Shirley Bassey's biggest selling solo albums are The Shirley Bassey Singles Album, peaking at #2 and earning a gold disc, and the limited edition double album, Shirley Bassey 25th Anniversary Album, a platinum record charting at #3 in 1978 (UK Albums Chart). Her Top 10 album Something is her biggest-selling studio album, remaining in the UK Albums Chart for five months. Bassey sang the title song for the #1 Billboard soundtrack of Goldfinger in 1964. Bassey has two #1 UK singles to her credit: "As I Love You" and the double A-sided, "Reach for the Stars" / "Climb Ev'ry Mountain", as well as a #1 on the dance chart; "History Repeating" in 1997. She reached the top spot on the Australian and South African charts with 1973's "Never, Never, Never". With the release of "The Living Tree" in 2007, she marked a 50 year span of appearances in the UK Singles Chart.

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1978

Jazz / Funk / Soul / Soul-Jazz

George Howard
Attitude Adjustment

Jimmy Smith
Stay Loose

Gregory Porter
All Rise

Gert Wilden & Orchestra
Schulmädchen Report

Marianne Mendt
Wie A Glock'n…

Incognito
Trouble Don't Last Always / The Creator Has A Masterplan

George Duke
Illusions

The Ramsey Lewis Trio
Another Voyage

The Reynettes
Soulin' The Blues

Guru
Jazzmatazz Vol. 4: The Hip Hop Jazz Messenger: "Back To The Future"

Nina Simone
Live & Kickin

Pharoah Sanders
Message From Home