TJR says

Released in November, “In The Hollies Style” was the second album for The Hollies in 1964. The R n B covers are a little ho-hum for me, but it's noticable that their own compositions are now in the majority and, indeed, account for the best tracks, “Come On Home” diggin' on a Lennon-esque Beatles screamer style to particularly good effect.

The Jukebox Rebel
09-Dec-2008

A1 [04:12] 5.1.png The Hollies - Nitty Gritty / Something’s Got A Hold On Me (Lincoln Chase - Etta James, Leroy Kirkland, Pearl Woods) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
A2 [01:58] 5.0.png The Hollies - Don’t You Know (Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks, Graham Nash) Pop
A3 [02:07] 4.7.png The Hollies - To You My Love (Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks, Graham Nash) Pop
A4 [02:14] 4.7.png The Hollies - It’s In Her Kiss (Rudy Clark) Pop
A5 [02:39] 5.1.png The Hollies - Time For Love (Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks, Graham Nash) Pop
A6 [02:38] 4.5.png The Hollies - What Kind Of Boy (DiFosco T. Ervin Jr.) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
B1 [02:28] 4.9.png The Hollies - Too Much Monkey Business (Charles Berry) Rock n Roll / Rockabilly
B2 [02:17] 4.5.png The Hollies - I Thought Of You Last Night (Ralph Freed) Pop Ballad
B3 [02:26] 5.5.png The Hollies - Please Don’t Feel Too Bad (Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks, Graham Nash) Pop
B4 [01:52] 6.6.png The Hollies - Come On Home (Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks, Graham Nash) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
B5 [02:01] 5.2.png The Hollies - You’ll Be Mine (Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks, Graham Nash) Pop
B6 [02:27] 5.3.png The Hollies - Set Me Free (Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks, Graham Nash) Rock n Roll / Rockabilly




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