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Cliff does Decca deal.

CLIFF Richard is releasing his latest album on Decca, the label which turned him down more than 40 years ago.

Decca, who famously also overlooked the Beatles, turned down the veteran pop star in 1958 but he went on to become one of Britain's most successful solo singers.

Cliff later signed with EMI and stayed with them for 45 years before announcing his move to Decca. Decca president Costa Pilavachi said: 'We may not have signed him back in 1958 but it's never too late to correct a mistake.'

The album, Something's Going On, will be released in November .

Cliff said: 'The enthusiasm and confidence which everyone feels about my new album has given me a new lease of life.'
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Sep 7, 2004
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