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April 18, 2019
℗ 2019 G records
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Stop! Stop! Stop!
I can't let go
Look throug any window
Too much monkey business
A taste of honey
Pay you back with interest
Very last day
April 18, 2019
℗ 2019 G records
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Another Night is an album by English rock/pop band, the Hollies. It is the band's second album with returning vocalist Allan Clarke who rejoined in 1974 for the album Hollies, after leaving for a solo career in 1972. The album is made up of original material, with the exception of "4th of July, Asbury Park" by the relatively unknown Bruce Springsteen.
Hollies is a 1974 album by the English pop rock group the Hollies, marking the return of Allan Clarke after he had left for a solo career. It features the band's cover of Albert Hammond's ballad "The Air That I Breathe," a major worldwide hit that year.
Romany is an album by the Hollies, the first not to feature their lead singer Allan Clarke, who had left to embark on a solo career. He was replaced by Swedish singer Mikael Rickfors. In the opinion of contemporary and retrospective critics this moved the band further away from the original vocal harmony style of Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks and Graham Nash.
The album only features two songwriting contributions from band members: one song was co-written by Tony Hicks, who had been credited as a co-writer on a significant proportion of the bands material since their second album; and another was written by new member Mikael Rickfors. Previous albums, with the exception of Hollies Sing Dylan and the band's debut album, had much more original material.
The US Epic Records version of the album, which reached number 84 on the Billboard 200, omitted the track "Lizzy and the Rainman", and has a slightly altered side one track order. The album failed to chart in the UK. The cover of Romany is a rendering of the summer location depicted on Distant Light as a winter scene.
Distant Light is a 1971 album released by the Hollies, the last UK album by the band to feature lead vocalist and founding member Allan Clarke and reputably the first album to come out of AIR Studios. The album spawned two hit singles: the Allan Clarke penned "Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress", which peaked at number two in the US and number 31 in the UK; and the Tony Hicks penned "Long Dark Road", which reached number 26 in the US. The US released version of the album peaked at number 21 in the album charts. The summer scene on the cover is rendered as a winter scene on the next Hollies album Romany.
Confessions Of The Mind
Confessions of the Mind is the tenth studio album by The Hollies. It was released in the United States as Moving Finger, with a different track sequence, the tracks "Separated" and "I Wanna Shout" omitted and replaced with the Clarke/Sylvester penned "Marigold: Gloria Swansong" saved from the previous album and "Gasoline Alley Bred". In Germany, it was released as The Hollies Move On. The UK version peaked at UK #30. The US version peaked at US #183.
The album title reads Confessions of the Mind, while the title track is called "Confessions of a Mind".
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