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8 thoughts on “ Tell All The World - Various - Call Me - The Songs Of Tony Hatch (CD)

  1. The Burt Bacharach of Britain, Tony Hatch lacked the range of the Bacharach/David hit machine but did a splendid job of evoking swinging '60s suburbia for the large audience (mostly radio and mostly older) incapable of digesting the Animals or the Angry Young enabtehawfethun.siwitaloctisennacitatakehe.co into the charts by the winsome singer Petula Clark, who hit number one in America with "Downtown" and continued entertaining 9/
  2. The composer of dozens of hit songs, plus many unforgettable television themes, Tony Hatch was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in Before being presented with his award at the star-studded New York ceremony, he took to the stage to perform some of his best-known songs at the piano, and concluded by introducing surprise guest.
  3. "Call Me" is a song composed by Tony Hatch for an original recording for Petula Clark. It was later an easy listening standard via a hit version by Chris Montez. "Call Me" first appeared as the title cut on a Petula Clark EP released in by Pye in the UK. "Call Me" and the three other tracks on the EP: "Heart", "Everything in the Garden" and "Strangers and Lovers" were also released on Genre: Pop.
  4. Tony Hatch and Petula Clark became established as the British equivalent of Burt Bacharach and Dionne Warwick. In Hatch's first album under his own name was released. The Downtown Sound of Tony Hatch, features instrumental versions of some of his best known songs.
  5. Tony Hatch covered There Goes That Song Again, Like Sister and Brother, Room Full of Roses, Back Home Again and other songs. Tony Hatch originally did Room Full of Roses, Back Home Again, A Special Place in Heaven, Seasons in the Sun and other songs. Tony Hatch wrote Downtown, If You Ever Leave Me and Call Me.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Colour My World: The Songs Of Tony Hatch on Discogs.
  7. Various Artists - Colour My World: The Songs Of Tony Hatch His world was bright, breezy and hit-ridden The four tracks here from Petula Clark underline how she became Tony Hatch’s premier hit-maker, sometimes overshadowing his other writing and production work for Pye.
  8. Downtown, Call Me, Joanna, Sugar And Spice, You re The One, Where Are You Now, A Sign Of The Times, Colour My World There is no prize for knowing these songs were all penned by Tony Hatch, the subject of the latest release in our highly rated Songwriters series/5(16).

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