Peter & Gordon were a British Invasion-era performing duo, formed by Peter Asher and Gordon Waller, that rocketed to fame in 1964 with "A World Without Love". Peter Asher's sister (the actress Jane Asher) was dating Paul McCartney (of The Beatles), and so Peter & Gordon recorded several songs written by McCartney, with or without John Lennon. Hits included "Nobody I Know", "True Love Ways" (Buddy Holly), "I Go To Pieces" (Del Shannon) who decided not to record the song himself, and "I Don't Want To See You Again".
Peter and Gordon were a British pop duo, composed of Peter Asher (b. 1944) and Gordon Waller (1945–2009), who achieved international fame in 1964 with their first single, the million-selling single "A World Without Love". The duo had several subsequent hits in the British Invasion era. Peter Asher and his sister Jane were child actors in the 1950s. They played siblings in a 1955 episode of the television series The Adventures of Robin Hood
Watch the video for Sunday for Tea from Peter & Gordon's Original Masters for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Sunday for tea I'll see you Sunday for tea And though it's not far away Each hour's a day to me. Lettuce and ham Or maybe crumpets and jam Oh bab. iscuss these lyrics on MetroLyrics. Charts & Trends Last. fm's Hype Chart (Week 19 of 2019). Spotlight Watch Björk's new music video for 'Tabula Rasa'.
Sunday for tea I'll see you Sunday for tea And though it's not far away Each hour's a day to me. Lettuce and ham Or maybe crumpets and jam Oh baby it'll be fun Havin' a Sunday tea. And as you pass the sugar bowl to me I'll see at last your heart and soul will be with me. Sunday could be A special Sunday for me Together we'll surely find We're two of a kind are we On Sunday for tea. - violins and piano -. Sunday for tea I'll see you Sunday for tea Together.
Tracklist: 1. London At Night, 2. The Jokers, 3. I’m Your Puppet, 4. Here Comes That Hurt Again, 5. You’ve Got Your Troubles, 6. Sally Go ‘Round The Roses, 7. Sunday For Tea, 8. Red, Cream And Velvet, 9. Stop, Look And Listen, 10. Please Help Me, I’m Falling, 11. Goodbye My Love. More albums from Peter & Gordon: History Of British Pop Vol. 8 by Peter & Gordon. Hot Cold & Custard by Peter & Gordon. In Touch With Peter And Gordon by Peter & Gordon. I Don’t Want To See You Again by Peter & Gordon. True Love Ways by Peter & Gordon. Somewhere by Peter & Gordon. Peter And Gordon by Peter & Gordon. Knight In Rusty Armour by Peter & Gordon. View all albums . In London For Tea.
True Love Ways was a really adventurous album for Peter & Gordon. From the opening country-styled ballad, Cry To Me, with an arrangement that includes strings, horns, backup singers and even a bassoon, it's a new sound for the duo, especially considering this is an album cut. It's followed by the big, and I do mean big, orchestral sound of To Know You Is To Love You, a re-imagining of Phil Spector's early hit with the Teddy Bears. There is a bonus track of Sunday For Tea, an odd choice considering it's from 1967 and unrelated to this period in Peter & Gordon's development. Collectables didn't do that album and chose only the six big ones, so I guess that's why it's here.
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|A||Sunday For Tea
Directed By – Mike VickersWritten-By – Carter-Lewis
|B||Hurtin' Is Lovin'
Producer – John BurgessWritten-By – Gordon Waller, Peter Asher
NotesLabel variation, copy on right side laid out differently
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label A Side): 45-X45917
- Matrix / Runout (Label B Side): 45-X45278
- Matrix / Runout (A-side runout): 45-X-45917-F3 #2 (IAM in triangle)
- Matrix / Runout (B-side runout): 45-X-45278-G4 (IAM triangle symbol)
|5864||Peter & Gordon||Sunday For Tea / Hurtin' Is Lovin' (7", Single)||Capitol Records||5864||US||1967|
|5864||Peter & Gordon||Sunday For Tea / Hurtin' Is Lovin' (7", Single, Promo)||Capitol Records||5864||US||1967|
|5864||Peter & Gordon||Sunday For Tea / Hurtin' Is Lovin' (7", Single)||Capitol Records||5864||Canada||1967|
|5864||Peter & Gordon||Hurtin' Is Lovin' (7", Single)||Capitol Records||5864||US||Unknown|