There's more than just one band with the same name Yellow.
1. Yellow were a Japanese experimental rock group founded in 1971 by Taisuke Morishita. The group played their first gig at Aquirax Aida's Jiyu Kukan festival in Niigata in April 1972. Following a hitchhiking trip to California in 1974, Morshita decides to change the group's name to Be.
Members: Hiroshi Imaizumi, Hiroyuki Takahashi, Taisuke Morishita (from Wikipedia)
Yellow had no released output while they were active. Some live recordings appeared several years later, in Dead Flower's "Underground Tracks 70’s" compilation.
2. English heavy psych band that had a single out on CBS in the late 60s and went on to enjoy other releases. They regrouped after two splits and laid down some demos at Impulse studios in Newcastle and then at Multicord studios in Sunderland in 1971. A quickly formed Abreaction record label released "The Hobo song" alongside "Daylight Child" by LUCAS TYSON.
3. A Finnish rock band.
4. Yellow is also a rock band from Georgia, glumenbaxis Tavqve,
5. Rock from Canada. in 2003 they recorded their debut EP "the heat'll be in the grooves, right?" with Charles Austin, at Ultramagnetic Studios in Halifax NS. the final lineup of the band consisted of four members; alicia penney, lachie macdonald, glenn barrington, and zach maclean.
6. Yello is a Swiss electronica band consisting of Dieter Meier and Boris Blank. They are probably best known for their singles "The Race" and "Oh Yeah", which feature a mix of electronic music and manipulated vocals, as does most of their music. The band was originally formed by Boris Blank (keyboards, sampling, percussion, backing vocals) and Carlos Perón (tapes) in the late 1970s. Dieter Meier (vocals, lyrics), a millionaire industrialist and gambler, was brought in when the two founders realized that they needed a singer. The new band name, Yello, was chosen as a pun based on a statement made by Dieter Meier, "a yelled Hello" .Meier and Blank's first release was the 1979 single "I.T. Splash". The LP Solid Pleasure, featuring the hit dance single "Bostich", was released in November 1980. In 1983, Yello received substantial media attention with the release of "I Love You" and "Lost Again". Perón left the band in 1983 to start a solo career. With their 1983 album You Gotta Say Yes to Another Excess, the band began a working relationship with Ernst Gamper, whose "corner cut" logo would represent them for three albums, and who would design covers for the group beyond the demise of this logo. In 2005, Yello re-released their early albums Solid Pleasure, Claro Que Si, You Gotta Say Yes to Another Excess, Stella, One Second, and Flag, all with rare bonus tracks, as part of the Yello Remaster Series. A documentary on Yello, Electro Pop made in Switzerland, directed by Anka Schmid, was premiered at the Riff Raff cinema in Zürich in September 2005. Yello was commissioned to produce music for the launch of the Audi A5 at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2007 and for the Audi A5 commercial in May 2007. Yello's sound is mainly characterized by unusual music samples, a heavy reliance on rhythm and Dieter Meier's dark voice. Boris Blank has taken a couple of vocal turns; on "Swing" (from You Gotta Say Yes to Another Excess) and "Blazing Saddles" (from Flag), and guest vocalists have included Rush Winters (the first female diva to be featured on a Yello recording), Billy MacKenzie, Stina Nordenstam, Jade Davies and Shirley Bassey. The group has shared writing credit with MacKenzie and Winters. Yello rarely uses samples from previously released music; nearly every instrument has been sampled and engineered by Boris Blank, who over the years has built up an original sample library of over 100,000 named and categorized sounds. The music is composed by Boris Blank, who considers himself a perfectionist. When the tracks are mostly finished, Dieter Meier adds the vocal parts when fitting. Yello's music has been popular in the TV, advertisement and movie industries.