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Hollies Distant Light Review | Reviewer: AD-92129------ About the album Distant Light performed by Hollies
This is one of the bluest albums of all time! Unless you listen closely, the despair is easily hidden in the pop/rock music, because the lyrics are difficult to hear clearly. But, dear reader, once you grasp all the tracks, hear the story of the album, it should be quite easy to bring you to tears! I choose to listen to it on vinyl, as it was originally released, because that's how I memorized it in the 70s' when I first bought it. But nostalgia aside, in my opinion Distant light would make a musical stage play rivaling Tommy! I've had a stage play partially written for years, but alas, I have no connections or professional experience. But I often wonder why this gem has not been brought out of past obscurity. -- AD
ROMANY Hollies "Crosby Stills Nash & Young" album | Reviewer: TomasHakansson------ About the album Romany performed by Hollies
This is Hollies Crosby Stills Nash & Young album. The album is fantastic with only two original Hollies songs "Touch" (Mikael Rickfors) and "Blue In The Morning" (Lynch/Hicks). The album starts with a brilliant version of Lesley/Day's "Won't You Feel Good That Morning" and with the Swede Rickfors behind the microphone it rocks like hell. On the new CD realese you find a version of the song "Witchy Woman", later a big hit with Eagles. To make a long story short, by the album and you will be suprised that Hollies could do a "american sound" album with a Swedish singer, odd but true.
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