded next to their final release versions, but now I've decided to put them after the official release versions and if on an album, after the album.
-Moved the songs Now's The Time To Fall In Love and Now's The Time To Fall In Love (Undubbed Version) from 1961 to late 1960. Based upon when it was recorded, this song got a late release.

April 13, 2005
-Changed the album title for Where You Are from Songs Of Life to the full title of Songs Of Life: Music From Mission '89.

April 11, 2005
-Moved Pretty Little Blue Eyes to a bit later in the list for 1960.
-Changed the sing It's A Boy (Version 2) to It's A Boy (Movie Version). This should better describe the song.

April 7, 2005
-Moved Mean Streak, Never Mind and Turn Me Loose to earlier in 1959, to reflect when it was recorded, rather than released.
-Moved "Rock 'n' Roll Ballroom Performances" songs to before the "Oh Boy! Sessions" songs since, chronilogically, that's where they belong due to when they were recorded.
-Added group headings to make it easier to view groups of songs. It may not be complete yet, but hopefully soon.

April 6, 2005
-Removed the song Hit List Ballads, The : Living Doll/Travellin' Light/I Love You/Summer Holiday/It's All In The Game/Voice In The Wilderness/The Next Time (Bizzee Bee Remix). This is a DJ service mix song and is not an official release. I do not want to list these unofficial remixes because they are difficult, if not impossible, to catalog-- especially given that there are so many fan remixes and other DJ services remixes out there.

April 5, 2005
-Changed the artists for Medley (Book Of Love/Blue Moon/Do You Wanna Dance/Chantilly Lace/At The Hop/Rock 'N' Roll Is Here To Stay) (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989) from just "Cliff Richard" to "Richard, Cliff, The Kalin Twins, The Dallas Boys & The Vernon Girls".
-Changed the artists for Girl Can't Help It, The (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989) from just "Cliff Richard" to "Richard, Cliff & The Dallas Boys".
-Changed the artists for Glory Of Love, The (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989) from just "Cliff Richard" to "Richard, Cliff & The Kalin Twins".
-Changed the artists for Medley (Oh Boy/Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On/Bird Dog/Lets Have A Party/It's My Party/C'Mon Everybody/Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On) (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989) from just "Cliff Richard" to "Richard, Cliff, The Kalin Twins, The Dallas Boys & The Vernon Girls".

April 2, 2005
-Added a link to William Hooper's Cliff Chart site.

April 1, 2005
-Changed the song Miss You Nights (We Should Be Together B-side Live Version) to Miss You Nights (Australia, November 1984). Interesting story behind this one. It was recorded in 1984 in Australia for the Rock In Australia concert video released in 1985. The video was re-released in 1991 to coincide with Cliff's 1991 concerts in Australia and for whatever reason, this 1984 performance of Miss You Nights was also put on the 1991 singles for We Should Be Together and the foreign release of Scarlet Ribbons. It was assumed for a long time that this was the unreleased From A Distance - The Event concert recording, but with the remaster being released, it was finally cleared up as not being from that concert. It took a bit of stealth work, but the real source was finally tracked down.
-Added the song From A Distance (Single Version) (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989).

March 29, 2005
-Removed the songs Grief Never Grows Old (Orchestral Version) and Grief Never Grows Old (Choral Version). Cliff didn't do vocals on these versions.
-Added the song We Don't Talk Anymore (Reprise) (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989).
-Changed the format and format title for the songs Dreamin' (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989), Daddy's Home (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989), Two Hearts (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989), Joanna (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989), Remember Me (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989), Stronger Than That (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989), Miss You Nights (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989), I Just Don't Have The Heart (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989) and Best Of Me, The (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989) from Unreleased to From A Distance - The Event Remaster since, after all, they were finally released on this remaster.

March 16, 2005
-Changed the song I Could Easily Fall In Love (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989) to the correctly titled I Could Easily Fall (In Love With You) (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989).
-Changed the artist on Share A Dream (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989) from simply "Cliff Richard" to "Richard, Cliff & Aswad" since it was actually supposed to be a duet.

March 15, 2005
-Added the Simon Cummings song Everybody's Got A Crisis In Their Life, for which Cliff did background vocals.
-Added the song Mistletoe And Wine (Single Version) after it was determined that the single has a slightly shorter version, cutting part of the intro.

March 8, 2005
-Changed the album title for the songs Born To Rock 'N' Roll, She's So Beautiful and It's In Every One Of Us from Time to the full and correct album title of Dave Clark's Time - The Album.

March 3, 2005
-Added the songs She's So Beautiful (Single Version), She's So Beautiful (Special Mix Version), She's So Beautiful (Special Extended Mix Version), It's In Every One Of Us (Single Version), It's In Every One Of Us (The Singles Collection Version) and Born To Rock 'N' Roll (Single Version). It's been determined that the versions that appeared on the album had crowd noises, therefore making them different than the singles (in that regard, at least). Plus I found that I'd missed the special mix of She's So Beautiful and the version of It's In Every One Of Us that's on the The Singles Collection set is a unique version.

February 24, 2005
-Added the songs For All We Know and Let It Be. Their origin is unknown, but they've turned up in the bootleg market. It's thought they are from one of Cliff's early 1970's TV shows as it's that style of music, plus it's when Cliff was working with Olivia Newton-John.
-Added the Supersonic songs, Miss You Nights (Supersonic Version), Guys And Dolls, Racing Car, Golden Earrings and Dennis Weaver. I have a strong suspicion that Dennis Weaver isn't really the song title, but a transcription error based upon information that someone else gave me. Until I get it corrected, it'll have to do.

February 22, 2005
-Changed the song Take Good Care A Of Her to Take Good Care Of Her, correcting the mistitle.

February 18, 2005
-Changed the song Never Say Die (Extended Version) to the full title of Never Say Die (Give A Little Bit More) (Extended Version).

February 17, 2005
-Added the unreleased songs from the Thank You Very Much concert: Every Face Tells A Story (It Never Tells A Lie) (London Palladium, 3/4/1978), Up In The World (London Palladium, 3/4/1978), Melting Into One (London Palladium, 3/4/1978), Minute You're Gone, The (London Palladium, 3/4/1978) and Bachelor Boy (London Palladium, 3/4/1978).
-Changed the artist from Cliff Richard and The Shadows to Cliff Richard for the songs Please Don't Tease (London Palladium, 3/4/1978), Yes He Lives (London Palladium, 3/4/1978), Miss You Nights (London Palladium, 3/4/1978), Up In Canada (London Palladium, 3/4/1978), Devil Woman (London Palladium, 3/4/1978) and Why Should The Devil Have All The Good Music (London Palladium, 3/4/1978).
-Added the songs Rock That Doesn't Roll, The (Larry Norman Duet), Let It Be Me, Grief Never Grows Old, Grief Never Grows Old (Orchestral Version) and Grief Never Grows Old (Choral Version).

February 16, 2005
-Added the link off the main page for the information about the differences between the mono and stereo recordings of Cliff's music.
-Changed all references to "Tracks 'N' Grooves" to "Tracks 'N Grooves", adjusting the punctuation as it listed on the album.

February 15, 2005
-Changed all references to "31st of Febuary Street" to "31st of February Street", correcting the misspelling. Oops!

February 11, 2005
-Changed the song Galadriel (Royal Albert Hall, London, 11/23/1982) to the subtitled Galadriel (Spirit Of Starlight) (Royal Albert Hall, London, 11/23/1982). Actually there's a bit of confusion over whether it should be subtitled or not. The original album and the reissue CDs have the song title non-subtitled on the outer sleeve. However, on the LP and CD label and the CD liner notes, it is subtitled. Probably both are correct, but if in doubt, I prefer the subtitled version.
-Changed the song Now You See Me Now You Don't to the correctly puctuated Now You See Me, Now You Don't. Curiously, that's how it's puctuated on the album liner notes, but the album is punctuated differently as Now You See Me... Now You Don't.
-Changed the song Cos I Love That Rock'N'Roll to 'Cos I Love That Rock 'N' Roll, merely changing the punctuation as it is listed on the Wired For Sound album liner notes.

February 10, 2005
-Changed the "song" Unknown Titles - It's Cliff And Friends Songs to Unknown Titles - 1975 It's Cliff And Friends Songs to differentiate it from the 1976 unknown songs.
-Added the 1976 It's Cliff And Friends songs: All I Got It Music, Miss You Nights (It's Cliff And Friends Version), Gee Whiz It's You (It's Cliff And Friends Version), Star In The Sky, A, Medley Of Carols, It's Cliff And Friends - Short Verse, Swallow, Please Don't Tease (It's Cliff And Friends Version), You Will Never Know (It's Cliff And Friends Version), Help It Along (It's Cliff And Friends Version) and Unknown Titles - 1976 It's Cliff And Friends Songs.
-Removed the song Daddy's Home (1991 Version???). I had been waiting to correct it, pending a check against the original song because at the time the Healing Love single was released, Cliff had re-recorded a lot of his songs for the My Kinda Life collection and was putting these on the B-sides of various singles. As far as I can tell, though, the version on the B-side of Healing Love is the same as the original Wired For Sound version, so I am removing it as a duplicate.

February 8, 2005
-Changed the 1980 song The Rock That Doesn't Roll to The Rock That Doesn't Roll (Summer 1980 Tour) to differentiate it from the 1982 studio recorded version.

February 7, 2005
-Added the songs Left Out Again (Edited 2 On 1 Version), I Love You So (Edited 2 on 1 Version) and Blue Moon (Edited 2 On 1 Version). It was determined that the versions on the Me And My Shadows / Listen To Cliff! 2 On 1 collection were unique, edited versions.

February 3, 2005
-Added the songs Good On The Sally Army (It's Cliff And Friends Version), Unknown Titles - It's Cliff And Friends Songs and Honky Tonk Angel (Supersonic Version).

January 29, 2005
-Added the song Voice In The Wilderness, A (EP Version) after it was determined that despite the comment from The Complete Chronicle that the Expresso Bongo EP version was the film version, they clearly are not. A careful comparison of the EP version and the actual film version from the DVD showed they are clearly not the same version.
-Changed the song Hey Whatcha Say to the correctly puctuated Hey Whatcha' Say as on the original album.
-Added the following songs from Cliff's 1974 The Cliff Richard Show performances: Opening Titles/Dance The Night Away, Give Me Back That Old Familiar Feeling (The Cliff Richard Show Version), (You Keep Me) Hangin' On (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Baby I Love You To Want Me, Willie And The Hand Jive (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Strudel Prince, The, Summer Holiday (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Bachelor Boy (The Cliff Richard Show Version), It's All In The Game (The Cliff Richard Show Version), She Loves You, Lucky Lips (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Most Beautiful Girl In The World, The, Dance The Night Away, Help It Along (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Love Song, Don't Talk To Him (The Cliff Richard Show Version), First Chinese Musical, The, Living Doll (The Cliff Richard Show Version), It Doesn't Matter Anymore, Seven Little Girls Sitting In The Back Seat, Travellin' Light (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Personality, No Matter What (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Nothing To Remind Me (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Fire And Rain (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Girl You'll Be A Woman Soon (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Return To Zenda, Young Ones, The (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Good Luck Charm, Let's Twist Again, Winning (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Baby, I Could Be So Good At Loving You (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Day I Met Marie, The (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Blowin' In The Wind (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Power To All Our Friends (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Good Times (Better Times) (The Cliff Richard Show Version), You've Lost That Loving Feeling (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Shake Me Take Me, Age Of Aquarius / Let The Sunshine In, Let The Sunshine In, I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch), All My Love (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Silvery Rain (The Cliff Richard Show Version), In The Country (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Love I Lost, The, If You Don't Know Me By Now, Love Train (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Good Day Sunshine, Matter Of Moments, A (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Why Me (The Cliff Richard Show Version), I'm Leaving It All Up To You, Scarlet Pimpernel, The, Pigeon (The Cliff Richard Show Version), All I Have To Do Is Dream (The Cliff Richard Show Version), Rolling On A Rover and finally Visions (The Cliff Richard Show Version).

January 25, 2005
-Changed the album title for the Helmut Lotti Danny Boy duet from Helmut Lotti Goes Classic to Helmut Lotti Pop Classics In Symphony. I realized I'd gotten it wrong the first time around. Because it's on a different album than originally thought, it also bumped it up to earlier in the list to the beginning of 2003.

January 16, 2005
-Added several songs from the 1972 It's Cliff Richard shows: Put Your Hand In The Hand, It's All In The Game (It's Cliff Richard Version), Long And Winding Road, The, Rock Medley - The Girl Can't Help It/Great Balls Of Fire/Lucille/Jailhouse Rock/Good Old Rock 'N' Roll Music/Do You Wanna Dance, I Can't Let You Go, Morning Has Broken, Living Doll (It's Cliff Richard Version), Horse With No Name, Move It (It's Cliff Richard Version), and Unknown Titles - 1972 It's Cliff Richard Songs.
-Added an extra column to list what tracks are and are not on CD yet.

January 11, 2005
-Moved the songs La Ballade De Baltimore and L'Amandier Sauvage from 1975 to 1971 after it was determined that the single release date of 1977 was a transcription error. This song was first released in 1971 on the original single, not the 1975 When In France album on which it later turned up.
-Changed the song L'amandier Sauvage to L'Amandier Sauvage, adding the correct capitalization.
-Changed the song Je T'aime Toujours Ce Jour to Je T'aime Pour Toujours Ce Jour, adding in the missing word in the title.

January 6, 2005
-Merged the two songs Rock Medley: His Latest Flame/Chantilly Lace/Bony Maronie/Do You Wanna Dance (Tokyo, Japan 10/1974) and Crocodile Rock (Tokyo, Japan 10/1974) into one song title, Rock Medley: His Latest Flame/Chantilly Lace/Bony Maronie/Do You Wanna Dance/Crocodile Rock (Tokyo, Japan 10/1974) after it was determined that these two songs were sung together, almost as if one song.
-Merged the two songs Gospel Medley: Jesus/Amazing Grace (Tokyo, Japan 10/1974) and Jesus Is My Kind Of People (Tokyo, Japan 10/1974) into one song title, Gospel Medley: Jesus/Amazing Grace/Jesus Is My Kind Of People (Tokyo, Japan 10/1974) after it was determined that these two songs were sung together, almost as if one song.
-Merged the two songs Hit Medley: Congratulations/In The Country/Dancing Shoes/The Day I Met Marie/On The Beach (Tokyo, Japan 10/1974) and Sing A Song Of Freedom (Tokyo, Japan 10/1974) into one song title, Hit Medley: Congratulations/In The Country/Dancing Shoes/The Day I Met Marie/On The Beach/Sing A Song Of Freedom (Tokyo, Japan 10/1974) after it was determined that these two songs were sung together, almost as if one song.
-Merged the two songs Make It Easy On Yourself (Tokyo, Japan 10/1974) and Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore, The (Tokyo, Japan 10/1974) into one song title, Make It Easy On Yourself/The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore (Tokyo, Japan 10/1974) after it was determined that these two songs were sung together, almost as if one song.

January 5, 2005
-Changed the layout of the TV listings page. The previous one I thought was too confusing, so hopefully this one is better.

January 3, 2005
-Added several songs from the 1971 It's Cliff Richard shows: Nothing Rhymed, Ad Lib Folk Song, Look What They've Done Ma, It's So Easy, (They Long To Be) Close To You, When I'm Dead And Gone, Lovin' Things, Home Lovin' Man, Get Ready, Fire And Rain (It's Cliff Richard Version), My Cherie Amour, Everybody's Talking, Rolling Down The River, Don't Move Away (It's Cliff Richard Version), Love The One You're With, It's The Same Old Song, I'm Moving On, Knock, Knock Who's There?, It's Impossible, You're Ready Now, Walk On By / The Look Of Love (It's Cliff Richard Version), Saturday Night At The World, Down On The Corner, Rose Garden, Shake Rattle And Roll (It's Cliff Richard Version), United We Stand, Paperback Writer, Visions (Comic Version), Tears Of A Clown, Honey Pie (Comic Version), Reach Out For Me, Visions (It's Cliff Richard Version) and finally Unknown Titles - 1971 It's Cliff Richard Songs.
-Changed the song Unknown Title - Petula Clark Duet to I Want To Hold Your Hand.
-Moved the song Unknown Title - Petula Clark Duet up to behind My Sweet Lord so that all the It's Cliff Richard performances of that year are grouped together.
-Added a link to John Panteny's most excellent Cliff Richard and The Shadows record collector's guide.

January 1, 2005
-Changed the song The Carnivals Just For Me to The Carnival's Just For Me, adding the proper apostrophe.
-Added the Cliff and Settlers songs Life With Johnny, England and He Does It For The Money. It's really unclear, but records show that they were performed during the Life With Johnny programs, although no other records (unlike the other Life With Johnny tracks) do not list anything about them.
-Moved the Cliff and Settlers songs Is There An Answer, Small World (Cliff & Settlers Version), The Carnivals Just For Me and Can It Be True? (Settlers Duet Version) to slightly earlier in 1969, so that they're grouped together with the other Cliff and Settlers recordings.
-Added the new page for Cliff's TV shows. Fun stuff, but there are still a lot of gaps that need to be filled in.

December 27, 2004
-Changed the album title for Watch Me Come Alive from Chicken Shed to the full, correct title of The Chicken Shed Album.

December 8, 2004
-Changed the song For Love to For Life, correcting the mistitle.

December 7, 2004
-Changed the song Il Faut Chanter Vie to Il Faut Chanter La Vie, correcting the missing word in the title.
-Changed the song Gut, Dass Es Freunde Gibt to Gut Dass Es Freunde Gibt, removing the incorrect comma in the title.

December 6, 2004
-Merged the two songs Walk On By (Tokyo, Japan September 1972) and Look Of Love, The (Tokyo, Japan September 1972) into one song title, Walk On By/The Look Of Love (Tokyo, Japan September 1972) after it was determined that these two songs were sung together, almost as if one song.

November 30, 2004
-Added the songs Born To Rock 'N' Roll (Freddie Mercury Duet Version), In My Defence and It's In Every One Of Us (Freddie Mercury Duet Version), which were from a special 1988 Time performance (which remains sadly unreleased).
-Moved the songs Mistletoe And Wine and Marmaduke to the end of 1988. I'm not sure why I had them at the beginning, since clearly they belong at the end of the year, after the May 1988 Live & Guaranteed 1988! recordings.
-Changed the title for the Oh Boy! album tracks from Oh Boy to Oh Boy!, adding the exclamation point.

November 23, 2004
-Changed the artist for The Joy Of Living from just Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard and Hank Marvin. That's how it was billed on the record.
-Changed the song Die Liebe Ist Immer Nur Heut to Die Liebe Ist Immer Nur Heute, correcting the misspelling.
-Changed the song Ooh-la-la to Ooh La La (Sagte Csar Zu Cleopatra), correcting the punctuation and proper subtitle.

November 18, 2004
-Changed the song Can It Be True from the About That Man album to Can It Be True? (adding the question mark as shown on the album) and changed the Settlers duet of the same song from Can It Be True to Can It Be True? (Settlers Duet Version). All song titles must be unique or the comments may not work correctly.

November 17, 2004
-Changed the artist for the song Chi Lo S from just Cliff Richard to Richard, Cliff and The Shadows after it was determined that this is a vocal overdub over the original Shadows backing track.

November 8, 2004
-Changed the song title Questions (Film Version) to Questions (Movie Version). This was done simply to be consistent with the other movie versions of various songs, which are referred to as "movie" versions rather than "film" versions.

November 3, 2004
-Added the song She's All Mine, only available via iTunes.

October 27, 2004
-Changed the spellings for several of Cliff's foreign language Congratulations songs, correcting misspellings and puncuation variations. Congratulations (Il Mondo Et Tonda) was changed to Congratulations (Il Mondo Et Tondo); Ah, Quelle Histoire was changed to Ah! Quelle Histoire; and Qu Buena Suerte! was changed to Qu Buena Suerte. There was actually quite a bit of confusion regarding the correctly spellings and punctuations caused by the The Complete Collection book and the On The Continent collection, so I had to go to the original singles to confirm it all.
-Changed the songs Intro (Congratulations) (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968), Congratulations (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968) and Shout (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968) to the individual title of Intro: Congratulations/Shout (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968). The combinination of Congratulations and Shout make up the single intro song.
-Changed the songs Something Good (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968) and If Ever I Would Leave You (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968) into the individual track Something Good/If Ever I Would Leave You (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968). As above, these songs are run together in the performance.
-Changed the songs Hank's Medley (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968), London's Not To Far (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968), Dreams I Dream, The (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968) and Day I Met Marie, The (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968) to the individual title of Hank's Medley: London's Not To Far/The Dreams I Dream/The Day I Met Marie (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968). Once again, on the album, this is one big track.

October 21, 2004
-Added the songs from Cliff's new Something's Goin' On album and How Many Sleeps from the Somethin' Is Goin' On single and Slow Down from the Cliff Richard website. Great stuff!

October 3, 2004
-Added the song I Only Live To Love You. I'd known about the song, but there was so much confusion about its release that I wanted to sort out what it was before I added it. I've done that now. It was released as the A-side of a single in some non-UK foreign markets.

August 20, 2004
-Changed Quando Quando Quando to the correctly punctuated Quando, Quando, Quando.
-Changed Long Ago And Far Away to the correctly punctuated Long Ago (And Far Away).
-Changed the artists for May God Be With You and Amor, Amor, Amor (English Version) from just Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard and The Shadows, since... well, the Shadows play on the songs.
-Added the song Amor, Amor, Amor (English Version). It was determined that the January 31, 1965 session in which Cliff recorded several English versions of the When In Spain tracks, produced this song, which is assumed to be an English version like the others.
-Changed the song Boom Boom to the complete title of Boom Boom (That's How My Heart Beats).
-Changed the song Che Cosa Del Farai Mio Amore to Che Cosa Farai Di Questo Mio Amore. I realized that somehow I'd mangled the title the first time around.

August 10, 2004
-Moved the songs (It's) Wonderful To Be Young and (It's) Wonderful To Be Young (Alternate Take 24) from 1964 to 1962. The song was first officially released on the A Forever Kind Of Love EP, which is why it was initially put in the database in 1964. But as the song was first recorded for and used in the American released of The Young Ones in 1962, that's where I think it really belongs.

August 5, 2004
-Changed the artist for the song In The Stars (Movie Version) from just Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard and Susan Hampshire and the song and Do You Remember (Movie Version) from just Richard, Cliff and The Shadows to Richard, Cliff, Susan Hampshire and The Shadows. I realized that these songs were sung as duets in the movie!

July 28, 2004
-Created a separate index/main page. I have aspirations to one day add some other pages (in-depth song analysis, cover versions, chart information, etc.), which will link off this page.

July 23, 2004
--Removed links for "The One" website and the HeathCliffMusical.com website. Sadly, Andy folded his Heathcliff site. For "The One" site, for inexplicable reasons, Tracey removed her link to my site and won't respond to me emails. Shrug!
--Removed the song C'est Ci Bon from the 1975 When In France album after it was determined that this was a duplicated song that had previously been issued in the 1960s on the When In France EP.
--Changed the song Amor Amor Amor to Amor, Amor, Amor, which merely gives the song the correct punctuation as defined on the original album's liner notes.

July 20, 2004
--Changed the Summer Holiday Advertising EP tracks, breaking them up into the individual cuts that were produced, parts 1 through 6.

July 16, 2004
--Changed the song title Millennium Prayer, The (Acapella Version) to Millennium Prayer, The (A Capella Version), simply correcting the misspelling for "a capella" (at least, according to my dictionary).
--Changed release title from "Unreleased" to Party At The Palace (DVD only) for the song Living Doll (Queen's Golden Jubilee, London 2/26/2002) after it was determined that this song was released, albeit only on the DVD.
--Changed release title from "Unreleased" to Knebworth (DVD only) for the songs Good Golly Miss Molly (Knebworth, 6/30/1990) and We Don't Talk Anymore (Knebworth, 6/30/1990) after it was determined that these songs were released, albeit only on the DVD.
--Changed the song Medley: UFO/Thief In The Night/I Wish We'd All Been Ready/We Don't Talk Anymore (May 1988) on the Live & Guaranteed 1988! collection into the separate songs Medley: UFO/Thief In The Night/I Wish We'd All Been Ready (May 1988) and We Don't Talk Anymore (May 1988) after it was determined the We Don't Talk Anymore was not part of the medley, but a separate song.

July 7, 2004
--Removed the "song" Unknown Title - Aleksander Meek Duet after it was determined that such a song doesn't exist (or at least hasn't been released).
--Added the Aleksander Meek duet Strong Is The Current.
--Changed all the references to "Alexander Meek" to the non-English spelling of "Aleksander Meek".
--Added the live songs Summer Holiday (Wimbledon, 7/3/1996), Young Ones, The (Wimbledon, 7/3/1996), Bachelor Boy (Wimbledon, 7/3/1996) and Congratulations (Wimbledon, 7/3/1996) as correctly listed on the Be With Me Only CD and cassette singles.
--Removed the song Medley: The Young Ones, Summer Holiday, Bachelor Boy (Live) as listed on the Be With Me Always single as it was found that these were not a medley, but separate songs.

July 2, 2004
--Changed the song If It Were Up To Me title on the Progression album to If It Were Up To Me (Progression Version) to differentiate it from the version on Vincenzo La Scola's Vita Mia album. To be honest, I don't have either version in my collection (yet), so I'm not sure they're even different. Time and some CD purchase will tell the tale.

July 1, 2004
--Changed the song Do You Want To Dance (Knebworth, 6/30/1990) to the corrected title of Do You Wanna Dance (Knebworth, 6/30/1990).

June 18, 2004
--Changed the song Why Me Lord (Wembley, 4/19/1975) to the corrected title of Why Me (Wembley, 4/19/1975).

June 10, 2004
--Changed the artists for the song Nothing's Impossible (Movie Version) from Richard, Cliff & Grazina Frame to Richard, Cliff & Carole Gray. It's not entirely clear that this is actually Carole Gray singing on the track and not Grazina Frame or someone else, but it sounds like Carole Gray to me. Add to that, I really do NOT like Grazina Frame's vocals on any of the duets she did with Cliff, but the movie version of Nothing's Impossible is fairly pleasant, so I'm confident it's not Grazina Frame singing.

June 2, 2004
--Changed the song titles Ch Lo S and Ch Lo S (Original Version) to Chi Lo S and Chi Lo S (Original Version), which corrected the misspelling.

May 19, 2004
--Changed the song titles Abraham Martin And John, Bang Bang My Baby Shot Me Down, I'll Make It Up To You and Your Hearts Not In Your Love to Abraham, Martin And John, Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down), I'll Make It All Up To You and Your Heart's Not In Your Love. These changes simply fix some punctuation errors and adds in one missing word.

April 27, 2004
--Added all the tracks from the 2003 World Tour, all of which was released on the DVD from late 2003 and some of which was released on CD in April 2004.

April 9, 2004
--Added She Means Nothing To Me (The Rock Connection Version) after it was determined (thanks to the liner notes on the remastered The Rock Connection CD) that this song had been remixed by the time it was released on Cliff's album.

April 6, 2004
--Changed the format title for the previously unreleased Dressed For The Occasion from "Unreleased" to Dressed For The Occasion Remaster (2004).
--Changed order of the Dressed For The Occasion tracks to reflect to actual order of the show's setlist.

March 24, 2004
--Changed the song title Locked Inside Your Prision to the correct Locked Inside Your Prison. It was misspelled the first time I listed it. Oops!

March 17, 2004
--Changed the song title Everybody Needs Someone To Love to the correct Everyone Needs Someone To Love. It's a minor nitpick, but I strive for accuracy!

March 11, 2004
--Changed the song title Fallin' In Love to the correct spelling (or incorrect English spelling, as the case may be) of Fallin' In Luv.

March 10, 2004
--Changed the artist for The Escapade from just Cliff Richard to Deniece Williams, Cliff Richard, Julian Lennon & Art Garfunkel. All of those artists contributed vocals to this song.

March 4, 2004
--Switched the order of the songs Love Enough and Love On (Shine On) after it was determined and confirmed that I had their released orders reversed.

February 16, 2004
--Changed the artist on the song Share A Dream from Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard and Aswad.

February 8, 2004
--Changed the artist on the song Live-In World from Cliff Richard to The Anti-Heroin Project.

February 7, 2004
--Changed the song I'm In The Mood For You to the correct title of I'm In The Mood For Love.

February 6, 2004
--Removed the songs Long Is The Night (Instrumental), Daybreak (Instrumental) and Celeste (Instrumental). These aren't really Cliff tracks, now are they?
--Changed the song Living Doll (Extended Comedy Version) to Living Doll (The Disco Funk Get Up Get Down Go To The Lavatory Mix). This is the actual name of the mix (silly as it may be).

January 31, 2004
--Changed the song Movin In to Moving In and Ain't Got Time Anymore to I Ain't Got Time Anymore. I was able to confirm the correct spellings by checking the original singles.

January 28, 2004
--Changed Where There Are Horses to (Let's Go) Where There Are Horses, the proper title.
--Changed The Millennium Prayer (Accapella) to The Millennium Prayer (Acapella Version), correcting the misspelling.
--Moved the song The Millennium Prayer (Accapella) to 1999 as it's an acapella version created from the original.

January 27, 2004
--Changed the title for This Love (w/o Tammy Wynette) to This Love (Solo Version).

January 26, 2004
--Moved This Love (w/o Tammy Wynette) and Lord's Prayer, The to after the tracks for the The Miracle single, so that all the spin-offs from Real As I Wanna Be are grouped together.
--Changed the artist for the Move It (1997 Version) from just Cliff Richard to Hank Marvin and Cliff Richard. Also changed the title to Move It (Hank Plays Live Version)
--Moved Wedding, The (Live) from the Helen Hobson album to just after the duet of If Ever I Would Leave You. I'm actually missing quite a bit of these mid-1990s tracks, so I may not be entirely accurate here until I finally get them in my collection.
--Changed the artist for the Hank Plays Cliff from just Hank Marvin to Hank Marvin and Cliff Richard.
--Moved the Hank Plays Cliff tracks and the song Devoted To You to after the Songs From Cliff tracks.
--Changed Miss You Nights (My Kinda Life Version) to Miss You Nights (All I Have To Do Is Dream B-side Version).

January 23, 2004
--Added Party Megamix as on CD2 of the All I Have To Do Is Dream single. I didn't know this existed until I was reading the liner notes of CD1.
--Changed Human World Of Art (7" Version) to Human Work Of Art (7" Version). Duh.
--Moved Bulange Downpour, There's No Power In Pity, Peace In Our Time (Extended Mix), Somebody Loves You, That's Alright Mama, Peace In Our Time (7" Remix), Peace In Our Time (Gospel Mix), Living Doll (Live) and Peace In Our Time (Instrumental) to just after the Cliff Richard - The Album album tracks.
--Moved I Still Believe In You to its place on the Cliff Richard - The Album album.

January 22, 2004
--Rearranged the songs Scarlet Ribbons (12" Remix), We Don't Talk Anymore (Remix 1991) and I Love You (Pebble Mill, September 7 1991) so that they are in the same order as they appear on the This New Year maxi-single.
--Changed the song I Love You (Live) to I Love You (Pebble Mill, September 7 1991).
--Changed the song Miss You Nights (1991 Version???) to Miss You Nights (We Should Be Together B-side Live Version). Still not clear where this was recorded.
--Removed Miss You Nights (Live) as listed on the foreign Scarlet Ribbons single as it was determined that this is the same version as the We Should Be Together single.
--Removed Scarlet Ribbons (Extended Version) as it was determined that the mix on the single was not extended, but the normal album version.
--Moved Share A Dream (Special Mix) to a position following the Stronger tracks after the previous Stronger single tracks.
--Moved the song Miss You Nights (A Capella) to just after the From A Distance - The Event set, since it was from that box set. I don't have this in my collection (yet), so I don't know much about it just yet.
--Added the unreleased and live only tracks I'm In Love With My TV (An Evening With Cliff Richard Tour) and Song For Sarah (An Evening With Cliff Richard Tour).
--Added the unreleased and live only Cliff and Wet Wet Wet duet, Goodnight Girl.

January 21, 2004
--Added the unreleased songs from the 1991 gospel tour, Flesh And Blood and Make Me New.

January 20, 2004
--Moved the songs We Don't Talk Anymore (12" Remix), From A Distance (7" Version) and We Don't Talk Anymore (7" Remix) so that the 7" listing is first, followed by the 12" tracks.
--Renamed the 1990 remixes of We Don't Talk Anymore, removing the "Live???" subtitle. I confirmed that these were remixes of the original songs. (Not sure why I ever thought otherwise...)
--Changed the Claudia Jung duet version of Saviour's Day to Saviour's Day (Claudia Jung Duet Version). All titles must be unique and this helps define the song from the original.

January 19, 2004
--Moved Lindsay Jane to after the Stronger album tracks.
--Removed the track Move It (1989 Version???) as this was determined to the the original 1958 version.
--Removed the track Oh Boy Medley that appeared on the B-side of Saviour's Day since it was previously listed as being on the on the From A Distance - The Event album.
--Moved Whenever God Shines His Light, Where You Are and Do They Know It's Christmas? to after the listing for the Stronger tracks and the subsequent single tracks.
Basically, I try to list all the Stronger tracks, all the tracks from singles released from the Stronger album, then any remaining tracks released in 1989 after Stronger.
--Moved Stronger Than That (Single Version) and Stronger Than That (Extended Version) to the last of the single spin-offs from the Stronger album.
--Moved all the I Just Don't Have The Heart remixed to just after the Stronger album but before Wide Open Space.
--Moved I Just Don't Have The Heart (Instrumental) and Wide Open Space to after the Stronger album.
--Removed the single listing for Silhouettes since it was determined that it was the same as the From A Distance - The Event version.
--Removed the songs From A Distance and Wired For Sound as listed for the From A Distance maxi-single and I Could Easily Fall In Love from the picture disc. It was determined that they were the live versions from the The Event concert, therefore the "From" and "Title" listings for the concert were changed appropriately.
--Removed the 1979 song We Don't Talk Anymore (Long Version). I finally dug out my 12" single of the song where I thought the long version was and determined that it didn't exist! This should not be confused with the later 1991 remixes, which are real.

January 16, 2004
--Changed the Live & Guaranteed 1988! tracks from a subtitle of "(Live)" to "(May 1988)". I'm not sure yet where these tracks were recorded.

January 15, 2004
--Added the remaining unreleased Knebworth tracks with the Shadows (too many to list here).
--Changed the Knebworth album tracks On The Beach (Live) and Do You Wanna Dance (Live) to On The Beach (Knebworth, 6/30/1990) and Do You Want To Dance (Knebworth, 6/30/1990) to denote where they are from. Also changed the artist from just Cliff Richard to Cliff and the Shadows.
--Moved The Event concert tracks from 1990 (when the album was released) to 1989 (when the show was recorded).
--Removed All The Time You Need (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989) and Saviour's Day (Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989) as it's been determined that there were not live performances, but studio recordings that were put onto the live From A Distance - The Event album.
--Added the song Anyone Who Had A Heart from the 1990 Stronger tour, a song that is only known to have been performed live.

January 13, 2004
--Changed the title for the song Where You Are to Where You Are (Saviour's Day B-side Version) to differentiate it from the earlier issued and differently recorded Songs Of Life version.
--Rearranged all the known The Event concert tracks in the same order as the setlist and subtitled all the songs with "(Wembley Stadium, London, June 16 & 17 1989)". This also meant pulling all the tracks that didn't make the original album and that only showed up on the B-sides of various singles and grouping them with the concert songs. It's far too many tracks to list individually here, though.

January 10, 2004
--Added all the 2003 releases, which include all the Cliff At Christmas tracks and the following: Love That Knows No End (Tracks Version), Unknown Title - Aleksander Mezek Duet, Imagine, Danny Boy, It's A Boy, It's A Boy (Version 2) and Watch Me Come Alive.

January 8, 2004
--Rearranged all the extended mixes and B-sides of the Always Guaranteed tracks so that they all immediately follow the album, with alternate versions (extended mixes) and B-sides in the order of single release. This also meant moving the Two Hearts single material from 1988 to 1987.
--Moved She's So Beautiful(Extended Mix) and It's In Every One Of Us (Choral Version) from 1985 to 1986. I actually struggled where to put these tracks in the listing. Typically, I list the album tracks followed by alternate versions and B-sides of songs from that album. However, these songs were released so far in advance of the album, I was uncertiain how to list them. Ultimately, I figured that since the show opened with Cliff in 1986 and they were (apparently) originally meant to be a part of the musical, that they belonged in their standard position following the album.
--Changed the Cliff Richard & The Young Ones song title for Living Doll (Live) to Living Doll (Shaftsbury Avenue, April 1986) so that it's a unique title and tells where it came from.
--Changed Willie And The Hand Jive (Rock 'N' Roll Silver Version) to Willie And The Hand Jive (The Rock Connection Version). I'm not sure why I associated it with the wrong album the first time around.
--Moved Small World, Heart User(Extended Version) and I Will Follow You to 1984, following the The Rock Connection album.
--Removed the songs She's So Beautiful (Instumental) and Alone (Instrumental) since they have no (known) Cliff Richard involvement.
--Added the unreleased (and never recorded in studio) songs from Cliff's June 1987 Gospel tour, I'm Alive (Beyond Time Tour), Money (Beyond Time Tour), All I Want (Beyond Time Tour), World Of Difference, A (Beyond Time Tour), All By Myself (Beyond Time Tour) and His Love Covers Our Sins (Beyond Time Tour).

December 19, 2003
--Moved all the extended versions and B-sides from the Silver album sessions such that the listing orders is the Silver album tracks, the Rock 'N' Roll Silver tracks, then the alternate mixes and B-sides from the Silver album in the order they were released. Even though Baby You're Dynamite was released in 1984, I moved it to the end of 1983 so it would be with the other tracks.
--Added the unreleased song How To Handle A Woman as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 230).

December 18, 2003
--Changed the subtitle for all the Dressed For The Occasion tracks from simply "Live" to "Royal Albert Hall, London, 11/23/1982."
--Added the unreleased Dressed For The Occasion tracks, Discovering, You, Me And Jesus, Daddy's Home, Little Town and Golden Days Are Over, The. Although soon to be released on the upcoming remaster CD!
--Moved all the Dressed For The Occasion tracks to the end of 1982, to reflect when they were recorded.

December 11, 2003
--Moved the Sheila Walsh duets Drifting and Jesus Call Your Lambs from mid 1983 and 1985 respectively to early 1983, reflecting when they were recorded.
--Added the songs Take Me To The Leader, Closer To You, Now That You Know Me, Take Me Where I Wanna Go and The Rock That Doesn't Roll as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 224, 225 & 226).

December 8, 2003
--Added the songs from some February 6, April 2 and May 1 BBC TV sessions. What's interesting to note is that many of these recordings were never released as studio recordings and many of those that were were done well before the studio recording and therefore probably had vastly different arrangements. These concert's also yielded the released recordings for Daddy's Home and Shakin' All Over. It's such a shame all this great material hasn't been released.

December 5, 2003
--Moved Hold On, the B-side to the Wired For Sound single to after the album tracks, instead of before them.

December 4, 2003
--Moved Moving In, the B-side to Carrie from 1980 to 1979. Sure, it was released in 1980, but it was part of the 1979 sessions.
--Changed the format release for Suddenly from the maxi-single to the Xanadu soundtrack. Not sure how I got the maxi-single listed the first time. I also moved Suddenly to before the I'm No Hero tracks, due to when it was released.
--Added the song The Rock That Doesn't Roll, a song from Cliff's summer 1980 tour that he has not been known to ever record in a studio.
--Moved the Yes He Lives (Odell, Bedfordshire, 8/26/1979) to earlier in 1979 (prior to Rock 'N' Roll Juvenile's release because of when it was recorded).

December 3, 2003
--Changed the song Yes He Lives (Live) from the Green Belt Live! album to Yes He Lives (Odell, Bedfordshire, 8/26/1979) to better reflect which version it is.
--Changed the song Rock'N'Roll Juvenille to Rock 'N' Roll Juvenile, correcting the misspelling. Oops!
--Added the song Song For Sarah, a song only known to have been performed live during a 1978 Help, Hope & Hallelujah performance.
--Added the song Lord, I Love You, a song only known to have been performed live with Dick Saunders.
--Moved the Thank You Very Much concert tracks to 1978, when they were recorded, rather than 1979, when they were released.

December 2, 2003
--Added the unreleased songs from the London Palladium concert, Yes He Lives (London Palladium, 3/4/1978) and Up In Canada (London Palladium, 3/4/1978).
--Changed the song Thank You Very Much (End Of The Show) (London Palladium, 3/4/1978) to End Of The Show (London Palladium, 3/4/1978). I'm not sure where I got that original title, as all my research (including what's on the 1992 CD re-issue) show it as simply End Of The Show.
--Changed the subtitle for all the Thank You Very Much tracks from simply "(Live)" to "(London Palladium, 3/4/1978)," changed all the artists for the tracks to Cliff Richard and the Shadows where appropriate and dropped those tracks by the Shadows only.
--Added the songs Do What You Gotta Do and Gettin' The Feelin' as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 199).

November 10, 2003
--Added the song Muddy Water as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 198).

October 30, 2003
--Added the song Ships That Pass In The Night as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 196).
--Moved the song Imagine Love to the end of 1978 to be included with the Green Light sessions, even though it was released in 1979.
--Bear with me on this one. I changed True Love Will Come To You (Alternate Mono Take) and I Want You To Know (Alternate Mono Take) to drop the "mono" subtitle. I then moved them up to their respective places on the Listen To Cliff album. I then moved those stereo versions that were listed on the album to *after* the album and subtitled them with "(Alternate Stereo Take)". Confused yet?
--Moved the stereo versions on the Me And My Shadows album to after the usual album listing. My logic is that at the time the mono recordings were being done, they were more important recordings and should be listed in a primary position. Any alternate stereo recordings will be listed after the album.

October 27, 2003
--Changed the title Hey Watca Say to Hey Whatcha Say. Somehow I slaughtered the title the first time around!
--Added the song Mobile Alabama School Leaving Hullaballoo as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 193).
--Added the song You Can't Get To Heaven... as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 191).
--Moved the song Good On The Sally Army to its proper place in the order of the songs on the Small Corners album.

October 24, 2003
--Added the Cliff and Adamo duet Living Doll (Adamo Duet Version).
--Added the songs Too Late To Say Goodbye and Part Of Me as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 185).
--Moved the song No One Waits to after the Every Face Tells A Story album.

October 23, 2003
--Added the song Let's Have A Party from a 1975 appearance on the BBC TV show Supersonic.
--Added the song All You Need Is Love, All I Wanna Do, I've Got Time and Love Train from Cliff's 1975 It's Cliff And Friends BBC TV show.
--Added the song Run Billy Run as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 179).
--Added the songs Why Me Lord (Wembley, 4/19/1975) and Didn't He (Wembley, 4/19/1975). These are the unreleased songs from the 10th Way Of Life recordings. I also bumped them, along with Love Never Gives Up to earlier in the year 1975, reflecting when they were recorded.

October 20, 2003
--Added the songs Carrie (Hank Plays Cliff Version), Move It (Hank Plays Cliff Version), I Could Easily Fall (In Love With You) (Hank Plays Cliff Version) and In The Country (Hank Plays Cliff Version) from the appropriately titled 1995 album by Hank Marvin, Hank Plays Cliff. I list the artist as just "Hank Marvin" because that's how it is credited.

October 16, 2003
--Changed the title for Medley: The Girl Can't Help It, Great Balls Of Fire, Lucille, Jailhouse Rock, Good Old Rock 'N' Roll, Do Yo Wanna Dance (Tokyo, Japan September 1972), correcting the spelling for "You" and changing all the commas to slashes.
--Changed the title for Rock Medley: His Latest Flame/Chantilly Lace/Bony Moronie/Do You Wanna Dance (Tokyo, Japan 10/1974), correcting the spelling for "Moronie" to the correct "Maronie".

October 15, 2003
--Changed the title for Ooh La to Ooh La La. I'd simply misspelled it.
--Changed the artist for The Dreams I Dream to just Cliff Richard.
--Changed the artist for the songs One Fine Day and You Gotta Tell Me from Cliff Richard and The Shadows to just Cliff Richard. It seems that although Marvin and Welch helped out with backing vocals, they were not officially involved as "The Shadows" on these songs.
--Changed the artist for The Hunt to Cliff Richard and The Shadows.
--Changed the artist for the songs La La La La La, Solitary Man and Things We Said Today from Cliff Richard and The Shadows to just Cliff Richard. It seems that although Marvin and Welch helped out with backing vocals, they were not officially involved as "The Shadows" on these songs.
--Changed the artist for Was Kann Ich Tun to include The Shadows.
--Removed the song Medley (Finders Keepers/My Way/Paella/Fiesta) since it seems that it is performed by The Shadows alone and not Cliff.
--Changed Cliff and the Shadows Spanish Music/Fiesta from Finders Keepers. As I don't have this in my collection yet, I mistakenly thought that it was just the Shadows, but apparently Cliff is involved as well.

October 12, 2003
--Added the song Fly Me To The Moon (Kinda Latin Version). It was determined that this was not the same version of the song that was on the Love Is Forever album. One is slow and romantic; the other is upbeat and latin.
--Changed the artist for Sway, Magic Is The Moonlight, You Belong To My Heart and Kiss from just Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard and the Shadows. The Complete Chronicle has the incorrect information for the session of the song or they are vocal overdubs of the When In Spain sessions and the book does not make that clear.
--Changed the song Magic In The Moonlight to Magic Is The Moonlight. The title was listed incorrectly the first time.

October 4, 2003
--Added all the tracks, both released and unreleased, from Cliff's The Japan Tour album, recorded in 1974 and released in 1975.

October 2, 2003
--Added the Nana Mouskouri duet I Believe In Music as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 173).
--Added the Pat Carroll duet You Got What It Takes as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 172).
--Added the unreleased songs You And Me, Night At The Whirl and You as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 171 & 172).
--Changed the artist for Wonderful Life, Wonderful Life (Movie Version) and This Was My Special Day to just Cliff Richard, dropping the Shadows. Based upon new information, it seems the Shadows were not involved in recording the song.
--Changed the song Teenagers Romance to Teenager's Romance, adding in the apostrophe. Pretty minor, but I'm striving for accuracy!

October 1, 2003
--Added the unreleased Help It Along album tracks, Reflections (Morgan Studios 9/1973), I've Got Confidence (Morgan Studios 9/1973), One Fine Day (Morgan Studios 9/1973), Streets Of London (Morgan Studios 9/1973) and Chaser (Morgan Studios 9/1973) as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 169).
--Changed the Help It Along album tracks. Since these were all live tracks, I subtitled all the tracks "Morgan Studios 9/1973". I also moved Celestial Houses and Jesus Is My Kind Of People, which were recorded during those sessions, so that they resided in that same period. And finally, I changed them from 1974 (when the album was released) to 1973 (when the live tracks were recorded). There seems to be some serious confusion about these tracks, as not all the tracks were released, some were released on other albums sources (bringing their origins into question) and The Complete Chronicle lists a completely different setlist and leaves out the song Help It Along altogether. It'll take me some research, but I'll try and sort all this out in the future.
--Added the song Sweet Loving Ways as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 168).
--Removed Hover (Instrumental) and Driving (Instrumental) since Cliff didn't perform them.
--Added the songs How Great Thou Art (Australia 1973) and Everything Is Beautiful (Australia 1973) from the 1973 Help, Hope and Hallelujah Tour tour.
--Removed the versions of Come Back Billie Joe that were listed on the B-sides of the singles of Il Faut Chanter Vie and Todo El Poder A Los Amigos as they are the same as the original English version.
--Added the songs Hail Caledonia, Skye Boat Song, Courting In The Kitchen, Let's Have A Ceilidh, Bonnie Mary Of Argyll, and Scotland The Brave from the 1973 Cliff In Scotland show.
--Changed the song Help It Along (Live) from Help It Along single to just Help It Along. I mistakenly thought this song was the same one that was on the Help It Along album, which is a live version, but it's not. The single version is a studio version.

September 30, 2003
--Changed Cliff's Cliff Live In Japan 1972 from 1973 (when the album was released) to 1972.
--Changed the subtitles for the Cliff Live In Japan 1972 tracks from simpy "(Live)" to "(Tokyo, Japan September 1972)".
--Removed Brian Bennett Sound's Backscratcher (live) and all The Shadows' non-Cliff numbers from the Cliff Live In Japan 1972 since, after all, it's not a Cliff song!
--Added the unreleased "song" Unknown Titles - The Case.
--Added the song Run For Shelter as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 163).

September 25, 2003
--Added the songs 'Cause I Believe In Loving, I Who Have Nothing and Unknown Title - Petula Clark Duet as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 159).
--Changed the artist for Travellin' Light, Dynamite and Dynamite (Alternate Version) from Cliff Richard and The Drifters to Cliff Richard and The Shadows since the band had changed their name by the time these songs were recorded.

September 9, 2003
--Added the Cliff Richard and Olivia Newton-John duet Close To You as performed in the film The Case

August 29, 2003
--Added the song My Sweet Lord as performed on the It's Cliff Richard TV show.

August 27, 2003
--Changed the song When My Dreamboat Comes Home to When My Dream Boat Comes Home. Really, it's just breaking up "dreamboat" into the two words "dream boat", which is how it is spelled on the album sleeve.

August 22, 2003
--Changed the artist appropriately from 1966 to 1970 to add The Shadows where they had recorded with Cliff.

August 6, 2003
--Added the song His Land (Reprise), which is the second version of His Land as it appeared on the His Land album.
--Removed the song Narration And Hallelujah Chorus as it's not really a Cliff Richard song!

August 5, 2003
--Added the song Sweet Little Jesus Boy (About That Man Version). I'm still not sure if it's really different from the B-side All My Love version, but that'll take some investigation for the future. For now, I'm putting the song in and will do some comparisons later.
--Removed the "song" Cliff Tells The Story Of Jesus Through The Words Of The Living Bible (Spoken Word). I actually contemplated whether this track actually belonged on the list, but ultimately decided that it was a lengthy spoken word piece on a song database, so didn't really belong.
--Changed the song My Colouring Book to My Coloring Book, changing it to the American spelling. After getting a copy of the Love Is Forever album, I realized I'd had the spelling wrong.

August 1, 2003
--Removed the tracks from the Cliff Live In Korea album that were taken from the previously released Cliff In Japan album: Evergreen Tree (Live), Summer Holiday (Live), We Say Yeah (Live), Spanish Harlem (Live), What'd I Say (Live), Dynamite (Live), Lucky Lips (Live), Twist And Shout (Live) and Wind Me Up (Let Me Go) (Live).
--Changed the song Wonderful World from the Zrtliche Sekunden single to Wonderful World (German Version). This will differentiate it from the English language version that appeared on the Congratulations EP.
--Changed the song Marianne from the Hier 1st Cliff album to Marianne (German Version). This will differentiate it from the English language version that appeared on the Marianne single.
--Changed the song Reflections from the About That Man album to Reflections (About That Man Version). This will differentiate it from the version that appeared on the Throw Down A Line single. I'm not really sure yet if they are actually different versions, but I'll do some comparisons in the future and fix it if needed.
--Moved the Cliff Live In Korea tracks from 1970 to 1969, to reflect when they were recorded.

July 22, 2003
--Added the unreleased track Take A Look Around as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 155).

July 21, 2003
--Added the unreleased tracks A Sad Song With A Happy Soul, Indifference and Rain Cloud as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 153).
--Added the unreleased track Pentecost as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 151).
--Removed the His Land tracks that have no direct Cliff Richard involvement, Ezekiel's Vision, Dry Bones and Hava Nagila.
--Changed the Cliff Live In Korea titles to reflect the place and time of the recordings. Also added an extra 'La' to La La La La La which was left off the first time through.
--Changed the artists for Reflections from Cliff Richard & Hank Marvin to Cliff Richard, the changed the artists for Throw Down A Line from Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard & Hank Marvin. Somehow I got those backwards the first time around.
--Added the unreleased tracks Love Is Like A Crescendo, Postmark Heaven and When You Are There as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 148).

July 20, 2003
--Added the unreleased track No Name No Fame as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 147).
--Changed the song Early In The Morning from the Tracks 'N' Grooves album to Early In The Morning (Tracks 'N' Grooves Version), thus differentiating it from the 1950s song from the Oh Boy soundtrack.
--Added the unreleased Cliff & The Settlers tracks, Is There An Answer, Small World (Cliff & Settlers Version), Carnivals Just For Me, The and Can It Be True as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 144).
--Added the song Don't Forget To Catch Me (French Version) as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 143). It may exist elsewhere under its foreign language title, but that's unclear at the moment. Further research will confirm its existance.

July 19, 2003
--Added the unreleased Cliff Richard and The Settlers tracks from late 1968 and early 1969 as described in The Complete Chronicles (pages 140 and 142). They are too many titles to list here.
--Added the unreleased BBC 1968 tracks as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 141). They are too many titles to list here.

July 18, 2003
--Added the unreleased tracks, If I Do, Note In A Bottle and Unknown Title - Mireille Mathieu Duet as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 139).

July 14, 2003
--Added the unreleased track, The Long Way Home as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 135).
--Added the unreleased track from the Talk Of The Town show, Medley: The Young Ones/Lucky Lips/Living Doll/In The Country (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968). --Changed Congratulations (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968) to Congratulations Reprise (Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968) to differentiate it from the song earlier in the show.
--Changed the parenthetical title of the Cliff 'Live' At The Talk Of The Town tracks to reflect the record location and date with '(Talk Of The Town, London 5/30/1968)'.
--Moved the Cliff 'Live' At The Talk Of The Town tracks to 1968, reflecting when they were recorded, not released.

July 9, 2003
--Added the unreleased Shoom Llama Boom Boom (English Version), the German language version of which was released on the Hier 1st Cliff album.
--Added Do You Remember (Congratulations EP Version) after finding that this is not the same recording as from the song Do You Remember on the Wonderful Life soundtrack.

June 26, 2003
--Changed the songs Ein Girl Vie Du to Ein Girl Wie Du, Es Ist Nicht But, Allein Zu Sein to Es Ist Nicht Gut Allein Zu Sein, Ein Sontag Mit Marie to Ein Sonntag Mit Marie and Immagina Un Giorno to Imagina Un Giorno. Once again, the foreign spelling got mangled.
--Changed The Kings Place to The King's Place, adding the apostrophe. Minor, but accurate.
--Changed the songs Das Glck Is Rosaron to Das Glck Ist Rosarot and Was Kann Ic Tun to Was Kann Ich Tun. The original spelling was apparently mangled!
--Added the songs Living Doll (Queen's Golden Jubilee, London 2/26/2002) and Good Vibrations (Queen's Golden Jubilee, London 2/26/2002).
--Changed the song Move It (Live) to Move It (Queen's Golden Jubilee, London 2/26/2002). See! I'm working on more current stuff occasionally!

June 25, 2003
--Removed Come Prima (The First Time) and Dicitencello Vuie (Just Say I Love Her) after finding that they are the same as the songs found on the When In Rome album, only they had English subtitles.
--Changed the Small Corners song When I Survey The Wonderous Cross to When I Survey The Wondrous Cross (Small Corners Version), correcting the mispelling of "wondrous" and adding the subtitle to differentiate it from the Good News version.
--Changed the Good News song When I Survey The Wonderous Cross to When I Survey The Wondrous Cross, correcting the mispelling of "wondrous". Oops!
--Added the song My Babe (Don't Stop Me Now Version) on the Don't Stop Me Now album. Somehow that got missed the first time around.
--Rearranged the Cliff In Japan to jibe with the order as shown in The Complete Chronicles. Basically, I want the tracks to be in the order of the true setlist that was recorded, and I think The Complete Chronicles has it right (where the album was different), but until I get confirmation, I won't know for sure.
--Moved the Cliff In Japan tracks to late 1967, because that's when they were recorded.
--Added the song The Letter as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 124).

June 24, 2003
--Added the song It Came Upon A Midnight Clear as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 123).
--Changed The Twelve Days Of Christmas (Acappella Version) to The Twelve Days Of Christmas, dropping the unnecessary subtitle.
--Moved The Twelve Days Of Christmas (Acappella Version) and The Holly And The Ivy from 1991 to 1967. 1991 was the delayed release date, but the songs were originally done in 1967 and were outtakes from the session for the Carol Singers EP.
--Changed It's No Secret to It's No Secret (London's Earls Court 6/16/1966) so as to not confuse it with the Good News version recorded a year later.
--Added the song Sinner Man as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 115).
--Added the song Somewhere as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 114).
--Added the song Frenesi (English Version) after finding out that the version on the Cliff's Palladium Success EP was not the Spanish version, but the previously unreleased English version.

June 21, 2003
--Added the song It's No Secret as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 111).
--Added the song Oh Senorita (Movie Version) as described in The Complete Chronicles (page 109). Not much is really known about it just yet, but it described as different than the album version and the Cliff Richard At The Movies 1959-1974 describes the film version as being different. I'll have to actually see the film to tell what that difference is!

June 19, 2003
--Added the count of different songs for each decade.

June 16, 2003
--Changed the artist for the 1964 and 1965 songs from Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard and The Shadows where appropriate.
--Changed Do You Remember (Alternate Version) to Do You Remember (Alternate Version), again getting rid of that nasty "unreleased" word.
--Changed Just A Bit Too Late to Just A Little Bit Too Late, realizing I had the title listed incorrectly. Oops!
--Changed Take Special Care (Unreleased Fast Version) to Take Special Care (Alternate Fast Version), getting rid of that nasty "unreleased" word.

June 13, 2003
--Removed the song L'edera (Constantly). Because of the way the song was listed on various sources, I thought maybe it was an Italian language version of the song Constantly. That's not the case. Because Constantly is an adaptation of the popular Italian song L'edera, the song is sometimes referred to by its Italian title, but there only ever existed the one English language version sang by Cliff.
--Changed the format title for I Only Know I Love You from L'edera (Constantly) to Constantly (Italian Issue Only) to reflect the above change.
--Added On The Beach (Extended Version) as I realized that it was a different version, with the song's count in and some minor editing.

June 12, 2003
--Added the unreleased songs I Love You The Way You Are, I Still Send Her Flowers, Sooner Or Later, A Spoonful Of Sugar, Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah, and Chim Chim Cheree as described in the The Complete Chronicles book (page 104).

June 11, 2003
--Added the live songs Wonderful Life (Orchestral Version) and Where Did Our Love Go as described in the The Complete Chronicles book (page 97).
--Added the unreleased song May God Be With You as described in the The Complete Chronicles book (page 97).
--Added the unreleased song Whatcha' Gonna Do About It as described in the The Complete Chronicles book (page 98).

June 8, 2003
--Added the unreleased song The Song From Moulin Rouge as described in the The Complete Chronicles book (page 92).
--Added the version of the songs from the Wonderful Life movie, Wonderful Life (Movie Version) to Youth And Experience (Movie Version). I'll have to work to do in the future to determine exactly what those differences, if any, are.

June 6, 2003
--Added the unreleased April 1964 tour songs Come To Me, 24 Hours From Tulsa and Da-Do-Ron-Ron as described in the The Complete Chronicles book (page 89).

June 3, 2003
--Changed the format titles for Dim Dim The Lights and Save My Soul from Live At The ABC Kingston - 1962 to Rock 'N' Roll Years 1958-1963, The, since the songs were first released on the boxed set.
--Added the unreleased song Taxi, Taxi, Take Me To Your Baby as described in the The Complete Chronicles book (page 84).
--Added the unreleased song Deep Purple as described in the The Complete Chronicles book (page 85).

May 31, 2003
--Removed Tell Me (Alternate Stereo Take) as I realized I'd just added it as the more appropriately titled Tell Me (Alternate Stereo Version).
--Added Tell Me (Alternate Stereo Version) and I Love You So (Alternate Stereo Version) as they were found to be different versions from their mono versions.
--Moved Choppin' 'N' Changin' (Alternate Stereo Version), We Have It Made (Alternate Stereo Version), and I'm Willing To Learn (Alternate Stereo Version) so that they follow their mono equivalents in the database.
--Changed the album titles for the Me And My Shadows album to denote mono and stereo issues, where appropriate. I finally got the digipak and was able to make song comparisons!

May 22, 2003
--Changed one of the artists on Stars In Your Eyes from John Forsyth to Bruce Forsyth. Apparently there was a user error when first entering this information. Oops!

May 19, 2003
--Removed the song Let's Make A Memory as listed on the B-side of the Rote Lippen Soll Man Kssen single as it's the English version as it appeared on the 32 Minutes And 17 Seconds With Cliff Richard album, thus was a duplicate in the database.
--Changed all the titles for the "film" versions of the Summer Holiday tracks to "movie" instead, to be consistent with previous movie versions.
--Added the songs Seven Days To A Holiday (Movie Version), Let Us Take You For A Ride (Movie Version), Stranger In Town, A (Movie Version), Swingin' Affair, A (Movie Version), Really Waltzing (Movie Version), All At Once (Movie Version), Dancing Shoes (Movie Version) and Summer Holiday (End Title Movie Version). All of these are, quite obviously, the unreleased movie versions (except for the last one, which had been released on the Cliff Richard At The Movies 1959-1974 set but for unknown reasons didn't make it on the list the first time around).
--Changed the order of the songs from Summer Holiday. It's too much to list individually here, but basically, the order is the same as I did for The Young Ones. The album versions are first in the order that they appear there, followed by the movie version in their order of appearance. Any miscellaneous undubbed versions are inserted appropriately before the dubbed versions. Anything that is not the album or movie tracks (such as the Advertising EP tracks) are stuck on at the end in the order of appearance/release.
--Changed several Summer Holiday song titles to remove the words "original" and "unreleased" from the sub-titles. Once again, its a superfluous word for reasons I've harped upon already.
--Changed Bachelor Boy (With False Start) to Bachelor Boy (Alternate Take With False Start), similar to how it's titled on the Summer Holiday - Special Edition CD set. The previously used sub-title seemed to imply that the false start was attached to the standard released version, which it is not.
--Changed several artists from 1962 and 1963 from just Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard and The Shadows as appropriate. Can you tell I'm working my way through the sixties? Next up will be 1964 and 1965.
--Changed the titles for It's All In The Game (Unreleased Alternate Take), Hang Up Your Rock And Roll Shoes (Unreleased 1963 Radio Broadcast), Dancing Shoes (Unreleased 1963 Radio Broadcast) and It'll Be Me (Unreleased 1963 Radio Broadcast), removing that annoying word "unreleased". Again, if it's unreleased, then how come I have it on a commercially released disc?
--Moved It's All In The Game (Alternate Take) so that it comes just before It's All In The Game (the single version).
--Changed the title for Move It from the Don't Stop Me Now album to Move It (Don't Stop Me Now Version) so that it would be unique.
--Changed the format for Summer Holiday (Movie Version) to unreleased, after realizing that the version on the Cliff Richard At The Movies 1959-1974 and Summer Holiday - Special Edition CD sets were the end title movie version (even though the latter set calls the song simply "film version"). The actual movie version of the song remains unreleased.

May 15, 2003
--Added the songs Bony Maronie, Quarter To Three and Sweeter Than You as described in the The Complete Chronicles book from the January to April 1963 Radio Luxembourg performances.
--Added the Billy Cotton duet Strollin' from The Billy Cotton Show as described in The Complete Chronicles.
--Added the songs Baby Face and Love Hurts from the March 1963 tour as described in The Complete Chronicles.

May 13, 2003
--Changed the format title for Spanish Harlem from Holiday Carnival to 32 Minutes And 17 Seconds With Cliff Richard. Not sure how I got that wrong the first time around, but I think it was simply an entry error.
--Added the unreleased song From This Day On as described in The Complete Chronicles.

May 8, 2003
--Added the songs Do You Wanna Dance (ABC Kingston 1962) and We Say Yeah (ABC Kingston 1962). Apparently some more I accidentally left off the first time through. Oops!
--Changed the title for Lessons in Love/Got a Funny Feeling/The Young Ones (medley) to The Young Ones Medley: Lessons In Love/Got A Funny Feeling/The Young Ones so that it matches the listing on the Live At The ABC Kingston - 1962 album.
--Moved the three early studio versions of Do You Wanna Dance to just before the released single version.
--Dropped the "unreleased" portion of the title from the songs Do You Wanna Dance (Unreleased Rehearsal Take), Do You Wanna Dance (Unreleased Alternate Take), and Do You Wanna Dance (Unreleased Undubbed Master). Again, if it's released, how can it be "unreleased"? The tag in the title is useless and inccurate.
--Changed Razzle Dazzle (Live) to Razzle Dazzle (ABC Kingston 1962). That title is much more descriptive.
--Added the unreleased song I'll Be Waiting as described in The Complete Chronicles.

May 6, 2003
--Added the unreleased Bachelor Boy (USA Remix Version) as described in the The Complete Chronicles book.
--Changed Catch Me (Original Undubbed Version) to Catch Me (Undubbed Version), again dropping that annoying word "original". I also moved the song to just before the dubbed version.
--Changed the version of Perfidia on the 1965 Cliff Richard album to Perfidia (English Version) to differentiate it from its Spanish counterpart on the When In Spain album.
--Added the song C'est Si Bon from the When In France. Don't know how or why, but somehow I left it off the list the first time around. *Shrug!*

May 5, 2003
--Changed When I Grow To Old To Dream to When I Grow Too Old To Dream. I realized I'd misspelled the word "Too" the first time around. Oops!

May 3, 2003
--I did a whole bunch of changes around the The Young Ones tracks-- too many to list specifically here. The idea is that the album versions are listed first (with the undubbed and dubbed versions of The Young Ones listed together since they were released simultaneously on seperate album issues (mono vs. stereo, British vs. continental). Then I list all the movie versions, listing undubbed versions before dubbed versions. After that, any other odds and ends listed by record and/or release date. I also made some title changes, dropping words like "original" and changing all reference to "film versions" to "movie versions".

May 1, 2003
--Removed the song Lessons In Love (Edited Film Version) as listed on the At The Movies 1959 - 1974 album. After comparing it to the actual film, it was exactly the same, except they have edited out the bit of dialog that interrupts the song when the lady star for their production arrives. I must say, that's pretty annoying the way they cut into the song in the film.
--Changed the artist for Vaudeville Routine and Vaudeville Routine (Movie Version) from just Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard & Company.
--Changed the artist for When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart (Movie Version) from just Cliff Richard to Cliff Richard and The Shadows. Strangely, according to The Complete Chronicles, The Shadows didn't play on the single version, but it's clear from watching the The Young Ones movie that The Shadows were there playing along with Cliff. Unless they were miming to others, which is possible, but I doubt. I dunno. The Complete Chronicles isn't always right, so I'll have to do some more research to confirm.
--Added the songs When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart (Movie Reprise Version), What D'You Know, We've Got A Show (Reprise Version). After finally getting through The Young Ones and paying close attention to the various versions, I realized that these two variations needed to be added.

April 30, 2003
--Removed the song Young Ones, The (No Orchestra). After careful comparison, I noted that it and the version called Young Ones, The (Original Undubbed Master) were the same song. I'm not sure how much I like that subtitle either and it may change soon, but I had to get rid of one of these songs from the list since it was duplicated.
--Added the song Young Ones, The (End Credits Film Version). It's the version that run over the end credits of the film (duh!) that is different than any other version.

April 29, 2003
--Added the unreleased song Johnny Otis Hand Jive as described in the liner notes for The Rock 'N' Roll Years 1958 - 1963 boxed set.

April 28, 2003
--Added the songs Choppin' 'N' Changin' (Alternate Stereo Version), We Have It Made (Alternate Stereo Version), and I'm Willing To Learn (Alternate Stereo Version). While adding song comments from The Rock 'N' Roll Years 1958 - 1963 and realized that these were actually alternate takes.

April 26, 2003
--Changed the song title We Have Made It to We Have It Made. I realized I have the title wrong originally. Oops!

April 25, 2003
--Changed the song titles for the 1986 songs Living Doll and Living Doll (Extended Version) to Living Doll (Comedy Version) and Living Doll (Extended Comedy Version) accordingly. This is so that they have unique names in the database for the javascript.
--Changed the song title for the 2000, Songs Of Praise version of Millennium Prayer, The to Millennium Prayer, The (Songs Of Praise Version). Again, this is so that they have unique names in the database for the javascript. Although I don't have this song in my personal collection for verification yet, I think this version is the same as the one entitled The Lord's Prayer from the Hopes & Dreams album. I'll verify this at some point in the future.
--Changed the song titles What'd You Know We've Got A Show and What'd You Know We've Got A Show (Movie Version) to Vaudeville Routine and Vaudeville Routine (Movie Version) respectively. This is the actual name of the song, for which I'd incorrectly had the first of the routines as the title.
--Changed the artist back to just Cliff Richard (removing the "and The Shadows" for the songs I'll String Along With You, Embraceable You, As Time Goes By, Touch Of Your Lips, The, I Don't Know Why (I Just Do), Little Things Mean A Lot, Somewhere Along The Way, and That's My Desire on the Cliff Sings album. I got confirmation that the Shadows did not play on these tracks.
--Changed a whole heap of the artists for 1960 and 1961 songs from just "Cliff Richard" to "Cliff Richard And The Shadows". It's too many to list hear, but basically if it now says "...And The Shadows", it probably didn't say so before. I've still got work to do on the later 1960s tracks, for which I'm slowly but surely getting to them.

April 22, 2003
--Changed the song titles of Forty Days (Unreleased Radio Luxembourg Performance), Got A Funny Feeling (Unreleased Radio Luxembourg Performance), Rosalie (Come Back To Me) (Unreleased Radio Luxembourg Performance), and Me And My Shadows-Reprise (Unreleased Radio Luxembourg Closing) to Forty Days (Radio Luxembourg), Got A Funny Feeling (Radio Luxembourg), Rosalie (Come Back To Me) (Radio Luxembourg), and Me And My Shadows-Reprise (Radio Luxembourg Closing). I'd gotten those original titles from the The Rock 'N' Roll Years 1958-1963 boxed set. However, since they were released on that set, they aren't exactly "unreleased" anymore are they? So using that term seemed rather pointless, and using the term "performance" was redundant, so they were removed from the song titles.
--Removed Reeling And Rocking from the unreleased (Live Radio Luxembourg) songs. I realized that the song was already released, albeit a studio version, on the 1965 Cliff Richard album under the syntactically differently written Reelin' And Rockin'.
--Changed the title Unknown Jill Browne Duet to Unknown Title - Jill Browne Duet. Minor, but I plan to make all the "unknown title" songs to be consistent to this format.
--Changed the titles My Blue Heaven and When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart from the ABC Kingston concert to My Blue Heaven (ABC Kingston 1962) and When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart (ABC Kingston 1962). Each title in this list has to be unique for the javascript to work, so I had to change the titles accordingly. Besides, unique titles help keep it clear which song we are talking about.

April 21, 2003
--Changed Now's The Time To Fall In Love (Original Undubbed Version) to Now's The Time To Fall In Love (Undubbed Version), which just removes the word "original" as used on the The Rock 'N' Roll Years 1958-1963 set. The word seems rather superfluous and seems to imply that the version is "take 1", which is not the case.
--Switched the order of Now's The Time To Fall In Love and Now's The Time To Fall In Love (Undubbed Version), putting the undubbed version first, since it's obviously an earlier version of the dubbed version.

April 18, 2003
--Added What Is There To Say as described in The Complete Chronicles.
--Changed I'm Lookin' Out The Window to I'm Looking Out The Window which removes the apostrophe. Sure, it's a minor technicality, but I want to get it right.
--Changed Now It's Time To Fall In Love to Now's The Time To Fall In Love which changes the wording slightly. Again, I wanted to make sure I had the correct title listed.

April 17, 2003
--Added 1960's Michelle and Until The Right One Comes Along as described in The Complete Chronicles.
--Changed the title We Kiss In A Shadows to We Kiss In A Shadow (plural to singular). Oops! It was an error (probably subliminal) the first time around.
--Added the live only Stars In Your Eyes that Cliff did with several others for the Queen Mother as described in The Complete Chronicles.
--Added the TV show duet with Jill Browne Unknown Jill Browne Duet that Cliff did on his 1961 TV series as described in The Complete Chronicles. Who knows what other rare songs he did during this series? Even the Jill Browne duet is not described in much detail.
--Added the ATV duet with Marty Wilde Rubber Ball as described in The Complete Chronicles. I have no idea what "ATV" means.
--Added the song I Want You To Know (Alternate Mono Take) as described in The Complete Chronicles. I'm still trying to seek out all the mono/stereo variations, so I have no idea how different this is. More later as I get more information.
--Added the songs Got A Funny Feeling (Movie Version), Nothing's Impossible (Movie Version), All For One (Movie Version), Lessons In Love (Movie Version), What'd You Know We've Got A Show (Movie Version), When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart (Movie Version) and We Say Yeah (Movie Version). All are the alternate versions of the songs from the film. I also rearranged the order of the songs related to the The Young Ones film, although that was such a mix and match that it's too much to list here. Basically I put the early undubbed soundtrack versions first, then the soundtrack versions, then the early undubbed film versions, then the film versions, then the odds and ends after that. This is all likely to get rearranged again when I finally get a chance to sit down and do a close comparison of the various tracks.

April 16, 2003
--Added Cliff Richard and Pat Boone's live duet, Pretty Little Blue Eyes as described in The Complete Chronicles book.
--Added the Cliff Richard and The Shadows song Willie Did The Cha Cha, Rock And Roll Shoes, Me And My Shadows, Let The Good Times Roll, Sick And Tired, Reeling And Rocking, It's Me And I'm In Love Again, Hey Everybody, Kansas City, Let's Have A Party, Teenagers Romance, Anyone Sweeter Than You, Young Love, I'm In Love Again and finally I Wanna Know. These were all recorded as part of the Radio Luxembourg performances from June 1960 to March 1961 and/or November to December 1961. It's not clear what was recorded when, but it is important to note that these songs were recorded and exist somewhere, although most remain unreleased. These song titles were culled from The Complete Chronicles book. I have only listed those songs from the Luxembourg performances that have never been released elsewhere in another form (e.g. My Babe was on the Cliff Sings album and Dim, Dim The Lights turned up on the Live At The ABC Kingston - 1962 album).
--Changed the title of the song Young Love on the Wired For Sound album to Young Love (Wired For Sound Version). This was so it wouldn't conflict with the song with the same title from the Radio Luxembourg performances.

April 11, 2003
--Removed Nine Times Out Of Ten (Stereo Master). It was the same as the original mono release, only in stereo. It was given the subtitle on the Rock 'N' Roll Years CD's liner notes, which is where I got it from. I do plan on tackling the mono/stereo issue later, so stay tuned.
--Switched the order of Willie And The Hand Jive and Willie And The Hand Jive (Original Undubbed Version) since, after all, the original undubbed version is... well... original. I also dropped the word "original" from the sub-title since it's really not necessary. Also, I changed the original album of Willie And The Hand Jive (Undubbed Version) from Rock 'N' Roll Years 1958-1963, The to Rock On With Cliff Richard since that was the earlier, first release.

April 3, 2003
--Added Dynamite (Alternate Version). According to various sources, this is a different take than the originally released B-side version that slipped out on the 1987 Rock On With Cliff Richard compilation. It's not immediately noticeable what the differences are, although it does seem that there some extra adlibbing on the first guitar break. I'll have to investigate it further, but it does appear to be different.
--Added Gee But It's Lonesome as described in The Complete Chronicles.

April 2, 2003
--Added Voice In The Wilderness, A (Movie Version), Love (Movie Version), and Shrine On The Second Floor, The (Movie Version). These are the alternate film versions from the Expresso Bongo film.
--Changed the artists for the 1950's trans to "Cliff Richard and The Drifters" and "Cliff Richard and The Shadows". It's way too many to list exactly which ones I changed here, but suffice it to say that it's a bunch.
--Changed the "***" notation under the Stats column to "Details." It seems that too many people didn't realize there was data under there. I also bolded all the javascript links so that they stand out a bit more.

April 1, 2003
--Changed the titles from Turn Me Loose (Unreleased 1959 'Oh Boy' TV Performance), Who's Gonna Take You Home (Unreleased Acetate), and Let's Stick Together (Unreleased Acetate) to Turn Me Loose, Who's Gonna Take You Home, and Let's Stick Together respectively. Again, the original titles were taken from the Rock 'N' Roll Years boxed set. I dislike their calling these songs "unreleased" when clearly no longer unreleased (having come out on the CD set).
--Added the unreleased songs It's Only Make Believe and Kisses Sweeter Than Wine from the 1958 Cliff sessions. These tracks are described as recorded but unreleased in The Complete Chronicles book.
--Added Living Doll (Movie Version), No Turning Back (Movie Version), and Mad About You (Movie Version). The movie version of Living Doll is describe in The Complete Chronicles book as well, although I have never heard the songs to confirm their difference. (It's a curse being a Cliff fan on the other side of the pond!) I'm also of the understanding that all films in Britain before 1968 or so had to have differently recorded versions in the film versus the album, because of union rules. So expect to see me adding movie versions for all the other films soon.
--Added the unreleased song A Teenager In Love as described in The Complete Chronicles book.

March 29, 2003
--Changed the title No Turning Back (Original EP Version) to just No Turning Back. I got the "Original EP Version" notation from the The Rock 'N' Roll Years set, which put the notation on there simply to entice purchases of the disc. There are no known variations of the song, other than the original.

March 27, 2003
--Removed the listing for Living Doll per the single release. I realized it was already listed on the earlier released Serious Charge EP. (I also realize that the film version of the song was different and I have no idea if the single and EP versions are different as well, but I'll get to that later.)
--Changed the titles Twenty Flight Rock (Unreleased 1958 Live Recording), Jailhouse Rock (Unreleased 1958 Live Recording), Money Honey (Unreleased 1958 Live Recording), Heartbreak Hotel (Unreleased 1958 Live Recording), and Breathless (1958 Live Recording) to the titles Twenty Flight Rock (Rock 'n' Roll Ballroom 8/1958), Jailhouse Rock, Money Honey, Heartbreak Hotel, and Breathless (Rock 'n' Roll Ballroom 8/1958). My strategy is that if a live song was never studio recorded, then it does not need any parenthetical notation to the title. Otherwise, if it's a live track, the listing is the location and date. Besides, I took the "(Unreleased 1958 Live Recording)" notation from the released set, which is kinda goofy if you ask me because it's just been released. So what's the point in calling it "unreleased" anymore?

March 24, 2003
--Switched the order of Move It and Schoolboy Crush. It seems that while both songs were recorded on the same day, Schoolboy Crush was recorded first.
--Changed the title of 1958's studio version of Don't Bug Me Baby from Don't Bug Me Baby (Unreleased Studio Master) to just Don't Bug Me Baby and changed the title of 1959's live in the studio version from just Don't Bug Me Baby to Don't Bug Me Baby (Abbey Road 2/1959). I think these titles better reflect reality and I didn't really like the "unreleased" title in the 1958 title.

March 20, 2003
--The Cliff Richard Song Database begun!