New Release: The Hollies: Look Through Any Window DVD

Release Date: Oct. 4, 2011
Price: DVD $14.98
Studio: Eagle Rock Entertainment

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The Hollies serve up a song via the air that they breathe in Look Through Any Window.

The Hollies: Look Through Any Window, 1963–1975, the first official documentary film on the legendary British group, includes 22 full-length performances sourced from television appearances filmed at the time the songs were initially hitting the charts.

Between performances, original band members Graham Nash, Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks and Bobby Elliott share the history of the beloved 1960s rock outfit, whose hits include “Bus Stop,” “Look Through Any Window,” “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother,” “Long Cool Woman (In A Black Dress)” and the final Top 10 hit, 1974’s “The Air That I Breathe.”

Also in the feature-length movie are performances by The Hollies, from the post-Graham Nash era, featuring Terry Sylvester, along with never-before-released home movies of the group on tour in the 1960s in America, Europe and Japan.

Eagle Rock’s DVD also features an informative booklet with an extensive essay by former Rolling Stone editor Ben Fong-Torres (who was featured in Almost Famous), including rare photographs and memorabilia.

A bonus feature allows viewers to access all 22 songs in the documentary without the surrounding interviews.

Check out the film’s trailer:


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