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Im Alive - The Hollies - Hollies Greatest (Cassette)

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  1. Gagor
    I'm Alive is the sixth British EP released by The Hollies. It was put out by Parlophone in mono with the catalogue number GEP and released in the UK in late September The EP entered the British charts on 25 September and spent 15 weeks there, peaking at #5 on the Record Retailer chart, their highest charting EP.
  2. Yozshuhn
    May 08,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Hollies - Hollies' Greatest at Discogs. Complete your The Hollies collection/5().
  3. Tejind
    Mar 23,  · "I'm Alive" written by Clint Ballard, Jr. was recorded by The Hollies on May 5, and released on the Parlophone label in the UK and Imperial in the US becoming their first No 1 hit in the UK.
  4. Grozahn
    Greatest Hits [CASSETTE] I"m suntimamamahardgeraziplanore.coinfo Hollies are old--the music suits this old person the serviceand delivery fine, and no problems nothing more I'm a satisfied customer. Read more. One person found this helpful. Helpful/5().
  5. Zutaxe
    If you love listening to real music, and especially love really good harmonies, then you will love the Hollies greatest hits! It may not include all of their great music, but it sure is a start!! All of it digitally remastered! Read more. 4 people found this helpful. Helpful/5(14).
  6. Akikora
    MP3 album The Hollies - Singles A's & B's - free download.
  7. Mikashura
    Hollies' Greatest, a Compilation of songs by The Hollies. Released in August on Parlophone (catalog no. PCS ; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Pop, Pop Rock. Featured peformers: Ron Richards (producer).
  8. Kigasida
    The Hollies Greatest Hits Cassette Tape PET $ Was: Previous Price $ Emily Mitchell~The Holly and The Ivy~Carols On The Celtic Harp~Cassette Tape New. $ The Hollies' Greatest Hits by The Hollies (Cassette, , Epic) $ Got one to sell? Get it in front of + million buyers.
  9. Fenrill
    Though "I'm Alive" was a number one hit for the Hollies in Britain in , it missed the American charts completely, unless you count a peak position of number as a small hit. As such, on the west side of the Atlantic it counts as one of the most unjustly unknown British Invasion classics, one that would have fully merited being a large.

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