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Cliff Richard looks sharp on his return to Abbey Road studios

‘Living Doll!’ Cliff Richard looks sharp on his return to Abbey Road studios – 60 years after he recorded his debut album there in front of hundreds of screaming fans

  • Cliff Richard announced latest album Rise Up at London’s Abbey Roads studio 
  • Sir Cliff, 77, said title reflects the turbulent time he has faced over past four years
  • The singer won £210,000 in damages from BBC after false sex abuse claims

It was where he recorded his debut hit Move It 60 years ago. 

So London’s Abbey Road Studios was the natural choice for Sir Cliff Richard to announce his latest album.

Rise Up will be released in November and Sir Cliff, 77, said the title reflects the turbulent time he has faced in the past four years. 

 Last month he won £210,000 in damages from the BBC for the invasion of his privacy in 2014 when it filmed a raid on his home by police investigating false sex abuse claims.

The 16-song album features reworkings of four of his classic tracks, including Devil Woman and Miss You Nights, and also sees Sir Cliff reunite with Olivia Newton-John.

A limited edition vinyl single of the title track will be released next month.

Cliff Richard announced new 16-song album Rise Up at London’s Abbey Road Studio’s

The singer recorded his debut hit Move It 60 years ago at the studios. The new album will reflect turbulent time he has faced in the past four years

The singer recorded his debut hit Move It 60 years ago at the studios. The new album will reflect turbulent time he has faced in the past four years

Last month he won £210,000 in damages from the BBC for the invasion of his privacy in 2014 when it filmed a raid on his home by police investigating false sex abuse claims

Last month he won £210,000 in damages from the BBC for the invasion of his privacy in 2014 when it filmed a raid on his home by police investigating false sex abuse claims

 

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