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Five Three One - Double Seven O Four

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Five Three One - Double Seven O Four
Studio album by The Hollies
ReleasedMarch 1979
Recorded16 August 1978 – 18 January 1979[1]
StudioAbbey Road Studios, London[2]
ProducerRon Richards
The Hollies chronology
A Crazy Steal
Five Three One - Double Seven O Four
Buddy Holly

Five Three One - Double Seven O Four is the twentieth studio album by the English rock/pop group The Hollies. When rendered as digits, the album title is the band's name upside down in digital number view (it would appear like this: hOLLIES or 5317704).

Gary Brooker of Procol Harum guests on the track "Harlequin", written by Brooker and his song writing partner from Procol Harum, Keith Reid. Brooker, incidentally, later recorded the track "Say It Ain't So, Jo", having heard it on the sessions for this album.

The album was released in Canada [3] and the UK, and did not chart.

Track listing

Side 1

  1. "Say It Ain't So, Jo" (Murray Head)
  2. "Maybe It's Dawn" (Tony Hymas, Pete Brown)
  3. "Song Of the Sun" (Tony Hymas, Pete Brown)
  4. "Harlequin" (Gary Brooker, Keith Reid) Lead vocal: Terry Sylvester; Drums: B.J. Wilson [4]
  5. "When I'm Yours" (Murray Head)

Side 2

  1. "Something To Live For" (Tony Hymas, Pete Brown)
  2. "Stormy Waters" (White) Harmonica: Allan Clarke [4]
  3. "Boys in the Band" (Pete Brown) Lead vocal: Terry Sylvester [4]
  4. "Satellite Three" (Allan Clarke, Gary Benson)
  5. "It's In Everyone Of Us" (David Pomeranz)



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