[<< wikipedia] Jackie's Racing
"Jackie's Racing" is a song by Scottish rock band Whiteout, released in 1995 (see 1995 in music). It was the band's fourth single, released shortly before their first album, Bite It, on which the song is featured also. The B-sides "Cousin Jane" and "So Confused" reappeared on the Japanese EP Young Tribe Rule later the same year. Music journalist M.C. Strong writes that "Jackie's Racing" was the band's "... most successful release, displaying a healthy affection for 60's West Coast pop a la Lovin' Spoonful and The Mamas & the Papas." Strong also mentions that the B-Side "So Confused" "... [brings] to mind the harmonies of American Beauty-era Grateful Dead."


== Track listing ==
CD and 12" vinyl:

"Jackie's Racing" – 3:21
"Cousin Jane" – 4:08
"So Confused" – 4:587" vinyl and cassette:

"Jackie's Racing" – 3:21
"Cousin Jane" – 4:08All songs written by Carroll/Lindsay/Smith/Jones


== Personnel ==
Andrew Caldwell – vocals
Eric Lindsay – guitar, backing vocals
Paul Carroll – bass, backing vocals
Stuart Smith – drumsAdditional personnel

Phil Kane – Hammond organ, piano


== Production ==
Production: Oransay Avenue and Kenny Paterson (track 1)
Production: Oransay Avenue and Sarah Bedingham (track 2)
Production: Oransay Avenue and Brian O'Shaughnessy (track 3)
Mix: Brian O'Shaughnessy
Assistant engineer: Alex Jones
Cover design: George Miller
Photography: Elaine Constantine


== Chart positions ==


== References ==