The Hollies - Butterfly album flac
|2||Away, Away, Away||2:17|
|5||Would You Believe||4:05|
|6||Wish You A Wish||1:55|
|8||Charlie And Fred||2:57|
- Manufactured By – PDO, Germany
- Published By – Budde
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – The Hollies Company Ltd.
- Written-By – Clarke-Hicks-Nash
NotesReissue of 1967 album
CD is manufactured by PDO Hanover, West Germany. Printed in West Germany.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): 0 42283 78752 0
- Barcode (Scanned): 042283787520
- Other (SPARS Code): AAD
- Label Code: LC 0309
- Rights Society: BIEM / STEMRA
- Matrix / Runout: 837 875-2 01* MADE IN W.GERMANY BY PDO
|PMC 7039||The Hollies||Butterfly (LP, Album, Mono)||Parlophone||PMC 7039||UK||1967|
|PMCO 7039||The Hollies||Butterfly (LP, Album, Mono)||Parlophone||PMCO 7039||Australia||1967|
|4997712||The Hollies||Butterfly (CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig)||EMI||4997712||UK & Europe||1999|
|PCS 7039||The Hollies||Butterfly (LP, Album)||Parlophone||PCS 7039||Norway||1967|
|77133 IT, 77 133 IT||The Hollies||Butterfly (LP, Album)||Hansa, Hansa||77133 IT, 77 133 IT||Germany||1967|
Butterfly" was The Hollies' follow-up album to "Evolution", both of which were released in 1967. Neither album had any tracks selected for release as a single.
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Butterfly is the second studio album released by British band the Hollies in 1967, their seventh in England overall. It was also the last new Hollies album to feature Graham Nash until 1983's What Goes Around. This album, like its predecessors For Certain Because and Evolution, featured songs written solely by Allan Clarke, Graham Nash, and Tony Hicks. The album was a Nash-led project, and he featured as the lead vocalist more than on any prior album.
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Hollies - The Hollies The Hollies sont un groupe de rock britannique et de beat, né dans les années 1960 et toujours en activité. Graham Nash, membre fondateur, deviendra l’un des chanteurs du supergroupe américain Crosby, Stills Nash (and Young).
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It's not remarkable or essential, but it's certainly pleasant enough, and a bit better than their earlier 1967 LP, Evolution, with some of their better album-only cuts ("Postcard," "Pegasus," "Butterfly," "Away Away Away"). With some track alterations, the record was issued in the . as Dear Eloise/King Midas in Reverse; the .
This album has an average beat per minute of 125 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 78/180 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Butterfly. Album starts at 103BPM, ends at 86BPM (-17), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Hollies.
And in a particular corner of that room is The Hollies, who out of all the British Invasion bands are most similar to the Beatles. And this may inspire my interest in their work. Among their core strengths were their ear for harmony (think more abrasive than The Byrds) and their songwriting partnership of lead singer Allan Clarke, lead guitarist Tony Hicks and Graham Nash, who needs no introduction. His pure and honest tenor is instrumental in not only this band's sound, but also with Crosby, Stills and Nash.
Butterfly" is their most adventurous album and the closest the Hollies ever came to psychedelia. Apart from "Dear Eloise" which was released as a single in some countries it is very much an "album" - not just a collection of songs built up around 3 or 4 hit singles. It seems the Nash was the dominating force at this point, taking the lead vocal on more songs than usual lead-singer Clarke. Nash abilities as lead-singer are obvíous here, but it's usually a pleasure to listen to all singer, not least when they change lead-vocals or join in on harmonies. Butterfly" is often regarded the strongest album by the Hollies. Released in 1967 it was to be last to feature high-pitch vocalist Graham Nash, who left in late 1968 to join David Crosby and Steve Stills. Sadly the Hollies were never quite the same after his departure - they did record some fine album later, but some of the magic somehow had gone.