|A2||Every Little Thing You Do is Magic||3:30|
|A3||Don't Sleep in the Subway||3:50|
|A4||Sorry Seems To Be the Hardest Word||3:06|
|A5||This is My Song||3:27|
|A6||Out Here On My Own||5:06|
|A7||Colour My World||2:51|
|Stevie Wonder Medley||(6:37)|
|A8b||You Are The Sunshine Of My Life|
|A8c||Isn't She Lovely|
|B2||Life Is a Song||13:29|
|B3||Could It Be Magic||5:51|
|B5||On With The Show||5:21|
Arranged By – Ernie Freeman (tracks: A5), Kenny Clayton (tracks: A4). Orchestra – The London Philharmonic Orchestra. Orchestrated By – Kenny Clayton (tracks: A1, A6), Michel Colombier (tracks: B2). Recorded By – Ray Prickett. MFP 4156361 on labels and back cover MFP 5636 on front cover.
This is a discography for Petula Clark. Pye/Vogue/Warner Years –. songs with lyrics not in English. A "Natural Love" also peaked at on the US Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. B "Cut Copy Me" made on the Belgian charts, and is currently Clark's most recent charting single in any territory. html official discography. html International Chart History.
PETULA CLARK In Concert with Petula Clark and London Philharmonic Orchestra.
The first record I ever bought was "Downtown". It was 1965, I was 10 years old, and I begged my mother for the sixty-six cents to purchase the 45RPM record. That was the beginning of my love affair with Pet. Fast forward to November 2010. Out of curiosity, I did some surfing on the net, and to my surprise, I discovered that Petula was going to do a concert in Lakeland, Florida on February 1, 2011. I quickly booked a flight and concert tickets for myself and my partner, and off we went to Orlando. Out of sheer luck, I'd managed to get second row seats.
An Hour in Concert with Petula Clark and the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Portrait of a Song Stylist. – UK Knight Records.
Petula Clark was 80 years old when she released her 2013 album Lost In You, an elegant and contemporary set produced by John Williams - not the Star Wars guy, but a popular A&R man who produced many of the Peel Sessions for the BBC. Petula co-wrote three songs on the album, including "Reflections," where she sings about growing up in Wales and singing professionally from age 6: I'd sing all through the days And there in the chapel with the organ playing I knew from the very start That music was in my heart to stay
At the age of 84 Petula Clark is most definitely living for today. In fact, that's the title of her new album. 10, will include her first . concert tour in more than five decades to support the album. Clark - best known for her 1964 hit "Downtown" and for starring turns on stage in Sunset Boulevard and Blood Brothers - recorded Living For Today mostly in London with producer John Owen Williams at what she calls his "'Wendy House' studio
Petula Clark Royal Festival Hall, London - Mar 24, 1973 Mar 24 1973. Petula Clark Birmingham Odeon, Birmingham - Mar 25, 1973 Mar 25 1973. Petula Clark Theatre Club, Wakefield - Mar 26, 1973 Mar 26 1973. Last updated: 27 Apr 2019, 08:43 Etc/UTC. Get notified of changes. You can track the changes of this setlist by selecting the option below.