|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Never Say Die (Give A Little Bit More)||2||Audio||1983||EMI|
|2||The Wonderful World Of Cliff Richard & The Shadows||27||Audio||1988||Remember|
|4||I Just Don't Have The Heart||3||Audio||1989|
|5||Power To All Our Friends||2||Audio||1973||EMI|
|7||She Means Nothing To Me||2||Audio||1983||Capitol Records|
|8||Remember Me||24||Audio||1987||EMI Music (Germany)|
|9||Good Times (Better Times)||2||Audio||1969||Columbia|
|10||Wired For Sound||11||Audio||1981||EMI Electrola|
|11||We Don't Talk Anymore||2||Audio||1979||EMI|
|15||Miss You Nights||2||Audio||1975||EMI|
|17||My Pretty One||2||Audio||1987||EMI|
|18||She's So Beautiful||2||Audio||1985||EMI|
|19||We Don't Talk Anymore||2||Audio||1979|
|20||Sunny Honey Girl||3||Audio||1971||Columbia|
|21||Now You See Me, Now You Don't||11||Audio||1982||EMI|
|23||We Don't Talk Anymore||2||Audio||1979|
|24||We Don't Talk Anymore||2||Audio||1979||EMI|
|26||Lean On You||2||Audio||1989||EMI|
|28||We Don't Talk Anymore||3||Audio||1990||Emi Music Belgium|
|29||Rock 'N' Roll Juvenile||12||Audio||1979|
|30||We Don't Talk Anymore / Carrie||2||Audio||1980||AMIGA|
|32||I Just Don't Have The Heart||3||Audio||1989||EMI|
|33||Cliff Richard||12||Audio||Music Stars|
|34||The Joy Of Living||3||Audio||1970||Odeon|
|35||I'm No Hero||10||Audio||1980||EMI|
|36||The Best Of Cliff Richard||16||Audio||World Star Collection|
|37||We Don't Talk Anymore / Count Me Out||2||Audio||1979||EMI|
|39||Move It - Seine Besten Songs||18||Audio||1980|
|42||Wired For Sound||2||Audio||1981|
|45||The Only Way Out||2||Audio||1982|
|46||We Don't Talk Anymore||2||Audio||1979|
|47||When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart / Got A Funny Feeling||2||Audio||1961-10-06||Columbia|
|48||I Just Don't Have The Heart||3||Audio||1989||EMI|
|49||Lean On You (Extended Mix)||3||Audio||1989||EMI|
|50||Rock'n Roll Juvenile||12||Audio||1979||EMI|
Born October 14, 1940, Lucknow, India to British parents.
[b]When appearing with Drifters, The, please use [a=Cliff Richard & The Drifters] as main artist. [/b]
[b]When appearing with Shadows, The, please use [a=Cliff Richard & The Shadows] as main artist. [/b]
Britain's most successful home-grown pop star, he has had more than 130 singles, albums and EPs make the UK Top 20, more than any other artist. He has achieved 14 UK number one singles (or 18, depending on the counting methodology).
He holds the record (with Elvis Presley) as the only act to make the UK singles charts in all of its first six decades (1950s–2000s).
He was backed in the 50s by [a=Drifters, The (2)], who later changed their name to [a=Shadows, The].
Richard first came to fame in 1958 with his debut disc "Move It", a rock 'n' roll number in the Elvis Presley mould. However, like Elvis himself, Cliff's output quickly settled down into a string of inoffensive, largely middle-of-the-road recordings, while his squeaky clean, teen-heart-throb image was put to use in a series of exuberant, innocent, and thinly-plotted film musicals including "The Young Ones" (1962) and "Summer Holiday" (1963).
The late '70s saw him surprisingly re-invented as a mildly-heavy rocker, and he finally achieved the US recognition that had eluded him for so long when "Devil Woman" reached the top ten there. In 1979 he released "We Don't Talk Anymore", which became his biggest-selling single worldwide, and more hits followed. In 1983, he marked his 25th anniversary in the business with a retrospective album "Silver" and new material in unusual styles. In late 2013, he released his 100th album, "The Fabulous Rock 'N' Roll Songbook".