Through the Years (Cilla Black album)

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Through the Years
Studio album by Cilla Black
Released 20 September 1993
Recorded 1993
Genre Pop, Adult contemporary
Label Columbia
Producer Charlie Skarbek
Cilla Black chronology
Cilla's World
(1990)
Through the Years
(1993)
Beginnings
(2003)
Singles from Through the Years
  1. "Through the Years"
    Released: September 1993
  2. "Heart & Soul"
    Released: October 1993
  3. "You'll Never Walk Alone"
    Released: December 1993

Through the Years is Cilla Black's fourteenth solo studio album, released in 1993. It features cover versions, re-recordings of some of her best known songs, duets with other singers and new songs.

The album peaked at no.41 in the UK Albums Chart, and was Black's first studio album to appear in the charts since Sweet Inspiration in 1970, which had eventually climbed to no.42.

Singles[edit]

Three singles were released from the album; the title track, "Through the Years", "Heart and Soul" (duet with Dusty Springfield) and "You'll Never Walk Alone" (duet with Barry Manilow).

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Through the Years"
  2. "That's What Friends Are For" (Duet with Cliff Richard)
  3. "Here, There and Everywhere"
  4. "Heart and Soul" (Duet with Dusty Springfield)
  5. "Anyone Who Had a Heart"
  6. "A Dream Come True"
  7. "You'll Never Walk Alone" (Duet with Barry Manilow)
  8. "Streets of London"
  9. "You're My World (Il Mio Mondo)"
  10. "From a Distance"
  11. "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?"
  12. "Through the Years" (Reprise)

Credits[edit]

Personnel

  • Lead Vocals by Cilla Black
  • Produced by Charlie Skarbek
  • Executive Producer: Rick Blaskey
  • Engineered by Pat Stapley, Mark Chamberlain & Charlie Skarbek
  • All Keyboards & Programming by Charlie Skarbek
  • Orchestral Arrangements by Richard Niles
  • Backing Vocal Arrangements by Tessa Niles
  • Cilla Black's Musical Director: Trevor Brown
  • Album Cover Photograph by John Swannell

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