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Downtown: The Greatest Hits of Petula Clark

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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 Place," "My Love," "I Couldn't Live Without Your Love," "This Is My Song," "Don't Sleep in the Subway" -- plus the majority of her Top 40 singles, including "You'd Better Come Home," "A Sign of the Times," "Colour My World," "Kiss Me Goodbye," and "Who Am I?" They've all been perfectly remastered, sounding clean and vibrant, yet still of their era. All of this makes Downtown an ideal choice for most fans, especially casual listeners. It may not be as comprehensive as some collections, but it's concise, delivering everything you need in terrific sound.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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1
Downtown
00:03:04

T. Hatch, Arranger - Tony Hatch, Lyricist - Tony Hatch, Composer - Tony Hatch, Producer - Petula Clark, Vocal - Petula Clark, Performer

(P) 1964 BMG Rights Management SARL under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

2
I Know a Place
00:02:42

T. Hatch, Arranger - Tony Hatch, Composer - Tony Hatch, Lyricist - Tony Hatch, Producer - Petula Clark, Performer

(P) 1965 BMG Rights Management SARL under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

3
You'd Better Come Home
00:02:51

Unknown, Producer - Tony Hatch, Composer - Tony Hatch, Lyricist - Petula Clark, Performer

(P) 1965 BMG Rights Management SARL under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

4
My Love
00:02:42

Hatch, Composer - Hatch, Lyricist - Tony Hatch, Composer - Tony Hatch, Lyricist - Tony Hatch, Producer - Petula Clark, Performer

(P) 1966 BMG Rights Management SARL under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

5
A Sign of the Times
00:02:54

Tony Hatch, Composer - Tony Hatch, Lyricist - Tony Hatch, Producer - Petula Clark, Performer

(P) 1966 BMG Rights Management SARL under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

6
I Couldn't Live Without Your Love
00:02:58

Jackie Trent, Composer - Jackie Trent, Lyricist - Tony Hatch, Composer - Tony Hatch, Lyricist - Tony Hatch, Producer - Petula Clark, Performer

(P) 1966 BMG Rights Management SARL under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

7
Who Am I?
00:02:19

Jackie Trent, Composer - Jackie Trent, Lyricist - Unknown, Producer - Tony Hatch, Lyricist - Tony Hatch, Composer - Petula Clark, Performer

(P) 1966 BMG Rights Management SARL under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

8
Colour My World
00:02:48

Jackie Trent, Composer - Jackie Trent, Lyricist - Tony Hatch, Composer - Tony Hatch, Lyricist - Tony Hatch, Producer - Petula Clark, Performer

(P) 1966 BMG Rights Management SARL under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

9
This Is My Song
00:03:16

C.Chaplin, Lyricist - C.Chaplin, Composer - Charles Chaplin, Composer - Charles Chaplin, Lyricist - Tony Hatch, Producer - Petula Clark, Performer

(P) 1967 BMG Rights Management SARL under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

10
Don't Sleep in the Subway
00:02:55

T. Hatch, Arranger - Hatch, Lyricist - Hatch, Composer - Trent, Lyricist - Trent, Composer - Jackie Trent, Composer - Jackie Trent, Lyricist - Tony Hatch, Lyricist - Tony Hatch, Composer - Tony Hatch, Producer - Petula Clark, Performer

(P) 1967 BMG Rights Management SARL under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

11
The Other Man's Grass Is Always Greener
00:02:54

Jackie Trent, Composer - Jackie Trent, Lyricist - Unknown, Producer - Tony Hatch, Composer - Tony Hatch, Lyricist - Petula Clark, Performer

(P) 1967 BMG Rights Management SARL under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

12
Kiss Me Goodbye
00:03:57

L. Reed, Arranger - Barry Mason, Composer - Barry Mason, Lyricist - Les Reed, Composer - Les Reed, Lyricist - Tony Hatch, Producer - Petula Clark, Performer

(P) 1968 BMG Rights Management SARL under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment France SAS

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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 Place," "My Love," "I Couldn't Live Without Your Love," "This Is My Song," "Don't Sleep in the Subway" -- plus the majority of her Top 40 singles, including "You'd Better Come Home," "A Sign of the Times," "Colour My World," "Kiss Me Goodbye," and "Who Am I?" They've all been perfectly remastered, sounding clean and vibrant, yet still of their era. All of this makes Downtown an ideal choice for most fans, especially casual listeners. It may not be as comprehensive as some collections, but it's concise, delivering everything you need in terrific sound.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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