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Shelly Gillespie, Sue Kirby and Robin Yorke formed the original She Trinity in Canada. Upon arriving in London, England via New York, USA, they added Pauline Monroe to the line-up. Unlike many ‘girl-groups’ of the era, the She Trinity played musical instruments and, having secured a contract with Columbia Records in 1966, completed a strong cover version of the Bobby Fuller Four’s ‘I Fought The Law’, retitled ‘He Fought The Law’. Other releases, including ‘The Man Who Took The Valise Off The Floor Of Grand Central Station At Noon’, showed considerable promise, but the band’s career was completely undermined upon opting to record ‘Yellow Submarine’ without knowing the Beatles’ would issue their version as a single. Kirby was then replaced by Marion Hill, the first of several changes in personnel. Beryl Marsden was briefly a member following her spell in Shotgun Express. The She Trinity remained active until the end of the decade, recording ‘Across The Street’ in 1967 and ‘Hair’ in 1969, before splitting up.