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The Hollies - Look Through Any Window album mp3

Performer: The Hollies
Title: Look Through Any Window
Country: UK
Released: 1965
Style: Pop Rock
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 173
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Look through any window yeah, what do you see? Smilin' faces all around rushin' through the busy town. Where do they go) movin' on their way Walkin' down the highways and the by-ways (Where do they go) movin' on their way People with their shy ways and their sly ways. Oh you can see the little children all around Oh you can see the little ladies in their gowns when you. Look through any window yeah, any time of day See the drivers on the roads pullin' down their heavy loads

He said, 'Look through any window,' because we were looking as the train crept out of the station and started going through the suburbs quite slowly. We were trying to look into the houses to see what was going o. As he did with "Bus Stop," Graham Gouldman, who was still a teenager, got help with the lyrics from his father, Hymie, a writer known affectionately as "Hyme the Rhyme. More songs from The Hollies. More songs about optimism or hope. More songs written by Graham Gouldman. More songs from 1965. Lyrics to Look Through Any Window

The Canadian version was similar, except that "Stewball" and the single "Look Through Any Window" (which appeared on the US album Hear! Here!) were also included and "Don't You Even Care" and "Mr. Moonlight" (which had been included on the Canadian Stay with The Hollies) were omitted

Look Through Any Window tells the story of their peak years from 1963 to 1975 when the band clocked up 27 UK Top 40 singles, 17 of which were Top 10s. They were also part of the British Invasion led by the Beatles that stormed the US charts in the sixties and scored hit singles in many other countries around the world. This DVD is the history of the Hollies told through newly filmed interviews with band members Allan Clarke, Graham Nash, Tony Hicks and Bobby Elliott and fantastic vintage footage of the Hollies performing their classic tracks in full

Hollies - Look Through Any Window. Hollies - Look Through Any Window. Written by Graham Gouldman and Charles Silverman, it was recorded by the Hollies on June, 30, 1965 at the Abbey Road Studios  .

Tracklist

Look Through Any Window
So Lonely

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
R 5322 The Hollies Look Through Any Window ‎(7") Parlophone R 5322 UK 1965
66134 The Hollies Look Through Any Window ‎(7", Promo) Imperial 66134 US 1965
R 5322 The Hollies Look Through Any Window / So Lonely ‎(7", Single) Parlophone R 5322 Denmark 1965
GMSP 98 The Hollies Look Through Any Window ‎(7") Parlophone GMSP 98 Greece 1965
R 5322 The Hollies Look Through Any Window ‎(7") Parlophone R 5322 India 1965
72298 The Hollies Look Through Any Window ‎(7") Capitol Records 72298 Canada 1965
66134 The Hollies Look Through Any Window ‎(7") Imperial 66134 US 1965
R 5322 The Hollies Look Through Any Window ‎(7") Parlophone R 5322 UK 1965
R 5322 The Hollies Look Through Any Window ‎(7") Parlophone R 5322 UK 1965
A8169 The Hollies Look Through Any Window ‎(7", Single) Parlophone A8169 Australia 1965
R 5322 The Hollies Look Through Any Window ‎(7", Single) Parlophone R 5322 Sweden 1965
R 5322 The Hollies Look Through Any Window ‎(7", Single) Parlophone R 5322 UK 1965
NZP.3191 The Hollies Look Through Any Window ‎(7", Single) Parlophone NZP.3191 New Zealand 1965
R 5322 The Hollies Look Through Any Window ‎(7", Single) Parlophone R 5322 Norway 1965
O 23 030, 45-O-29 550 The Hollies Look Through Any Window ‎(7", Single) Odeon, Odeon O 23 030, 45-O-29 550 Germany 1965
66134 The Hollies Look Through Any Window ‎(7", Single) Imperial 66134 US 1965
R 5322 The Hollies Look Through Any Window ‎(7", Single) Parlophone R 5322 Netherlands 1965
R 5322 The Hollies Look Through Any Window ‎(7", Single, 4 P) Parlophone R 5322 UK 1965
45-SPD 365 The Hollies Look Through Any Window ‎(7", Single, Mono) Parlophone 45-SPD 365 South Africa 1965
66134 The Hollies Look Through Any Window ‎(7", Single, Mono, Styrene, Mon) Imperial 66134 US 1965
66134 The Hollies Look Through Any Window ‎(7", Single, RCA) Imperial 66134 US 1965


Reviews (2)
Windbearer
Psychedelia before psychedelia really existed. Written by Graham Gouldman. One of the best UK pop records of the mid-60s.

Jazu
I know that 'Lies' by the Knickerbockers is considered THE classic Beatle soundalike, but the Hollies' "Look Through Any Window" isn't too shabby either. Along with their "Bus Stop", "Look Through Any Window" is one of the exceptional pop songs of the sixties.

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