A valentine from Clare Spark

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A valentine from Clare Spark
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A collection of songs (mostly show tunes) sung by and/or about women in love. pt.1. Twenty homesick maidens we / Gilbert and Sullivan ; pt.2. Helen is always willin' / John Latouche and Jerome Moross ; pt.3. The Heart is quicker than they eye / Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers ; pt.4. My love/ Leonard Bernstein ; pt.5. What can you do with a man / Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers ; pt.6. O happy we / Leonard Bernstein ; pt.7. Goona-goona / John Latouche and Jerome Moross ; pt.8. Gavotte / Leonard Bernstein ; pt.9. Glad to be unhappy / Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers ; pt.10. Nina / Noel Coward ; pt.11. If you go in / Gilbert and Sullivan. Intro: "Ah misery! It's time for a Valentine from Clare Loeb." Note in folio: "Poor judgement, sensory disorientation, and the battle of the sexes as expressed in songs of love." Written and produced by Clare Spark (nee Loeb) with technical production by Bruce Gossard.

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February 11, 1972
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KPFK, February 14, 1972
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1 reel (32 min.) : 7 1/2 ips, stereo.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1972.
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