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hollies Post subject: New CD of BBC session tracks to be released by EMI


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Previously unreleased BBC session tracks to be released by EMI

This new 32 track CD will feature previously unreleased live BBC session tracks taken from numerous shows including Saturday Club and Top Of The pops.

The CD, for release on 7th May, will feature liner notes by Bobby Elliott

The track lising is finalised and will be as it is in the advert.

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Hurrah! After all these years. I can't wait.
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yay! so exited about this! looking forward to many good things this year - Hollies Rule!

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YES I AGREE,Looking Forward..


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Great! Can't wait! I hope for some of the songs they never recorded otherwise.

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Finally some happy news this week!
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Sounds good, I have got The Beatles at the BBC album and those sessions were recorded well so The Hollies should be great aswell.

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There were some Hollies BBC tracks recorded in the late 1960's, where the group recorded the session at Abbey Road Studios, then delivered a tape to The BBC, and these tracks are not included in the collection.

These Abbey Road for BBC sessions were listed in the original Hollies sessionography(printed in three consecutive issues of "Record Collector" magazine in the 1980's), but omitted from the sessionography printed in the book with "The Long Road Home" box set.

Perhaps these tracks(obviously owned by The Hollies) could be released on some future CD.
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If the track list is not changed we get as far as I can see Ride your pony and Shake for the first time. Can anyone correct me?

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It would be nice if there were more than 2 for the first time songs as I'm sure they must have others as Phil Cohen has pointed out. One song I wonder about that they were doing in concerts at the time was Besame Mucho. Is there any recorded version of this song?
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I really can't wait! Laughing

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On HMV it has the full listings of where each of the performances come from. If you don't want to know then look away now.

1. Here I Go Again [Saturday Club 28th September 1964]
2. Jennifer Eccles [David Symonds 25th March 1968]
3. Bus Stop [Saturday Club 28th June 1966]
4. I've Got a Way of My Own [Saturday Club 13th December 1965]
5. Wings [David Symonds 25th March 1968]
6. Step Inside [David Symonds 25th March 1968]
7. Wishyouawish [Saturday Club Late 1968]
8. Shake (Saturday Club 28th June 1966]
9. Put Yourself in My Place [Saturday Club 6th September 1965]
10. Ride Your Pony [Saturday Club 6th September 1965]
11. I Take What I Want [Saturday Club 23rd March 1966]
12. Little Bitty Pretty One [Saturday Club 25th January 1966]
13. Away Away Away [Top Gear 13th October 1967]
14. Charlie and Fred [Top Gear 13th October 1967]
15. I Can't Let Go [This Must Be the Place 14th January 1966]
16. Hard Hard Year [Saturday Club 28th June 1966]
17. If I Needed Someone [Saturday Club 13th December 1965]
18. That's How Strong My Love Is [Saturday Club 23rd March 1966]
19. To You My Love [This Must Be the Place 14th January 1966]
20. So Lonely [This Must Be the Place 28th September 1965]
21. Somethings Got a Hold On Me [Saturday Club 29th September 1964]
22. Nobody [Delaneys Delight 26th January 1965]
23. Set Me Free [Saturday Club 28th September 1964]
24. She Said Yeah [Delaney's Delight 26th January 1965]
25. You Must Believe Me [Top Gear 19th February 1965]
26. Lawdy Miss Clawdy [Saturday Swings 28th July 1965]
27. Too Many People [This Must Be the Place 28th September 1965]
28. Look Through Any Window [Saturday Swings 28th July 1965]
29. Too Young to Be Married [Top of the Pops 3rd March 1971]
30. I'm Alive [Saturday Club 24th May 1965]
31. The Games We Play [Top Gear 13th October 1967]
32. He Ain't Heavy He's My Brother [Top of the Pops (TV) 2nd October 1969]
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Bad news for Hollies fans: EMI has imposed a two month postponement on "Radio Fun"......until the 7th of July.
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John Truman Post subject:
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Just spotted this on YouTube. Sounds good!

Look Here

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hollies Post subject: Correct Information and Competition


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Phil

Not sure where you got your information from but it is not correct. EMI have not imposed any such postponement. The date is definitely 7th May.

Today is the start of promoting the CD. See Johns link above and the one you should get in an email shortly.

For a preview or to enter into a competition........
Look Here

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PostPosted:Tue Apr 10, 2012 14:41 pm

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