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Hard Times is the fifth album by singer, songwriter and pianist Peter Skellern (1947–2017)) released in 1975 on the Island Records label. Despite much radio airplay, "Hard Times" failed as a single and the LP slipped into decades of obscurity. As a result of this commercial failure, Skellern changed record companies again, signing with Phonogram under their Mercury subsidiary and immediately enjoying a minor hit with a cover of "Love Is the Sweetest Thing".
Dreaming by Peter Skellern. heard on Summer Lovers. Let's call the whole thing off by Peter Skellern. Skellern attended Derby Grammar School (now Derby High School) and studied piano at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He later joined pop groups called ‘Harlem’ and ‘March Hare’. Skellern played the organ at St Michael’s Church, Bolton during his early years. Skellern’s first hit song was You’re a Lady in 1972. His album Astaire is regarded by many as a minor classic. Video with Peter Skellern.
Peter Skellern (born 14 March 1947 - Died 17/02/2017, Bury, Lancashire) was an English singer-songwriter and pianist. He later joined pop groups called 'Harlem' and 'March Hare'.
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Peter Skellern was born in Bury, Lancashire. He attended Derby High School, Greater Manchester, and studied piano at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He later joined pop groups called Harlem and March Hare. Hard Times is the fifth album by singer, songwriter and pianist Peter Skellern (born 14 March 1947, Bury, Lancashire) released in 1975 on the Island Records label. As a result of this commercial failure Peter Skellern switched record companies again, signing this time with Phonogram, under their Mercury subsidiary, immediately enjoying a minor hit with a cover of "Love is the Sweetest Thing".
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