New Singer, New Song: The Cliff Richard Story
Word Books, 1968 - 160 pages
Relates the rise, success, and personal life of a popular British singer who got his start in 1958 during the rock and roll era.
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Chapter Page INTRODUCTION I I
BUS RIDE TO HODDESDON
n THE FIVE HORSESHOES
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