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In performance he struck a pose of rock attitude, rarely smiling or looking at the audience or camera.
"Living Doll" was used in Richard's début film Serious Charge, but it was arranged as a country standard, rather than a rock and roll standard. They became contractually separate from Richard, and the group received no royalties for records backing Richard.It was "Move It" writer Ian Samwell who suggested the surname "Richard" as a tribute to Webb's musical hero Little Richard.Before their first large-scale appearance, at the Regal Ballroom in Ripley, Derbyshire in 1958, they adopted the name "Cliff Richard and the Drifters".He then started work as a filing clerk for Atlas Lamps.
Harry Webb became lead singer of a rock and roll group, the Drifters (distinct from the US group of the same name).
The Webbs moved from comparative wealth in India, where they lived in a company-supplied flat at Howrah near Calcutta, to a semi-detached house in Carshalton.