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2018 release from the pop/rock legend. Rise Up is Richard''s first album of new material in 14 years (since Something''s Goin'' On from 2004). The album follows Cliff Richard''s legal battle with the BBC, and the singer has said of the album''s title: "I chose Rise Up as the title track because after the bad period I went through in my life, I''ve managed to ''Rise Up'' out of what seemed like a quagmire". All tracks produced by Rupert Christie; additional production by Jochem van der Saag and Jorge Vivo. Except "The Minute You''re Gone", "Miss You Nights", "Devil Woman" and "Some People" produced by James Morgan and Juliette Pochin.

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Another solid album from Sir Cliff
Reviewed in the United States on March 23, 2019
Not a bad song or performance on the album. Although it''s been a while since his last album of original songs, the wait was worth it. Some critics are claiming that Cliff should have reinvented himself rather than give his audience/followers more of the "same." I really... See more
Not a bad song or performance on the album. Although it''s been a while since his last album of original songs, the wait was worth it. Some critics are claiming that Cliff should have reinvented himself rather than give his audience/followers more of the "same." I really think at his age he should get to do whatever he wants? Yes, it''s the type of songs Cliff has done so well over his storied career, but would they rather he tried something vastly different and had it be a failure? Many of these songs fit seamlessly into his extensive catalog, and considering how brilliant that catalog is, especially going back to the late seventies, eighties, and nineties, it seems rather ludicrous to complain that he has given us additional songs to enjoy into the future. As for the four songs with orchestral accompaniment, maybe he did this to prove that his voice could still handle these touchstones in his career, but I thought they were unnecessary. They''re so much like the original versions, I would have preferred four additional new songs. See? Now I''m complaining about stupid things! If you like this, purchase his two recent rock ''n'' roll revival releases, as he''s in superb voice and the productions are solid. And his last release of original songs ("For Life") is fabulous. Same album as "Somethin'' Is Goin'' On" but with 17 songs in all -- and none of the songs are throwaways. Amazing that Cliff is still performing and recording so brilliantly given his age and what he''s gone through on a personal level over the last few years. There''s nothing like a new Cliff Richard album to enjoy, and Rise Up does the trick brilliantly!
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The power of cliff, still the best!
Reviewed in the United States on May 4, 2019
Classic Cliff, sings every song, magnificently, no matter what type of song, sounds current, vibrant, love the duet with Olivia Newton John, the lyrics are so on the mark, especially about rising above and surviving, after what cliff has been put thru, great eclectic mix of... See more
Classic Cliff, sings every song, magnificently, no matter what type of song, sounds current, vibrant, love the duet with Olivia Newton John, the lyrics are so on the mark, especially about rising above and surviving, after what cliff has been put thru, great eclectic mix of songs, love the orchestrated versions of the four extra dongs, especially, devil woman, and some people, love this album, been 14 year''s, but worth the wait! Thank you, Cliff
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WOW! “RISE UP” rises higher than the stars!
Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2019
Sir Cliff’s new album, “RISE UP” is one of the best recording projects I have ever heard! Great songs! Great production! Cliffs voice sounds better than ever! The entire album explodes with great POP songs, and the extra tracks with the ‘Royal Phiilharmonic Orchestra’... See more
Sir Cliff’s new album, “RISE UP” is one of the best recording projects I have ever heard!
Great songs! Great production! Cliffs voice sounds better than ever! The entire album explodes with great POP songs, and the extra tracks with the ‘Royal Phiilharmonic Orchestra’ is phenomenal!
So ‘RISE UP’ and purchase Sir Cliff’s new album, before it sells out. 👍
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Reviewed in the United States on September 30, 2019
I have many Cliff Richard LPs and cds. I was very happy to find this recent release. I have enjoyed listening to it.
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excellent album
Reviewed in the United States on January 25, 2019
another strong album from cliff with many really great songs.
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Great Cliff!
Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2021
Cliff still doing it Right!You can almost always recommend Cliff.Good material,good arrangements!
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Very good to hear new songs from Cliff Richard
Reviewed in the United States on January 16, 2019
I have been a fan of Cliff Richard for almost fifty years and it great to hear new songs. He seems ageless he sounds like he did all those years ago.
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Great New Cd First New original Songs Since 2004 Something''special Going on
Reviewed in the United States on December 7, 2018
Cliff Has Recorded A fantastic New Album. Contains First Single Rise Up Written By Terry Britton Who Also Penned Cliff ''s #1 Hit Here And In The UK Devil Woman. I Have Been A Life Long Cliff Fan And Couldn''t Wait To Get This So I Ordered The Pre-Release From Amazon... See more
Cliff Has Recorded A fantastic New Album. Contains First Single Rise Up Written By Terry Britton Who Also Penned Cliff ''s #1 Hit Here And In The UK Devil Woman. I Have Been A Life Long Cliff Fan And Couldn''t Wait To Get This So I Ordered The Pre-Release From Amazon UK Where Cliff Is An ICON And Has Been For 60 Years. Every Song Special And Fantastic. Well This Is Cliff What Else Would One Expect. At 78 Years Of Age Cliff Has That Amazing Octave By Octave Note For Note Velvet Voice That Has Not Changed For 60 Yrs. Get This Along With The New DVD 60th Anniversary Tour. The Show Was Shown In Cinemas Across The UK And Now We Can See It Here In The USA. IT IS PLAYABLE ON ALL US DVD PLAYERS.
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Louise Lacaille
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Not got this album? You haven''t lived.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 24, 2018
“Rise Up” really knocked me for six the first time I heard it. It was like a hurricane rushing through me as it awakened all kinds of emotions I never thought I could feel. Whether you are a veteran Cliff fan or you’ve never bought a Cliff album before, I really strongly...See more
“Rise Up” really knocked me for six the first time I heard it. It was like a hurricane rushing through me as it awakened all kinds of emotions I never thought I could feel. Whether you are a veteran Cliff fan or you’ve never bought a Cliff album before, I really strongly recommend this if you’re looking for something soulful, emotional, inspirational or something that can lift you up when you’ve been dragged through the mire. As Cliff was. Some critics say only the dynamic title track references Cliff’s ordeal, but for me the latter is steeped in every note, like a ghost. Which is not to say it’s a miserable album…it isn’t. It’s not about crumpling up and dying, it’s about rising from your ashes like a phoenix, about being “Reborn”. It’s about longing for your dream and never giving up thereon, it’s about renewal and recovery. And it’s all stunning, there is not a bad track or filler on this. His voice…close your eyes and let it flow…is impeccable…78 he might be, but his vocals are smooth, unhindered and caressing, and wraps around the lyric like swathes of silk. The intimacy and finer shades of feeling in his voice leave most of today’s younger singers far behind. Hear it! There really aren’t standouts…each song stands alone and is beautiful in a different way, but the album is a blend of upbeat soul and emotionally charged ballads, so if you like Adele, Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Paloma Faith, then try this! “Dancing into Nightfall” and “That’s What The Night Is For” are very danceable, “Everyone’s Someone” is uplifting, and “Wide, Deep and High” is spiritual. In the way all the songs are, and when love is mentioned, it feels like Cliff is referencing a deeper love than between two lovers, an everlasting, unbreakable love – the love God has for us- although no way do you have to hold religious faith to be moved by this album. The songs are all about love. But the love isn’t a passing fancy, a fleeting attraction; ‘I’m crazy for your body’-thing. This is I love you with “Everything That I Am”. If I had any criticism of this album it would only be that it wreaks havoc with my emotions. But that’s good. This album will haunt you, will stay with you. The deeper you listen, the more you’ll get out of it. Buy it and love it forever.
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Rise Up, A Review
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 29, 2018
Rise Up is Sir Cliff Richard’s 104th album release and heralds yet another reinvention from the ultimate chameleon of rock and pop. Incredibly, it is his first album of entirely original tracks since 2004’s fantastic Something’s Goin’ On, a perennial personal favourite of...See more
Rise Up is Sir Cliff Richard’s 104th album release and heralds yet another reinvention from the ultimate chameleon of rock and pop. Incredibly, it is his first album of entirely original tracks since 2004’s fantastic Something’s Goin’ On, a perennial personal favourite of mine, though Soulicious, another big personal favourite, released as recently as 7 years ago, only had 4 covers on it and shouldn’t be overlooked as a covers album at all, but for the sake of not arguing with the great man I’ll concede that I know what he means and agree that he last released an album of brand new material an amazing 14 years ago. The wait was worth it. Rise Up opens with the track of the same name and the listener should be able to instantly recognise that something just a bit different is happening, though the surprise is that one of the song’s writers, Terry Britten, is known to generations of Cliff fans for writing Devil Woman, a massive hit for Cliff in 1976, from the ‘comeback’ album I’m Nearly Famous, and many more. The other writer is Graham Lyle (of Gallagher and Lyle fame). The pair won a Grammy for What’s Love Got To Do With It in the 80s, which was reputedly written with Sir Cliff in mind and ended up in the hands of Tina Turner. Ah well Cliff, you can’t win ‘em all and Tina doesn’t do a bad job of it! I have to admit that when I heard that Rise Up, the title track, was going to reflect the last four horrific years Sir Cliff has suffered, I fully expected a ballad. Imagine my surprise when I heard it for the first time and discovered a pop/rock song. Given what Sir Cliff has been through, which is well documented elsewhere and doesn’t need me to rehash it, I thought a ballad where Cliff would pour his heart out would be the thing, but instead we get an up-tempo, vibrant pop/rock song with a distinct edge. The fact that anyone who knows a thing about Sir Cliff knows that he is no pushover and won’t be pushed around by anyone, shines out in the lyrics and the message is bright, upbeat and typically optimistic. The fact that the track also recently topped the vinyl single and physical singles charts has probably done it no harm at all too. Track two, Reborn, was co-written by another familiar name to Cliff fans, Chris Eaton, who is probably best known for writing Sir Cliff’s Christmas number one of 1990, Saviour’s Day, but has also written many more Cliff tracks through the years. The other writer is another familiar name to Cliff fans, Steve Mandile, Again, I expected a ballad and got something else entirely, a track that is quite possibly the best single Cliff has released for a few years. It’s just a shame the fans flat refusal to download and stream has prevented it being the hit it deserves to be. Listen to Cliff’s impeccable vocals and the clever use of strings on the track. Just perfection. Track three is the one and only duet on the album. For Everybody’s Someone, written by Martin Sutton and Chris Neil, Sir Cliff has teamed up with his dear friend Olivia Newton John. A beautiful, rich ballad, the song suits Sir Cliff’s and Olivia’s voices to perfection. The song, which sends out messages of all of us being important and of value, is poignant anyway, but it has an added poignancy when you think that both Sir Cliff have been through the mill, Sir Cliff for reasons I don’t need to explain and Olivia with her recent diagnosis of cancer for the third time. I have no hesitation in saying that Everybody’s Someone is Cliff and Olivia’s finest duet, check it out. Track four, the delightful Gonna Be Alright, was written by Peter Wright, Ben Robbins and Steve Balsamo. Steve Balsamo’s late mother apparently told him when he was a young child, when he used to sing little songs he’d made up when she was putting him to bed, he would write something for Cliff Richard one day. How right she was. Gonna Be Alright is catchy and fun, but it also carries a strong positive message. A word of warning, you will get the chorus stuck in your head. Just go with it, it’s easier that way! Track five is the stunningly beautiful Stardust, written by Anna Krantz. If you detect that it might be my favourite on the album, you would possibly be right, today anyway. For me Sir Cliff employs a technique he used to great effect on Devil Woman, where he sings the verses in the way he sings a ballad, the way I refer to as his ‘singing in your ear’ voice, but in complete contrast he let’s himself go in the chorus. The result is very definitely something special I could listen to over and over again. The arrangement of the song fits in beautifully with Sir Cliff’s intensely emotional vocals. On a level playing field, where Sir Cliff got the respect he deserves, Stardust would give him a whole new audience. It is stunning. Dancing Into Nightfall is track six written by Jamie Hartman and Shridnar Solanki. You won’t sit still whilst listening to this one, it’s infectious! If I can dance across my kitchen to it in my wheelchair, you can get up on your feet. For me it does have a little bit of an eighties feel, but that isn’t to say it’s dated. It’s just great fun and very catchy. It would be wonderful performed live. Track seven, River Flow, written by Henk Pool, Joona Pietikainen and Mickey Skeel Hansen, is one of the biggest surprises on the album. I defy anyone to come up with another Cliff song that sounds even remotely like this. It is dramatic, edgy and I think will surprise people who think they know what Sir Cliff does. Engaging quite a low, dark delivery on the verses, Sir Cliff uses some of his upper register to fantastic effect on the chorus, yet another one that will get stuck in your head. To me there is a little bit of an Indian feel to the track, which suits it down to the ground. In the days before streaming, downloading and discrimination on the basis of age, River Flow would have made the most fantastic single. It is another one that should bring Cliff a whole new audience. Track eight is the glorious Wide Deep and High, the second track written by Chris Eaton on the album. For many years Sir Cliff has put the occasional gospel, or rather ‘rockspel’ track on secular albums, starting with Such Is The Mystery on I’m Nearly Famous in 1976. Quite rightly in my view, he has taken the approach that he can’t separate himself from himself, and his faith is integral to his life. On Wide Deep and High Chris Eaton has written a song with relatively simple lyrics that are strangely (or maybe not so strangely) powerful, but the real magic is in the arrangement and in the delivery. What we have here is a song with no reference to God or Jesus at all, in fact, apart from the odd line, the song could quite easily be a romantic love song, but I don’t think it is. The song has a wonderful anthem feel that really seems to fit with Sir Cliff’s deeply moving, personal performance. Listen with your heart. There’s One, written by Don Mescall, Carl Falk and Sharon Vaughn, is track nine. Written with a bit of a bluesy feel, this beautiful ballad needed two listens before I could decide whether I loved it or not. On the second listen I really loved it. The delicate piano on the verses and the bigger arrangement for the chorus works like a dream. Vocally it is another impeccable, tender, heartfelt performance. Just delicious. Track ten, That’s What The Night Is For, written by Jon Green and Phil Thornalley, is utterly delightful. Another one that begs to be done live, Sir Cliff sings his way through the song with a real sense of joy. Sublime vocals and a gorgeous arrangement in a style reminiscent of the doo-wop songs Cliff has performed live at times, make this one irresistible. Definitely another one to get you up on your feet. Track eleven, Everything That I Am, was written by Martin Sjole, Sigurd Rosnes and Tom Nichols. A deeply tender love song, Everything That I Am is a song with a story, a style that Sir Cliff has used to wonderful effect many times before. A song about a man’s journey through the seasons of life with the one he loves, Sir Cliff sings with typical emotional awareness and intensity. It is yet another beautifully arranged song that suits Cliff’s voice to perfection. The twelfth and final new track on the album is Chris Eaton’s The Miracle of Love. I know some people convince themselves that Sir Cliff puts a Christmas song out every year, but he doesn’t. Is three Christmas number ones in sixty years a lot? I don’t think it is. Either way, The Miracle Of Love has the makings of another Cliff Christmas classic, and best of all, there isn’t a sleighbell in sight! A song about the real meaning of Christmas, Sir Cliff’s warm, rich vocals, compliment the simplicity of the lyrics to perfection and lift the song to a completely new level. I find it surprisingly emotional to listen to. It’s glorious. Added to the twelve new tracks on the album, Warner took the decision to rework four Cliff classics with backing from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, The Minute You’re Gone, Miss You Nights, Devil Woman and Some People. Some would argue, I’m sure, that these seem like a strange edition to a new album, but given that a number of the new tracks include orchestral passages, I think they fit in well. It is strange that in many ways they seem to trick the brain into thinking Sir Cliff re-voiced the songs, but he didn’t. The Minute You’re Gone is lifted very much by this re-working into something quite special. Miss You Nights, a thing of beauty anyway, could have been similar to Sir Cliff’s live performance on Dressed For The Occasion with the London Philharmonic Orchestra in the 80’s, but it is completely different and quite beautiful. Devil Woman reminds me a bit of a James Bond theme and Some People is just brilliant any way you do it. Produced by Rupert Christie, I would highly recommend Rise Up to anyone, whether established Cliff fan or someone just discovering him. Open your ears, put the prejudices in the bin where they belong and just listen.
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Fantastic album!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 23, 2018
Been waiting for this full album for ages and now having listened to it several times already today, I can say that Cliff Richard never disappoints! This album is stunning, every track is excellent, there’s something for everyone. Cliff’s vocals are as strong as ever. A...See more
Been waiting for this full album for ages and now having listened to it several times already today, I can say that Cliff Richard never disappoints! This album is stunning, every track is excellent, there’s something for everyone. Cliff’s vocals are as strong as ever. A must have album from a true pop rock legend.
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Well worth the wait Cliff!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 23, 2018
In the CD sleeve notes Cliff informs us that this album is the first he''s recorded with original songs for 15 years. Two songs (''Rise Up'' & ''Reborn'' ) about overcoming personal adversity are sung with real feeling. Others are really catchy - ''Dancing in the Night'' being a...See more
In the CD sleeve notes Cliff informs us that this album is the first he''s recorded with original songs for 15 years. Two songs (''Rise Up'' & ''Reborn'' ) about overcoming personal adversity are sung with real feeling. Others are really catchy - ''Dancing in the Night'' being a standout as is ''River Flow''. So the 12 new songs were well worth waiting for. In addiction, the 4 bonus tracks Cliff sings accompanied by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra are strong too, having great arrangements especially ''Miss you Nights''. So a highly recommended disc with its own Christmas track - ''The Miracle of Love''. Terrific!
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Enjoyable enough!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 15, 2021
I honestly don''t know if I''m qualified to review a Cliff Richard album. The guy has been going longer than nearly every artists that I know and I must be a good forty years younger than his average fan. But because I bought the album, I''ve got to throw my two pounds in...See more
I honestly don''t know if I''m qualified to review a Cliff Richard album. The guy has been going longer than nearly every artists that I know and I must be a good forty years younger than his average fan. But because I bought the album, I''ve got to throw my two pounds in there (the price I paid for the record). Rise Up is Sir Cliff''s forty fourth album. It was originally released in 2018, not long after the shocking BBC scandal. One that had Cliff firmly kicking the BBC in the knackers and quite rightly so. The album is sixteen tracks in length, has a fifty eight minute run time and features a number of good charming songs. The album also contains a guest performance from Grease star Olivia Newton-John on the track Everybody''s Someone and the addition of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra on the last four. Cliff Richard''s music has always been quite lightweight compared to the average album I listen to. I just finished Judas Priest''s Jugulator album and I am currently listening to Vader''s De Profundis re-release. But I have always appreciated the talent that has went into his records. He always seems to surround himself with good song writers and quality musicians. Heck, you just need to look towards The Shadows as proof of that. This album is no different. The songs are all of a consistently good quality. There''s a good variety of styles ranging from sappy balladry to up beat R&B and a small hint of rock. The one track that really stood out to me and one that I really loved was the title track, Rise Up. It has a good solid message whilst not coming across as preachy. It''s of course helped along by a fantastic melody and very catchy chorus. The song was written by Terry Britten, the writer of Devil Woman. Talking of which, the orchestral version found on track fifteen is very good. Cliff Richard seems to have maintained a good voice, a very impressive feat considering his age. There''s a heavy dose of sibilance in his voice, which might bug some. It''s quite noticeable, whether that''s down to dentures or not, I don''t know. But it''s there and is the only real draw back to his voice. He genuinely seems to be in fine form here and sounds just as good as he always has. The same could be said about the performance on the record. Everything sounds spot on musically, if not a bit robotic. Which is of course, not a good thing. Though I do enjoy the songs, I feel it would have sounded considerably more lifelike had it been done without computers. Everything has the same sterile sound that every other pop artist has these days and it''s a bit of a shame. The vocals all sound good but there''s no telling where they''ve used a real drummer or a synth bass etc. It''s very digital and the major draw back to the album. It''s a fair down downgrade from the quality production on Just... Fabulous Rock N Roll. At this point, I have well over twenty Cliff Richard albums. Some are better than others and this one sits firmly in the middle. It''s not bad by any means. It''s more than good enough for fans, I reckon. It''s got a nice bit of charm and some good hooks in there. If you pick it up on the cheap like I did, you won''t have much complaints.
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