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  • Audio CD (October 18, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: EMI Import
  • ASIN: B0057C9MQO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #185,057 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Saving a Life
2. Go on and Tell Him
3. Do You Ever
4. Teardrops
5. When I Was Your Baby
6. Are You Feeling Me
7. Oh How Happy
8. Every Piece of My Broken Heart
9. How We Get Down
10. This Time with You
11. Don't Say You Love Me (It'll Ruin My Day)
12. She Looked Good
13. I'm Your Puppet
14. Always and Forever
15. Birds of a Feather

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Soulicious is the brand new album from Cliff. A 15-song collection featuring Cliff and some of the greatest voices ever in soul music including Percy Sledge, Roberta Flack, Billy Paul, Freda Payne, Peabo Bryson and many more.

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All of them blend so well together.
T. Hodgkins
Soulicious by Cliff Richard has him doing what he does so well.
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If you appreciate great music, buy this CD.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Robert Reynolds on March 4, 2012
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This is perhaps Cliff's best CD in many years. A few songs: Saving a Life; When I Was Your Baby; I'm Your Puppet; Always and Forever are songs that should easily be at the top of adult contemporary charts. Several others add a gritty soulful strength to the CD. The more I listen, the more I enjoy it. Saving a Life, the opening song, is one of the finest we'll hear all year. For the legendary British singer who has been performing for more than 50-years, this is a great achievement. The unfortunate thing about it is the American music public has never embraced Cliff on a sustained basis (although he remarkably has had U.S. hits in each decade beginning in the 50s). If you appreciate great music, buy this CD.
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By T. Hodgkins on October 19, 2011
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I have to admit that I think Sir Cliff has surpassed himself. Soulicious, in my humble (and I don't do humble for anyone, so that's saying something) opinion is one of his best albums ever, and I think you could make a case for it being his best album since Something's Goin' On (2004), but I hesitate to say it, mainly because Cliff's albums are different each time. I think, for example, comparing Soulicious with Bold As Brass, Cliff's jazz and swing classics album from last year, would be unfair because the two albums are just so different in style, it would be like comparing chalk and cheese.

In truth I think Soulicious is the sort of album Cliff could have been recording for years. I think it was the late Mickie Most who once said that Cliff has, and I hope this won't offend anyone, a black edge to his voice. I think that's spot on, and I think he uses it to its full effect on this one. Us Brits know Cliff, I suppose, for rock and pop, but on Soulicious he gets to unleash his ability with this R&B and soul material, and the style fits him like a well made glove. In a way the natural forerunner for this album is Real As I Wanna Be (1998), with its glorious R&B feel, but on this one Cliff takes it even further, and the results, for my money, are staggering.

The vocals on the whole album are sublime. Cliff is heartbreaking on Go On And Tell Him, a track I openly admit to crying at the first time I heard it, with its message that a broken relationship is fixable, all the woman has to do is tell the new boyfriend that she still loves the ex and go back where she should be. However, really get the tissues out for Do You Ever, where Cliff pours out his soul and hands it to you virtually gift-wrapped.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Daryl on October 20, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Recorded in Memphis with Motown songwriting legend Lamont Dozier, Cliff Richard's first studio album since turning 70, "Soulicious", may seem an unlikely new direction for a singer synonymous with old-fashioned rock & roll and schmaltzy Christmas ballads, but having previously released 1998's R&B-themed "Real as I Wanna Be" and singing duets with the likes of Janet Jackson and Dionne Warwick, it's not as radical a departure as you might think.
Unfortunately, despite its credible behind the scenes team and an impressive guest list featuring some of the genre's greatest vocalists, the follow-up to his big-band effort, "Bold as Brass", lacks the soul needed to justify its bombastic title. Indeed, having recruited the likes of Billy Paul, Candi Staton, and Percy Sledge, it's a shame that their legendary talents are wasted on karaoke renditions of Heatwave's "Always and Forever", Womack & Womack's "Teardrops", and James & Bobby Purify's "I'm Your Puppet", respectively, while it's hard to see where the likes of the driving pop/rock ballad "Saving a Life", the falsetto-led synth pop of "Every Piece of My Broken Heart", the completely unexpected Lady Gaga pastiche, "Don't Say You Love Me (It'll Ruin My Day)", and the acid house grooves on closer "Birds of a Feather" fit in with the soul music concept.
However, there are several more encouraging results spread throughout these 15 tracks.
The New Stylistics' collaboration "How We Get Down" echoes the smooth Philly soul of the original five-piece in their '70s heyday; "She Looked Good" is a toe-tapping slice of infectious, brass-fused, soul-pop featuring the uplifting harmonies of Dennis Edwards and the Temptations, while "Are U Feeling Me?
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Soulicious by Cliff Richard has him doing what he does so well. He frequently stretches himself to reinvent his image as a pop star, and offers something new to stay current. This CD has him teaming up with many soul greats and entertains us well. Particular favorites are Saing A Life with Freda Payne, Do You Ever with Brenda Holloway, Teardrops with Candi Staton, Every Piece Of My Broken Heart with Valerie Simpson, This Time With You with Candi Staton, and by himself Don't Say You Love Me. Cliff Richard fans, and soul fans will like this the most.
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By Aero on December 28, 2013
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I am a collector of all Cliff Richards music. "Soulicious",is once again a delightful duets collaboration with original wording & titles with a real touch of SOUL..
Cliff Richards music surrounded me in the 60's at theaters,cinema along with television,wireless,records,8 tracks,DVD's & CD's of which still continues,today in 2013,as only before Christmas on BBCAmerica,Sir Cliff Richard,was a guest on the Graham Norton Show,aired in England,singing his newly released song written in his original words ..."Gorgeous"...

Excellent Seller and delivers,as promised. Reasonably priced.S.H.
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