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I Know a Place

“I Know a Place” was written by Tony Hatch and recorded in 1965 by Petula Clark. Released as the follow-up to “Downtown”, “I Know a Place” became Clark’s second consecutive Top Ten hit in the United States, remaining on the charts for twelve weeks and peaking at #3. 27 more words

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The More I See You

“The More I See You” was composed by Harry Warren, with lyrics by Mack Gordon in 1945. It is considered a jazz standard and part of the “American Songbook”. 93 more words

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This Weekend: January Birthdays

Join host Alan Seltzer on “The Grooveyard” Saturday night at 7 PM when we feature artists celebrating birthdays this month.  We’ll feature a six-pack of hits by the Everly Brothers in honor of Phil Everly’s January 19th birthday.  155 more words

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Strangers in the Night

“Strangers in the Night” has music by Bert Kaempfert and English lyrics by Charles Singleton and Eddie Snyder. The song was made famous in 1966 by Frank Sinatra, who took it to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. 90 more words

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Wonderland by Night

“Wonderland by Night” was #1 hit for Bert Kaempfert in 1961. I was a bit surprised when I ran across this tune. I’m not sure I remember it. 54 more words

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ZENITH CHANNEL 056: Pushing On

ZENITH CHANNEL 056: Pushing On
– Mixed by Breakdown:1/19/17


Track Listing:
1. CSNY: Carry On
2. Sound Experience: J.P. Walk
3. The Atomic Crocus: Ombilic Contact… 81 more words

Call Me

“Call Me” is probably best known as a 1966 hit recording by Chris Montez. However, it was originally written for Petula Clark by songwriter Tony Hatch — who also penned “Downtown”, “I Know a Place”, and “Don’t Sleep in the Subway, Darling”. 15 more words

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