Cliff Richards’ ‘Devil Woman‘ is featured in Episode 1 and 2 of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
I am not only binge-watching the new Netflix series Chilling Adventures of Sabrina because of the delicious over the top supernatural horror story, but I also love it because of the fabulous 1960s/1970s soundtrack.
A soundtrack that includes Cliff Richard’s ‘Devil Woman‘. A song that was played in both the first and second episode of the series — Episode 1, “Chapter One: October Country” and “Chapter Two: The Dark Baptism“.
Cliff Richard’s ‘Devil Woman‘ was a hit for the British singer in 1976, when it was a single release from his album I’m Nearly Famous. It was the first Top 10 hit he had in the United States, as well as a chart grabber in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Ireland and five other countries.
It was also a song, along with the album it came from, that resurrected Cliff Richard’s sagging career. Primarily because the music had much more of a hard edge than his previous saccharine sweet pop ballads.
In the last couple of years, the song has also been featured in the movie ‘I, Tonya‘, giving it another resurgence of popularity.
‘Devil Woman‘ has also been covered by artists as diverse as Estonian singer Uku Suviste, heavy metal band Riot and bluegrass band Hayseed Dixie.
Listen to Cliff Richard’s ‘Devil Woman‘ from Chilling Adventures of Sabrina in the video below.
You can also listen to his entire I’m Nearly Famous album in the Spotify widget below that.
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