Recorded 1965, London, UK
"Call Me" is a song composed by Tony Hatch for Petula Clark which became an easy listening standard via a hit version by Chris Montez.
"Call Me" first appeared as the title cut on a Petula Clark EP released in 1965 by Vogue in the UK.
"Call Me" and the three other tracks on the EP: "Heart", "Everything in the Garden" and "Stangers and Lovers" were released in the US as tracks on Clark's I Know A Place album.
Also in 1965 Chris Montez, who had scored the hit "Let's Dance" in 1962 and subsequently dropped out of the music business, was invited to resume recording by A&M Records' founder Herb Alpert.
Georgia Gibbs recorded "Call Me" as the title cut for her final album released in 1966.