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Released in 2004, Something's Goin' On was Cliff Richard's first studio album in over three years, and it continued the eclectic mood that characterized Wanted. Interestingly, however, it substituted that set's reliance on covers for a collection of brand-new original numbers, and while Richard again ran the gamut from upbeat rock & roll "Sometimes Love" to melancholy soul and ballads "Field of Love" is a gem, he twisted the expected format somewhat by traveling to Nashville for the recordings -- which is not to say it's anything approaching a country album, but the vibe is certainly there. The single "Somethin' Is Going On" was a well-chosen introduction to the set, ...
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All Music Guide - Dave Thompson
Released in 2004, Something's Goin' On was Cliff Richard's first studio album in over three years, and it continued the eclectic mood that characterized Wanted. Interestingly, however, it substituted that set's reliance on covers for a collection of brand-new original numbers, and while Richard again ran the gamut from upbeat rock & roll "Sometimes Love" to melancholy soul and ballads "Field of Love" is a gem, he twisted the expected format somewhat by traveling to Nashville for the recordings -- which is not to say it's anything approaching a country album, but the vibe is certainly there. The single "Somethin' Is Going On" was a well-chosen introduction to the set, although it is far from the best track here. Those honors belong to the opening "Thousand Miles to Go," with its Beatles-ish guitar twang and an irresistibly knockabout rhythm, the vastly entertaining and oddly 10cc-ish "What Car," and "How Did She Get Here," a big ballad that you wish Freddie Mercury could have gotten his hands on. But there's really nothing here that you'll wish he'd left on the cutting-room floor, and there are moments when the energy turns the clock back 20, even 30 years, to a time when all Cliff Richard albums had the potential to be this good. Of course, not all of them were -- but it's great to see him making up for lost time.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/4/2005
  • Label: Universal Import
  • UPC: 028947564195
  • Catalog Number: 475641

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Cliff Richard Primary Artist
Susan Ashton Background Vocals
Duane Eddy Guitar
Barry Gibb Rhythm Guitar, Background Vocals
Pat Buchanan Guitar
George Cocchini Electric Guitar
Jeff Coffin Saxophone
J.T. Corenflos Guitar
Mark Douthit Saxophone
Doug Emery Keyboards
Maurice Gibb Keyboards
Carl Gorodetzky Strings
Barry Green Trombone
John Hammond Drums
Tony Harrell Keyboards
Mike Haynes Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Tom Hemby Guitar
DeMarco Johnson Harmonica
Alan Kendall Guitar
George Marinelli Guitar
Jerry McPherson Electric Guitar
Michael Mellett Background Vocals
Doug Moffett Saxophone
Greg Morrow Drums
The Nashville String Machine Strings
Michael Omartian Keyboards
Alison Prestwood Bass
Tommy Sims Bass, Guitar, Keyboards
Chuck Tilley Percussion, Drums
Biff Watson Drums
Kristin Wilkinson Conductor
Jonathan Yudkin Cello
Michael Spriggs Guitar
Tim Akers Hammond Organ
Lisa Cochran Background Vocals
Dan Needham Drums
Andy Chrisman Background Vocals
Jeff Roach Keyboards
Steve Mandile Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Keyboards, Background Vocals, Classical Guitar
Michael Ripoll Acoustic Guitar
Wes Hightower Background Vocals
Jennifer Kummer French Horn
Matt Bonelli Bass
Mark Hill Bass
Marty Slayton Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Barry Gibb Producer
Ronnie Brookshire Engineer
Terry Christian Engineer
Jim Dineen Engineer
Ben Fowler Engineer
Dann Huff Producer
Monroe Jones Producer
Bryan Lenox Engineer
John Merchant Engineer
Michael Omartian Arranger, Producer, String Arrangements
Richard Source Pena Programming
Tommy Sims Producer, Engineer, String Arrangements, drum programming, rhythm arrangement
Kristin Wilkinson String Arrangements
Keith Bessey Mastering
Trey Bruce Programming, Producer
David Buchanan Engineer
Steve Mandile Producer, Engineer
Todd Gunnerson Engineer
Greg Bieck Programming
J.C. Monterrosa Engineer
Jerry Guidroz Engineer
Drew Douthit Engineer, Digital Editing
Kevin Pickle Engineer
Ziggy Diaz Programming
Paul Chessell Art Direction
Todd Tidwell Engineer
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