I Am What I Am was the only studio album recorded by Shirley Bassey for the Towerbell Records label. Several other tracks were also recorded at this label and issued as singles only. The recording sessions took place at Olympic Studios, Barnes, London, in July and August 1984. Following the success of the previous album All by Myself, this album peaked at number 25 in the UK album chart and reached Gold status.
The Shirley Bassey Singles Album. The Shirley Bassey Collection Volume II. - - 1976. Silver - There’s No Place Like London b/w Born to Sing Forever. Песня вне альбома - - 1987. The Rhythm Divine (Yello featuring Shirley Bassey).
25th Anniversary Album is a compilation album by Shirley Bassey. Released in 1978 to mark her 25th year in showbusiness, the album was a double set, comprising 40 tracks. The songs included span just 20 of the 25 years from 1957 to 1976, however, her first professional contract (which is reproduced within the album's inner sleeve) is dated 1953. Bassey had toured extensively throughout 1978 to mark her 25 years. This collection, including her biggest hits and some lesser-known recordings, became one of her biggest in the UK, where it reached N. and spent 12 weeks on the album chart
To All the Men I've Loved Before". This album saw Bassey re-record her 1958 UK hit single As I Love You which she had released on the Philips label. Also issued in the US as Does Anybody Miss Me there the album did not include the re-recording of As I Love You, the original album was issued in mono and stereo. Does Anybody Miss Me -. 5 Ill Never Fall in Love Again -. 0 Never, Never, No -. 9 Picture Puzzle -. 3 I Only Miss Him -. 7 As I Love You -. 7 Side Two.
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The Shirley Bassey Singles Album is a compilation album released in 1975 by British singer Shirley Bassey. Having seen a sales dip in the latter half of the 1960s, Shirley Bassey enjoyed a successful comeback in the 1970s, beginning with the single and album hits, "Something".
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Shirley Bassey is a 1961 album by Shirley Bassey, her fifth studio album and her third with EMI/Columbia. Bassey was accompanied by Geoff Love and his orchestra and The Williams Singers (The Rita Williams Singers). com/Shirley Bassey (album). 1992 – The Love Album. 1992 – The Love Album is an album by Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine.
1969 Shirley Bassey recorded and released this classic 1950's tune on her 1969 LP titled, 'Does Anybody Miss Me?' As with most songs that Ms. Bassey records, she places her own stamp both with an unique arrangement and vocal delivery to this song. Shirley changes things up by delivering an innocent vocal interpretation, while the arrangement is designed for a mature listening ear as it includes strings, trumpets, and jazz undertones embedded within the upbeat orchestral melody. Shirley Bassey also covered the song on her 1969 album Does Anybody Miss Me. The version most often associated with the song was recorded by Mel Carter, released in 1965 on Imperial, which reached number eight on the Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the Easy Listening chart in 1965. Добавлено: 6 год. Shirley Bassey Music and Vids 6 год.