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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".

25. I Will Follow Him. 26. Darling Cheri. This was an album one could actually play for one's parents, if they were not putting it on the turntable themselves. 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

In the wake of the Grammy-nominated Downtown album, it was time for Petula Clark and producer/songwriter Tony Hatch to record a proper follow-up album, rather than throwing together some well-chosen singles. The result was I Know a Place, the first real album to capture Clark's new, post-"Downtown" sound. Not quite all of it works in that vein; "Strangers and Lovers" has a rather older feel than much of the rest - except for the electric guitar behind the outro

Petula clark- "You'D better com. Color My World - Petula Clark Lyrics. Petula clark- "Kiss me goodbye" (lyrics).

This Is My Song Lyrics. Origin and Petula Clark recording This is My Song was intended for the film A Countess from Hong Kong, which Charlie Chaplin wrote and directed. Chaplin saw his film as a throwback to the shipboard romances that were popular in the 1930s, and wrote This Is My Song with the intent of evoking that era. To reinforce the evocation, Chaplin was determined to have Al Jolson sing the song-so determined that he only accepted the information that Jolson had died on 23 October 1950 when shown a photograph of Jolson’s tombstone. 16. Round Every Corner.

Every day when the work is behind you And the shop and the store Put the lock on the door Just get away Where your worries won't find you If you like, well I'll tell you more

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A Come On My Boy
Written-By – Blecher*, Hatch*
B Darling Verzeih'
Written By – VidalWritten-By – Weber*, Clark*, Hatch*

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Deutsche Vogue Schallplatten GmbH
  • Printed By – Johannes Alt

Notes

© 1965
Made in Germany

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Label B lists "Vidal" as co-author while Hubert Ballay is credited in the GEMA database instead.
Subtitle of title A appears only on the sleeve; tracklist is swapped on the sleeve rear.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): 16642
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): 16643
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, stamped): 16 642
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, stamped): 16 643