Petula Clark - You'd Better Come Home FLAC album
Genre: Rock / Pop music
Title: You'd Better Come Home
Style: Pop Rock, Ballad
FLAC version ZIP size: 1745 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1806 mb
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You'd Better Come Home.
You'd Better Come Home. Artist: Petula Clark. Album: Downtown: The Greatest Hits of Petula Clark, 1997. You'd Better Come Home by Petula Clark - from 1965.
The Classic Collection. Petula Clark 2019 Songs. Tony Hatch All Lyrics. Top Hit Tony Hatch Music Tracks. This album has all of biggest hits of one of the 1960s' best female solo singers. I had an album back then from France that had a certification from either Billboard or Cashbox magazine (then a competing service that also tracked sales) that Petula Clark was the world's best-selling female artist of 1966
You'd Better Come Home. Composed by Georges Aber, Tony Hatch. The deep voice that begins Warner Brothers single Petula Clark's third . hit "You'd Better Come Home" in the summer of 1965, was a bit of the style that she was successful with in Europe prior to her "overnight success" in the Americas. This two minute and fifty-six second Tony Hatch composition owes much to Burt Bacharach, Hal David and Dionne Warwick's earlier successes, and the Clark/Hatch team were not only aware of that style and the substance that brought Dionne so many hits, they emulated it as well as
Album's name: You'd Better Come Home, Heart. Petula Clark - Youd Better Come Home Heart. Petula Clark - You'd Better Come Home, Heart MP3 album ZIP archive. 11371 downloads at 25 mb/s. Petula Clark - You'd Better Come Home, Heart FLAC album ZIP archive. 2422 downloads at 22 mb/s. A. You'd Better Come Home. Written-By – Tony Hatch.
You'd Better Come Home" (1965). I Know a Place" is a song with music and lyrics by Tony Hatch. It was recorded in 1965 by Petula Clark at the Pye Studios in Marble Arch in a session which featured drummer Bobby Graham and the Breakaways vocal group. Released as the follow-up to "Downtown", "I Know a Place" became Clark's second consecutive Top Ten hit in the United States, remaining on the charts for twelve weeks.
Performer: Petula Clark. Title: You'd Better Come Home, Heart. Style: Pop Rock, Ballad.
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|A||You'd Better Come Home
Written-By – Tony Hatch
Written-By – G. Aber*, P. Clark*, T. Hatch*
- Directed By [Accompaniment] – Tony Hatch
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): AP-1141 (A)
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): AP-1141 (B)
|7N.15864||Petula Clark||You'd Better Come Home / Heart (7", Single)||Pye Records||7N.15864||UK||1965|
|5643||Petula Clark||You'd Better Come Home / Heart (7", Single, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||5643||US||1965|
|45-STU 42221, STU 42221||Petula Clark||You'd Better Come Home / Heart (7", Single)||Disques Vogue, Disques Vogue||45-STU 42221, STU 42221||Denmark||1965|
|7N 15864||Petula Clark||You'd Better Come Home (7", Single)||Pye Records||7N 15864||New Zealand||1965|
|DV 14382||Petula Clark||You'd Better Come Home / Heart (7", Single)||Vogue Schallplatten||DV 14382||Germany||1965|