She Trinity

She Trinity

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The She Trinity, a Canadian band, were formed by Robyn Yorke, Shelley Gillespie and Sue Kirby around 1965, when they moved to the UK. On Columbia, in 1966, they released "He Fought The Law" b/w "The Union Station Blues," "Have I Sinned b/w "Wild Flower," "Wild Flower" b/w "The Man Who Took The Valise Off The Floor Of Grand Central Station At Noon," and "Yellow Submarine" b/w "Promise Me You'll Never Cry." They released "Across The Street" b/w "Over And Over Again" on CBS in 1967. Their final single, "Hair" b/w "Climb That Tree" was a split single with The Onyx released on President in 1969. Over the course of their existence there were several membership changes and their final line-up was Eileen Woodman, Robyn Yorke, Pauline Moran and Inger Jonnsson.
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She Trinity Discography Tracks

Singles & EPs

She Trinity He Fought The Law (Single) Columbia UK 1966 Sell This Version
She Trinity The Man Who Took The Valise Off The Floor Of Grand Central Station At Noon (Single) Columbia UK 1966 Sell This Version
DB 7943 She Trinity Have I Sinned(7", Single, Promo) Columbia DB 7943 UK 1966 Sell This Version
DB 7992 She Trinity Yellow Submarine(7", Single, Mono) Columbia DB 7992 UK 1966 Sell This Version
2819 She Trinity Across The Street(7", Single) CBS 2819 UK 1967 Sell This Version
She Trinity Hair President Records UK 1970 Sell This Version