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2012 release, the long awaited final studio album from legendary performer Anthony Newley. Recorded in London between 1996 and 1997, these timeless songs represent Anthony Newley's final recordings and have remained unreleased, until now. The stunning collection features a wealth of material from the Newley songbook and includes notable collaborations with iconic theatre performers Petula Clark, Julia McKenzie and Marti Webb. Newley passed away in April 1999 after losing his battle with cancer. However, his musical legacy which encompasses musicals, stage shows, television, hit songs and recordings thankfully remain. As a bonus, the album features two Christmas songs composed by Newley and recorded in 1997. Originally intended for release as a Holiday single, the tracks now make their debut for Christmas 2012. Also featured are a number of unreleased live tracks, including performances of the songs most synonymous with Anthony Newley; 'What Kind of Fool Am I?' and 'Who Can I Turn To?' Stage Door.
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