9 thoughts on Lawdy Miss Clawdy - The Hollies - Hear! Here! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Meztisho   Vudozilkree
    The Hollies made numerous albums titled "Hollies" or "The Hollies".First there was "The Hollies"(their 3rd UK album from ,presently availableon EMI/UK CD with both the mono & stereo album on one CD),then there was the album "Hollies"(including the hit "The Air That I Breathe",available on both U.S. EPIC & UK EMI CD's),then there was a British L.P. compilation "The Hollies" on EMI /5(15).
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  2. Tesho   Shaktikus
    Here!, the Hollies’ second American album, was issued stateside in by Imperial Records. It’s a reworked—and, for many listeners, improved—variation on the original British LP known simply as Hollies, with the U.S. version adding the hits “Look Through Any Window” (the Hollies’ first American Top 40 single) and “I’m Alive.”.
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  3. Madal   Mooguzshura
    Reflections, an Album by The Hollies. Released 1 November on Starline (catalog no. SRS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop Rock, Beat Music.
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  4. Vule   Netaur
    Hear! Here!, the Hollies' second American album, was issued stateside in by Imperial Records. It's a reworked--and, for many listeners, improved--variation on the original British LP known simply as Hollies, with the U.S. version adding the hits "Look Through Any Window" (the Hollies' first American Top 40 single) and "I'm Alive.".
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  5. Duramar   Kajigal
    Elsewhere on the album, the group's interpretive skills shine through on Curtis Mayfield's "You Must Believe Me," Roy Orbison's "Down the Line" and Lloyd Price's "Lawdy Miss Clawdy." Of all the English bands who achieved international success during the first wave of the British Invasion, none combined youthful rock 'n' roll energy with musical.
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  6. Fell   Samucage
    In fact, the equivalent Beatles album to Hollies, I would say, is A Hard Day's Night, which included the comparable "Dizzy Miss Lizzy." I cannot be angry with The Hollies for not being ahead of the times (i.e., The Beatles), so I'll excuse the lame cover of "Lawdy Miss Clawdy." The Motown cover, "Mickey's Monkey," is truly awesome.
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  7. Vugrel   Meztihn
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  8. Mikajinn   Tera
    Elsewhere on the album, the group's interpretive skills shine through on Curtis Mayfield's "You Must Believe Me," Roy Orbison's "Down the Line" and Lloyd Price's "Lawdy Miss Clawdy." Sundazed Music's new vinyl editions of Here I Go Again and Hear! Here! restore these landmark albums to the form in which American listeners first heard them. They're mastered from the original mono master /5(4).
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