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|Single by The Hollies|
|B-side||UK: "Open Up Your Eyes"
US: "Try It"
|Released||22 March 1968 (UK)|
|Recorded||3 February 1968
Chapells Studio, Bond Street
|Length||2:40 (album version)
3:04 (single version)
|Label||UK: Parlophone R5680
US/Can: Epic 10298
|The Hollies singles chronology|
"Jennifer Eccles" is a 1968 single by the Hollies. It was released with the B-side Open Up Your Eyes on the Parlophone label, Catalogue number R5680. The song reached #7 on the UK singles chart in March 1968. Around the same time, it was released in the US with a different B-side, "Try It", and reached #40 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Jennifer Eccles (who had "terrible freckles") also features in the song "Lily the Pink" by The Scaffold; the reference is an in-joke, as Graham Nash, who had by now left the Hollies, sang backing vocals on this recording; he had been married to Rose Eccles from 1964 to 1966.
|Austria (Austrian Singles Chart)||5|
|Canada (RPM Magazine)||19|
|Germany (Official German Charts)||8|
|Netherlands (Dutch Singles Chart)||17|
|United Kingdom (UK Singles Chart)||7|
|Billboard Hot 100||40|
- The independent rock band Eels released a cover on its Useless Trinkets collection of B-sides and rarities.
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- "The Hollies - Carrie-Anne". Chart Stats. Retrieved 2011-12-28.
- Jennifer Eccles at AllMusic
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