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Cliff Richard 60th Anniversary Concert [DVD] 
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(Nov 19, 2018)
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2018 sees Sir Cliff Richard celebrate 60 years in the business - a feat that not many artists can even dream of.
Cliff is giving you the opportunity to join him in his celebrations by kicking off a 60th Anniversary tour and launching his first album of entirely new music in 14 years.
You can experience Cliff's 60th Concert in the comfort of your own home, and enjoy the night as he performs live in front of a packed Manchester Bridgewater Hall; taking you on a trip down memory lane and invoking so much nostalgia you'll be reaching for the pause/rewind button again and again.
Sing-along to such classics as Living Doll, Summer Holiday, Miss You Nights and Mistletoe & Wine, alongside new hits such as Rise Up and Reborn.
One incredible night. 60 years in the making.
- Cliff behind the scenes at production rehearsals: A unique insight into the preparation that goes into the creation of Cliff's shows.
- Cliff Q+A : Get a real insight into the world of Cliff as he answers fans questions across a broad range of subjects.
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He started with “Heartbreak Hotel”...and we felt his power, the depth and soul. He also sang a smoochy “Wake Up
Little Susie”, and it sounded cherry-sweet. Then one of the best ever versions of “Move It” (a rip-roaring, growly
performance after he donned the hot pink jacket.)
I actually really liked his version of “Love Me Do”. Cliff really smoulders on these upbeat numbers.
The beauty of his vocal tone on songs like “The Minute You’re Gone” is unique and has a mesmerising, hypnotic impact. You’re sucked in like a vortex.
In the 70s section he opened with Bright Eyes by Art Garfunkle. I love this song by Art G, it’s pure, satiny, smooth and heartbreaking. But with Cliff it’s also warm and caressing and seductive. Outstanding. Same with “Miss You Nights” which Art G could never quite match Cliff on for the same reasons. There is no-one sings a ballad like he sings that one, “singing honey” he calls it. There’s no screeching or showboating, there is just a powerful current of emotion that he wraps like a coil around the lyric, and it reverberates in your mind again and again...
He did “Devil Woman”. Did I mention that the lighting in this show is off this planet? It is futuristic and
exhilarating and it feels almost like you’re on a Star Trek spaceship. And that the band are also
smoking hot? They’re practically volcanic. So’s Cliff’s voice, of course, on Devil Woman. He is dynamite on
this. He knows the moves, the squeals, the ad-libs, the high or deep notes that can get
girls from 18 to 94 screaming with delight. And he knows how to tell a story with a song, and get it into your gut.
Cliff began the 80s with a powerful rendition of one of Micheal Jackson’s best songs, “Beat It”. I think Micheal
would have been proud of this. So compulsive...so addictive...so compelling. An electric storm.
In total contrast, he sang “The Best Of Me”. That was another emotional whirlwind, and I felt tears
mist in my eyes like tiny pinpricks. He sang it so well, almost as high as he did in the 80s and with
enhanced depth and caress. Maybe just a little darker, more haunted, more angst-ridden? Cliff’s
known heartache and pain recently like he’d never known back then.
I never thought I’d hear “Mistletoe and Wine” live again!! Not by Cliff anyway. I went to a Christmas
show a few years ago at the RAH where they included it. But you really have to be Cliff for this one. That caramel sweetness isn’t rehearsed and it isn’t fake, it’s who he is.
He opened the 90s with “From A Distance” and it was rousing and triumphant, as well as intensely moving.
And yes, you have to “stand up for justice” as he did. How powerful is his voice on this still!! He leaves younger singers standing in awe. He did loads of ad-libs and gorgeous high notes. Effortless
confidence. “Millennium Prayer” was as magical as ever, and largely unchanged from 20 years ago. It just sends out deep positive vibes and vibrations, and it was a stunning UK number one.
The harmonies with the backing singers on “All I Have to Do Is Dream” were rich and tight and sumptuous.
Simply perfection. A sweet, sad, compelling message.
The first of the new songs was the new Christmas song “Miracle of Love” which is on the new “Rise Up” album. Mmmmm...it’s velvety. His voice has that magical shimmer, that glowing intensity, that makes a Christmas song great. It isn’t as catchy as “Mistletoe and Wine” but it’s creamy, caressing and
embracing in the way that “Golden” was.
And finally a live “Rise Up”! I love that song, it’s the title track from his forthcoming new album, and it’s a stunner. It sounds even better live than on record, this is characteristic of Cliff. He totally roars out the line “Don’t Let Them Take You Down”. Sends a clear message to those who try to hurt or destroy others.
The first time I heard Cliff’s new single “Reborn” it was totally not what I expected. I imagined a “Golden”-type ballad,
but instead it’s rocky and funky and could’ve been on a Micheal Jackson album. It has also got profound
and thought-provoking lyrics. There are again hints, both in the lyric, and in the tortured beauty of the
vocal, of the hell Cliff went through. What a song! Wow! Wow! Wow! Wow! Wow! The vocal is sumptuous, the pace
is blistering, the emotion is thunderous...he’s really got it all with this one, and while it
couldn’t be number one in the streaming era, it could certainly help the album rock the album
charts. I hope the album tops the charts for weeks. Seriously, “Reborn” is a showstopper, and it’s been
in my head since I got my first glimpse of it at the cinema.
He did encores with that hot, blazing, smoking “Reelin’ and Rockin’, that then fused into “My Kinda Life”. He’s on fire by now, flamelicking awesome, smouldering hot. Then he disappeared off the stage,
only to return for a dazzling “We Don’t Talk Anymore”. We wanted MORE and could have danced
all night but all good things must come to an end. What a guy!
Sir Cliff and his outstanding hot-shot band and technicians gave me and the concert audience more than what we had all paid for and provided us with another unforgettable experience and time of our lives that I can thankfully, recall and relive again and again over the years through Sir Cliff’s concert DVDs such as this one. Hence, I am certain once again that this DVD too will prove to be another sure-fire chart #1 best seller that will provide much pleasure to its buyers over the years.
Amazon also states here that the DVD is region free. That means the DVD should play anywhere in the world on a digital (HDTV/smart) television set and a multi-format multi-region DVD/Blu Ray player, and also on PCs and laptops.
I can’t wait for it to be delivered.