Under the management team of Kenneth Pitt and Dave Nicolson, singer Peter Smith was taken form the Beat Formula Three and moulded into Crispian ST. Peters.

After two failed singles , Nicolson had a hard time getting the £120 needed to record a coverof We Five Americans' hit song "You Were On My Mind". 

Pitt eventually took a gamble but insisted that top session men were used to hurry the recording up.

Page was one of the musicians hired and the single became a hit, so for the follow up the same musicians were hired and it too was a hit.

ST. Peters then blew it proclaiming himself "better than Elvis Presley" and never had a hit again.

Page can also be heard on the album track "Without You", the remaining guitar work was by Alan Parker.