Shirley Bassey, born January 8, 1937, is a Welsh pop singer active since the 1950s and 1960s. In 1959, with the famous song “As I Love You”, she became the first Welsh singer to reach the top of the UK singles chart. In 2000, she was awarded the Order of the British Empire (DBE) by Queen Elizabeth II. Her emotional approach to singing coupled with her unique voice makes her performances unforgettable.
She is the only singer who has won three gold records with three songs from the 007 films: “Goldfinger”, “Diamonds Are Forever” and “Moonraker”. Today we will listen to her double live album Shirley Bassey-Live In Japan. This record was very well produced and the Japanese recording level at that time was already among the best in the world.
A3 Let Me Sing And I’m Happy
A4 Make The World A Little Younger
A5 Going, Going, Gone
B1 Without You
B2 Diamonds Are Forever
B3 When You Smile
B4 All That Love Went To Waste
C1 Big Spender
C2 Day By Day
C3 Never, Never, Never
C5 Shirley Bassey Acknowledging Audience Applause
D1 Yesterday, When I Was Young
D2 Introduction Of Orchestra
D3 You And I
D4 Shirley Bassey Acknowledging Audience Applause
D5 This Is My Life
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