Offered for sale is an original UK pressing of the 1970 LP Confessions of the Mind by the Hollies.
About this copy: This copy of Confessions of the Mind is an original UK pressing, which had a different title, cover, and track listing from the U.S. version of the LP.
The cover is M- and retains the original shrink wrap.
The disc is M- and appears to have had little play.
Stampers are “P” (side 1) and “M” (side 2), indicating a very early pressing.
A nice copy of an LP that’s hard to find with a clean cover.
Background: Confessions of the Mind was the tenth studio album by the Hollies. It was released with a different title ( Moving Finger), different tracks and a different, but equally terrible, cover in the U.S.
With no hit single, the album peaked at #30 in the UK and #183 in the U.S.
The Hollies’ first album of original material following Graham Nash’s departure was an attempt to regain the edge they’d had on Butterfly and Evolution albums, after the digression of the album of Dylan songs, the regrouping with Terry Sylvester in the lineup, and the unexpected hit achieved with “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother.” It’s a surprisingly strong album, not only in the songwriting (which includes the last Clark/Hicks/Nash song ever recorded,
|Country of origin:||UK|
|Year of Release:||1970|