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1. Medley: Mighty Like A Rose / When I Love, I Love / Some Of These Days 5:48
2. Miser, Miser 2:13
3. Walking Backwards 0:55
4. Doodle, Oodle Day 2:08
5. Don't Ever Leave Me 1:07
6. It's Not For The Want Of Trying 2:13
7. House In The Sky 3:01
8. My Happiness 3:43
9. Someone Like You 2:07
10. Autumn Leaves 3:40
11. Always 3:10
12. It Had To Be You 2:50
13. The Card 2:14
14. Made In Heaven 2:22
15. A Long Way To Go 2:02
16. Meet Me In Battersea Park 1:58
17. Somebody 2:19
18. Crazy Otto Rag 2:10
19. How Are Things With You? 2:17
20. Mighty Like A Rose '55 2:51
21. Sour Tinkle 2:26
22. Bye Bye Blues 2:23
23. Smile 2:17
24. Jangle Box Rag 2:03
25. First Theme 2:37
26. Sing It With Joe 4:02
27. Sing It Again With Joe 4:06
28. Golden Guinea 3:06

Title: Partners In Music
Artist: Petula Clark & Joe "Mr. Piano" Henderson
Catalogue No: SEPIA 1088
Barcode: 5055122110880
Release Date: 7 March 2007

The iconic Petula Clark started her 7 decade career as a 10 year old during World War II. Her impressions of Carmen Miranda and Sophie Tucker were broadcast by the BBC to the British Empire and her rendition of Mighty Like A Rose in the same show grabbed the attention of servicemen abroad.

In 1946 British television was being re-launched after the war and Petula was chosen to appear on the BBC demonstration film performing Miser, Miser. This film appeared on British TV every morning for over a year.

Petula went on to star in British films throughout the 1950s while at the same time achieving great success as a recording and broadcasting star in Britain. From here she continued her success in France and America in a glittering career encompassing all aspects of show business - pop music, stage, Hollywood and television.

Early on in her career Petula found working with Joe Henderson as her accompanist a happy experience and so a musical partnership was established. Petula's on-screen film and TV appearances, recordings and radio broadcasts nearly always included Joe either as accompanist or composer. Throughout the 1950s they toured the United Kingdom together and in 1959 presented their own radio series for the BBC entitled "Pet and Mr. Piano".

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