|Road To Nowhere - A-side Label (First Pressing)||Road To Nowhere - B-side Label|
|Road To Nowhere - Notice the Band Name Change !||Road To Nowhere - B-side Label|
|The Beatles Contribution:||None|
|Catalogue No.||APPLE 6|
|Release Date||24th January 1969|
|U.K. Singles Chart Detail :||Did NOT Chart|
The band were created by Ian Crawford Clews (vocals), Neil McCormick (guitar), Colin Hunter Morrison (guitar), Ronnie Leahy (organ) and
Timmy Donald (b. Angus Donald, drums) who were originally known as the Pathfinders. They became one of Glasgow's most exciting and
popular groups. Former Poets guitarist Fraser Watson replaced McCormick in 1967 and the following year the band was signed to Apple.
They were given the name White Trash by Richard DiLello, the Apple liaison officer who wrote a book about his times at the label called
The Longest Cocktail Party. DiLello also penned all the biographies for the label's artists.
This debut single Road To Nowhere, which was produced by ex-Shadows' drummer Tony Meehan, had been a staple part of the Pathfinders live set.
Sadly this 45 never got promoted, but is a good example of British psychedelia of the late 60's.
To see where this single release sits in the apple releases, see the Apple Records Single Listing.