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Profile: British songwriter. Born: 1933 Died: 17 June 2000 in Pegram, Tennessee, USA. Variations: Viewing All Clive Westlake. C Westlake, C. West Lake, C. Westlake, . estlake, . estlike, Cleve Westlacke, Clewe Westlake, Clife Westlake, Clint Westlake, Clive Gerald Westlake, Clive W. Lake, Clive West Lake, Clive Westake, Clive Westelak, Clove Westlake, Clyde Westlake, . estlaiks, Wastlake, Westalke, Westerlake, Westfield, Westlake, Westlike, Вестлайк, Уестлайк, Уэстлейк, ウェスト·レーク.
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Gerald Clive Westlake (25 December 1932 – 17 June 2000) was a British songwriter. He was born in Newport, Wales, and studied at the Royal Academy of Music and worked as music teacher at Robert Richardson Grammar School, Ryhope, near Sunderland In the late 1950s early 1960s before working as a songwriter with music publishers Carlin Music. He is most associated with songs written for Dusty Springfield, including "Losing You" (co-written with Tom Springfield) and "All I See Is You" (co-written with Ben Wiseman) - both of which peaked.
John Alexander Westlake (born July 1970) is a British–Czech Hi Fi designer. John Westlake is a son of a Czech mother and a British father. He was born in London but spent his early years in Czechoslovakia. His father was a physicist at the Imperial College in London. He is a self taught Hi Fi designer who didn't received a formal university education and learnt electronics by observing his father's work.
The other side of the romantic coin from A Valentine Gift for You, released five months earlier, Always on My Mind was a concept compilation album given over to breakup songs. Especially after his own divorce in 1972, Presley showed a real affection for maudlin, self-pitying material like "Don't Cry Daddy" (actually recorded in January 1969 and a Top Ten hit), "You Gave Me a Mountain" (recorded in February 1973), and, of course, the excuse-filled title track (recorded in March 1972, the month after he was legally separated from his wife).