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The Hollies’ Cloud

Report and Interview by Steven Rosen, Los Angeles Free Press, February 1973

FOR THE PAST five years it seems that the Hollies have been laboring under a Sisyphean curse. Every time they latched on to a silver ...

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The Hollies: A Hit Despite Juke Box Jury

Profile by Wesley Laine, Record Mirror, September 1963

AFTER A long-drawn-out success with their 'Just Like Me' hit, the popular Hollies, Manchester's second-biggest chart group, seem to have another of the same calibre ...

Through? Not The Hollies!

Report and Interview by Richard Green, New Musical Express, October 1964

LOTS OF PEOPLE said that the Hollies were through because they were taking too long issuing another record. So the Manchester group agreed "We're Through" ...

The Hollies: Hollies Get Into No 1 Hit Mood

Report and Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, February 1965

"IT'S GREAT to be Number One – you can't get much lower than that!" shouted Graham Nash, as the Hollies invaded the NME offices on ...

The Rolling Stones, The Hollies, Dave Berry, Goldie & The Gingerbreads, The Checkmates: Regal Theatre, Edmonton, London

Live Review by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, March 1965

FOUR NEW TUNES IN THE ACT ...

Pop Is Comin' Up Hollies

Profile and Interview by Louise Criscione, KRLA Beat, February 1966

IF YOU 'Look Through Any Window' you probably won't find a Holly lurking inside but if you try a pop television show, a concert (of ...

Hollie Graham Nash Finds His Face!

Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, October 1966

THE HOLLY WHO has found his face is Graham Nash. For too long the Hollies have been written about as "the faceless wonders of pop" ...

The Hollies: For Certain Because (Parlophone)

Review by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, November 1966

HOLLIES MIX MOODS ON LP ...

The Hollies: Elvis Inspired Hollies Hit

Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, February 1967

INFLUENCES behind the latest Hollies hit, 'On A Carousel' include Elvis Presley, Bill Haley and "Doddy". At least these were some of the inspirations which ...

The Hollies

Report and Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, June 1967

TONY HICKS is the young Hollie (21) who has just move into a neat new little mews house of Knightsbridge. ...

The Case of The Cock-Sure Groupies

Report and Interview by Ellen Sander, Realist, The, November 1968

THE CHORDS come flooding out of the amplifiers like a tonal wave, swelling to an impossible amplitude, blaring, ringing, pounding. A broad beam of noise ...

The Hollies: Words and Music by Bob Dylan (Epic)

Review by John Mendelsohn, Rolling Stone, November 1969

THE HOLLIES, an institution in British rock since the very early Beatle days, have always been among the most conservative of English groups. They were, ...

The Hollies: Consistent Standards Gain Wider Audiences

Profile and Interview by uncredited writer, Beat Instrumental, December 1969

CONSIDER THE HOLLIES. Consider them carefully. Because they are pretty well unique. In a scene where their attributes of enthusiasm, dignity, courtesy and style are ...

CSN&Y: Nash: We May Fight, But Music Wins...

Interview by Vicki Wickham, Melody Maker, June 1970

CROSBY, STILLS, NASH and YOUNG finished their week-long, triumphant stint at the New York Fillmore and were joined for a huge celebration party at the ...

The Hollies Revisited

Retrospective by Ken Barnes, Phonograph Record, August 1972

The Hollies Are Back Again ...

The Hollies: No Room For Solo Stars

Profile and Interview by Harold Bronson, Rolling Stone, January 1973

SANTA MONICA, Calif. – The Hollies, one of the original British invaders of the 1960s, are at yet another crossroads. Allan Clarke – one of ...

The Hollies: Romany

Review by Ken Barnes, Phonograph Record, March 1973

THE HOLLIES ARE nothing if not resilient. When Graham Nash (long regarded as the key member of the group) left, Allan Clarke and Tony Hicks ...

The Hollies: Romany

Review by Greg Shaw, Rolling Stone, April 1973

OF THE FEW groups who have survived since 1963, the Hollies sound fresher and more up-to-date than anyone, with the possible exception of the Beach ...

The Hollies: Another Night

Review by Bud Scoppa, Phonograph Record, February 1975

ALTHOUGH THEY survived the Sixties pretty much intact and with a substantial stack of notable hit records as their trophies, the Hollies never became the ...

The Hollies: Fun And Magic

Interview by Harry Doherty, Melody Maker, April 1976

I NEEDED CONVINCING that the legendary Sixties were really the rich, golden colour painted by those lucky enough to have experienced the action. ...

The Hollies' Terry Sylvester

Report and Interview by Gary Pig Gold, Pig Paper, The, December 1977

EVEN THE most punktured newavists will confess, "The Hollies – Yeah, I heard of them". ...

The Hollies: 20 Golden Greats

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, August 1978

OVER THE years, The Hollies' records have tended to fall into one of three categories: the bright, snappy early '60s pop put together from the ...

Graham Nash: The Winds Of Change

Interview by Dave Zimmer, BAM, February 1980

INTEGRITY, MORE than any other word seems to define what Graham Nash is all about. ...

The Hollies: Cheap Hollidaze in Your Own Back Catalogue

Interview by Richard Cook, New Musical Express, September 1981

THE 'CARRIE-ANNE' BOYS CARRY ON ...

see also Allan Clarke

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