Knock Knock Who’s There?: LIV MAESSEN

Australian singles chart:
Knock Knock Who’s There? entered the Kent charts on 4 May 1970 and peaked at #2. The song was #13 on the Top 100 of 1970.

John Carter, Geoff Stephens

June Productions

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Wikipedia – Knock, Knock Who’s There?:
Knock, Knock Who’s There? by John Carter and Geoff Stephens was originally sung and recorded by the Welsh singer Mary Hopkin and was the United Kingdom’s entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 1970, where it came second.
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Wikipedia – Liv Maessen:
Australian pop singer Liv Maessen had hits in the early 1970s with The Love Moth, Knock, Knock Who’s There? and Snowbird. In 1969, Maessen finished second in the New Faces talent show. Her prize included a recording contract with Ron Tudor’s Fable Records which released her albums, Live for Life (1971) and Best of Liv Maessen (1974). She won the 1970 Logie Award for ‘Best New Talent’.
In the Go-Set Pop Poll, Maessen was voted in the top 5 as most popular female vocalist in both 1970 and 1971. For her single Knock, Knock Who’s There?, Maessen became the first Australian female artist to be awarded a gold record certificate. After her recording career, Maessen turned to cabaret and club work by the mid-1970s.
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