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  1. Vor 5 Tagen · April 8, 2024. Australian singles charts: I Know a Place entered the Kent charts on 20 March 1965 and peaked at #7. It was #60 on the Top 100 of 1965. Album: The song is on the album I Know a Place. Songwriter: Tony Hatch. Producer: Tony Hatch. Video unavailable. Watch on YouTube. From the YouTube channel: ‘petularchive’.

  2. Vor einem Tag · "Downtown" is a song written and produced by English composer Tony Hatch. The 1964 version recorded by British singer Petula Clark became an international hi...

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  3. Vor 4 Tagen · Petula CLARK - 1965 - US-WARNER BROS 1598 - I know a place (stereo) Un bel album de Petula CLARK, sorti aux USA en 1965. Il contient une avalanche de belles reprises: "Dancing in the street" - créé par Martha & VANDELLAS (1964) "The in crowd" - créé par Dobie GRAY (1964) "Heart" - qu'elle chante également en français "Le cœur qui bat ...

  4. Vor 5 Tagen · Written by Tony Hatch, Petula Clark's version of "Downtown" topped the charts in the USA and reached number two in the UK in 1964. Hatch claimed to have written it about a visit to New York. Clark received a Best Rock & Roll Record Grammy for "Downtown" in 1965 and won another for Best Contemporary Female Vocal Performance for "I ...

  5. Vor 6 Tagen · Tony Christie – "Avenues and Alleyways" Perry Como – "For the Good Times" Dawn feat. Tony Orlando – "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree" Kiki Dee – "Amoureuse" Electric Light Orchestra – "Roll Over Beethoven" David Essex – "Lamplight" Focus – "Sylvia" Gary Glitter – "I'm the Leader of the Gang (I Am!)", "I Love You Love ...

  6. Vor 5 Tagen · Answer: Claude. On the back of a few of her albums, you can read about her recording sessions, and the name of her husband, Claude Wolf, is mentioned a few times. 10. One of the following is not the name of one of Pet's children.

  7. Vor 5 Tagen · The TV special Petula airs on NBC. At one point in the show, host Petula Clark grabs hold of Harry Belafonte's arm while they are singing a duet. This marks the first time a white woman and black man have physical contact on TV in such context.