ORIGINALLY RELEASED: MONDAY 6TH SEPTEMBER 1999
Three tracks for 60s beat pop lovers everywhere. A version of "She’s no good for me" features in the film "Charlie Girl" on Beltaine Films, directed by Gavin Leary, starring Finty Williams, Trevor French and featuring Vals Basement and Yellowcayke. Yellowcayke was originally the tour van used by the Prisoners. Yellowcayke is now made up of Tony, Gwangie, Jay and Tetley. As part of the Stretham crew, the founder member of Yellowcayke has been on the Mod scene for more years than I’m sure he’ll admit to. Originally part of the Sealclubbers and founder member of Vals Basement, Yellowcayke made their debut following Tetley’s move back to his home town of Middlesbrough.
This limited edition 7" will see only 300 copies, complete with 60s style, hand numbered, company sleeve - so be quick and place your order now! You can catch Yellowcayke regularly gigging around Middlesbrough.