“Butterfly” by The Hollies - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1967Album Chart of the Decade: 1960s

TJR says

Regarded by some as more of a Graham Nash-led project, the second Hollies album of 1967 struggles to win my affection, the Kinks-esque class of “Dear Eloise” aside.

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A1 [03:05] 6.7.png The Hollies - Dear Eloise (Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks, Graham Nash) Pop
A2 [02:17] 4.2.png The Hollies - Away Away Away (Graham Nash) Pop
A3 [02:53] 5.0.png The Hollies - Maker (Graham Nash) Psychedelia
A4 [02:37] 4.0.png The Hollies - Pegasus (Tony Hicks) Psychedelia
A5 [04:24] 3.9.png The Hollies - Would You Believe? (Allan Clarke) Cerebral Pop
A6 [02:02] 3.7.png The Hollies - Wishyouawish (Allan Clarke, Graham Nash) Pop
B1 [02:17] 4.5.png The Hollies - Postcard (Graham Nash) Pop
B2 [02:55] 4.7.png The Hollies - Charlie And Fred (Allan Clarke, Graham Nash) Pop
B3 [03:10] 4.8.png The Hollies - Try It (Allan Clarke, Graham Nash) Psychedelia
B4 [02:32] 4.2.png The Hollies - Elevated Observations? (Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks, Graham Nash) Psychedelia
B5 [03:09] 5.3.png The Hollies - Step Inside (Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks, Graham Nash) Pop
B6 [02:45] 4.3.png The Hollies - Butterfly (Graham Nash) Folk

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