Cliff Richard has announced his 101st album - featuring a "duet" with Elvis Presley.
The voices of the veteran British singer and the King of Rock'n'Roll can be heard on Blue Suede Shoes, one of 15 tracks on the new album, due out in November.
News of Just ... Fabulous Rock 'n' Roll comes days after a review concluded that the UK's Crown Prosecution Service was correct not to prosecute Richard over historical sex abuse allegations.
The 75-year-old singer, who has always maintained his innocence, has said he hopes the review "brings this matter to a close".
Just ... Fabulous Rock 'n' Roll features Richard's renditions of songs such as Roll Over Beethoven, Great Balls Of Fire and Sweet Little Sixteen, as well as a new, original track, It's Better To Dream and his debut single Move It.
The album, recorded in the Blackbird studio in Nashville, Tennessee, also achieves a long-held dream of the star's by featuring a 'duet' with Elvis.
"My new CD is another dip into an incredible period of our musical history. A happy, creative, and in many ways an innocent time," he said.
Richard released his debut single Move It in August 1958.