|I'm Gonna Love You Too||2:15|
|It's So Easy / Listen To Me (Medley)||3:47|
|Look At Me||3:10|
|Take Your Time||3:38|
|I'm Looking For Someone To Love||3:57|
|ST-11588||Denny Laine||Holly Days (LP)||Capitol Records||ST-11588||US||1976|
|ST-11588||Denny Laine||Holly Days (LP)||Capitol Records||ST-11588||Canada||1976|
|EMA.781, EMA-781||Denny Laine||Holly Days (LP)||EMI, EMI||EMA.781, EMA-781||Australia||1976|
|ECS-80745||Denny Laine||Holly Days (LP)||Capitol Records||ECS-80745||Japan||1976|
|7C 064-98541||Denny Laine||Holly Days (LP, Album)||EMI||7C 064-98541||Sweden||1976|
|EMA 781, OC 064-98 541||Denny Laine||Holly Days (LP, Album)||EMI, EMI||EMA 781, OC 064-98 541||UK||1976|
|ST-11588||Denny Laine||Holly Days (LP, Promo, TP)||MPL Communications Inc.||ST-11588||US||1976|
|1C 064-98 541||Denny Laine||Holly Days (LP, Album)||EMI Electrola||1C 064-98 541||Germany||1977|
|ST-11588||Denny Laine||Holly Days (LP, RP, Pur)||Capitol Records||ST-11588||US||1978|
|3930035||Denny Laine||Holly Days (CD, Album, RM)||Magic Records , MPL||3930035||France||2000|
|DLMPLCD-140802/76||Denny Laine||Holly Days (CDr, Album, RM, Unofficial)||Not On Label||DLMPLCD-140802/76||Russia||Unknown|
Holly Days is the second album by guitarist Denny Laine, released in 1977. It is a tribute to singer-songwriter Buddy Holly. The album was produced by Paul McCartney, who also played most of the instruments on the album. Due to the rudimentary recording methods used to capture the "Buddy Holly style", only tracks 2 and 3 were actually in stereo. Side one. "Heartbeat" (Bob Montgomery, Norman Petty) – 2:37. Moondreams" (Petty) – 2:41. Rave On" (Sonny West, Bill Tilghman, Petty) – 1:53.
Original Release 1976. This album consists of monophonic recordings electronically reprocessed to give a stereo effect on stereo equipment. Matrix, Runout: 3930035. Other (Distribution Code ): MAM 101. Other Versions (5 of 10) View All. Cat.
Audio CD, Import, Original recording remastered, November 15, 2000. If you liked the guitar of "Crossroads Theme" from VENUS AND MARS, you'll like the sort of playing on HOLLY DAYS. For a brief moment, a couple of voices are heard sped-up to about speed 78. Ah, well. But it's just for a brief moment. The rest of the album is good, casual, lo-fi roots rock. It is definitely worth finding.
Japanese Tears is the third album by guitarist Denny Laine, released shortly before the demise of Paul McCartney's band Wings, of which Laine was a member. The album was released in 1980. In January 1980, Wings planned a tour of Japan. However, upon the band's arrival at the airport in Japan, Paul McCartney was arrested for marijuana possession. The tour was cancelled, and McCartney then decided to release a solo album (McCartney II) instead of touring, putting Wings on hiatus.
Artists Denny Laine Holly Days. Holly Days Denny Laine. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Holly Days. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Denny Laine. Performs the Hits of Wings.
Laine, Paul, and Linda alone feature on the album, recording in the same Rude studios (the appropriately named Rude Studio where McCartney banged out his demos), and not sounding much more advanced. A note on the sleeve even warns, "this album consists of monophonic recordings, electronically reprocessed to give a stereo effect," and anyone familiar with any of the Beatles' own early-'60s recordings will know exactly what that sounds like. Holly Days is crude, ramshackle, and impossibly primitive, then, but its naïveté is its strength, its amateurism is its armor.
By Paul McCartney, Unofficial album. Buddy Holly Week, London 1979. 1. Raining In My Heart.
Denny Laine (born Brian Frederick Hines; 29 October 1944) is an English musician, singer, and songwriter known as a founder of two major British rock bands: The Moody Blues, with whom he played from 1964 to 1966, and Paul McCartney and Wings, with whom he played from 1971 to 1981. Laine has worked with a variety of artists and groups over a six decade career, and continues to record and perform as a solo artist.