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holliesfan Post subject: New Single
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Does anyone know the title of the new single set for release in February? Thanks
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I guess I can answer my own question since the album/single info has been posted to the website...."So Damn Beautiful". Can anyone tell me what they know about this track relevant to its music, lyrics, arrangement, vocals. etc?
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Sorry I have no idea, you may have to answer your own question again, one thing I do know, I have put the cd on top of my list of must haves in 2006.
Bye, and it will be BUY the new cd,
Anthony

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rob mclean Post subject: new single



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Just heard a new Hollies track played on BBC radio 2 on the Terry wogan show. Soon as it it came on I knew it was them. Was probably the new single. Sounded great.

From Rob
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Wasn't too keen on it myself.

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According to the Radio 2 website that was a song called 'Emotions'' from 'Staying Power'.
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Terry Steer wrote:
Wasn't too keen on it myself.

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Can anyone describe it? A ballad? Keyboards?

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Johngill wrote:
According to the Radio 2 website that was a song called 'Emotions'' from 'Staying Power'.



Thinking about it, it did keep saying 'Emotions' , so my mistake. you would have thought the new single would have been the choice. Still great to hear them on the airwaves.

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The song is "Emotions" from the Album but is not the new single which is called "So Damn Beautifull"

You can listen to "Emotions" here

It will be available till next Wednesday.

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holliesfan wrote:
I guess I can answer my own question since the album/single info has been posted to the website...."So Damn Beautiful". Can anyone tell me what they know about this track relevant to its music, lyrics, arrangement, vocals. etc?


It's a great song with good lyrics, a marvellous hook and an overall good feel and great arrangement. To me, it's classic Hollies. I'm not sure I can describe it in any more detail, sorry!

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Yeahhh, truly a great great song and for me the first new Hollies song I have heard in over ten years. I still look forward to getting home tomorrow and have a listen to the "Hope" cd.
Of course it was a bit strange for me, since I consider myself a great Allan Clarke fan, but "Emotions" is simply a very good and moving song and can stand competition to anything that is on the charts. I am quite glad that they get a bit of airplay, hopefully even more as the release date comes closer. If the rest of the album can continue this standard we do have a great achievement waiting for us. It seems a very dedicated project and I wish the Hollies all the success in the world. They truly deserve it.

A great Christmas holiday to all of you!!!!!

Best Regards, Michael

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Michaelstoker78 wrote:
Yeahhh, truly a great great song and for me the first new Hollies song I have heard in over ten years. I still look forward to getting home tomorrow and have a listen to the "Hope" cd.
Of course it was a bit strange for me, since I consider myself a great Allan Clarke fan, but "Emotions" is simply a very good and moving song and can stand competition to anything that is on the charts. I am quite glad that they get a bit of airplay, hopefully even more as the release date comes closer. If the rest of the album can continue this standard we do have a great achievement waiting for us. It seems a very dedicated project and I wish the Hollies all the success in the world. They truly deserve it.

A great Christmas holiday to all of you!!!!!

Best Regards, Michael


I can't help being a little cynical about the current line-up (a bit like George & Ringo calling themselves The Beatles)...but having said that, it was better than I expected & I wish the guys luck.

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Track is on wogans wed show at 1 hour 12 mins for any one interested, but hurry as its only repeated for a few more days

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p.s well worth a listen, there is a great guitar solo.
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peterchecksfield wrote:
I can't help being a little cynical about the current line-up (a bit like George & Ringo calling themselves The Beatles)...but having said that, it was better than I expected & I wish the guys luck.


As a matter of interest Peter, what is your view of the 1972 line-up when Mikael Rickfors was with the band?

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phoobingcamel wrote:
what is your view of the 1972 line-up when Mikael Rickfors was with the band?


He actually helped write some tunes! Shocked Laughing

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