Category: Jazz

Would You Believe - The Hollies - Butterfly (CD, Album)

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  1. Fenrigor says:
    "Butterfly" by the HOLLIES is one such studio release, especially if youre into Psychedelica from the late 60s. This cd has both mono and stereo versions and is packed with wonderfull HOLLIES matierial, as well as some familiar "Hits""Dear Eloise".
  2. Nazahn says:
    May 05,  · It came out very early in the CD era, the first Hollies collection, I believe. It's sort of a greatest hits set, with the earliest tracks being Stop Stop Stop, Bus Stop (both live) and On a Carousel. But it's also got some off the wall stuff, like a live Blowin in the Wind and Write On, as well as a studio version of Soldier's Song.
  3. Arak says:
    "Butterfly" is often regarded the strongest album by the Hollies. Released in it was to be last to feature high-pitch vocalist Graham Nash, who left in late to join David Crosby and Steve Stills. Sadly the Hollies were never quite the same after his departure - they did record some fine album later, but some of the magic somehow had gone/5(7).
  4. Tojami says:
    unelnisandownveratitiwafffedo.coinfo(_album) Side 1 1. "Falling Calling" (Allan Clarke, Terry Sylvester) 2. "It's a Shame, It's a Game" (Tony Hicks, Co.
  5. Bragami says:
    Oct 28,  · Here is a recent thread that discusses Butterfly: My Collection - Butterfly / The Hollies I have the US version on CD: Dear Eloise / King Midas in Reverse CD with bonus tracks. My favorite non-single tracks are Postcard and Would You unelnisandownveratitiwafffedo.coinfos is probably my least favorite Hollies song -twee beyond redemption.
  6. Gardalabar says:
    Oct 28,  · Would You Believe (for some reason) was not issued on CD by BGO. Narrow as it is "Hollies" is still the stereo mix on the BGO CD and a far cry from the mono mix Also the stereo mix of "Butterfly" on the BGO CD is the original stereo mix just as I have on my Parlophone stereo LP.
  7. Tajora says:
    Album · · 24 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free.
  8. Ker says:
    "Butterfly" is often regarded the strongest album by the Hollies. Released in it was to be last to feature high-pitch vocalist Graham Nash, who left in late to join David Crosby and Steve Stills/5(27).
  9. Dugis says:
    2 original LP's on a single CD of their & releases. "Hollies" features some original songs and a few covers including "Lawdy Miss Clawdy", "You Must Believe in Me" and "Down the Line". "Would You Believe" features the number two single "I Can't Let Go" as well as "Sweet Little Sixteen", "I Am a Rock" and "Take Your Time". EMI. /5(13).

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