Hailing from Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, Britain, and shaped in 1986 by Kevin Mind (b. 11 Apr 1964, Staffordshire, Britain; vocals) and Chats (b. Tag Chatfield, 1 Apr 1962, Staffordshire, Britain; electric guitar), Yeah Jazz were finished by Stuart Ballantyne (bass) and Ian Hitchens (drums). Their try to fuse pop and folk while chronicling the sagas of everyday lifestyle in a western world Midlands rural city gained an unbiased Top 30 strike in 1986 with ‘This ISN’T Appreciate’. The addition of previous Higsons saxophonist and guitarist Terry Edwards towards the line-up as well as the transfer towards the Cherry Crimson label strengthened the music group’s sound. Edwards also lent his creation talents towards the initial Yeah Jazz record. Despite encouraging testimonials and positive viewers response, their fortunes got a downward switch. Freeing themselves off their Cherry Crimson contract, the music group resurfaced in 1991, focusing on the western world Midlands circuit using the guarantee of recording once again soon. That guarantee materialized in June 1993 if they signed to Local Information and released Apr. In 1996 the music group transformed their name to Big Crimson Kite, and released Brief Tales through German label Scout Information. Mind and Chats had been became a member of by Dave Blant (bass, keyboards, accordion), Freddy Hopwood (percussion) and Lee Beddow (keyboards, acoustic guitar).