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Decca in a Cliff plunge.

Sir Cliff Richard is to release his latest album on the record label that turned him down more than 45 years ago.

The veteran pop star failed in 1958 to sign a recording deal with Decca - which famously overlooked the Beatles - but went on to become one of Britain's most successful solo singers, notching up a string of hit singles over five decades.

The artist was later taken up by EMI and stayed with the musical company for 45 years before announcing his move to Decca.

Sir Cliff's new album, Something's Going On, will be released on November 1 and is his first studio CD in three years.
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Sep 7, 2004
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