One of the most enduring legends of the UK music scene is back with a brand new sound and exciting new direction as Sir Cliff Richard unveils Cliff Richard: The Soulicious Tour Live at the O2, available on both Standard and Special Limited Edition DVD from November 14, 2011, courtesy of Universal Pictures (UK)

Recorded during Cliff’s Soulicious arena tour, this brand new live show features 18 instantly recognisable hits from his incredible career, alongside a line up of soul classics and brand new songs taken from his recent Soulicious duets album.

Fans are in for an even bigger treat from The Soulicious Tour DVD as Cliff is joined on stage by a distinguished line up of soul stars, including Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr., Lamont Dozier, Jaki Graham, James Ingram, Freda Payne and Percy Sledge. Cliff classics including ‘Living Doll’, ‘Summer Holiday’, ‘We Don’t Talk Any More’, and ‘Miss You Nights’  feature alongside some fabulous soul classics including  ‘Let The Sun Shine’, ‘How Sweet It Is’, ‘When A Man Loves A Woman’ and the hit duet with Freda Payne from the Soulicious album ‘Saving a Life’.

Fans old and new are bound to revel in a genuinely original and refreshing concert packed to the rafters with all that has made Cliff a national institution!

Cliff Richard: The Soulicious Tour DVD is definitely not one to be missed. With Cliff as vital and engaging as ever, this release marks a genuine chance for fans to catch up with their icon as he mixes the old with the new in a way no-one will have seen before.

It’s time to board the Soul Train - and with Cliff at the controls, you’re in for an exciting ride!

To be in with a chance of winning a copy of the DVD just answer this question:

Which one of these songs is not a Cliff hit?

1. Living Doll
2. Summer Holiday
3. Tainted Love

Closing Date : 15th December 2011

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