The best of Shirley Bassey at the BBC # 2

DSBToday part 2 of the Best of Shirley Bassey from BBC- 4. Three clips from 1972: The Talk of the Town, 1973 The Royal Albert Hall and 1974 Duet with Neil Diamond from the Shirley Bassey BBC show. Songs: Shirley, Where Am I Going?, Goldfinger & Play Me.

SHIRLEY

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WHERE AM I GOING?/GOLDFINGER

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PLAY ME

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1973

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1974
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Shirley
Music written by Alvin Leroy Homes, and words by Al Stillman.

Released 1966 on the album I’ve Got A Song For You and on a single. The song is available digitally remastered on the CD collection Bassey – The EMI/UA Years.

This song was specially written for Shirley Bassey, and a firm favourite in her live stage performances over many years. The same composers Stillman and Homes also wrote the album title song “I’ve Got A Song For You” for Shirley.

Lyrics

Shirley doesn’t feel too happy
Shirley doesn’t feel to gay
Something has been worrying Shirley
For many a lonely day

Shirley wakes up to early
Future looking so dim
‘Cause someone doesn’t love Shirley
The way that she loves him

Shirley wakes up to early
Future looking so dim
‘Cause someone doesn’t love Shirley
The way that she loves him

(Transcribed by Roman)

5 thoughts on “The best of Shirley Bassey at the BBC # 2”

  1. FANTASTIC, FANTASTIC, FANTASTIC !!!!! What a superstar!!!! The Royal Albert Hall concert of 1973 is one of my very favorite ! Her body moves were so intens at that time and made her so very special !! Thanks for posting this unique material Pieter! I look out for the next part!!
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