Peter Sarstedt - Peter Sarstedt (1969) [Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)]
LP (1969) To Mp3 192 mbit/s
Included: LP Front Cover, Lyrics to "Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)" and this Info
Peter Sarstedt (born Peter Eardley Sarstedt,12 December 1942, Delhi, India) is an Anglo-Indian singer-songwriter.
He is best known for his 1969, UK number one hit, "Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)"; a portrait of a poor-born girl who becomes a member of the Euro jet-set. Set to a faux European waltz tune, it reached the top chart position in 14 other countries, but was only a minor hit in the U.S. The song was awarded the 1969 Ivor Novello Award, (together with David Bowie's "Space Oddity"). Other Sarstedt songs include "Beirut", "Take Off Your Clothes", "I Am A Cathedral" and "Frozen Orange Juice" (UK #10 in 1969).
In the 1980s and 1990s he frequently toured the UK as part of the 'Solid Silver '60s' package tours. "Where Do You Go To" was later used in the 2007 Wes Anderson films Hotel Chevalier and The Darjeeling Limited which sparked new interest in Sarstedt's music.
Siblings: Peter Sarstedt's brothers are:
Richard Graham Sarstedt, who also topped the UK Singles Chart himself in 1961, with "Well I Ask You", under the stage name of Eden Kane.
Robin Sarstedt, (born Clive Robin Sarstedt, January 21, 1944, Ajmer, Rajastan, Northern India) (the youngest brother), who made his recording debut as Wes Sands (recorded by Joe Meek), and then continued as Clive Sands. He finally had a hit in 1976 with "My Resistance Is Low".
01. I Am A Cathedral
02. Sons Of Cain Are Abel
03. No More Lollipops
04. Stay Within Myself
05. You Are My Life
07. Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)
09. My Daddy Is A Millionaire
10. Once Upon An Everyday
11. Time Was Leading Us Home
12. Many-Coloured, Semi-Precious Plastic Easter Eggs
13. Time, Love, Hope, Life