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Reunited Import

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  • Audio CD (Sept. 22 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B002JAPF22
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
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Disc: 1
1. I Could Easily Fall (In Love With You)
2. The Young Ones
3. Move It
4. Living Doll
5. Bachelor Boy
6. Nine Times Out Of Ten
7. C'mon Everybody
8. Travellin' Light
9. It'll Be Me
10. In The Country
See all 22 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. I'm The Lonely One
2. A Girl Like You
3. I Love You

Product Description

Limited two CD edition contains exclusive jigsaw and a bonus three track CD. 2009 release from vocalist Sir Cliff Richard and his original backing band, The Shadows, issued to coincide with the 50th Anniversary of their initial success. For this, their first album together in more than 30 years, Cliff and The Shadows (Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch and Brian Bennett) have re-recorded many of their early hits as well as new tracks. The album is being released as Cliff and the boys head out on a sold-out farewell tour. Cliff has 14 U.K. #1 hits to his name and is the only British artist to have hit singles in six consecutive decades since his first chart appearance with the Shadows, 'Move It,' in 1958. Features 25 tracks including 'The Young Ones', 'Living Doll', 'Travellin' Light', 'In The Country', 'Summer Holiday' and many more. EMI.

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This is one reunion concert that I really enjoyed. The sound is very original and the songs were performed as they were sung back in the 60s. Cliff Richard is a very good entertainer and The Shadows are still an excellent band! Their sound is still super and great to hear once more. A must for collectors of the 60s music!!
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You could imagine these guys being 20 years ago when listening to this cd. The only negative is that the music is mainly a re-recording of songs that they've released in the past and very similar to the reunion in the 1980s. I would have preferred a cd of 'new' songs.
Sound is excellent and they are all in fantastic voice. Gotta have it in your collection if you are a rock and roller.
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HASH(0x9fd35090) out of 5 stars Great foot stompin' rock & roll! Nov. 24 2009
By Dr J - Published on
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Fun, just absolute fun! is the best way to describe this album. Cliff and The Shadows have gotten back together to celebrate 50 years of association. And they are in top form.

To start off, most Americans will have no idea who these guys are. A little background: Cliff Richard is the most successful single artist in British pop music history. Since 1958, when he first hit the charts, he's had 14 chart toppers (both solo and with the Shads) and over 125 top 40 hits, going right up to this year. The Shadows (started out as the Drifters, but changed their name so as not to be confused with the American group of the same name) were Cliff's backing band, but also had many hits on their own, topping the charts 5 times in addition to the ones they had with Cliff. These were the biggest British acts in Britain before the Beatles, although they still had considerable success after the Merseybeat invasion. These guys, together and separately, are huge names in Britain and very important for the history of rock and roll there.

Returning to the album: what do we find here? Well, Cliff and the Shads redo many of their early hits from the late 50s and early 60s and add 3 other covers with a modern feel. If you like music from that period, you'll love this. The songs are great--it's a mystery why these guys never made it in the US. You probably know 'Singing the Blues,' but this version is much heavier than Guy Mitchell's. It's fun, just downright fun! When you listen to this album, you'll be singing along and stompin' your feet. This is what rock n roll should be. Can guys in their late 60s still rock and roll? YES--These guys were the pioneers and they still have it!!

PS The special edition includes an extra CD with three more songs. It's worth the extra few dollars.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9fd350e4) out of 5 stars cliff and the shadows. Dec 1 2009
By Richard Whittington - Published on
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I've been a Cliff and the Shadows fan for all of their careers since 1958.This album is a rerecording of many of the previous hits plus a couple of others,and its outstanding.The vocals are excellent,the Shadows are in great form and almost every track is a winner.Eddy Cochrans c'mon everybody rocks just like it always did and the accoustic guitar work has been recorded perfectly,terrific bass guitar too.Brian Bennetts drumming is nothing short of brilliant throughout the whole album.Cliff always had the best voice in british rock.This CD has been playing in my car since it arrived.Great record boys.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9fd353c0) out of 5 stars very good re-recordings Dec 30 2009
By Mr Plod - Published on
Format: Audio CD
All these tracks are very good although "On the Beach" has peculiar harmonies and seems to have a mis-start. Bruce Welch's rhythm guitar and Brian Bennett's drumming really shine--more than on the original recordings. It's too bad that all the new recordings are not on this album. To get them all, you currently have to buy an EP cd along with an actual vinyl single (with three tracks).
In the reunion concerts, the Shadows played some instrumental sets. These are not on this CD, which is unfortunate, and the concert DVD is only available in PAL and region 2. If you have the ability to play such a DVD, buy it: it's more entertaining and complete than this studio CD.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9fd358dc) out of 5 stars Well Done! March 29 2011
By Maria Rivera - Published on
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I wholeheartedly agree with the reviews of those who bought this CD. The whole album is a pleasure to hear. I love their music of the late 50's and 60's. Some of the songs in their 2009 "The Final Reunion" Concert are featured here and it's just like hearing the concert again, except the selections by "The Shadows" and other songs like "Vision" (my favorite) are not in this CD. I hope a 2-set CD of the "Final Reunion" Concert will be produced in the future. In the meanwhile, this CD is a must for Cliff Richard and the Shadows fans.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9fd351a4) out of 5 stars Cliff Richard & Shadows Reunited CD Feb. 23 2010
By M. Krawchuk - Published on
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Cliff & The Shadows are legends. They sound as good today (if not better) as they did 50 years ago. And unlike many current bands, they sound just as good live. These are true musicians and performers - a real class act.

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