Shirley Bassey is a 1961 album by Shirley Bassey, her fifth studio album and her third with EMI/Columbia. Bassey was accompanied by Geoff Love and his orchestra and The Williams Singers (The Rita Williams Singers). The album spent eleven weeks on the charts, beginning in February 1962, and peaking at #14.
The albums ‘Shirley’ and ‘Shirley Bassey’ were released on CD in 1997 by EMI (From Wikipedia)
Goodby lover, hello friend, Who’d had thought this affair could end? But we’re intelligent people, Much too grown up to pretend.
Goodbye lover let’s agree, We will meet just occasion’lly,
Someday we will discover Dreams that are broken can mend!
I’d like to run away from you Leave all my longing behind me. But what a foolish thing to do, For how would you know where to find me?
Goodbye lover, go your way. I will miss you each lonely day.
And when at last you realize, A love like our love never dies, I know we’ll be together in the end.
After being rumoured to have finished recording her new studio album, Dame Shirley Bassey has been photographed on Facebook with friends at Funny Boy’s. Let us get straight to the point: Looking fabulous and so refined, we hope vivaciously attired DSB had lots of fun, fun, fun and laughs, laughs, laughs at this cork-popping evening!
Following on from the news on the recording of a new Shirley Bassey studio album, the Tweets by violinist Russell Gilbert have now been mysteriously deleted; the only one remaining from 24th July is a retweet of Godless Utopia, with absolutely no mention of our Goddess DSB! What to make of this development? Did the trigger happy tweeter get scolded by Dame Shirley for spoiling her surprise anniversary album, or could this have been a cruel hoax?