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Solitaire - Shirley Bassey - Shirley Bassey 82 (Cassette)


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  1. Released in , this was the first studio album from Shirley Bassey with completely new material. Her two previous albums issued on the Philips label were collections of .
  2. Bassey's third album is a pleasing if momentarily uneven collection of 13 songs, accompanied by Geoff Love and his orchestra with the Rita Williams Singers. Once one gets past the most questionable track here (the opener, no less), a version of "Love Is a Many Splendored Thing" that Bassey belts out to a too-loud accompaniment, everything is a winner.
  3. An early 80's effort from The Ultimate Diva is enjoyable and as always with Dame Shirley, POWERFUL. The disc does suffer from a lower than usual sound level, and the live version of Goldfinger is badly mixed, but, just turn up the volume and stand back and let Bassey do what she does best: transmit emotion with unmatchable vocal ability/5(14).
  4. Ⓟ Ⓒ Applause Records, Inc. Vocals recorded at Just Magic Studios, Vancouver, B.C. Grave et presse en France (printed and pressed in France). Track duration differs slightly between labels and back of sleeve.
  5. Known to Americans most for her belting rendition of the theme to Goldfinger, the edition in the James Bond series (as well as 's Diamonds Are Forever and 's Moonraker), Shirley Bassey was one of the most popular female vocalists in Britain during the last half of the 20th century. Known as "Bassey the Belter" and also the "Tigress of Tiger Bay," her early career in .
  6. The Welsh singer Shirley Bassey was a regular visitor to the UK charts during the s and s. She faded the next decade although the Swiss group Yello put her on the charts again with the collaboration The Rhythm Divine in /5(37).
  7. Shirley Bassey, famous in the United States for her recording of "Goldfinger" is an exceptional British singer. Born in Wales, "The Fabulous Shirley Bassey, released in , was her second album. Always a big voice, she strikes me as a powerful wind machine, and even the orchestration around her has to go from 8 to 10 in volume control.
  8. Standout tracks: All By Myself, If and When, He's Out of My Life, and Solitaire. The New York Medley works best live, but Shirley gives it life none-the-less. A must have for Bassey fans and those who enjoy a fantastic voice on some great songs from the 70's and early 80's that are classics if not soon to be standards/5(14).

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