Billy Nichols - Would You Believe mp3 album
Would You Believe? is an album by the Hollies, released in 1966. The album features a cover of Simon and Garfunkel's "I Am a Rock," which displayed a progression for the band at the time with the rise of folk rock. However, Would You Believe? also features covers of Buddy Holly's "Take Your Time" and Chuck Berry's "Sweet Little Sixteen", though R&B and blues covers were becoming passé by 1966. Also included is the Evie Sands cover "I Can't Let Go", which became a major hit for the Hollies.
He was born into a musical family, his father Billy Nicholls (S. being a double bassist and big band singer, performing with such bands as The Oscar Rabin Romany Band (Hammersmith Palais}, Alan Green with his boys and RAF band The Squadronaires and later performed on radio with Will Hay. Nicholls first gained fame in the 1960s while still a teenager with his Pet Sounds-influenced album, Would You Believe, originally released on Immediate Records. Nicholls' compositions have been covered by many artists
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Would You Believe Lyrics. I wouldn't change my mind now I wouldn't waste my time now I should erase my mind of you. Would you believe I loved you yesterday I had the words to say My speech was all planned out. Would you believe I had so much to say I loved you every way My mind was all made up. Would you believe I loved you more each day I loved you more that way But now it just can't last
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One of the less essential '60s albums by the Hollies, whose capabilities were arguably stretched by the ee-hit-singles model established by the Beatles during this time. Their version of Paul Simon's "I Am a Rock" is nice, but the soul and early rock covers of Sam & Dave, Otis Redding, and Chuck Berry are pretty dispensable; the Hollies were not the Stones or the Animals, lacking their soul and interpretative imagination.
Nichols took a hing approach to his most recent album, Never Gets Old, mingling traditional and modern elements to form a cohesive whole that is both satisfying to older fans, and progressive enough for the climate at country radio. Billy Graham's Bible" represents the traditional end of that spectrum. The singer actually recorded the track in 2012 and included on his previous album, 2013's Crickets. He asked his label to re-release it as part of Never Gets Old because he so badly wanted a wider spectrum of fans to hear its message.
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William Lee "Billy" Nichols is guitarist and soul songwriter from in Carrollton, Mississippi. Nichols was one of nine children born to Laura Bell and Tom Sanders. Sanders was a farmer who played blues guitar in his spare time. Inspired by his father and blues musicians he heard on the radio, Nichols taught himself guitar. Aged 14, Nichols' family moved to Springfield, Massachusetts where Nichols played with various bands including a gospel group named The Bells of Harmony.