Profile: Soul singer. Born on 26 April 1941 in Macon Georgia, she was a Philadelphia area R&B artist from the early 1960's, best known for the hit single, "Party Lights," which reached in 1962. When she failed to produce a successful follow-up, she went on to record under the name Joy Dawn, with limited success. Aliases: Joy Dawn, Sherry Pye. Variations: Viewing All Claudine Clark. C. Clark, C. Cook, . lark, Clark, Claudine Clarke. Party Lights (Album). Party Lights, Disappointed (Single).
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Party Lights (Claudine Clark song). Party Lights" is a song written and performed by Claudine Clark. It reached on the . R&B chart and on the . It was featured on her 1962 album Party Lights. The song was arranged by Russ Faith and produced by Faith and Bob Marcucci. The song ranked on Billboard magazine's Top 100 singles of 1962.
Album by Claudine Clark. was covered in. Party Lights by Annie McLoone (1976). was sampled in. Disappointed by Tonedeff (2004).
Album · 1961 · 12 Songs. Party Lights! Claudine Clark. Listen on Apple Music. Party Lights: The Best Of. 1961. The Philly Sound You Never Heard Vol. 2: Songs, Productions & Arrangements of Morris Bailey (feat. Songs, Productions & Arrangements of Morris Bailey). Party Lights (Remastered) - Single.
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Listen to music from Claudine Clark like Party Lights, Walkin' Through A Cemetery & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Claudine Clark. Clark is from Macon, Georgia and grew up in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She began recording in 1958 for Herald, a record label, then moved to Gotham. She finally had a hit with her second single for Chancellor Records. After the success of "Party Lights", Clark released "Walkin' Through a Cemetery", which was a commercial failure.
Arranged By, Conductor – Russ FaithWritten-By – C. Clark*
Arranged By, Conductor – Jerry Ragavoy*Written-By – R. Marcucci*, R. Faith*
|C-1113||Claudine Clark||Party Lights / Disappointed (7", Single)||Chancellor||C-1113||US||1962|
|C 1168||Claudine Clark||Party Lights / Disappointed (7", RE)||Collectables||C 1168||US||Unknown|
|C-1113X||Claudine Clark||Party Lights / Disappointed (7", Single)||Chancellor||C-1113X||Canada||Unknown|
|CH 26010||Claudine Clark||Party Lights / Disappointed (7", Single)||Funckler||CH 26010||Netherlands||Unknown|
|T-8160||Claudine Clark||Party Lights / Disappointed (7", Single, Blu)||Sonet||T-8160||Sweden||1962|