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Cliff Richard announces new album featuring Elvis Presley 'duet'

By: Elvis Australia
Source: www.elvis.com.au
October 7, 2016 - 10:33:15 PM
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Cliff Richard has announced his 101st album will feature a 'duet' with Elvis Presley.

The veteran singer, 75, will release the album - 'News of Just ... Fabulous Rock 'n' Roll' - in November, and hopes it will top the charts at Christmas.

One track, entitled Blue Suede Shoes, will feature Sir Cliff singing a 'duet' with the King of Rock 'n' Roll.

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Other songs on the album will feature Sir Cliff sing renditions of Roll Over Beethoven, Great Balls of Fire and Sweet Little Sixteen - as well as a new original track, It's Better To Dream.

It will also feature his debut single Move It. Sir Cliff released his first album 'Move It' in 1958 and said it was a lifetime ambition to sing a 'duet' with Elvis.

He added: 'Not only do I find it hard to believe that my career has spanned this length of time, but also that I still get the chance to do the thing I love best, and that is to get into a studio.

'My new CD is another dip into an incredible period of our musical history. A happy, creative, and in many ways an innocent time.'I will always love this music, but more importantly I hope you do too. Rock on!'

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