Butterfly is the second studio album released by British band the Hollies in 1967, their seventh in England overall. It was also the last new Hollies album to feature Graham Nash until 1983's What Goes Around. This album, like its predecessors For Certain Because and Evolution, featured songs written solely by Allan Clarke, Graham Nash, and Tony Hicks. The album was a Nash-led project, and he featured as the lead vocalist more than on any prior album.
The Hollies - Dear Eloise. Album: The Hollies: "Epic Anthology" from the Original Master Tapes!, 1990. The Hollies - Dear Eloise. Has been played on. Netherlands 3.
Dear Eloise King Midas. has been added to your Cart. Recorded in 1967, the Hollies' take on psychedelia, though less kaleidoscopic than that of the Beatles and the Stones, was every bit as riveting. And nobody could touch the Manchester duo of Allan Clarke and Graham Nash when it came to those goose-pimply harmonies. King Midas In Reverse" proved the crowning achievement - an all-stops-pulled, hip pocket, rainbow-symphony that will live forever.
3. Charlie & Fred More albums from The Hollies
With Graham Nash chafing at the bit for pop respectability, the Hollies started getting "heavy" and "relevant" on this 1967 outing, their second full-blown psychedelic album of the year. It was already clear, if not stated overtly, that Nash would be on his way out of the lineup sooner rather than later, and the irony was that the group generated some of its strongest album tracks during this period, representing some of the most inventive original compositions in its history.
|B||When Your Lights Turned On|
- Written-By – Clarke / Hicks / Nash*
NotesMade in Denmark
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: NCB
|DO-5049||The Hollies||Dear Eloise / When Your Light's Turned On (7", Single)||Columbia||DO-5049||Australia||1967|
|5-10251||The Hollies||Dear Eloise (7", Single)||Epic||5-10251||US||1967|
|SD 6021||The Hollies||Dear Eloise (7", Single)||Parlophone||SD 6021||Sweden||1967|
|NZP.3251||The Hollies||Dear Eloise (7", Single)||Parlophone||NZP.3251||New Zealand||1967|
|5-10251||The Hollies||Dear Eloise (7", Single, Promo)||Epic||5-10251||US||1967|