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  1. Faegar
    Songwriting partner (and later, wife) of super-producer Tony Hatch, Jackie Trent earned a big hit single in when "Where Are You Now (My Love)" famously ousted the Beatles' "Ticket to Ride" from the top of the British charts. Nearly as beautiful a piece of AM pop as Dusty Springfield or Petula Clark ever recorded, the song benefited greatly from Hatch's melodramatic string production and 6/
  2. Mauramar
    Tony Hatch and Jackie Trent were married the following year. When their duet 'The Two Of Us' topped the Australian charts, the pair immediately found themselves in demand on the concert and cabaret stages, adding yet another dimension to Tony's career.
  3. Melkis
    And the whole world knew with a small exception of me. With a small exception of me the world is wise. With a small exception of me it's no surprise. So it's funny the way that I could be so blind. Funny when it's out of sight it's out of mind. Now the truth has known and it's plain enough to see.
  4. Nalmaran
    7" Single on 45cat: Don Lane - You're Everything / The Small Exception Of Me - Spin - New Zealand - EK
  5. Bataxe
    Nov 04,  · The recently re-mastered and re-packaged edition of the Seldom Scene’s classic best-selling release from Rebel Records, Live at The Cellar Door, is now available.. Recorded in December at a small but popular club in Washington DC, the eclectic collection was one of the earliest live bluegrass albums to be issued.
  6. Gardakora
    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 Them.9/
  7. Akinom
    In that short time, schoolgirl YVONNE BURGESS grew into JACKIE TRENT. In I abandoned school, packed a single suitcase and, clutching my precious music case, I caught the train to London: alone; no agent, no contacts and no work. I soon found work; my new employers even took me into their home, treating me as a daughter.
  8. Mezir
    Jun 28,  · Dinah Bean sings a version of a song written by Tony Hatch and Jackie Trent,. There is accompaniment on banjo, mandolin, guitar and bass.
  9. Mazurisar
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Jackie Trent & Tony Hatch - Words & Music at Discogs. Complete your Jackie Trent & Tony Hatch collection.

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