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  1. Vudorn Reply
    The original artwork has been reproduced for the cd release of the album, although it is hardly legible. inside are short liner notes by john w. russo. Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: 95/5(2).
  2. Meztigor Reply
    EPs. The UK Pye Records / France Disques Vogue / U.S. Warner Bros. Records Years –. The Monaural 7-inch 45rpm / 45 T(ours) EP remained the preferred format of French record buyers until Disques Vogue discontinued the format in , around the time Petula Clark's recording contract expired. UK Pye Records discontinued the (N)EP series in
  3. Mazubei Reply
    Jun 15,  · 14 videos Play all Petula Clark's Greatest Hits edvbeta LADIES OF SONG | Sue Thompson / Brenda Lee | Golden Hits - Duration: thisboy 1,, views.
  4. Grotilar Reply
    Love Petula Clark's adult voice on I Will Follow Him (Chariot). Strangers in the Night is up tempo. Her background singers and style remind me of Lou Christie.(Love that sound)!! Petula Clark wrote the autobiographical Two Rivers!! This CD--recorded by my favorite British female singer is outstanding. Will purchase more Petula Clark recordings/5(31).
  5. Sara Reply
    Petula Clark, with a year career in Britain and Europe already behind her, was just another voice emanating from the "British Invasion" when "Downtown" premiered in the U.S. in November By January '65, she was at the top of the charts, and it was obvious that this was one voice that was destined to outlast most of the others coming to /5(5).
  6. Akinozilkree Reply
    Apr 02,  · Petula Clark started her career in the middle of the last century, when she was a pre-teen wartime radio star who became known as Britain’s Shirley Temple.
  7. Goltitaxe Reply
    Come On Home, an Album by Petula Clark. Released in on Polydor (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP).
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    Online shopping from a great selection at CDs & Vinyl Store.
  9. Shakajora Reply
    Instead of reviving her career, 's Now turned out to be a last gasp -- Petula Clark didn't have another hit until Between those two albums, Clark never stopped recording or performing, and she turned out a series of pleasant but unremarkable collections of MOR pop, beginning with Come On Home. Clark tackles several '70s pop standards -- "Killing Me Softly," "Baby, I'm-a Want You 5/