The Hollies

The Strange Brew pays tribute to the timeless harmonies and songwriting talents of The Hollies through a choice selection of tracks written, covered and/or played by the Mancunian legends.

The Hollies

  1. The Hollies – Schoolgirl (The Hollies At Abbey Road 1966 To 1970, EMI, 1998 rec 1967)
  2. The Everly Brothers – Signs That Will Never Change (Two Yanks in England, Warner Brothers (US), 
  3. The Searchers – Have You Ever Loved Somebody (Single A-side, RCA, 1966)
  4. Paul and Barry Ryan – Pay You Back With Interest (Two Of A Kind, Decca, 1967)
  5. Mary McCarthy – You Know He Did (Single B-side to The Folk I Love, CBS, 1967)
  6. John Walker – Annabella (Single A-side, Philips, 1967)
  7. The Twilights – What’s Wrong With The Way I Live? (Single A-side, Columbia, 1967)
  8. Picadilly Line – Yellow Rainbow (Single A-side, CBS, 1968)
  9. The Blades of Grass – Charlie and Fred (Single A-side, Stateside, 1968)
  10. Terry Reid – Without Expression (Bang, Bang You’re Terry Reid, EPIC (US) 1968)
  11. Graham Gouldman – Bus Stop (The Graham Gouldman Thing, RCA (US), 1968)
  12. The Sorrows – Per Una Donna (Single A-side, Miura, 1968)
  13. The Hollies – Wings (No One’s Gonna Change Our World, Regal Starline, 1969)
  14. Graham Nash – King Midas In Reverse (4 Way Street Expanded, Atlantic, 1992 rec 1970)
  15. Elton John – Can’t Tell The Bottom From The Top (Chartbusters Go Pop! 20 Legendary Covers, Madacy, 1996 rec 1970)
  16. Allan Clarke – Would You Believe (Revisited) (Headroom, EMI, 1973)
  17. Albert Hammond – The Air That I Breathe (It Never Rains In Southern California, RCA, 1973)
  18. The Electric Stars – Jennifer Eccles (Re-Evolution: FdM Sings the Hollies, Fruits de Mer, 2013)
  19. Us and Them – Butterfly (Re-Evolution: FdM Sings the Hollies, Fruits de Mer, 2013)

This special Hollies show is timed to recognise the release of the fabulous new LP and 7 inch vinyl set “Fruits de Mer Re-Evolution: FdM Sings the Hollies”. This release presents 16 re-evolved Hollies interpretations through a hugely talented selection of artists:

One Comment for “The Hollies”

  1. 1Dan Eilenberg

    Jason, This was absolutely phenomenal. [The Hollies, 3/1/13.] Just listened on 12/12/14. Wish I had heard it a lot sooner. Do you want my comments here or on Facebook?

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