Clive Sarstedt (born Clive Robin Sarstedt, 21 January 1944, Ajmer, Rajastan, Northern India) is a British pop music singer and instrumentalist. Sarstedt appeared on many many music live shows including Top of The Pops. He initially recorded under the names Wes Sands (recorded by his manager, Joe Meek), and Clive Sands. He joined The Deejays in Sweden in 1966/1967. They had two big hits on "Tio i Topp" in Sweden: "Dum Dum (Marble Breaks And Iron Bends)" and "Baby Talk". He finally had a hit in 1976, with a cover version of the Hoagy Carmichael penned song, My Resistance Is Low, using his middle name and billed as Robin Sarstedt. It reached Number 3 in the UK Singles Chart. Without tangible other chart success, he remains a British one-hit wonder. In the Benelux countries however he hit the charts later in 1976 with his cover version of "Let's Fall in Love", a song written by Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler and published in 1933.
He is the youngest brother of Peter and Eden Kane/Richard Sarstedt and has recorded on Sarstedt Brothers records.
Musical activity from 1996 onwards can be found here - http://www.guitardaddy.co.uk/clivesarstedt.htm
As of 2008, he is living in Los Pinos, near Bédar, a village in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain.
Certainly in 2009 he was a regular on Mojacar Playa during the summer season, most people unaware of who they were watching.
Clive Sarstedt - 1970 - RCA Records,
Freeway Getaway - 1971 - RCA,
In a Dream - 1971 - RCA,
The Strange Case of Bernie's Collapsing Drumkit - Clive Sarstedt's Workshop 1997 - Backlash Records