The Black Hollies
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The Black Hollies

New York City, New York, United States

New York City, New York, United States
Band Rock Pop


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Previous Releases:
Gloomy Monday Morning (7" SMR15)
The Black Hollies - gloomy 7"
A. Gloomy Monday Morning / B. Heart Of The Country (McCartney)

Casting Shadows (CD/LP EJRC036)
The Black Hollies - Hush 7"
1. Whispers Beneath The Willows 2. Paisley Pattern Ground Mp3 3. Under A Winter's Spell 4. The Autumn Chateau 5. Hamilton Park Ballerina 6. Bruised Tangerines 7. That Little Girl 8. If You Won't Let Go 9. Running Through My Mind 10. Patient Sparrow

Paisley Pattern Ground b/w Hold Tight (Go Out Of Your Mind) (7” DFR01)
The Black Hollies - DFR 7"
A. Paisley Pattern Ground / B. Hold Tight (Go Out Of Your Mind)>

Hush b/w Forty Days (7” EJRC029)
The Black Hollies - Hush 7"
1. Hush

Crimson Reflections (CD EJRC023)
The Black Hollies - Crimson Reflections
1. No Need To Be Rude 2. (Baby) I'm Your Fool 3. Crimson Reflections Through Looking Glass Mind Mp3 4. Get Yourself Together, Girl 5. A Different Class 6. Always Got Something 7. You've Been Gone Too Long Mp3 8. Come And Tell Me 9. French Blues 10. Eyes Of Mermaide

Tell Me What You Want (7” EJRC020)
The Black Hollies - Tell Me What You Want 7"
Side A. Tell Me What You Want / Side B.Tired Of Being Lonely



Reflecting on that fateful day when four incredibly individualistic forces combined their hidden powers and combusted inside a small attic, it's pretty unbelievable to see just how far they've come. Recording their first 45rpm single under the watchful eye of long time best friend/ sound engineer extraordinaire, Mike Olear, inside that very attic, nobody in attendance that weekend, would have ever predicted that, "Tell Me What You Want", would receive national and international attention, and end up on television sets across America.

Their debut LP, 'Crimson Reflections' followed shortly after and in March of 2008, the group's second LP, 'Casting Shadows' was released. The departure of one of the group's founding members, drummer Scott Thomas Bolasci, was an extremely sad but understanding one. Shortly afterwards, sticksman, Nick Ferrante filled the drum throne and the band set off on two tours of North America. Upon returning back from their second tour, Justin Angelo Morey heard a song called, "If It's All The Same To You Babe" by the Luther Ingram Orchestra. This particular song would serve as the catalyst for the upcoming writing sessions that would immediately follow their return home. It's April of 2009, and as I type away, I am eagerly awaiting the arrival of their third LP, "Softly Towards The Light", which is scheduled to be made available shortly after the LP's single, "Gloomy Monday Morning", becomes this Summer's floor filler anthem.