Hollies Interview

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Hollies Interview

Postby (JeffZ) » Mon Oct 10, 2011 5:13 am

As part of the publicity launch for the new DVD bio of The Hollies, "Look Through Any Window" Allan and Graham did a Q & A at the premier on 9/22/2011. Lots of topics discussed, this is in 3 parts, about 45 min total.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl ... ukob2TPKJg

http://youtu.be/pH5ka5CWrP0

http://youtu.be/is3wJOcV7IM
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Re: Hollies Interview

Postby (admin) » Mon Oct 10, 2011 5:48 am

Jeff: Just a great interview for those of us who love the Hollies. Thanks for the link.
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Re: Hollies Interview

Postby (beatlefan) » Mon Oct 10, 2011 9:33 am

Excellent! Thanks for the link!
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Re: Hollies Interview

Postby (royclough) » Mon Oct 10, 2011 3:10 pm

Yes already watched it but yet another group that ended up it appears with personal issues, Nash left in 68 but yet focus on him and Allan Clarke latter I can understand. Hicks and Elliott appear to not want to know and Sylvester, Calvert appear out of it.
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Re: Hollies Interview

Postby (einar) » Mon Oct 10, 2011 5:49 pm

I haven't listened to the links here. But bought and watched the dvd, Look through any window. The Hollies 1963-1975. This is in the same series from Reelin' in the Years, that previously have included Dusty S, Gerry the Pacemakers, Small Faces and Herman's Hermits. I can't praise this new one high enough, it's a superb production. One of my favourite performances here is of Do the best you can (B- side to Listen to me), live from Split, Yugoslavia, with both Nash and Hicks on banjos! The introduction of this instrument into beat music is one thing to remember The Hollies for! In between "the 22 complete performances" (many of them REAL live) are comments by Nash, Clarke, Hicks and Elliott. No unfriendliness in sight between them, although interviewed separately. Focus is on the Nash years (with a majority of the hits), but Sylvester is not forgotten (although no interview), with 4 features with him in the band.

I say BUY IT! So the producer will be encouraged to do more 1st class work to collect treasures from further artists!
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Re: Hollies Interview

Postby (JeffZ) » Mon Oct 10, 2011 6:23 pm

I certainly am looking forward to seeing the DVD. I guess I'll have to get it from Amazon because it's getting almost impossible to find DVD's or CD's in Baltimore these days.
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