Cliff Richard's 4th album released originally in 1961 and made number 2 in the charts. At the time this was intentionally released as a different sort of album mainly comprising covers from Musicals and on these musical covers the accompaniment was by his early 'producer' Norrie Paramour and his Orchestra; the Shadows nonetheless accompany Cliff on 7 of the 16 tracks. One of the reasons that this album which was moderately successful at the time has rather been forgotten in the annals of history is that no singles were ever released from the album. 'Blue Moon', covered on this album was number 1 in 1961 in the singles chart for the Marcels in the same month that this album so that along with filming for the Young Ones may be the reason Cliff never saw fit to release singes from the album
I'm not a Cliff historian nor if I am honest a particular Cliff fan; however what I can say is that this album doesn't warrant a poor review - it is what it is: an unusual album specifically designed at the time to be different from the 'Move It'; 'Livin' Doll' part of the repertoire and give me this any day to anything this man did post 1979.