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A Crazy Steal
The Hollies - A Crazy Steal.jpg
Studio album by The Hollies
Released March 1, 1978 (1978-03-01)
Recorded 1 March–26 August 1977 (except 8–9 January 1966 for "Boulder To Birmingham")[1]
Studio Basing Street Studios, London
Genre Rock/Pop
Label Polydor(UK)
Epic (US)
Producer The Hollies and Alan Parsons (on "Boulder to Birmingham")
The Hollies chronology
Russian Roulette
A Crazy Steal
Five Three One - Double Seven O Four

A Crazy Steal is a 1978 album by English rock/pop group, The Hollies. It included their version of Emmylou Harris' "Boulder to Birmingham", which had been released two years prior, reaching number 10 on the charts in New Zealand. Two other songs from this album ("Hello To Romance" and "Amnesty") were released in 1977 as singles, yet failed to chart anywhere.

Track listing

All songs written by Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks and Terry Sylvester except where noted.[2]

Side One

  1. "Writing on the Wall"
  2. "What Am I Gonna Do"
  3. "Let It Pour"
  4. "Burn Out"
  5. "Hello To Romance"

Side Two

  1. "Amnesty" (D. Doumas)
  2. "Caracas"
  3. "Boulder to Birmingham" (Bill Danoff, Emmylou Harris)
  4. "Clown Service"
  5. "Feet On the Ground"


  • Allan Clarke - lead vocals, harmonica
  • Tony Hicks - vocals, lead guitar
  • Terry Sylvester - vocals, guitar
  • Bernie Calvert - bass
  • Bobby Elliott - drums, percussion


  • Pete Wingfield - piano, Roland synthesizer, organ
  • Hans Peter Arnesen - piano, clavinet
  • Jimmy Jewel - alto and soprano saxophone
  • Tony Coe - soprano saxophone on "Hello To Romance"
  • Sol Amarfio - congas on "Writing on the Wall" and "Caracas"
  • Rhett Davies - engineer, remixing


  1. ^
  2. ^ "A Crazy Steal at official site". Archived from the original on 27 July 2011. Retrieved 24 March 2011.
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