CILLA


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CILLAConference on Indigenous Languages of Latin America (University of Texas)
CILLACenter for Indigenous Languages of Latin America (University of Texas at Austin)
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For her eldest son Robert Willis, the song - on the tribute album Cilla With The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra - is the perfect way to mark Cilla's landmark and the end of Sir Cliff 's ordeal.
Three years later, as her family celebrate what would have been her 55th year in showbiz, Cliff, 78, is joining her in a new duet, using technology to sing You're My World alongside Cilla's 1964 vocals.
As I walked in, they were recording one of Cilla's tracks.
Cilla's path to stardom is one that lends itself very well to the screen and stage and, as the Liverpool lass with big ambitions, Kara Lily Hayworth is a real star to behold.
It begins at the beginning with young Cilla, who works in a typing pool, being urged by her friends to get up and sing at the Cavern Club.
She not only looks and sounds better than the real Cilla, even when she deliberately sings badly it's still good.
"I can't think of Cilla in the past tense, it just seems outrageous," Sir Cliff told mourners, before singing his own song, Faithful One, in tribute.
Her dad, John, was a docker and her mother Priscilla Blythen - Big Cilla to pals - sold vintage clothes on a market.
Almost 40 years later, docker's daughter Cilla was still the star attraction, arriving in the Bullring on September 13, 2003, to sign copies of her new book, What's It All About?