Welcome to The best of The Hollies page where you'll find free demos, chord sheets, rhythm tips and more on several Hollies songs you can easily learn on the acoustic.
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Carrie Anne was a big hit for The Hollies in 1967 when it was released.
The song peaked at #3 in the UK and was a top 10 in several countries including the US where it reached #9. The track eventually ended up on The Complete Hollies album 1963-1968.
Gasoline Alley Bred can be found on their 1970 "Gold" album.
The song was released as a single and reached #4 in NZ, #17 in Australia and #14 in the UK.
He Ain't Heavy was first recorded by Kelly Gordon in 1969 but when The Hollies released their version later in 1969, it was a monster hit worldwide.
Neil Diamond had success with his release also in 1970.
Elton John played on The Hollies track of 1969.
Long Cool Woman was released back in 1971 as a single and did reach #1 in Canada and South Africa and #1 on the Cash Box US chart.
The song first appeared on their "Distant Light" album.
Look Through Any Window was a single in 1965 and peaked at #4 in the UK, #3 in Canada and their first top 40 in the US reaching #32.
A few groups have covered this song including Gary Lewis And The Playboys.
It eventually ended up on their greatest hits album.
The Air That I Breathe was released as a single in 1974. This was a huge hit, hitting the top 5 in several countries and reachIng #1 in NZ, #2 in the UK and #6 in the US. The song was written by Albert Hammond who also released his version a few years earlier in 1972.
You'll find this one on the album "Hollies".
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