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Bus Stop

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  • Vinyl (May 3, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sundazed Music Inc.
  • ASIN: B004TB6GIG
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #436,460 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Bus Stop
2. Candy Man
3. Baby That's All
4. I Am A Rock
5. Sweet Little Sixteen
6. We're Through
7. Don't Run And Hide
8. Oriental Sadness
9. Mickey's Monkey
10. Little Lover
11. You Know He Did
12. Whatcha Gonna Do 'Bout It

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Their first U.S. Top 10 smash, Bus Stop , and more of the Hollies' best from '66, the year they really broke through. You'll also hear their sparkling renditions of I Am a Rock; Mickey's Monkey , and Candy Man as well as their own We're Through; Don't Run and Hide; You Know He Did , and more!

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The Hollies originated with the Lancashire secondary school duo of Graham Nash and Allan Clarke, who first played late '50s skiffle music then were an Everly Bros. style duo backed by a Manchester group called The Fourtones. Eric Haydock was a member of this band. Musicians came and went, and by December '62 a quintet had decided to name themselves after Buddy Holly.

Liner notes for their fourth US album, BUS STOP (mono LP-9330 and rechanneled stereo LP-12330) lists group members as: Allan (lead vocals, some guitar and harmonica), Graham Nash (vocals and rhythm guitar), Eric (bass), Tony Hicks (lead guitar) and Bobby Elliott (drums). Except for a recent single, "Bus Stop/Don't Run and Hide," this set digs into the vault for material previously unreleased in America. (The 11 track Canadian album has six different songs, also previously unreleased.)

Bassist Haydock was on a leave of absence when "Bus Stop" was recorded. Filling in was Bernie Calvert, who would ultimately replace Eric permanently. The song was written by Graham Goulding, later of Hotlegs and 10cc fame. The single's flip, "Don't Run and Hide" has future Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones covering for Eric. "Little Love" is from 1963 and features original Hollies drummer Don Rathbone. It's an energetic pop number propelled by twangy lead guitar, rhythm and bass.

"Baby That's All" and "Candy Man" are from their debut British LP. "Baby" is highlighted by gorgeous Beatles-influenced multi-part harmonies, while yowl punctuated "Candy" epitomizes early Brit blues. Their arrangement of "I Am a Rock" closely follows Simon & Garfunkel's folk rock hit, but there's just too many double-tracked voices in this version.
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