|A||The Old Fashioned Way (Les Plaisirs Demodes)
Written By – Garvarentz-Arnavour-Kasha-Hirschhorn
|B||Come On Home
Written By – P. Clark-F. Amangello
|M 14708||Petula Clark||The Old Fashioned Way (7", Single)||MGM Records||M 14708||US||1974|
|M 14708||Petula Clark||The Old Fashioned Way (7", Promo)||MGM Records||M 14708||US||1974|
Downtown is an album by Petula Clark (her first album licensed to Warner Brothers Records) following the success of her single of the same title. The album's tracks were all produced, arranged and conducted by Tony Hatch and were recorded at the Pye Studios in Marble Arch with the session personnel including drummer Bobby Graham, guitarist Big Jim Sullivan and the Breakaways vocal group; the "Downtown" track included guitarists Vic Flick and Jimmy Page in addition to Sullivan.
In the Old Fashioned Way - Petula Clark. In the Old Fashioned Way - Petula Clark. Album: I Couldn't Live Without Your Love: Hits, Classics & More, 2017. Provided to YouTube by Warner Music Group. The Old Fashioned Way · Petula Clark. I Couldn't Live Without Your Love: Hits, Classics & More. Performance: Petula Clark Composer: Petula Clark. Auto-generated by YouTube.
Downtown/The New Petula Clark Album. Come On Home Polygram Chronicles 314 539 078-2 (US) 10/21/97 (. The Gypsy, (. I've Got To Learn To Live Without You, (. In The Old Fashioned Way, (. Till, (. Killing Me Softly, (. Baby I'm A Want You - Everything I Own, (. I Can See Clearly Now, (. Come On Home, (.
Petula Clark discography. This is a discography for Petula Clark. UK. US. Label & catalogue no. 1956. An Hour in Concert with Petula Clark and the London Philharmonic Orchestra. – UK mfp. 1991 - "The Old Fashioned Way" b/w "Come On Home" - - 40. - "Loving Arms" b/w "I'm the Woman You Need".
The Old Fashioned Way (song). The Old Fashioned Way". Song by Charles Aznavour. The Old Fashioned Way" is the English version of Charles Aznavour's Les plaisirs démodés song Contents.
Tr. En. Ru. Kk. Be. The Old Fashioned Way (song). Don't Cry for Me Argentina". v. e. Charles Aznavour. Que C'est Triste Venise".