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Peter Sarstedt Restless Heart - Singer Records

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Director Wes Anderson features Peter’s music in two of his films ‘The Darjeeling Limited’ and ‘Hotel Chevalier’

Please click here for lyrics to Valentine from the album Restless Heart

Peter Sarstedt The Lost Album - Singer Records
Peter Sarstedt first came to prominence in February 1969 with a Number 1 hit single “Where do you go to, my lovely”. He held that position for 6 weeks in Britain, reached No.1 in 14 other countries, and was awarded the highly coveted Ivor Novello Award for Best Song for his composition.   

Along with brothers Richard (a.k.a Eden Kane) and Clive (a.k.a.Robin), Peter came to England from his birthplace in Northern India in 1954.
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“We were born in India and we came to England in 1954, just prior to the Rock & Roll explosion” Peter explained. “Our story is, we started off as a skiffle group, then got into Rock & Roll and then split up and had our individual successes in the charts. The Sarstedt Brothers had hits from 1961 to 1976; three brothers having separate hits in different eras”.

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Following a musical career closer to folk than most traditional 'pop', Peter didn't consider it necessary to undergo a name change like his other brothers. Peter was blessed with superb songwriting skills. He'd already had some recognition- though not chart success- with 'I Am A Cathedral'- before writing his great 1960’s classic 'Where Do You Go To My Lovely'

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"a singer- songwriter of consummate skill, he is in the Ry Cooder mould...a joy to listen to. May he always be around as an example of the resilience of talent. If you get a chance to catch Sarstedt - don’t pass it up”.- STAGE AND TELEVISION


"When Peter Sarstedt lyrics appear, other writers disappear”- TIME OUT

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