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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.

I Know a Place (Petula Clark album). I Know a Place is an album release by Petula Clark, which in the USA (her second on Warner Bros. Arranged and produced by Tony Hatch, the album followed on the release of Clark's "I Know a Place" hit single and yielded another UK hit with "You're the One"

Complete your Petula Clark collection. Apparently I am a Petula Clark Fan, or at least a fan of her producer/arranger Tony Hatch, because I really liked this garage sale find. I bought it cheap because I recognized some of the singles on it and discovered a rockin' pleasant surprise. It starts off with her doing a version of "Dancing in the streets" that sounds like she hired an entire college marching band to play behind her.

Biography by Jason Ankeny. The "Downtown" singer, who became a star of the stage as well as the charts during a career that spans over half a century. You Are My Lucky Star. Live at the Paris Olym. etula Clark. Ultimate Petula Clark. See Full Discography.

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My Love is an album released by Petula Clark; her first album to feature recording done in the United States . US, it was her fourth album licensed to

Petula Clark, with a 25-year career in Britain and Europe already behind her, was just another voice emanating from the "British Invasion" when "Downtown" premiered in the . 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 our shores in the wake of the Beatles. It wasn't until the follow-up "I Know A Place" (released in the . as "The New Petula Clark Album"), for which Clark earned her second Grammy, that listeners were made aware of what the post-"Downtown" Petula was capable of accomplishing.