Sir Cliff Richard is marking the 60 years since he and The Shadows topped the charts with Travellin' Light, with the release of a new album.
The singer and his group hit number one in the UK with the track - the first single credited to Cliff Richard and The Shadows after they changed their name from The Drifters - on October 17, 1959.
The new album - entitled Cliff Richard And The Shadows: The Best Of The Rock 'n' Roll Pioneers - is a 2CD collection which focuses, for the first time, solely on the singer's output with The Shadows (or The Drifters for pre-October 59 releases).
All seven number one singles and a further 16 top 10 hits are included.
It comes after Sir Cliff revealed he was to embark on a nationwide tour to coincide with his 80th birthday.
The veteran entertainer will celebrate the milestone in October next year, with his first tour date taking place a month earlier.
Australian Associated Press