The band sits on top of a steel bridge
structure in front of some sort of refinery, all rugged up and
playing the song, as the camera focuses closely on each player
from every angle possible. The pace of the song is slower than
the version released on single. There's not much else of interest
on this video.
I bought this in 1971 , it was a 3 track maxi single
on CBS. Tracks were: A side (45rpm) Everything's
gonna be alright, Freewheeling Man; B side (33rpm) Magic
Highway. Nice picture sleeve. Good song, thanks for posting.
Easily as good as Yellow
River. Their other great track for me is Picture
Painter - there's a promo film for that too with kids painting
pics of the band! These promo films are on the fab DVD's 'Sensational
Sounds of the 70's Vol 1 & 2' both of which are well worth getting
for some real obscurities!
Thank you, I never thought this would be on youtube
Yes, please re-release and COME TO VANCOUVER BC
Yellow River, San
Bernadino and this one are their best songs, rival anything
the Beatles wrote.
I'm dedicating this to my friend. :)
Absolutely brilliant. They should re-release it
to a new generation and modernise it a bit.
Pure pop for now people.
Dig the threads man! Love the heavy bass line too,
every bit as catchy as Yellow River.
Just such a nice pop song.
I love this song. As good as Yellow
River. Thank you.
A great song!
Very good song!
My favourite Christie song.