Shirley Bassey was one of the best singers in the world, and it is said that she had a powerful voice which made people love her. Shirley was born on January 8th, 1937 and she began her career during the 1950s. Bassey became popular with her powerful voice recording to the James Bond movies. She was, in fact, the first Welsh lady who gained the number one single in the year 1959. In the year 1977 Shirley won the Brit awards for being the best female solo artists for the past 25 years. During the first half of the 20th century, she was one of the most famous female artists in Britain.
The following are some of her best albums:
The album Shirley Bassey was released in the year 1961, and it was her fifth studio album. She was accompanied by Geoff Love and the Rita Williams Singers. The album was so popular that it spent about 11 weeks on the top charts and it was even released on CD in the year 1997. Some of the popular tracks on the album include “ Love Is a Many Splendored Thing”, “A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening”, “Where or When”, “Climb Ev’ry Mountain” etc.
Never Never Never:
The album Never Never Never was released in the year 1973 and the title track of the album was a top hit in the UK back in those days. The album also became popular in the United States, and it hit three different charts like that Billboard Hot 100, R&B chart and Adult Contemporary chart. The producer of the album was Noel Rogers, and the length of the album was for about 39.03 minutes.
This is my life:
The album “This is my life” was released in the year 1968 and it was produced by Dave Pell. This album failed to chart as during the mid-sixties the traditional pop culture started to fade away. However, the album is something which can never be forgotten. The original version of the album was issued in mono and stereo. The stereo version of the album was later released on CD. Some of the tracks on the album include “Now you want to be loved”, “A time for us”, “Who am I”.
Something was released in the year 1970, and this was the album which helped the artist regain her career. She had a brilliant comeback, and the album was released in August 1970. Many tracks on the album became UK’s top hit, and it had its time on the charts for almost 22 weeks. The album was a major revival in the artist career, and it proved that she was always the best. The producers of the album include Noel Rogers, Johnny Harris and Tony Colton