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The Hollies - For Certain Because... flac
Title:
For Certain Because...
Performer:
The Hollies
Style:
British Invasion,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Merseybeat,AM Pop,Early Pop/Rock
Duration:
30:02
Released:
1966
FLAC album size:
1444 mb
MP3 album size:
1328 mb
Other formats:
RA MPC VQF AUD DXD DTS
Genre:
Rating:
4.6

Part of a 7-album The Hollies cardboard sleeve reissue series features the albums "Stay With The Hollies," "In The Hollies Style," "Hollies," "Would You Believe?," "For Certain Because," "Evolution," and "Butterfly. Mastering SID Code: IFPI L276. Mould SID Code: IFPI 45L9. Matrix, Runout: WPCR-15419 1. Rights Society: JASRAC.

Evolution is the first of two albums released in 1967 by British pop rock band the Hollies. The album peaked at number 13 in the UK album chart. Like its predecessor, For Certain Because, this album features only songs written by group members Allan Clarke, Graham Nash, and Tony Hicks

For Certain Because is the fifth UK album by The Hollies and their second released in 1966. This was the first Hollies album in which all the songs were written by members Allan Clarke, Graham Nash, and Tony Hicks, and the first on which they did not use the pseudonym "Ransford". This was also the first Hollies album recorded with new bassist Bernie Calvert.

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Stop!" for the US and Canadian markets, this was the first Hollies album in which the track listing on both US and UK versions remained the same. Allan Clarke - Vocals Graham Nash - Guitar, Vocals Tony Hicks - Guitar, Vocals Bernie Calvert - Bass Bobby Elliott - Drums. Ron Richards - Producer Mike Vickers - Director Henry Diltz - Photography.

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For Certain Because is the fifth UK album by The Hollies and their second released in 1966. This was also the first Hollies album recorded with new bassist Bernie Calvert

Listen to For Certain Because. For Certain Because" marked the beginning of probably the most creative period in the career of the Hollies. It was also the album that introduced Tonys Hicks' banjo which is very prominent on the big single hit "Stop Stop Stop". Outstanding originals written by Clarke/Hicks/Nash dominate the album, which for the first time consists of sheer original material. The opening track "What's Wrong With the Way I Live" is just great.

All the great songs and lyrics from the "For Certain Because. album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. The Hollies are an English pop group formed in Manchester in the early 1960s, although the majority of the band members came from towns in East Lancashire. Known for their distinctive vocal harmony style, they became one of the leading British groups of the 1960s and early 1970s. They enjoyed cons. ore .

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 What's Wrong With the Way I Live Allan Clarke / Tony Hicks / Graham Nash The Hollies
2 Pay You Back With Interest Allan Clarke / Tony Hicks / Graham Nash The Hollies
3 Tell Me to My Face Allan Clarke / Tony Hicks / Graham Nash The Hollies
4 Clown Allan Clarke / Tony Hicks / Graham Nash The Hollies
5 Suspicious Look in Your Eyes Allan Clarke / Tony Hicks / Graham Nash The Hollies
6 It's You Allan Clarke / Tony Hicks / Graham Nash The Hollies
7 High Classed Allan Clarke / Tony Hicks / Graham Nash The Hollies
8 Peculiar Situation Allan Clarke / Tony Hicks / Graham Nash The Hollies
9 What Went Wrong Allan Clarke / Tony Hicks / Graham Nash The Hollies
10 Crusader Allan Clarke / Tony Hicks / Graham Nash The Hollies
11 Don't Even Think About Changing Allan Clarke / Tony Hicks / Graham Nash The Hollies
12 Stop, Stop, Stop Allan Clarke / Tony Hicks / Graham Nash The Hollies

Credits

Allan Clarke - Composer, Vocals
Henry Diltz - Photography
Tony Hicks - Composer
The Hollies - Primary Artist
Graham Nash - Composer, Guitar, Vocals
Ron Richards - Producer
Mike Vickers - Director