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Petula Clark, Tony Hatch - You'd Better Come Home mp3 album

  • Performer: Petula Clark
  • Title: You'd Better Come Home
  • Genre: Pop
  • Formats: MP2 APE ADX AC3 MOD VOC MP3
  • Released: 1965
  • Style: Easy Listening
  • MP3 album: 1467 mb
  • FLAC album: 1415 mb
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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Petula Clark, Tony Hatch - You'd Better Come Home mp3 album

I Know a Place" is a song with music and lyrics by Tony Hatch. It was recorded in 1965 by Petula Clark at the Pye Studios in Marble Arch in a session which featured drummer Bobby Graham and the Breakaways vocal group. Released as the follow-up to "Downtown", "I Know a Place" became Clark's second consecutive Top Ten hit in the United States, remaining on the charts for twelve weeks.

Downtown is an album by Petula Clark (her first album licensed to Warner Brothers Records) following the success of her single of the same title. The album's tracks were all produced, arranged and conducted by Tony Hatch and were recorded at the Pye Studios in Marble Arch with the session personnel including drummer Bobby Graham, guitarist Big Jim Sullivan and the Breakaways vocal group; the "Downtown" track included guitarists Vic Flick and Jimmy Page in addition to Sullivan.

You'd Better Come Home. Artist: Petula Clark. Album: Downtown: The Greatest Hits of Petula Clark, 1997. You'd Better Come Home by Petula Clark - from 1965.

You'd Better Come Home". Round Every Corner" (The above two tracks were Clark's third and fourth . singles, respectively, that did not appear on LP until Petula Clark's Greatest Hits Volume 1 in 1968). Jack and John" (Non-LP B-side of "I Know A Place").

Tony Hatch pictured at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane after a Petula Clark concert, 13 October 2013. Clark then charted with three consecutive hits written by Hatch: "I Know a Place", "You'd Better Come Home", and "Round Every Corner", which all charted higher in the US than in the UK. She and Hatch co-wrote "You're The One", which peaked at 22 in Britain but which gave The Vogues a major debut hit in the States. Tony Hatch and Petula Clark became established as the British equivalent of Burt Bacharach and Dionne Warwick. In 1965 Hatch's first album under his own name was released.



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