The Best of British ~ original album

There's a Kind of Hush ( All Over the World )

Words and Music by David Leslie Reed and Geoff Stevens, 1966
 
Arranged and Conducted by Nick Perito
Produced by Roncom Music Company
 
Recorded at Number One Studio, Olympic, Barnes, England
Recording Engineer: Phil Chapman
Recording Time 3:07
 
Recorded June 6th, 7th & 10th, 1977    ~ Matrix No. GPC6-1809 Take 1 +
Lyrics
Produced by Roncom Music Co.
Orchestra under direction of Nick Perito
The Tony Mansell Singers under the direction of Ray Charles
Arrangements by Nick Perito with exception of "Michelle" and "The Very Thought of You" by Don Costa
Album Coordinator — David Machray
Album concept — Tommy Loftus.
Recorded June 1977 at Number One Studio, Olympic, Barnes.
Recording Engineer: Phil Chapman. Album notes by Benny Green.
Album released in the U.K. and Canada only
 
The Best of British ~ original album

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Notes: ~ Written and recorded in England, this song was awarded a Gold Record 
in the United States for Herman's Hermits in 1966 and was revived 
by Karen and Richard Carpenter ( The Carpenters ) ten years later.

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