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The Best of the EMI Years


Download links and information about The Best of the EMI Years by Cilla Black. This album was released in 1991 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Teen Pop genres. It contains 26 tracks with total duration of 01:12:07 minutes.

Artist: Cilla Black
Release date: 1991
Genre: Rock, Pop, Teen Pop
Tracks: 26
Duration: 01:12:07
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No. Title Length
1. You're My World (Il Mio Mondo) 2:59
2. Anyone Who Had a Heart 2:51
3. Love of the Loved 2:02
4. It's For You 2:22
5. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' 3:09
6. I've Been Wrong Before 2:12
7. Goin' Out of My Head (Mono) 2:16
8. Love's Just a Broken Heart (Mono) 2:29
9. Alfie 2:41
10. A Fool Am I (Dimmelo Parlami) 2:44
11. Sing a Rainbow (Mono) 2:44
12. Don't Answer Me 2:47
13. When I Fall In Love (Mono) 2:57
14. Yesterday (Mono) 2:27
15. Make It Easy On Yourself (Mono) 3:07
16. What Good Am I 3:09
17. I Only Live to Love You (Cosa Si Fa Stasera) 2:48
18. Step Inside Love (Mono) 2:22
19. Where Is Tomorrow? 2:42
20. What the World Needs Now Is Love 3:06
21. Conversations 4:09
22. Surround Yourself With Sorrow 2:34
23. If I Thought You'd Ever Change Your Mind 2:48
24. Something Tells Me (Something's Gonna Happen Tonight) 2:25
25. Liverpool Lullaby (Mono) 3:16
26. Baby We Can't Go Wrong 3:01



Among the many recording artists who rode to fame on the Beatles' bandwagon, Cilla Black — the singing hat-check girl at Liverpool's Cavern Club — was truly one with enduring talent. It's hard to find anything more reminiscent of swinging '60s London than "Love of the Loved," a Paul McCartney tune and Cilla's debut single (1963). Two McCartney follow-ups, "It's for You" and "Step Inside Love," utilized Cilla's high-powered, slightly nasal delivery as the key element in a highly successful formula — luring listeners with a softly bewitching intro, then knocking 'em dead with a full-tilt chorus. A generous selection of cabaret ballads appear on this release, many of which were big hits back in Britain. Among these are the Bacharach-David tunes "Alfie," "Make It Easy on Yourself," and "What the World Needs Now Is Love," though Cilla's renditions are somehow less convincing than Dionne Warwick's. Still, if you're a fan — for completeness' sake anyway — this is the Cilla CD to own.