Cliff Richard: the Biography: 50th Anniversary Edition

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Lion Books, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 448 pages
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Cliff Richard burst onto the music scene in the 1950s with such hits as ?Living Doll” and ?Travellin' Light,” and today he continues to be one of the leading figures in pop rock music, having had a hit single in each of the last five decades. Based on research from original sources and interviews with friends, family, and colleagues, this is the exhilarating story of Cliff Richard's life as a rock ?n' roller and pop idol. The impact of Cliff's conversion to Christianity on both his private and public life is addressed, and numerous behind-the-scenes photographs?many previously unpublished?are also included.

 

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Not very good as he cannot even get the names correct. My mother is the ‘Janette Fox Puppteer’ mentioned not Janet. Bad research for this l(although it’s spelt correctly all over the poster!), so maybe you should question the rest of the story!!

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Vincent Bridgewater is my great grandad married to may my great grandmother.i spent many weeks with my great parents,when they lived in forest Hill.
My name is martin burrett,my mother's madina name
is townsend .
This book gave me a picture of my great grandfather as a boy and dlso my great great grandparents.
Brilliant would love to have them 2 pictures on page 77
 

Contents

PREFACE TO 50TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION
8
CASTLES IN THE AIR
16
HE WAS A TERROR FOR MUSIC
31
LIKE A DREAM COME TRUE
43
I HEARD ELVIS AND THE NEXT STEP WAS TO DO IT
55
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61
SOMETHING TOLD ME HE WAS GOING TO BE REALLY BIG
85
I WANTED A CAREER SO I GOT RID OF THE GIRLFRIEND
96
HES THE PERSON TO MAKE A FILM WITH
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I WORRIED FOR HIS LIFE
129
AMERICA WAS A REAL EYEOPENER FOR US
153
WITH CAROL IT WAS THE FIRST FULLBLOODED ROMANCE
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POSTSCRIPT
386
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About the author (2008)

STEVE TURNER is a popular performance poet and journalist. He is the author of several anthologies of adult and children's verse, as well as many music biographies including A Hard Day's Write: The Story Behind Every Beatles' Song, Trouble Man: The Life and Death of Marvin Gay,Van Morrison: Too Late to Stop Now and The Man Called Cash.

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