THE HOLLIES

 


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THE HOLLIES
Bus stop
Stop stop stop

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THE HOLLIES
Dear Eloise
Step inside

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THE HOLLIES
On a carousel
All the world is love

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THE HOLLIES
Carrie Anne
Sings that will never change

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THE HOLLIES
King Midas in reverse
Everything is sunshine

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THE HOLLIES
Jennifer Eccles
Open up your mind

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THE HOLLIES
Listen to me
Do the best you can

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THE HOLLIES
Sorry Suzanne
Not that way at all
 
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THE HOLLIES
He ain't heavy... he's my brother
'Cos you like to love me

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THE HOLLIES
Goodbye tomorrow
I'll be your baby tonight

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THE HOLLIES
Hey Willy
Row the boat together

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THE HOLLIES
Long cool woman in a black dress
Cable car

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THE HOLLIES
Blowin' in the wind
Wheels on fire

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THE HOLLIES
Man without a heart
Survival of the fittest

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THE HOLLIES
The baby
Oh granny

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The day that Curly Billy shot down crazy Sam Mc Gee
Born a man

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THE HOLLIES
The air that i breathe
No more riders

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THE HOLLIES
The air that i breathe
No more riders

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Son of a rotten gambler
Layin' to the music

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THE HOLLIES
Falling calling
Time machine jive

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THE HOLLIES
Sandy
Second hand hang-ups
   
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THE HOLLIES
Holliedaze (a medley)
Holliepops (a medley)


 


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THE BEST OF THE HOLLIES

Side 1:  The air that i breathe - 4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy) - Falling calling - Write on - The baby - Love is the thing - Son of a rotten gambler

Side 2: The day that Curly Billy shot down Crazy Sam McGee - I'm down - Boulder  to Birmingham - Magic woman touch - Narida - Star - Lonely hobo lullaby


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THE HOLLIES - BUDDY HOLLY

Side 1: Peggy Sue - Wishing - Loves made a fool of you - Take your time - Heartbeat - Tell me how - Think it over - Maybe baby

Side 2: Midnight shift - I'm gonna love you too - Peggy Sue got married - What to do - That'll be the day - It doesn't matter anymore - Everyday - Reprise


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THE HISTORY OF THE HOLLIES - 24 GENUINE TOP THIRTY HITS

Side 1: (Ain't that) just like me - Searchin' - Stay - Just one look - Here i go again - We're through

Side 2: Yes i will - I'm alive - Look through any window - If i needed someone - I can't let go - Bus stop

Side 3: Stop stop stop - On a carousel - Carrie Anne - King Midas in reverse - Jennifer Eccles - Listen to me

Side 4: Sorry Suzanne - He ain't heavy, he's my brother - I can't tell the bottom from the top - Gasoline alley bred - Hey Willie - Long cool woman (in a black dress)


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THE STORY OF THE HOLLIES

Side 1: Long cool woman - Carrie-Anne - King Midas in reverse - The day that Curly Billy shot down crazy Sam McGee - I'm down - I can't tell the bottom from the top

Side 2: Write on - Lucy - He ain't heavy, he's my brother - Star - Hey Willy - On a carousel

Side 3: Sorry Suzanne - The air that i breathe - Listen to me - Jennifer Eccles - Too young to be married - Blowing in the wind

Side 4: Sandy (4th of july, Asbury park) - Lonely hobo lullaby - I'll be your baby tonight - Long dark road - Daddy don't mind - Blouder to Birmingham


THE HOLLIES (ARTIST BIOGRAPHY)

The Hollies are a well-respected British beat and rock and roll band, formed in the early 60s. Initially they had a squeaky-clean image and were famous for their rich vocal harmonies, rivalling those of The Beach Boys. Between 1964 and 1969, only two Hollies songs failed to reach the UK Top 10. Their most famous member was Graham Nash, who left in 1968 to form the super group Crosby, Stills and Nash. Two of the core members, drummer Bobby Elliott and lead guitarist Tony Hicks, still perform with The Hollies into the new millenium.

Frequent releases during the mid-60s included many cover versions of popular songs, as well as a few group-penned hits and many songs written especially for them by professional songwriters.

Formed 1962 Lancashire England. By 1965 The Hollies were established as one of Britainís pre-eminent singles bands. As part of the British Invasion, they enjoyed huge chart success in many countries in the mid-Sixties, releasing a string of classic harmony-pop hits including Bus Stop Iím Alive, a UK No. 1, I Canít Let Go, Stop Stop Stop, Carrie Anne, On A Carousel, Look Through Any Window, and Jennifer Eccles.

In 1972, the hit Long cool woman in a black dress reached #2 in the US. Their last mega hit was He Ainít Heavy, Heís My Brother, hitting #1 in the UK in 1988 (albeit 19 years after its first release).

The band are noted for their longevity, with their 2006 tour chalking up 45 years. Despite numerous changes in line-up, Tony Hicks & Bobby Elliott have been with the band almost from its inception.

The legendary, former lead singer Allan Clarke has now left The Hollies (but still very much active in the music scene) was replaced with Carl Wayne, ex lead singer of The Move. The sad news is Carl Wayne has now passed away to that great stage in the sky, God is a lucky guy, he will be entertained greatly. Carl is now replaced by Peter Howarth. Despite the line-up changes throughout the years, the Hollies have always managed to put out great music with the trademark Hollies three part harmony. One of the best and most successful bands from their birth professionally in 1963 to the present day. They are celebrating , this year, their 44th Anniversary of still charming audiences all over the world. Also in todayís line up is, Ian Parker on keyboards, Ray Stiles (Ex Mud, remember ĎTiger Feetí) on bass guitar and last but not least, long term Alan Coates on guitar and vocals has now been replaced by Steve Lauri.

 

               

 

 

 

 

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