Images is the title of Cilla Black's sixth solo studio album released in 1971 by Parlophone Records. It was notably Black's penultimate album project with George Martin and it also was a change in direction for Black with a more contemporary pop sound. This re-issue features all of the album's original recordings re-mastered by Abbey Road Studios from original 1/4" stereo master tapes.
CILLA BLACK is the Queen of Pop one last time as she tops the Official Albums charts with her first ever No 1 album, The Very Best Of, just one day after her funeral. Following her funeral yesterday, Cilla Black’s The Very Best Of has climbed to Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart. The announcement was made today when the official chart positions were announced at 6pm. The accolade marks a new peak for the greatest hits compilation, which reached No 20 in 1983. It seems strange, considering her enormous pop success, but the Liverpudlian legend has never actually had a chart-topping album – until now. Her eponymous album Cilla hit No 5 in 1965. The following year the colourfully titled Cilla Sings A Rainbow did one better and made it to No 4.
Tracking list e i testi dell'album: The Very Best of Cilla Black Data di pubblicazione: 14 ottobre 2013. Tracking list e i testi dell'album: Love of the Loved.
The story of Cilla Black is best known in America because of her connection with the Beatles. Originally one of the Cavern's staff under her real name of Priscilla White, she was discovered by Brian Epstein and cut her first single, Lennon and (mostly) McCartney's 'Love Of The Loved' towards the end of 1963. This album is, I think, the best single-disc compilation of her work during the 1960s and early 1970s. All the biggest and best-known hits are here, with some of the other songs with which she is associated. However, that's a minor matter.