Crispian St. Peters (born Robin Peter Smith, 5 April 1939 – 8 June 2010) was an English pop singer-songwriter, best known for his work in the 1960s, particularly songs written by duo hits, The Changin' Times' including "The Pied Piper" and Ian & Sylvia's "You Were on My Mind". St. Peters was born in Swanley, Kent and attended Swanley Secondary Modern School. He learned guitar and left school in 1954 to become an assistant cinema projectionist.
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Crispian St. Peters (5 April 1939 – 8 June 2010) was an English pop singer and singer/songwriter best known for his work in the 1960s, particularly his 1966 hits, "The Pied Piper" and "You Were On My Mind". Early career He was born Robin Peter Smith in Swanley, Kent and attended Swanley Secondary Modern School. He learned guitar, and left school in 1954 to become an assistant cinema projectionist.
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In 1966, St. Peters’ career finally yielded a Top 10 hit in the UK Singles Chart, when You Were On My Mind entered the listing, eventually hitting The single was then released in the . on the Philadelphia-based Jamie label, but it did not chart at first. However, his fourth release, The Pied Piper, became forever known as his signature song, reaching on the Billboard Hot 100, and in the UK. No subsequent release would ever match the success of The Pied Piper, although the latter’s success helped boost You Were On My Mind into the . Peters' two hits, "You Were On My Mind" and "The Pied Piper," coupled with his rocking cover of "Changes," are the highlights of this 20-song collection, mostly second-rate folk-rock and pop-rock. My Little Brown Eyes" and "No No No" could have made him a rival to Tom Jones at the mid-1960s phase of his career, while "It's a Funny Feeling" might have given Dave Berry a run for his money
|A1||The Pied Piper|
|A3||That's The Way I Feel|
|A5||You'll Forget Me, Goodbye|
|A8||No Longer Mine|
|A9||Please Take Me Back|
|A10||You Were On My Mind|
|B2||Goodbye To You|
|B3||But She's Untrue|
|B4||Your Love Has Gone|
|B5||That Little Chain|
|B6||At This Moment|
|B7||When We Meet|
|B8||My Little Brown Eyes|
|B9||It's A Funny Feeling|
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|HN 4411||Crispian St. Peters||The Pied Piper (LP, Comp)||HEP||HN 4411||Netherlands||1982|