CHRISTIE'S NEW ALBUM
(songs from the 70s remastered)
Available NOW from all good
online stores or via Angel
And even more Russian cover versions: here
October 27, 2013:
Thanks to devoted Christie fan Helene, we have discovered
more cover versions of Yellow River. We'll be uploading
them over the next few weeks. The first three are here:
Brandenburg Orkestra, Jean
Chirac and Runa!
|October 20, 2013:
always happy to include cover versions of Jeff's songs. Here's
another one, released by Portuguese satirist king
Quim Barreiros. If you know of any cover versions not included
on this site, let us know.
And here's a single from the early days
a fan got autographed by the boys!
September 26, 2013:
It's always a delight to reproduce old articles on Christie
from the early years. Here's a spotlight on Jeff that
Diana magazine, 1971.
July 20, 2013:
Read this fascinating
article from Polish magazine Panorama, as it
previewed Christie's historic appearance at the Sopot festival!
|July 12, 2013
June 23, 2013:
It was recently discovered that 60s hit band The Searchers,
who indeed have toured with Christie on many occasions,
recorded a demo of Jeff's song The
Great Train Robbery! You can hear a
sample here, as well as a groovy piece from Miguel
Evening Post interviewed Jeff before the group's
gig at JFest, and the Jewish
Telegraph gave the show a rave review!
Christie closed JFest 2013 at the Carriageworks in Leeds to
a standing ovation. You
can see pictures here. It's the first time they've
played in Jeff's hometown since the early 70s.
Hope you've been keeping track of Jeff's Japanese magazine
interviews! They're some of the most extensive and revealing
he's done. The final instalment of Jeff's marathon article
can be read
Christie rocketed to fame in just about every country in Europe
with Yellow River. The song even
infiltrated the airwaves of the Iron Curtain countries. Here's
an article that was first printed in Czech
music magazine Melodie, back in 1971!
April 6, 2013:
Jeff was featured on Radio BBC Leeds' One On One show with
Martin Kelner. You can listen
to the show here, but be quick .. the broadcast
is available only for the next six days.
A great show at Amersham! Thanks to all who attended and who
caught up with Jeff, who played there with Paper Lace and