The earliest known video of Christie
shows the original threesome Jeff, Vic and Mike
larking about next to a river, playing and singing along to the
Interspersed among these shots are images of the
three members running along a road with yellow lines.
Jeff and Mike are also shown having a swim in the
river as Vic tries to row a boat.
Thanks a lot for this. I like this video version
of Yellow River most of them all.
Especially the quick frame sequences at 1:24 - great!
Still awesome and evocative after all these decades.
Great stuff tends to stay great, and I'd love to play this song
sometime at a live gig. Five stars all the way.
Ahhh that's what life's all about. Good music
and GREAT! Memories. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!
The LP that this song comes from is great too!
I still have it ! Although my stereo system is in mothballs, it
may have to be retrieved so that i may listen to this wonderful
album again. If you can find on CD , by all means, purchase.
Don't know why but my favorite song ever. And
Good drummer! Awesome bass-playing.
Wow, if Jeff ever gets to San Bernardino, which
wasn't too far from my old home, please let us know. I'd like
to see and hear him and Chip Hawkes!
Grew up near Jeff in Moortown, Leeds, used to go watch his
band 'The Outer Limits' play in Harehills and other Yorkshire
towns, occasionally travelled in the back of their van to a club
in Harrogate. Look out for One More Chance
on Deram records
Never ages, Jeff, and neither does his songs better
than all the crap today. The best British rock group.
No matter how many times you hear it, you wanna hear it again!
I remember listening to this in the Lamplighter in Keswick,
when the world was a different place. Memories
Jeff, I believe you knew in your mind and heart, this particular
song would be around for a long time because you were sending
a message to all of us around the world in reference to troops
from the wars of then and now. All we need to do now is understand
them! I applaud you! Thank You for Yellow
Great performance ... the way to rock, guys!!
I can never get too much of this song.
I would love to see Jeff perform at least once in my lifetime.
Come to Texas in the United States! I have always loved your music!
That song (Yellow River) stays in
my mind all the time (along with your others, of course!)
Wwow!!!! Grande song!!! GRAZIE!!!!!
Thank you, I just got sent back 37 years. Went through five
copies of the 45 and drove my parents nuts playing this song.
Even my friends got sick of me playing it. I think I'll send it
to a couple of my old pals.
Good song , good tune, nice music!!
The drummer, Mike, works in Staines Middlesex and has done
for 20 years!
I remember this!
I think everybody knows this song, it´s great!
A rare, clean copy of this video. Thanx
I was 14 and this song made a very new experience for me.
I was in love for the first time, so this song repeat this first
feelings. I must turn this sound down, it hurts
I love this song, when I was 16 I watched its video on TV
for the first and only time and 16 years later I would find it
It was the time of jerk dancing, what a memorable souvenir,
we had to powder the floor to jerk well
Thanks for posting! I loved this song when I was a little
tyke (4) I remember it well!
I can see you now, dancing and bopping on the floor to this
great rythmn!!! LOL!
Terrifico, what a good song
Wow! The songs of sixties and seventies!
Desde los 10 años comenze a escuchar musica de? este
genero en un estacion de radio llamada radio cañon en el
df, despues en la 1470 con el sr Humberto Cantu en vibraciones
del rokc. si alguien sabe en donde podemos escuchar al sr Cantu
se los agradeseria mucho.
There's a Yellow River in Northern Iowa in the bluffs that
reminds me of this song.
Amazing song, Christie is beautiful.
Tres bon bravo
This song is super.. ^^
Never get tired of this song - all time favourite - reminds me
of when we had nice summers
Great song. I woke up this morning with this song playing
in my head. Sure enough, my life got better. The song was trying
to tell me something!
This is the first song that i heard in ENGLISH. I was born
in Costa Rica and my father owned a Juxebox (Rockola in Spanish)
on a bar. I never asked the meaning of the words, I just keep
listening all the time. Anyway, nobody speak the language.
Thanks for the memory. I actually remember this song.
Me and the other geriatrics in our band still play this song
to the unsuspecting public