Hits of Yesteryears (SONGS TO REMEMBER) Norma Ledesma, Jackie Trent & Eydie Gorme
Hits of Yesteryears (SONGS TO REMEMBER) 1. Remember Me – Jackie Trent 2. Where Can You Be – Norma Ledesma 3. Time – Eydie Gorme JACKIE TRENT Jackie Trent (born Yvonne Burgess, 6 September 1940, Newcastle-under-Lyme) is an English singer, songwriter, and actress. CAREER Trent's first stage appearance was as a ten-year-old ingenue in the pantomime Babes In The Wood, but her primary interest was a career in pop music. Her first single, "Pick Up the Pieces," was released in 1962, but it was not until two record labels and three years later that she scored her first hit, "Where Are You Now" which was featured in the popular TV series "[The Inspector Rose Mysteries]" and was written by Tony Hatch, who at that time was involved in a successful professional collaboration with Petula Clark. "Where Are You Now" reached number one in the UK Singles Chart in May 1965, topping the chart for one week. With Clark's 1966 hit, "I Couldn't Live Without Your Love" inspired by the ongoing affair between Trent and Hatch, they went public with their relationship. A year later, they were married in Kensington, London. Although she recorded several singles and albums, both as a solo artist and in tandem with her husband, Trent was more successful as a songwriter rather than a singer. In addition to their compositions for Clark, over the years she and Hatch wrote a wealth of material for other artists, including Frank Sinatra, Jack Jones, Nancy Wilson, Des O'Connor, Val Doonican, Shirley Bassey <b>…</b>
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