Richard A Zsigmondy
Richard Andrew (died 1477) was a Canon of Windsor from 1450 to 1455, Archdeacon of Sarum from 1441 to 1444 and Dean of York from 1452 - 1477.
Green Light (Cliff Richard album)
Silver (Cliff Richard album)
Silver is a 1983 studio album by Cliff Richard, marking his 25th anniversary in music. The North American version was titled Give a Little Bit More and had a revised track list.
Mr. Big (Little Richard album)
Mr. Big, released in the middle of his Reprise Records period, was another compilation of Little Richard's mid-1960s recordings for Vee Jay Records, released on the UK Joy label. None of the tracks had previously been released on an album - many had been released on singles in 1965, the rest were outtakes. A later album with not only the same name, but also the same cover was released for the US market in 1974 with different tracks. (See The Alternate Mr. Big). Another similar release came in the form of Talkin‘ ‘bout Soul , also in 1974, with one previously unreleased track and stereo versions of released single sides.
Richard and Linda J. Eyre
Richard M. Eyre (born 1944) is a consultant, speaker, and author of many books. He was also a candidate for the Republican nomination for Utah Governor in 1992.
Wonderful Life (Cliff Richard album)
Wonderful Life is a soundtrack album by Cliff Richard with The Shadows to the 1964 film Wonderful Life . It is their third film soundtrack album and Richard's eleventh album overall. The album reached number 2 in the UK Albums Chart, spending 8 weeks in the top 3 and 23 weeks on in the top 20, but was a marked decline from their previous soundtrack album Summer Holiday that had spent 14 weeks at number 1.
The Final Reunion Tour (Cliff Richard and The Shadows)
The Final Reunion Tour was Cliff Richard and The Shadows' last worldwide tour together. The 2009-10 arena tour included shows in UK, Ireland, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. The tour marked 50 years since they first played together and was the first time they had played together in over 20 years. The tour grossed more than $60m.
The Second Coming (Little Richard album)
The Second Coming was Little Richard's third album for Reprise Records, and saw him reunited with Robert "Bumps" Blackwell from his Specialty days, with them co-writing the majority of the album together. The concept was to unite the best rock studio musicians of the '50s with the best rock studio musicians of the '70s. Many fans were disappointed in the material and in the over-syncopated, over-produced tracks. The album again failed to chart.