|Released 12 November 1990|
Producer Rod Edwards
Release date 12 November 1990
Genre Children's music
Artist Cilla Black
Label Virgin Records Australia
(1990) Through the Years
Similar Surprisingly Cilla, Beginnings: Greatest Hits & Ne, Cilla All Mixed Up, It Makes Me Feel Good, Day by Day with Cilla
Cilla's World is the title of Cilla Black's thirteenth solo studio album. It was a concept album themed around sixteen original children's songs which were about animals, green issues and the environment recorded specifically for the Australian music market (Black's second most successful music market in the world).
Sold on the idea of such an unusual concept Black agreed to go ahead with the album which featured primarily songs co-written by Play School TV presenter Don Spencer. The recording sessions were held at AIR Studios in London and although produced by Ron Edwards were supervised by Black's former producer George Martin.
The project was independently produced by the music company MCA/Gilbey and released by Virgin in Australia which produced the album's packaging from recycled paper.
In 1993, the album was given a release in Great Britain by Silva Screen Records.
Bee gees with cilla black in cilla s world
- "The (Solar Powered, Practical, Combustible, Compatible, Responsibly Recyclable) Machine"
- "Don't Argue with An Elephant"
- "A Little More Green"
- "ABC of the World"
- "Penguin Strut"
- "Weather Song"
- "Sunshine Medley"
- "Please Don't Call Me a Koala Bear"
- "Let's Hear it for Skin"
- "The End of the Day"
1The (Solar Powered - Practical - Combustible - Compatible - Responsibly Recyclable) Machine
2Don't Argue With an Elephant
3A Little More Green