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Hollies Sing Dylan

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Hollies Sing Dylan by The Hollies

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Hollies Sing Dylan

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Label: Parlophone UK
The Hollies Sing Dylan is the record that caused Graham Nash to ditch The Hollies and relocate to Los Angeles, where he threw in his lot with David Crosby and Stephen Stills in 1969. Apparently, he was disgusted at the very thought of the band covering such a god-like genius. In retrospect, it's not a bad album by any means. It's a tad corny, yet it doesn't sound all that different from The Turtles or The Beau Brummels' respective brands of countrified folk-pop. Note to Dylan freaks: Look out for several Basement Tapes, including "This Wheel's On Fire" and "Mighty Quinn (Quinn the Eskimo)."

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The Hollies Sing Dylan is the record that caused Graham Nash to ditch The Hollies and relocate to Los Angeles, where he threw in his lot with David Crosby and Stephen Stills in 1969. Apparently, he was disgusted at the very thought of the band covering such a god-like genius. In retrospect, it's not a bad album by any means. It's a tad corny, yet it doesn't sound all that different from The Turtles or The Beau Brummels' respective brands of countrified folk-pop. Note to Dylan freaks: Look out for several Basement Tapes, including "This Wheel's On Fire" and "Mighty Quinn (Quinn the Eskimo)."

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The Hollies Sing Dylan is the record that caused Graham Nash to ditch The Hollies and relocate to Los Angeles, where he threw in his lot with David Crosby and Stephen Stills in 1969. Apparently, he was disgusted at the very thought of the band covering such a god-like genius. In retrospect, it's not a bad album by any means. It's a tad corny, yet it doesn't sound all that different from The Turtles or The Beau Brummels' respective brands of countrified folk-pop. Note to Dylan freaks: Look out for several Basement Tapes, including "This Wheel's On Fire" and "Mighty Quinn (Quinn the Eskimo)."