Cliff richard - wired for sound

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Richard's debut single " Move It " released in August 1958 reached number 2 on the UK Singles Chart and spent 17 weeks on the chart. However, from the time his fourth single " Living Doll " reached number 1 in August 1959 through to "Don't Talk to Him" reaching number 2 in December 1963, Richard racked up 19 consecutive top 4 singles, including 7 number ones and a further 6 peaking at number 2. Richard racked up a total of 28 weeks at number 1 on the UK Singles Chart in this period. His biggest hit of this period was " The Young Ones ", which debuted at number one on the UK charts, spent a total of 6 weeks at number one and went on to achieve the rare feat in the UK alone, of sales of over a million - it was only the sixth million seller in the UK and remains his highest selling single in the UK. [2] From 1964, despite the emerging dominance of the Beatles and beat music , Richard continued achieving top 10 hits throughout the 1960s although the frequency of top 5 hits dropped off. In 1968, the track " Congratulations " was chosen to be his first Eurovision Song Contest entry - although it came second in the contest, it became his biggest hit of the last half of the sixties, reaching number one in the UK and a number of European countries. [3]

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