The Hollies - Stay album flac
FLAC version ZIP size: 1681 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1581 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1682 mb
Other Formats: APE MMF TTA DTS RA ADX VOC
Stay with The Hollies (American title: Here I Go Again) is the debut album by the British rock band the Hollies and was released in January 1964 on Parlophone Records (see 1964 in music).
Stay With The Hollies. The Greatest Seventies Album.
Tracklist: 1. I’m Talking About You, 2. Mr. Moonlight, 3. You Better Move On, 4. Lucille, 5. Baby Don’t Cry, 6. Memphis, 7. Stay, 8. Rockin’ Robin, 9. Watcha Gonna Do ‘Bout It, 10. Do You Love Me, 11. It’s Only Make Believe, 12. What Kind Of Girl Are You, 13. Little Lover, 14. Candy Ma. 9. Watcha Gonna Do ‘Bout It.
Template:EngvarB Template:Use dmy dates. Stay with The Hollies (American title: Here I Go Again) is the debut album by the British rock band the Hollies and was released in January 1964 on Parlophone Records (see 1964 in music).
Watch the video for Stay from The Hollies's 20 Golden Greats for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Between 1964 and 1969, only two Hollies songs failed to reach the UK Top 10. Their most famous member was Graham Nash, who left in 1968 to form the folk supergroup Crosby, Stills & Nash. Two of the core members, drummer Bobby Elliott and lead guitarist Tony Hicks, still perform with The Hollies into the new millennium.
By 2004, these songs were much more familiar than they were in Britain in 1964, in some cases in superior recordings by the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. Three more Top Ten hits followed "Stay" in 1964 before the appearance of In the Hollies Style, none of which are featured on the album, which may help explain why, although Stay With the Hollies had reached number two in the British charts, In the Hollies Style didn't chart at all. (Or maybe it doesn't explain anything, since . albums commonly did not duplicate singles releases in the '60s, and the group clearly was on a roll.
Nonetheless, the album was a huge hit in Britain, reaching number two and staying in the Top Ten for 18 weeks. Stay" itself had been their first . Top Ten hit in late 1963, and the album's best track, the edgy R&B/harmony rendition of "Watcha Gonna Do 'Bout It," was one of their better early cuts. The group also covers Ray Charles, Roy Orbison, Conway Twitty, "Rockin' Robin," and "Mr. Moonlight" (before the Beatles) on this set. ~
|A1||I'm Talking About You|
|A3||You Better Move On|
|A5||Baby Don't Cry|
|B2||Watcha Gonna Do 'Bout It|
|B3||Do You Love Me|
|B4||It's Only Make Believe|
|B5||What Kind Of Girl Are You|
|PMC 1220||The Hollies||Stay With The Hollies (LP, Album, Mono)||Parlophone||PMC 1220||UK||1964|
|PMC 1220||The Hollies||Stay With The Hollies (LP, 1st)||Parlophone||PMC 1220||UK||1964|
|5244122||The Hollies||Stay With The Hollies (HDCD, Album, RE, RM, Dig)||Magic Records||5244122||France||1999|
|TA-PMC 1220||The Hollies||Stay With The Hollies (Reel, 2tr Mono, Album)||Parlophone||TA-PMC 1220||UK||1964|
|TOCP-67114||The Hollies||Stay With The Hollies (CD, Album, Mono, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)||EMI||TOCP-67114||Japan||2003|