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4 He then won a recording contract with Decca Records, and his first recording for the label, "Well I Ask You" written by Les Vandyke, arranged by John Keating, and produced by Bunny Lewis reached.1 on the UK Singles Chart in August 1961.
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1 2, they settled in, norbury, Croydon, where Richard attended Heath Clark Grammar School.He has also occasionally joined "oldies" tours in the UK with Marty Wilde, John Leyton, Brian Hyland and others, notably as part of the "Solid Gold Rock and Roll" package.Inspired by, bill Haley, he learned guitar and formed a skiffle group, the Fabulous 5, which included his younger brothers.Peter Sarstedt, where Do You Go To (My Lovely) (7 Single sell This Version, uA 3156.Mehr Singles aus Sarstedt kennenlernen?Manufactured in Australia by Festival Records Pty.
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3 Singles discography edit " Well I Ask You " 1961 Number 1 "Get Lost 1961 Number 10 "Forget Me Not" 1962 Number 3 "I Don't Know Why" 1962 Number 7 "Boys Cry" 1964 Number 8 5 See also edit Some sources, including his own.3 His fifth single for Decca, "House to Let failed to chart, and later releases for the label were equally unsuccessful.Kontaktanzeige von, aneri41 in Sarstedt 57 Jahre.Title format label, cat country, year, uP 2262.Eden Kane is erste sms nach kennenlernen the stage name of, richard Graham Sarstedt (born 1 note 1 and is an English pop singer best known as a former teen idol in the 1960s.Like many of his teen idol peers, Kane sought to stave off chart oblivion by hitching a ride onto the beat boom bandwagon, and his next release, originally titled "Do You Love Me" (c/w "Comeback was reissued with a new title "Like I Love You.Motto: ehrlichkeit und offenheit, nicht nur bei denen die Du liebst!
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It was followed by three more top ten hits in the UK over the next year, "Get Lost" (no.10 "Forget Me Not" (no.3) and "I Don't Know Why" (no.7).