Clark Petula

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  • Clark Petula - Tête á Tête – Three Classic Albums Plus Bonus Tracks (2CD) (CD)


    Continuing our Petula Clark series with a fourth volume (see JASCD457, JASBOX25-4 and JASBOX33-4), we present you with the opportunity to have a Tête à tête and a Rendez-vous with Petula, the lady whose first name alone is familiar around the globe. These three French albums from 1961 and 1962 remain collectable on vinyl today.

    Featured are her French hits, ’Marin (Sailor)’, ’Garde Moi La Derniere Danse (Save The Last Dance For Me)’, ’La Joie D’Aimer (theme from the film ’The Unforgiven’)’, ’Chariot (I Will Follow Him)’, ’Les Beaux Jours (Ramblin’ Rose)’, ’Cœur Blessé (Torture)’ and, in stereo, ’Roméo’, ’A London’ and ’Ya Ya Twist’. The album Rendez-vous was originally issued in both mono and stereo, and the original rare stereo mix – previously unissued on CD – is featured here.

    Rounding off the package, there are over a dozen bonus tracks in the shape of a contemporary interview with Petula from 1962, French covers of her compositions (including one by Richard Anthony which she never recorded), the mono ’A Christmas Carol’ EP and Petula’s New Year greetings for 1961.

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  • Clark Petula - Tender Love – The Complete Recordings 1960-1962 (4CD Boxset) (CD)


    Following on from our two previously successful releases (see JASCD 457 and JASBOX 25/4), we continue the Petula Clark story into the 1960s. In addition to scoring her first chart-topper in Britain with ’Sailor’ (a concert favourite to this day), she also conquered France, and scored #1 hits there and in Belgium, Italy, Germany and even Singapore! This amazing four-CD collection includes NINE #1 hits.

    For the first time, all of Petula’s early ’60s recordings in English, French, German and Italian are collected together on one set in chronological order, grouped by language for ease of listening. Hits like ’Sailor’ and ’Romeo’ can be heard in both English and French, amongst her many chart successes from the era. There are also French covers of ’Save the Last Dance For Me’, ’Calendar Girl’ and ’Ramblin’ Rose’.

    As well as all these songs remastered in their original versions, there are two complete and highly collectable jazz albums: ’In Hollywood’, recorded with big bands in Los Angeles (available on CD for the first time in its rare original mono mix) and ’In Other Words’, a late-night session with a small trio. These are rounded off by collaborations with her pianist Joe ’Mr. Piano’ Henderson, and a chance to hear some of their compositions for each other. After hearing all this, you’ll know why a British EP at the time exclaimed ’Pet-Ooh-La-La!’

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