Clodagh Rodgers (born 5 March 1947) is a singer and actress from Northern Ireland, best known for her hit singles including "Come Back and Shake Me", "Goodnight Midnight", and "Jack in the Box". 1971 Clodagh Rodgers (Compilation) – (RCA Camden CDS1094). 1972 It's Different Now – (RCA SF8271). 1973 You Are My Music – (RCA SF8394). 1973 Come Back and Shake Me (Compilation) – (RCA International 1434).
Lyrics to 'It's Different Now' by Clodagh Rodgers. I use to think, That when you fell in love, Love would never change, But it's different now, And to those who've never been in love. Clodagh Rodgers At The London Palladium 1974. Eurovision 1971: UK - Clodagh Rodgers - Jack in the box. 6,231 views. Top Songs By Clodagh Rodgers. 1. Jack In The Box. Clodagh Rodgers. 2. Come Back And Shake Me. 3. Goodnight Midnight.
It's Different Now. RCA. 1996. You Are My Music: The Best of Clodagh Rodgers.
Best Of Clodagh Rodgers. Listen on Apple Music. It's Different Now. 4:40. Play album. Lady Love Bug.
Clodagh Rodgers has 428 members. Everything to do with Clodagh Rodgers, the top selling girl singer of the late sixties/early seventies. It's Mike Yarwood, Clodagh Rodgers does her famous Cilla Black impression. With Mike Yarwood as Bruce Forsyth & Frankie Howerd. Welcome to our new and distinguished members courtesy of champion canvasser Louis! Enjoy!
It's on the album called Clodagh Rodgers issued on RCA Camden though, so you might upload that if possible as well - thanks. Open this post in threaded view. ♦. Re: Clodagh Rodgers - Rodgers and Heart. Obviously, different releases in different countries. I'm surprised all the Songs for Europe (or at least the decent ones) weren't on the album with the winner.
Clodagh Rodgers (born 5 March 1947) is a singer and actress from Northern Ireland, best known for her hit singles including, "Come Back and Shake Me" and "Jack in the Box". She also recorded "Scrapbook," penned by Billy Ritchie, which appeared on her 1969 album Midnight Clodagh. In 1970 she recorded "Give Me Just a Little More Line" with Young under the name Moonshine; though it enjoyed moderate success, it failed to chart. Rodgers picked this track as one of her 8 favourite discs when she appeared as the featured castaway on the BBC's Desert Island Discs in March 1971 .