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The Hollies' Greatest Hits

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Album Review

This compilation, whose release was sparked by the 1972 success of "Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress," the Hollies' most successful American single, contains 12 of their 14 biggest U.S. hits, 1964-1972, missing only "Jennifer Eccles" and "I Can't Let Go," for which it substitutes the slightly lower-charting, but perhaps more familiar "Dear Eloise" and "King Midas in Reverse." As such, it is very nearly as good a one-LP hits collection as there could be for the U.S. market at this time. [The 2002 reissue features one extra song: "Air That I Breathe."]

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The Hollies

Excellente musique des années 1970, c'est un must pour votre bibliotheque.

Top notch

Timeless music that anyone could love. It will alwaysake anybody think of their youth.

Absolutely GREAT music

How can anyone who loves music not add these songs to their collection? This is timeless music that doesn't blow your eardrums out or require arm waving and screaming to enjoy. This is grand entertainment.
Dancy

Biography

Formed: 1962 in Manchester, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

When the Hollies — one of the best and most commercially successful pop/rock acts of the British Invasion — began recording in 1963, they relied heavily upon the R&B/early rock & roll covers that provided the staple diet for countless British bands of the time. They quickly developed a more distinctive style featuring three-part harmonies (heavily influenced by the Everly Brothers), ringing guitars, and hook-happy material, penned by both outside writers (especially future 10cc...
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