Bus Stop is the fourth . album by the British pop band the Hollies, released on Imperial Records in mono (LP-9330) and rechanneled stereo (LP-12330) in October 1966. It features songs ranging from both sides of the band's then-current hit single to material recorded in the Hollies' early days on the UK's Parlophone Records in 1963, 1964 and 1965. The song "Oriental Sadness" had previously been issued in the . on the Hollies' album Beat Group! earlier in 1966.
The discography of Manchester pop rock group the Hollies consists of 21 studio albums, 24 compilation albums, 2 tribute/covers albums, 7 extended plays, and 67 singles. Since ghe Hollies released their first single on 17 May 1963, the group has had 30 charting singles on the UK Singles Chart, 21 on the Billboard Hot 100, 21 on RPM magazine's singles chart, 25 on Germany's singles chart, and 11 on the VG-lista singles chart
Looking Back is the seventh album released by John Mayall in August 1969 by Decca Records. The album features songs by both John Mayall's Bluesbreakers and John Mayall solo work. The album reached No. 79 on the Billboard 200. Confusingly, there are two different albums with the title "Looking Back": a Decca UK release as a single album (SKL 5010) and a Decca Germany (issued by TELDEC) release as a double album (DS 3104/1-2). Later issues on CD would use the Deram label.
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 (Sandy)" by the (at the time) relatively unknown Bruce Springsteen. All songs composed by Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks and Terry Sylvester except where noted. Another Night" – 3:57.
The Hollies Greatest Hits is a compilation of singles by the Hollies, released on Epic Records in April 1973. It includes hit singles by the group on both the Epic and Imperial labels over a time span of 1965 to 1972.
After the Everly Brothers album, the Hollies stopped publishing original songs under a pseudonym, and from this point until Nash's last single with the Hollies in 1968, all of their single A-sides were original compositions, except the final Nash era single 'Listen To Me' (1968) which was written by Tony Hazzard. Stop!, it reached N. 1 there and spawned a US release-only single, "Pay You Back with Interest", which was a modest hit, peaking at N. 8. Another track, "Tell Me to My Face", was a moderate hit by Mercury artist Keith, and would also be covered a decade later by Dan Fogelberg and Tim Weisberg on their Twin Sons of Different Mothers album.
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The rest of the material naturally pales in comparison, but 1974's Hollies delivers likable-enough smiley face rock with the quintet's lilting trademark harmonies throughout. Of course, silly star fables like "Out on the Road" can't measure up to past glories. Same goes for the morally ambiguous, similarly titled openers. Luckily, the album maintains the Brits' peculiar pent-up energy, even in countrified hootenannies like "Rubber Lucy" (surprisingly not a companion to Roxy Music's blow-up doll ode)
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Written-By – Allan Clarke, Terry Sylvester, Tony Hicks
Written-By – Stephens*, Macaulay*
|A3||The Air That I Breathe
Written-By – Hammond/Hazlewood*
|A4||Magic Woman Touch
Written-By – Clarke/Nash/Hicks*
|B1||I Can't Tell The Bottom From The Top
Written-By – Fletcher & Flett
|B2||Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress
Written-By – Clarke*, Cook*
Written-By – Springsteen*
Written-By – Nash/Clarke/Hicks*
- Vocals – Allan Clarke
- Vocals, Guitar – Terry Silvester*, Tony Hicks