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  1. Shirley Bassey: Welsh History Stories – Evans, Stokes, ap Emlyn, ap Emlyn (2003) Shirley Bassey: An appreciation – Muriel Burgess (1998, reprinted 1999) My Life on Record and in Concert – Shirley Bassey (Bloomsbury, 1998) The Trial of Shirley Bassey – A Play in One Act – Alexander Baron (1998)

  2. Dame Shirley Veronica Bassey, DBE (* 8. Januar 1937 in Cardiff ), ist eine britische Sängerin . Sie gehört seit den 1950er Jahren zu den erfolgreichsten Künstlerinnen ihrer Heimat.

  3. "We've Got Tonite" served as the album's third single, reaching No. 13 on the US pop charts in 1978. It also played in the background of Melissa Sue Anderson 's television film Survival of Dana (1979), in a scene where Anderson's character was in Los Angeles visiting one of her new friends' homes and was in a room with co-star Robert Carradine 's character 'Donny Davis', whom she was falling for.

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  5. The Shirley Bassey Singles Album was an immediate hit, going gold a month after its release, and peaking at No.2 in the UK—her highest charting album—during a 24-week run. [1] [2] The album included the top 10 singles " Something ", " For All We Know " and " Never Never Never " as well as featuring the hits " Fool on the Hill " and " Diamonds are Forever ", which had not featured on any of ...

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  7. "Something" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles from their 1969 album Abbey Road. It was written by George Harrison, the band's lead guitarist.. Together with his second contribution to Abbey Road, "Here Comes the Sun", it is widely viewed by music historians as having marked Harrison's ascendancy as a composer to the level of the Beatles' principal songwriters, John Lennon and Paul M