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Old 06-20-2013, 07:55 AM   #41 (permalink)
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^^Favorite Hollies song or album Sunboy??
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Originally Posted by Lord Grendel View Post
^^Favorite Hollies song or album Sunboy??
Tough one I love the early Hollies' songs like Bus stop etc, but my two best Hollies albums have got to be For Certain because, and Butterfly, however I could listen to the Hollies all day everyday
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Tough one I love the early Hollies' songs like Bus stop etc, but my two best Hollies albums have got to be For Certain because, and Butterfly, however I could listen to the Hollies all day everyday
I can't pick a favorite album, but my top Hollies song will always be this one.

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That's a great song, however from that time/band line up you can't beat "Gasoline Alley Bred"
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^^I have to respectfully disagree, that Hollies song was great for slow dancing at parties...

Great band though, think I'll play some Hollies later today.
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A thread bump for one of the 60s finest. I had this tune gong round In my head today, cant say I have heard it for many a year.......

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I really love this band. Here is one of my favorite songs.

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I really like this band. My favorite song of there's has to be "Look Through Any Window."
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Agreed !...

The harmonies are spot on..I love it ! Beautiful !
nice put dude...love the Hollies
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Ironically the Hollies two biggest hits in North America were He ain't Heavy and The Air that I Breathe. the reason I say this is because most of their songs were written within the group, but not these two. He ain't Heavy was originally done by Kelly Gordon and the Air that I Breathe by Albert Hammond then Phil Everly of the Everly Bros. It was after Phil Everly's effort that the Hollies tackled the song and it became a huge hit for them. Whether it became their signature song is up to debate. and by that I don't mean what we like as our fave but the one song that defines or is easlly identifiable with that group. the choices i have to chose from are Stop, Stop, Stop/ Carrie Ann/ He ain't Heavy/ The Air that I Breathe.
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