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Christie - Featuring San Bernadino and Yellow River album flac

  • Performer: Christie
  • Album: Featuring San Bernadino and Yellow River
  • FLAC: 1572 mb | MP3: 1502 mb
  • Released: 1970
  • Style: Bubblegum
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 757
  • Format: DTS ADX MP2 AHX TTA VOC MIDI
Christie - Featuring San Bernadino and Yellow River album flac

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B3. Country Boy. B4. Johnny One Time. B5. Coming Home Tonight. Río Amarillo Yellow River ‎(LP, Album, Mono). Yellow River ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial).

Written-By – J. Christie (tracks: A1 to A3, A5 to B7). Other Versions (5 of 55) View All. Cat.

In 1970, Jeff Christie offered his composition "Yellow River" to The Tremeloes. They recorded it to release as a single but changed their minds as they were going more progressive as the seventies started. At the same time Tremeloes member Alan Blakely's brother Michael had a little group called the Epics and Alan wanted to give his brother a break. Both tracks became flash songs on their eponymous debut album of that year, and it stayed on US Billboard 200 chart for ten weeks. But the trio failed to sustain a lasting career, and Blakely was replaced by Paul Fenton (born 4 July 1946, Huddersfield, Yorkshire) just before the release of the band's second album, For All Mankind (1971). Lem Lubin (ex-Unit 4 + 2) was added to the line-up after the release of Iron Horse (1972), but the title track proved to be the band's final hit single.

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In honor of the song's 70th anniversary, we update the lyrics with new destinations. Kingman, Barstow, San Bernardino. Kingman, Barstow, San Bernadino Won't you get hip to this timely tip, And take that California trip? Get your kicks on Route 66. (Instrumental) Well, it goes from.