Video original de 1970 filmado en el río Támesis, junto al Big Ben en Londres, Inglaterra.
The Tremeloes - Yellow River ♫ █▬█ █ ▀█▀ ♫
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The first video Christie ever made, featuring their worldwide smash, Yellow River. This is one of only two clips made with original drummer Mike Blakley. www.jeffchristie.com
Christie - Yellow river 2008 Top number 1 hit in UK in 1970 So long boy you take my place got my papers I've got my bag so pack my bags and I'll be on my way to yellow river Put my gun down the war is won fill my glass high the time has come I'm going back to the place that I love to yellow river Yellow river yellow river it's in my mind and in my eyes yYllow river yellow river it's in my blood it's the place I love Got no time for explanations got no time to lose tomorrow night you'll find me sleeping underneath the moon at yellow river Cannon firelingers in my mind I'm so glad that I'm still alive and I've been gone for such a long time from yellow river I remember the nights were cool I can still see the waterpool and I remember the girl that I knew from yellow river Yellow river yellow river it's in my mind and in my eyes yellow river yellow river it's in my blood it's the place I love Got no time for explanations got no time to lose tomorrow night you'll find me sleeping underneath the moon at yellow river Yellow river yellow river it's in my mind and in my eyes yellow river yellow river it's in my blood it's the place I love (Instrumental)
Yellow River by Jeff Christie with lyrics on screen.
The Yellow River, China's second largest river, carries billions of tonnes of sediment from the fertile Loess Plateau eastwards to the crop fields of the Chinese Heartland. Today, this raging river is responsible for half of China's wheat production. Great clip from BBC documentary series Wild China. Subscribe to the BBC Worldwide channel: http://bit.ly/yqBWhy BBC Worldwide Channel: http://www.youtube.com/BBCWorldwide Check out the Wild China playlist: http://bit.ly/yec3ou
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyza1A00AxA&feature=related Christie -британска група създадена 1969 в Лийдс от Джеф Кристи.Песента я написва за групата Tremeloes.Те я игнорират,но му помагат да я запише и издаде на сингъл май 1970 и тя заема първо място в британските класации и става световен хит.Разпадат се 1976 "Yellow River" is a popular song recorded by the British band Christie. Written by band leader Jeff Christie, the song was offered to The Tremeloes, who recorded it with the intention of releasing it as a single early in 1970. However, after the success of their then most recent single, "Call Me Number One", and after considering it too pop-orientated for their future direction, they decided to follow it up with another of their own compositions, "By The Way", which was only a minor Top 40 success. Producer Mike Smith therefore took their vocals off the recording and added those of Jeff Christie. Released on 23 April 1970, it became an international hit, reaching number one on the UK Singles Chart for one week in June 1970. In the US, it reached number 23 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. Dennis Kepler: Was Yellow River truly about a river in Vietnam??? Jeff Christie answers: Yellow River was a fictional place when I wrote it, but about nine years ago Scott Mackenzie told me it was the name of a transit camp for GI's waiting to be shipped out to Vietnam. I'd heard that the song was regarded as a Vietnam song in the States, perhaps this was one of the reasons why it was so huge out there. I remember buying the single sheet music for this song in the winter of 1970-71 since it was such a big hit. The picture on the outer leaf was of men (the band) dressed in American Civil War attire. That, and the lyrical content, was all I ever knew of the tune and so I (14 at the time) just assumed it was an American band singing about an American place during a historical American time. And now along comes this.. lol. Anyway, thank you for posting this documentary. Very interesting! FromMyEyesToYours http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyza1A00AxA&feature=related