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Yellow River

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Album Review

Christie was a relatively unknown band from England that had the hit song "Yellow River" in 1970. No relation to the '60s American pop idol Lou Christie, this band managed to release one obscure album in North America on the Epic label in the same year. This collection represents the reissue of that album in its entirety along with detailed liner notes about the band. Not much exciting on this album other than the hit single, Christie has a place in the one-hit wonder bins of the world.

Biography

Formed: 1970 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s

Leeds-born Jeff Christie (b. 1946) entered music by way of a skiffle band that eventually moved into rock & roll, taking the name the Outer Limits. They eventually cut a pair of singles, before breaking up, and Jeff Christie decided to try a career as a songwriter. His demo tape made its way to Tremeloes' guitarist Alan Blakely, and happened to be heard by his brother, drummer Mike Blakely, formerly of the Epics and the Acid Gallery. Both were impressed enough with Christie's songs to arrange...
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