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 Independent label: An SRT custom pressing ,SRT catalogue number: SRT4 KS126. Yeah Jazz were an English rock band from Uttoxeter, Staffordshire formed in 1983. With a line-up of Kevin Hand (vocals), Mark "Chats" Chatfield (guitar), Stu Ballantyne (bass guitar), and Ian Hitchins (drums). Their debut releases was a cassette EP, Julie and the Sea Lions, in 1984, and over the next two years they developed a more folk-oriented sound, before their next release, "This Is Not Love" in 1986, which featured Frank Sweeney of The June Brides on violin. After a pair of further singles, yeah Jazz signed to Cherry Red Records, and added Terry Edwards for their debut single for the label, "Sharon", in 1987. This was followed in April 1988 by the band's debut album, Six Lane Ends. This was published only in LP and tape forms in the UK and on CD in Japan only with the bonus track "This is not love - Live". The group split up in 1989, but reformed in 1991. Distributed By.


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