“Romany” by The Hollies - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1972Album Chart of the Decade: 1970s

TJR says

Their 70s decline reaches a new low on this limp affair, their first without lead singer Allan Clarke who was off in pursuit of some of that solo Graham Nash success. Taking his place was Swedish singer Mikael Rickfors, whom they had met whilst touring Sweden five years earlier. Their sound is very American these days, very well produced and all, but very much a Crosby, Stills & Nash derivative. Not for me.

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A1 [03:25] 2.0.png The Hollies - Won’t We Feel Good That Morning (Seymour Gottlieb, Herbert Weiner, John Gluck Jr.) Rock
A2 [05:13] 1.9.png The Hollies - Touch (Mikael Rickfors) Soft Rock / A.O.R.
A3 [03:45] 1.6.png The Hollies - Words Don’t Come Easy (Colin Jennings) Songwriter
A4 [03:19] 1.8.png The Hollies - Magic Woman Touch (Colin Jennings, Garth Watt-Roy) Pop
A5 [03:22] 2.1.png The Hollies - Lizzy And The Rainman (Larry Hensley, Kenny O’Dell) Soft Rock / A.O.R.
A6 [04:06] 0.7.png The Hollies - Down River (David Ackles) Soft Rock / A.O.R.
B1 [02:54] 2.5.png The Hollies - Slow Down (Seymour Gottlieb, Herbert Weiner, John Gluck Jr.) Rock
B2 [03:08] 2.2.png The Hollies - Delaware Taggett And The Outlaw Boys (Colin Jennings) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B3 [03:48] 1.2.png The Hollies - Jesus Was A Cross Maker (Judee Sill) Soft Rock / A.O.R.
B4 [05:20] 1.5.png The Hollies - Romany (Colin Jennings) Songwriter
B5 [03:18] 3.1.png The Hollies - Blue In The Morning (Tony Hicks, Kenny Lynch) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B6 [03:33] 1.6.png The Hollies - Courage Of Your Convictions (Randy Cullers, Alan Rush) Rock

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