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  1. 16/06/1998 · Original Hits Review. At a time when her career had pretty much dried up, British Invasion songstress Petula Clark went into the studio and, with the help of some very bland arrangements and musicians, made some very uninspiring remakes of her biggest hits. Her voice didn't sound bad, but the context was all wrong and the results don't ever ...

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  3. 12/10/1999 · Although it's a little skimpy at 12 tracks -- especially compared with GNP's import The Greatest Hits of Petula Clark, which features 16 cuts -- Buddha's Downtown: The Greatest Hits of Petula Clark is nevertheless an excellent, concise chronicle of her peak hit-making years. All of her American Top Ten hits are here -- "Downtown," "I Know a ...

  4. 20/02/2022 · Artist: Petula Clark Title: Greatest Hits of Petula Clark Year Of Release: 1986 Label: GNP Crescendo – GNPD 2170 / Compilation Genre: Pop Rock, Vocal, Ballad Quality: 320 / FLAC (tracks+.cue,log) Total Time: 48:41 Total Size: 114 / 247 Mb WebSite: Album Preview

  5. 08/03/2022 · Petula Clark and her then-husband Clive LaPage, “Baby Lover” is a lighthearted love song about a mother’s love for her child. The song was originally recorded in French as “L’Amour de Ma Vie” and was the lead single from Clark’s album Greatest Hits. It reached number 47 on the U.K. Singles Chart.

  6. 08/03/2017 · Listen free to Petula ClarkGreatest Hits (Where Did We Go Wrong, Heart and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.fm.

  7. 20/01/1998 · Released in 1998, Snapper's Petula Clark: Her Greatest Hits places Gould's comments within a larger context by presenting no less than 40 titles in chronological sequence, beginning with the cutesy-pie niceties of "The Little Shoemaker" (1954), touching upon the mannered conventionality of several minor hits from the rest of the '50s, then easing into the next decade with the controlled ...