Tony Hatch - Colour My World: The Songs of Tony Hatch mp3 download
Ace's 2014 compilation Colour My World: The Songs of Tony Hatch celebrates his heyday, offering 23 cuts from the '60s plus two '70s instrumentals from the Tony Hatch Orchestra. Occasionally, Colour My World illustrates how Hatch could play it straight, stripping away the stylish rock & roll accouterments to wander down the middle of the road with Jack Jones, Matt Monro, and Bobby Rydell, but having these cuts interspersed with the livelier, teen-oriented hits helps this compilation feel like a robust portrait of mainstream pop: it's possible to hear what the. mainstream sounded like, and also to hear how Hatch expanded that definition with his rhythms and rich orchestrations.
Colour My World" is a song written by Tony Hatch and Jackie Trent, and recorded by Petula Clark in 1966. While overall conforming to the hit formula Hatch had come up with for Clark with "Downtown" - and being especially reminiscent of Clark's 1965 hit "My Love - "Colour My World" acknowledged the sound of the later 1960s by featuring a riff played on the sitar.
Colour My World is the sixth album released by Petula Clark in the US on Warner Bros. It combines cover versions of popular songs of the era and original material, much of it written by Clark and Tony Hatch, who produced the recording and arranged it along with Johnny Harris and Frank Owens
For a time, Tony Hatch defined British pop - not the underground, not the vanguard, but the savvy, swinging sound of the go-go '60s in the . a splashy sound that could appeal to both the young and the old. His greatest muse was Petula Clark, and her hits Downtown, Colour My World, and A Sign. Artist: Various Artists Title: Colour My World: Songs of Tony Hatch Year Of Release: 2014 Label: Ace Genre: Pop Rock, Easy Listening Quality: 320 kbps, FLAC (tracks+. For a time, Tony Hatch defined British pop - not the underground, not the vanguard, but the savvy, swinging sound of the go-go '60s in the .
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Tony Hatch & The Satin Brass - "Sounds Of The 70s". 8. Sarah Vaughan - "I Know A Place". 9. The Remains - "Heart". 10. The Montanas - "You've Got To Be Loved". Jackie Trent - ". 0 From Suburbia". 20. The Tony Hatch Sound - "Man Alive". 21. Matt Monro - "I Love The Little Things". 22. Garry Mills - "Look For A Star". 23. Bobby Rydell - "Forget Him".
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In 1965 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, along with new compositions. The song " Call Me ", written for and recorded by Petula Clark in 1965, was recorded by Chris Montez later in the year. Released in November 1965, Montez's version entered the US Easy Listening Top 40 in Billboard that December, and the Billboard Hot 100 in January 1966, peaking that March on the Easy Listening chart at and on the Hot 100 at "A Sign of the Times", "Who Am I" and "Colour My World" were not hits in Britain. Collaboration with Jackie Trent and later career. In 1964, Hatch was hired to write his first television theme, for the soap opera Crossroads.
Album · 2005 · 76 Songs. The Two of Us. Tony Hatch & Jackie Trent. Tony Hatch & The Satin Brass.