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. 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
This page lists the album chart runs of Cliff Richard. A list of songs by Cliff Richard can be found here. The albums are listed with the most widely successful first. Despite his almost complete lack of success in the US he earns his place in these lists by dint of having almost 50 years of hits almost everywhere else. Surprisingly he has more hits than any other act that is not from the US (including The Beatles).
Richard's debut album Cliff was recorded live at Abbey Road Studios before a small invited audience. It was released in April 1959 and reached No. 4 on the UK Album Chart. It is listed under Live albums. More Hits from Summer Holiday. D ^ The first Cliff Richard album to include the "All I Ask of You" single with Sarah Brightman was Private Collection: 1979-1988. Since the 1980s, Cliff Richard has not charted on the US, Canadian, Norwegian or Swedish singles charts.
Cliff Richard is one of the UK's most successful artists of all time. He has scored an impressive 14 Number 1 singles and 7 Number 1 albums as a solo artist. 50TH anniversary album.
Album, Abril 1959, EMI Records. 32 Minutes and 17 Seconds with Cliff Richard. Album, Enero 1962, EMI Records. 3. Let Us Take You for a Ride.
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|A1||Carnival (From "Black Orpheus")
Written-By – Weiss*, Peretti*, Creatore*, Bonfa*
Written-By – Madden*, Wenrich*
|B1||Some Of These Days
Written-By – Brooks*
|B2||For You, For Me
Written-By – Welch*, Richard*
- Record Company – E.M.I. Records Limited
- Printed By – Garrod
- Featuring – The Norrie Paramor Strings (tracks: B2), The Shadows (tracks: B2)
- Orchestra – Norrie Paramor And His Orchestra (tracks: A1, A2, B1)
- Producer – Norrie Paramor
NotesMade and printed in Great-Britain
Recording first published 1963
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: NCB
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 7TCA 2020
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): 7TCA 2021
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): 7TCA 2020-1 N
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): 7TCA 2021-1 N
|SEG 8246||Cliff Richard||Holiday Carnival (7", EP, Mono)||Columbia||SEG 8246||UK||1963|
|SEGJ 8246||Cliff Richard||Holiday Carnival (7", EP, Mono)||Columbia||SEGJ 8246||Southern Rhodesia||1963|
|SEG 8246||Cliff Richard||Holiday Carnival (7", EP, Mono)||Columbia||SEG 8246||Netherlands||1963|
|SEGO 8246, SEGO-8246||Cliff Richard||Holiday Carnival (7", EP)||Columbia, Columbia||SEGO 8246, SEGO-8246||Australia||1963|
|K062 Z 07616||Cliff Richard||The Cliff Richard - The Shadows E.P. Collection Vol 7: Holiday Carnival (12", EP, RE)||EMI||K062 Z 07616||Netherlands||1982|