Yellow Dog Yellow Dog was a British based rock band from the 1970s. Founded by the American songwriter, Kenny Young, who had previously been a founder member of Fox, the band enjoyed a solitary Top 10 hit in the UK Singles Chart in 1978 with “Just One More Night”. The single was written and produced by Young.
Their first, self-titled album, “Yellow Dog”, was produced by Kenny Young. Also with Gordon Smith (guitar), Phil Becque (bass), Pete Solley (keyboards), Jim Horn (horns), Johnny Van Derrick (violin), Glenn LeFleur (drums), Richard Bailey (drums). Herbie Armstrong (guitar, vocals), Kenny Young (guitar, vocals), Rod Demick (bass, vocals)
Yellow Dog – Yellow Dog (1977)
Genres: Rock Styles: Prog-Rock-Art Rock
1. Stood Up 3:00 2. Gypsy Soul 4:12 3. The Green Lizard 4:14 4. Flash Gordon 4:37 5. Yellow Dog 0:53 6. Indian Summer Rain 3:25 7. My Lady 4:05 8. City Bird 5:01 9. Nobody Got So Much Soul 3:20 10. For Whatever It’s Worth 3:27
+ four single sides as bonus 11. So Alive (bonus) 12. California Here I Don’t Come (bonus) 13. Little Gods (bonus) 14. Fat Johnny (bonus)