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To think cliff Richard sounds like he has..

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ElectricalBanana Mon 24-Mar-14 14:51:05

Someone else's teeth in when he sings with englebert humperdink?

She shounds a bit like thish....

Englebert sounds great ( did I the oldest goth in town just write that?) but oh dear cliff........shaking head emoticon

IslaValargeone Mon 24-Mar-14 14:53:13

I knew this would be about his teeth grin
Really outclassed by Englebert.

Scholes34 Mon 24-Mar-14 14:53:24

Actually, Cliff sounds much better than Elton or Sir Paul.

IslaValargeone Mon 24-Mar-14 14:54:57

Yes but they are both monumentally shite.

DadOnIce Mon 24-Mar-14 15:44:45

Mind you, sho doesh Paolo Nutini and he ish only twenty-sheven.

frizzcat Mon 24-Mar-14 16:02:43

I'm no fan of Cliff or Englebert but by holy knickers I'd buy every one of their albums and pay to join their fan clubs if I never had to listen to another Paolo Nutini song again

frizzcat Mon 24-Mar-14 16:03:47

Pure anger, prevented grammar up there ^^

KurriKurri Mon 24-Mar-14 16:30:23

Cliff sounds dire as always, his singing on this is just more evidence that his head mummified itself several years ago.

Shoopshoop2 Mon 24-Mar-14 16:41:47

My dentist had pictures of Cliff's teeth on the wall,before and after,so you have a point Electric smile

ShatnersBassoon Mon 24-Mar-14 16:45:33

Him and Elton ought to go halves on a tube of Polygrip.

LetZygonsbeZygons Mon 24-Mar-14 16:46:05

where was that on? tv? Cliff, I mean.

and agree totally about Paolo Nutini.

I thought it was Bob Dylan singing in tune when I first heard him!
and old man of 150!!!!

LetZygonsbeZygons Mon 24-Mar-14 17:10:36

anyone? I want to hear or see this.

Shoopshoop2 Mon 24-Mar-14 17:31:44

Try Youtube maybe.

MrsToddsShortcut Mon 24-Mar-14 18:28:10

It's called 'Since I Lost My Baby' and it's actually (whispers) quite catchy.

I can't believe I just wrote that. I used to be a Goth, I used to sing in a rock band, I used to be cool dammit!

And now I drive to work listening to Radio 2 (ex home of Jimmy Young!) listening to this duet and thinking it's 'quite pleasant' and wondering who it is.

I didn't recognise Engelbert at all, who sounds great btw, but the I heard the dulcet tones of Captain Sibilant and it was like stepping into an old pair of comfy slippers...

Oh what the heck - I like it! blush

WitchWay Mon 24-Mar-14 19:01:04

Once you know it's him it's easy to tell it's him IYSWIM. Agree quite catchy blush

MrsToddsShortcut Mon 24-Mar-14 19:14:20

Oh Witch! What's to become of us?

<hides copy of Devil Woman>

blanchedeveraux Mon 24-Mar-14 19:18:22

I met Cliff in a restaurant about 30 years ago. He looked like a walking corpse then. His neck was like a turkey gizzard. I could never understand all the "Peter Pan of Pop" shite, he was ancient then and looked it. God knows what he looks like close up now.

IslaValargeone Mon 24-Mar-14 20:53:00

You can forgive Paulo Nutini's voice simply because he looks so damned good. He is ridiculously handsome.

MoominMammasHandbag Mon 24-Mar-14 20:58:07

I quite like Paolo Nutini.
But then I love Bob Dylan.

Bunbaker Mon 24-Mar-14 21:02:27

"It's called 'Since I Lost My Baby' and it's actually (whispers) quite catchy."

Actually, I agree. I thought it was Kris Kristofferson at first. When Cliff started to sing I thought "isn't that Cliff?", but I still wouldn't have guessed at EH, who I don't like at all. But I quite like the song.

LetZygonsbeZygons Tue 25-Mar-14 19:13:51

saw Cliff ona old episode of Top gear today.

yy about the neck! came across a bit pratty.

but I luffs him anyway!

ChickenFromHell Tue 25-Mar-14 19:18:07

I'd turn Paolo Nutini inside out < drools >

WhatamessIgotinto Tue 25-Mar-14 19:19:54

I love Paulo he's shexy! smile

LetZygonsbeZygons Tue 25-Mar-14 19:21:37

buy him some new teeth too! DC cracks up laughing when I play PN to her, she says its an old man!

but yes, Cliffs sounding very old now. his rock and roll stuff a few months ago he was sounding great.

but him and McCartney....can you imagine a duet from them?¬

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