Accompanied By – The Norrie Paramor StringsWritten-By – Bennett*, Welch*
Written-By – Welch*, Marvin*
|DB 4977||Cliff + The Shadows*||Summer Holiday (7", Single)||Columbia||DB 4977||Denmark||1963|
|45 DB 4977||Cliff Richard||Summer Holiday / Dancing Shoes (7", Single)||Columbia||45 DB 4977||Belgium||1963|
|45-RT 4664||Cliff Richard And The Shadows*||Summer Holiday (7", Single)||Columbia||45-RT 4664||Turkey||Unknown|
|45-DB 4977||Cliff Richard + The Shadows*||Summer Holiday (7", Single)||Columbia||45-DB 4977||Norway||1963|
|SCMQ 1650||Cliff Richard & The Shadows||Summer Holiday (7", Single)||Columbia||SCMQ 1650||Italy||1963|
Summer Holiday, is a soundtrack album by Cliff Richard and The Shadows to the film of the same name. It is their second film soundtrack album and Richard's eighth album overall. The album topped the UK Albums Chart for 14 weeks. Three singles from the album were released, beginning with the double A-side single, "The Next Time" and "Bachelor Boy", followed by "Summer Holiday" and lastly "Foot Tapper" (by the Shadows). All three topped the UK Singles Chart.
Cliff Richard-The Shadows, The Norrie Paramor Strings. Written-By – Kaye, Springer. B8. –Cliff Richard-The Shadows. Written-By – Richard, Conlin, Cass. From the Elstree Distributors Film "Summer Holiday". Stanley Black (By courtesy of Decca). Código de Barras e Outros Identificadores. Matrix, Runout (Side A label): YA. 82. Matrix, Runout (Side B label): YA. 83. Outras versões (5 de 38) Ver tudo.
Originally released in summer 1963, Summer Holiday was the most successful movie and soundtrack that Cliff Richard ever put his name to, an almost absurdly feel-good flick accompanied by some of the best (and best-loved) songs in his entire catalog. Both reappear here, alongside fellow cinema-only takes of "The Next Time," "Big News," and the Shadows' solo "Big News"; also featured are rehearsal takes of "The Next Time" and "Bachelor Boy," plus both sides of an advertising EP distributed to movie theaters on the eve of the film's release. It's a solid gathering, with the movie versions at least the equal of the LP and single cuts.
Cliff Richard & The Shadows. Album Hits From the Original Soundtrack of Summer Holiday Includes Lucky Lips. Summer Holiday Lyrics. We're all going on a summer holiday No more working for a week or two Fun and laughter on our summer holiday No more worries for me or you For a week or two. We're going where the sun shines brightly We're going where the sea is blue We've seen it in the movies Now let's see if it's true.
56 years ago today, Cliff Richard and The Shadows landed atop the UK Singles Chart with the title track of Cliff’s equally successful film, Summer Holiday. Written by Bruce Welch and Brian Bennett and produced by Norrie Paramor, Summer Holiday remains one of the jauntiest pop songs of the early ‘60s, which meant that it always had a solid shot at becoming another for the future Sir Cliff
Band Name Cliff Richard. Album Name Summer Holiday. Released date January 1963. Music StyleRock'n'Roll. Members owning this album1. 1. Seven days to a Holiday. 3. Let Us Take You for a Ride.
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