This is the independent critical review of Cliff Richard on record, on film and in concert. Drawing on rare live film from the archives, this powerful re-assessment of Cliff's musical career chronicles his life and influences from the early days to the sixties and beyond. A leading team of critics and musicologists provide penetrating insights into why the music worked so well, and why sometimes, it didn't. The 48-page full colour book includes rare photographs and is a comprehensive review of Cliff's life and career from his childhood to present day. This is the ultimate critical reference guide to the work of a pop icon whose influence is still felt today.