The first time on CD for Gracie Fields last studio album
This is a re-issue of an LP which represents something of a landmark recording - it was the last studio album recorded by the extraordinary Gracie Fields, doyenne of the British and international entertainment landscape for over half a century.
The LP was recorded and released in 1975, just four years before Gracie died at the age on 81. It was made by Warwick Records, and was advertised on TV at the time, but has never appeared on CD, and is much in demand among collectors and Gracie's still abundant legion of fans, and Acrobat is delighted to make it available for everyone to enjoy.
Produced by the celebrated Norman Newell, it features Gracie re-visiting some of her own best-known hits, as well as performing other favourites of hers which she had not previously recorded.
Her unique voice and delivery are as distinctive as ever, and it was a fitting way for her to round off her illustrious recording career.
The booklet includes the sleeve notes and photos from the inner spread of the original LP release.
- Young At Heart
- The Punch And Judy Show
- Speak Softly Love
- The Biggest Aspidistra In The World
- The Woodpecker Song
- Christopher Robin Is Saying His Prayers
- On A Clear Day
- Only A Glass Of Champagne
- Pedro The Fisherman
- I Love The Moon
- Three Green Bonnets
- The Ugly Duckling
- The Trek Song
- What's The Good Of A Birthday' (The Birthday Song)
- Count Your Blessings
- Fonso (My Hot Spanish [K]night)
- Never, Never Again
- I'll See You Again
- Wish Me Luck (As You Wave Me Goodbye)
Genre: Adult Contemporary/MOR
Run Time: 56:24 mins
Release Date: 09/11/12
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