Category: Rock

Dear Eloise - The Hollies - Butterfly (CD, Album)

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  1. Shashakar says:
    Dear Eloise This song is by The Hollies and appears on the album Butterfly () on the album All-Time Greatest Hits () on the album Epic Anthology () on the compilation album 30th Anniversary Collection: () on the compilation album Special Collection () on the album The Hollies at Abbey Road to () on the album Greatest Hits () on the album .
  2. Dolrajas says:
    In Canada the single "Dear Eloise" reached No. The mono single and stereo CD versions of "Try It" differ greatly in terms of sound effects and vocals. In , Parlophone reissued Butterfly with new cover art, and again in Almost all current CD issues of this album contain the original cover art.
  3. Aragar says:
    Download Butterfly by The Hollies in high-resolution audio at unelnisandownveratitiwafffedo.coinfo Dear Eloise (Mono) The Hollies. Away Away Away (Mono) The Hollies. Maker (Mono) The Hollies. When you listen to music on a CD or tracks purchased via consumer services such as iTunes, you are hearing a low-resolution.
  4. Maulmaran says:
    Dear Eloise / King Midas in Reverse by The Hollies - CD () for $ from unelnisandownveratitiwafffedo.coinfo Pop / Rock - Order by Phone /5(9).
  5. Yozshukasa says:
    Dear Eloise / King Midas in Reverse is the seventh U.S. studio album by the British pop band the Hollies, released in November "King Midas in Reverse" and "Leave Me" (saved from the UK Evolution track line-up) were slotted onto the album while deleting "Pegasus", "Try It", and "Elevated Observations" from the UK Butterfly track listing. It was the Hollies' last album to feature Graham.
  6. Kajishakar says:
    This is so far away the best Hollies album, even if it is the Butterfly album plus. The psych is out there enough on Maker, King Midas and Try It to convince, the whimsical tracks, especially Pegasus, are charming and the update of the traditional Hollies sound on the more driving tracks like Dear Eloise and the ballad Would You Believe is Reviews:
  7. Gujas says:
    Oct 23,  · Thanks to all responders to my inquiry about this CD. Guess it's time to remove the shrink wrap and enjoy "Dear Eloise" in TRUE MONO. I noticed on the new Hollies "Look Through Any Window" DVD that the stereo version of "Dear Eloise" has a slightly longer (or originally issued) slow-down pre-fade before Graham re-sings the opening refrain at.
  8. Bragore says:
    Dear Eloise / King Midas in Reverse is the seventh U.S. studio album by the British pop band the Hollies, released in November "King Midas in Reverse" and "Leave Me" were slotted onto the album while deleting "Pegasus", "Try It", and "Elevated Observations" from the UK Butterfly track listing.
  9. Shaktiramar says:
    Reissues. In , Parlophone reissued Butterfly with new cover art, and again in [2] Almost all current CD issues of this album contain the original cover art. The U.S. CD reissue of Dear Eloise/King Midas In Reverse by Sundazed presents the original UK Butterfly track lineup with "King Midas In Reverse", "Leave Me" and "Do The Best You Can" added to the tracklisting.

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