Cliff Richard

Peter Shilton

Standard Member
I bought a 6cd set of all Cliff Richards solo singles on the basis there should be some decent classics in there as part of having a varied CD collection.

It is really tinny. Is this a fault, or (sir) Cliff, or my system?
 
T

Taz

Guest
Originally posted by Peter Shilton


It is really tinny. Is this a fault, or (sir) Cliff, or my system?

thers only one thing at fault......

Your taste in music!:rolleyes:

;) :D

Taz.:cool:
 

gringottsdirect

Active Member
Originally posted by Peter Shilton
Just read about Gordon Bank's Mercedes in General Chat...

If you listen to those discs they do sound thin and lack dynamics, my advice would be not to do so, buy the latest Coldplay CD instead.
 

Garrett

Moderator
I like Miss You Nights:p
 

SOUNDSTYLE

Active Member
I like the album 'Rock 'n' roll juvenile':blush:
But that's the only one.
I like 'Miss you nights' aswell :blush:
Everyone has to admit that he has done some good songs.
It's the same with ABBA (which I like). It wasn't cool to like them a few years ago but it is now.
They've done some excellent songs.
 

Rambo John J

Distinguished Member
Originally posted by SOUNDSTYLE
Everyone has to admit that he has done some good songs.
It's the same with ABBA (which I like). It wasn't cool to like them a few years ago but it is now.

Being "cool to like" someone doesn't actually make their music any good. Look at the Top 10 on something like Top of the Pops and all you'll see is a cascade of crap that it's "cool" to like.

Much like listening to either Cliff Retard or Abba.

Course, it's all relative at the end of the day. Who's right and who's wrong?

Fair play to anyone that likes real music, at least Cliff got where he was through having some degree of talent and wasn't just a face slotted into a "5 piece vocal harmony group" put together by committee, with a shelf life of about 18 months.
 

gringottsdirect

Active Member
Originally posted by Taz
Like what!:rolleyes:

Miss You Nights
We Don't Talk Anymore
Devil Woman
The Day I Met Marie
Girl You'll Be A Woman Soon
Carrie
The Only Way Out
A Little In Love

Suddenly ( With Olivia Newton-John )
She Means Nothing To Me ( With Phil Everly )
 

SOUNDSTYLE

Active Member
Don't get me wrong.
I'm not a Cliff Richard die-hard fan.
I like all sorts of music but my favourite is electronic music and heavy metal/grunge.
Such as: Kraftwerk, Orbital, NIN, RATM, Nirvana, Metallica............
:)
 

Garrett

Moderator
Originally posted by gringottsdirect
Miss You Nights
We Don't Talk Anymore
Devil Woman
The Day I Met Marie
Girl You'll Be A Woman Soon
Carrie
The Only Way Out
A Little In Love

Suddenly ( With Olivia Newton-John )
She Means Nothing To Me ( With Phil Everly )
Forgot about them but wasn’t Girl You'll Be A Woman Soon one of Neil Diamond’s first.
 

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