|A||You're The Sweetest In The Land|
|B||You Are My True Love|
|P1002||Petula Clark With The Stargazers And The Harold Smart Quintet||Petula Clark With The Stargazers And The Harold Smart Quintet - You're The Sweetest In The Land / My True Love (10")||Polygon||P1002||UK||1950|
In 1986, Jango records released an original album by Petula that contained re-recordings of her hits from the sixties and two new tracks, "Give it a Try" and "Mad About Yo. Some time later, Jango went bankrupt and the defunct label began licensing the Petula tracks it owned to countless budget labels all across the globe. The First Jango: Give It A Try Jango JA-CD-779 (USA) /1986 (1) It's A Sign Of The Times '86, (2) This Is My Song '86, (3) Downtown '86, (4) I Couldn't Live Without Your Love '86, (5) You're The One '86, (6) I Know.
My love is warmer than the warmest sunshine Softer than a sigh My love is deeper than the deepest ocean Wider than the sky My love is brighter than the brightest star That shines every night above And there is nothing in this world That can ever change my love. Something happened to my heart the day that I met you Something that I never felt before You are always on my mind, no matter what I do And every day it seems I want you more. You’re the One. Home.
It Had to Be You: The Complete Early Singles. Petula Clark's best records were made during the mid-'60s, and with all due respect for her earlier and later accomplishments, if all she'd ever given us was the unparalleled majesty of "Downtown," "My Love," "I Know a Place," "It's a Sign of the Times," "Who Am I?" "Don't Sleep in the Subway," and "Color My World" - we could have made do with perfection. You're the Sweetest in the Land.
You're the One" is a song by Petula Clark. It was later also included on the 1965 album I Know a Place. Written by Clark with her regular songwriter and record producer Tony Hatch, "You're the One" was a Top 30 hit on the UK Singles Chart for Clark, but was more successful as a top ten US single release by The Vogues. Petula Clark thus describes the genesis of "You're the One": "we were making yet another LP, and that's like twelve thirteen songs
True Love Never Runs Smooth. 2. Baby It's Me. 3. Now That You've Gone. 4. Tell Me (That It's Love). 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.
In 1957 the song in the charts was With All My Heart by Petula Clark. With All My Heart by Petula Clark. 99. ▼ Select Rank Below 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 #.