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  1. 1990s–2018. Live albums. Charted compilations. 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 1968. Disques Vogue discontinued the format in 1970, around the time Petula Clark's recording contract expired.

  2. The Pye Years by Petula Clark released in 1995. Find album reviews, track lists, credits, awards and more at AllMusic.

  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1996 CD release of "The Pye Years Volume 2 (The Complete Petula '71 Sessions)" on Discogs.

  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1995 CD release of "The Pye Years 1 (Sings The International Hits + These Are My Songs)" on Discogs.

  5. www.petulaclark.net › discography › discographyDiscography - Petula Clark

    1964 - 1960 (Pye / Vogue Years) 1959 - 1956 (The Nixa Yars) 1955 - 1949 (The Polygon Years) AUS - Australia. BRA - Brazil. CAN - Canada. DEN - Denmark. EU - Europe. FR - France. GER - Germany. HOL - Holland. ITA - Italy. JAP - Japan. MEX - Mexico. NZ - New Zealand. NOR - Norway. RoW - Rest of World. SP - Spain. UK - United Kingdom.

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Petula_ClarkPetula Clark - Wikipedia

    Petula Clark CBE (born 15 November 1932) is a British singer, actress, and songwriter. She started her professional career as a child performer and has had the longest career of any British entertainer, spanning more than 81 years. Clark's professional career began during the Second World War as a child entertainer on BBC Radio. [1] .