Devil Woman - Cliff Richard - Im Nearly Famous (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Devil Woman Lyrics: I've had nothing but bad luck / Since the day I saw the cat at my door / So I came into you, sweet lady / Answering your mystical call / Crystal ball on the table / Showing the.
  2. CLIFF RICHARD I'M NEARLY FAMOUS 12" VINYL LP Very Good Condition. $ 0 bids + $ shipping. CLIFF RICHARD I’m Nearly Famous BULGARIAN ISSUE Vinyl LP. $ Devil Woman 9. Such Is The Mystery You've Got To Give Me All Your Lovin' If You Walked Away Alright It's telsipirowcosadgandniniboovicomp.xyzinfo Rating: % positive.
  3. Discography. Our extensive database contains over collections and tracks recorded by Cliff since , including details of most of the 43 Studio Albums, 6 Soundtracks, 35 Compilation Albums, 6 Gospel Albums, 10 Live Albums and singles.
  4. Original release. Released in late April , "Devil Woman" made its way up to number 9 on the singles chart in Richard's native UK in June However, it became Richard's first single to reach the Top 20 in the US, making number 6 on the Billboard Hot , Richard's highest peaking single and biggest seller in the US."Devil Woman" is the third biggest-selling Cliff Richard single with Format: 7-inch single.
  5. A very pleasant find for any Cliff Richard fan. Funny to hear him sing "I'm Nearly Famous Now" when he has been famous for so very long, but it's a very enjoyable song, as are many here. Devil Woman is my favorite. Good songs done as only Cliff can do them -- very well!/5(64).
  6. I'm nearly famous,is the very first cliff Richard original studio album I have ever bought - and it's well worth the wait. Originally released in ;it was considered cliff's renaissance album,and was well received by his fans and critics alike/5(58).
  7. Devil Woman. by Cliff Richard. I'm Nearly Famous EMI Producer: Bruce Welch. Main genre: Rock / Pop. Tags: UK #9 Hit. Was sampled in 2 songs. Hook / Riff Electronic / Dance. Pump My Pumps by Dan Black () Multiple.
  8. Cliff Richard. Since Cliff Richard made his chart debut with Move It in September , popular music has changed beyond recognition. The record industry has progressed to such an extent that modern rock is almost entirely removed from the music of the Fifties in all but spirit.

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