Posts Tagged ‘Claudine Clark’

Teenage Blues

October 7, 2018

“Teenage Blues,” written and performed by 17-year-old Claudine Clark, 1958.

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Party Lights

September 1, 2018

“Party Lights,” written and recorded by Claudine Clark,1962. It was her one big hit, initially intended as the “B-side” of a ballad, “Disappointed.”

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Who Will You Hurt

August 12, 2018

“Who Will You Hurt,” written by Robert Marcucci and Russ Faith, recorded by Claudine Clark in 1963. Anybody know who played harp on the intro?

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