Cupid's Inspiration Featuring Terry Rice-Milton - Are You Growing Tired Of My Love / Sunshine album FLAC
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Cupid's Inspiration are a British pop group, active with various line up changes since 1968 when they had two hit singles. The band are currently on the road with original drummer Roger Gray re-joining the veteran line up of Paul Shanahan and Bob Poole with Paul Thomas on vocals. Originally from Stamford, Lincolnshire, the band were at first called The Ends (no relation to The End).
Are You Growing Tired Of My Love, Sunshine. Yesterday Has Gone" hit in June of that year, and "My World" went to in October. In 1970, lead singer Terry Rice-Milton was followed by John Lynch and then Martin Cure, who added several musicians from Leamington to the line-up. In the 1990s and early 2000s, the group did reunion shows with other bands from the era. Their song "Yesterday Has Gone" (written by Teddy Randazzo and Victoria Pike) has featured on many compilation albums.
It has been 50 years this coming June since the record Yesterday Has Gone, featuring Terry Rice Milton on vocals, with Roger Gray on drums and a group of excellent session musicians hit the British charts. After the leaving of Terry in 1969 and various line up changes over the next two years, the band Cupids Inspiration settled with the Martin Cure on vocals, Paul Shanahan on guitar and Bob Poole on bass joining original drummer Roger Gray e bands dubious reputation as a live act and have gigged extensively with the occasional personnel change up to today. The band are currently on the road with original drummer Roger Gray re joining the veteran line up of Paul Shanahan and Bob Poole with Paul Thomas on vocals.
Listen to Look At Me from Cupid's Inspiration's Piccadilly Sunshine, Pt. 3: British Pop Psych & Other Flavours, 1967 - 1970 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. 1 more album featuring this track. Cupid's Inspiration was a English rock band. They were predominately active between 1968 and 1971. The group scored two Top 40 hits on the UK Singles Chart in 1968. They were predominately active between 1968 and 1971
Because you never put it into words Can't you see you should be honest with me And I've got to find what is in your mind.
Cupid’s Inspiration’s cover version rose to number 4 in the UK chart, during which time pianist Garfield Tonkin (b. 28 September 1946) was added to the line-up. However, despite enjoying a subsequent minor hit with ‘My World’, the quintet was unable to repeat the success of their powerful and catchy debut single. The line-up was disbanded at the end of the year, but within weeks Rice-Milton and Gray re-emerged alongside newcomers Bernie Lee (guitar) and Gordon Haskell (b. 27 April 1946, Bournemouth, Dorset, England; bass, ex-Les Fleur Des Lys) . Rice-Milton began a short-lived solo career in 1970 with a revival of Cilla Black’s ‘You’re My World’.
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