Petula Clark ‎– I Know A Place

Label:
Warner Bros. Records ‎– WS 1598
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
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Genre:
Pop
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A1 Dancing In The Street
Written-By – Gaye*, Stevenson*
2:26
A2 Strangers And Lovers
Written-By – Tony Hatch
3:30
A3 Everything In The Garden
Written-By – Greenaway*
2:47
A4 The "In" Crowd
Written-By – Billy Page
2:31
A5 Heart
Written-By – Aber*, Clark*, Hatch*
2:33
A6 You're The One
Written-By – Clark*, Hatch*
2:24
B1 A Foggy Day
Written-By – G. Gershwin*, I. Gershwin*
2:21
B2 Gotta Tell The World
Written-By – Clark*, Delanoie*, Hatch*
2:11
B3 Every Little Bit Hurts
Written-By – Ed Cobb
2:54
B4 Call Me
Written-By – Tony Hatch
2:43
B5 Goin' Out Of My Head
Written-By – Weinstein*, Randazzo*
2:36
B6 I Know A Place
Written-By – Tony Hatch
2:41

Credits

Notes

An Original Vogue Recording
Made in U.S.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): S39013
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): S39014
  • Other (Runout Groove Etching): 39013-WS-1598-A-1E
  • Other (Runout Groove Etching): 39014-WS-1598-B-1A

Other Versions (5 of 11) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NSPL 18118 Petula Clark The New Petula Clark Album(LP, Album) Pye Records NSPL 18118 UK 1965 Sell This Version
W 1598 Petula Clark I Know A Place(LP, Album, Mono) Warner Bros. Records W 1598 US 1965 Sell This Version
W 1598 Petula Clark I Know A Place(LP, Album, Mono) Warner Bros. Records W 1598 Canada 1965 Sell This Version
WS 1598 Petula Clark I Know A Place(LP, Album, RE) Warner Bros. Records WS 1598 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
NPL.18118 Petula Clark The New Petula Clark Album(LP, Album, Mono) Pye Records NPL.18118 UK 1965 Sell This Version

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November 1, 2014

Apparently I am a Petula Clark Fan, or at least a fan of her producer/arranger Tony Hatch, because I really liked this garage sale find. I bought it cheap because I recognized some of the singles on it and discovered a rockin' pleasant surprise. It starts off with her doing a version of "Dancing in the streets" that sounds like she hired an entire college marching band to play behind her. I know that this is from the same era as the Phil Spector Wall of Sound and they were competing with him on artists interpreting some of the same songs, but this back up band really brought the noise. Most of the songs here are performed well by Petula, but it can't be stressed enough how fun her back up group sounds like they are having. Each instrument is almost in a race to the end, trying to out "rock" each other. The songs selected are well suited for the artists and are produced extremely well. I usually like the Mono versions of records, but the stereo separation serves the feel of this music well on the LP. It ends on an escalating high note with the 1-2-3 punch of "Call me"-"Going out of my Head"- and the classic "I know a place." Great Album to pick up if you see it!