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christocello Post subject: Two live tracks on "Les Hollies feat. G. Nash" CD



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Recently I discovered a french "Les Hollies featuring G.Nash" compilation (CD from 2008 by magics-records) with two interesting bonus live tracks added: "Just one look" and "Ona a carousel". The booklet mentions the (before unreleased) tracks to be from 1966 but I doubt that information. JOL sounds like an earlier performance from around 64/65 and OAC starts with Graham telling the audience that this new song just came out as a record in England, so it must be from early 67. Especially OAC sounds magnificent and fresh, far superior to the german "beat beat beat" tv appearance where Graham doesn't always get the right pitch. Who knows from which source those two gems come from?
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SpartyScott Post subject: Re: Two live tracks on "Les Hollies feat. G. Nash"
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christocello wrote:
Recently I discovered a french "Les Hollies featuring G.Nash" compilation (CD from 2008 by magics-records) with two interesting bonus live tracks added: "Just one look" and "Ona a carousel". The booklet mentions the (before unreleased) tracks to be from 1966 but I doubt that information. JOL sounds like an earlier performance from around 64/65 and OAC starts with Graham telling the audience that this new song just came out as a record in England, so it must be from early 67. Especially OAC sounds magnificent and fresh, far superior to the german "beat beat beat" tv appearance where Graham doesn't always get the right pitch. Who knows from which source those two gems come from?


"On A Carousel" with Graham giving it an intro as a new song is a familiar bootleg.

When Allan joins in on the chorus and then when he sings in the second verse, does he almost totally drown out Nash's voice? If so, then that's the bootleg.

"Just One Look" was recorded live so many times, I'd need a lot more info before I could try to identify the performance.
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Just one look is the audio track off the video from NME pollwinners concert 1964. This is listed incorrectly on the CD sleeve.

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