Posts Tagged ‘The Hollies’

I Can’t Let Go

July 15, 2017

“I Can’t Let Go,” written by Al Gorgoni and Chip Taylor (and originally recorded by Evie Sands in 1965), performed by The Hollies on Radio Bremen TV’s “Beat Club” in 1966.

The Hollies website.

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Very Last Day

May 7, 2017

“Very Last Day,” apocalyptic pop from The Hollies on Radio Bremen TV’s “Beat Club,” 1966. Written by Peter Yarrow and Noel Stookey, who recorded it with Mary Travers as Peter, Paul & Mary in 1963. Visions of fire and brimstone from the Atomic Age.

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Bus Stop

March 6, 2016

“Bus Stop,” written by Graham Gouldman and recorded by The Hollies on May 18, 1966 at Abbey Road Studio, London. The opening lines of the lyrics were written by the songwriter’s father, poet and playwright Hyman R. Gouldman.

The record was the group’s first Top Ten hit in the USA. The Hollies at the time were Allan Clarke (lead vocals), Bobby Elliott (drums), Graham Nash (guitar, vocals), Bernie Calvert (bass), and Tony Hicks (guitar, vocals).

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