“Hollies Sing Hollies” by The Hollies - album review

TJR says

Arriving in November was the second LP of the year from the latest Hollies 5-piece. By way of complete contrast to their release of six months previously, the album was full of Hollies originals, the title serving as a great big underline to the critics who had raised eyebrows at the preceding Dylan covers concept album. Allan Clarke's “Soldiers Dilemma” is concerned with the plight being faced by American youths of the day, compulsory conscription being at the forefront of the news as the Vietnam War rumbles on: “Even after I've protested, Seems I don't have any choice, You put a gun in my hand now, You say I'm fighting for peace.” Perhaps they should have done more of this sort of thing - it's not a bad way to be finishing the decade.

The Jukebox Rebel
13-Dec-2008

A1 [03:30] 4.1.png The Hollies - Why Didn’t You Believe? (Allan Clarke, Terry Sylvester) Pop
A2 [02:12] 4.3.png The Hollies - Don’t Give Up Easily (Tony Hicks) Pop
A3 [02:26] 4.2.png The Hollies - Look At Life (Allan Clarke, Terry Sylvester) Songwriter
A4 [03:39] 3.8.png The Hollies - Please Sign Your Letters (Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks, Terry Sylvester) Country
A5 [03:15] 4.4.png The Hollies - My Life Is Over With You (Allan Clarke) Cerebral Pop
A6 [03:10] 3.9.png The Hollies - Please Let Me Please (Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks) Pop
B1 [03:35] 3.4.png The Hollies - Do You Believe In Love (Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks, Terry Sylvester) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B2 [02:51] 6.0.png The Hollies - Soldiers Dilemma (Allan Clarke) Folk Rock / Americana
B3 [05:25] 4.9.png The Hollies - Marigold / Gloria Swansong (Allan Clarke - Allan Clarke, Terry Sylvester) Folk
B4 [02:46] 4.3.png The Hollies - You Love ‘Cos You Like It (Allan Clarke, Terry Sylvester) Cerebral Pop
B5 [02:25] 3.4.png The Hollies - Reflections Of A Long Time Past (Bernard Calvert) Contemporary Classical
B6 [03:44] 5.1.png The Hollies - Goodbye Tomorrow (Allan Clarke) Cerebral Pop




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