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Anthony Post subject: concert reviews
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Hi all,
Just like to thank everybody for their concert reviews, they are a great read and give a feel to us not able to attend on how the lads are going on stage. From all reports the Hollies are great in concert this tour, sounds like the Hollies Live is a wonderful night out, full of a good mix of old and new material.
Thanks again,
Anthony

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Spot on , Anthony, The Hollies on stage give a great performance and each show is a wonderful night out.

Anyone who attends a show and feels like writing a review for the website, please email me.

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The interesting thing is that that great early '70's period is nearly all in the set: Gasoline Alley Bred; Hey Willy, The Baby, Curly Billy...what about I Can't Tell The Bottom From The Top? It was sung very well by Alan Coates a few years back. A few years ago, this period was almost totally overlooked...'What Goes Round...'..... Laughing

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OK, so this means that old chestnuts can be revived for the stage act?

I'll be keeping my fingers crossed for "You'll Be Mine" and "Little Lover." Wink
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James Towill wrote:
The interesting thing is that that great early '70's period is nearly all in the set: Gasoline Alley Bred; Hey Willy, The Baby, Curly Billy...what about I Can't Tell The Bottom From The Top? It was sung very well by Alan Coates a few years back. A few years ago, this period was almost totally overlooked...'What Goes Round...'..... Laughing


Which review lists these songs being performed?
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All of them!

If you are not familiar with the reviews page on the website, the link is on the homepage and each years tour page. Look Here

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