If you’re already terrified of the festive staple sounds played on a loop during your outings to the boulevard, misery can quickly get worse.
Sir Cliff Richard, 81, has announced that he will be returning to the forefront of music with his first album dedicated to Christmas in almost 20 years.
The record, Christmas With Cliff, compiled an “album of classics” including It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year, Joy to the World, Jingle Bell Rock and more.
New tracks include First Christmas, Six Days After Christmas (Happy New Year), and Heart of Christmas. The record was released on November 25th and features 13 songs made up of Christmas classics and new celebratory songs.
Richard says he’s loved being in the recording studio since 1958, when he spent time at Abbey Road’s Studio 2, famously used by artists like The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Oasis and Adele.
“I recorded this album at Criteria Studios in Miami, Florida, 4,427 miles from Abbey Road. Says the singer who has worked with two producers. Walden.
“They took me through some well-known Christmas songs and let me sing them freely and freely. gave me the dynamics I wanted.”
“This album isn’t just for me, it’s for all of us who made it. I hope it adds something special to your Christmas season.”
The release reached Christmas No. 1 on the 1988 singles chart.
Saviour’s Day won the title two years later in 1990, according to the Official Charts Company. In 1960, with his backing band, The Shadows, the song “I Love You” became Christmas number one.