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I remember hearing this on my little green GE transistor radio at five in the morning while hauling my wagon around the neighborhood delivering newspapers. I was 13. Watch lead vocalist Allan Clarke's dance moves! Graham Nash plays some cool guitar licks and contributes some pre-CSNY harmonies! But the sleeper of this act was drummer Bobby Elliott. That guy is a machine! I think that's Bernie Calvert on bass. He and Bobby had been members of The Dolphins before joining the Hollies.
I am the President/CEO of A-Ware Software, makers of MusicMaster, the #1 Windows-based music scheduling software in the world. I'm a record collector, huge poker fan, and former radio engineer, disc jockey, and programmer.
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