Look Through Any Window
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|"Look Through Any Window"|
|Single by The Hollies|
|B-side||"So Lonely" (L. Ransford)|
UK: 27 August 1965|
US: September 1965
30 June 1965|
Abbey Road Studios
|Genre||Pop rock, beat, jangle pop|
UK: Parlophone R5322|
US: Imperial 66134
|Songwriter(s)||Graham Gouldman, Charles Silverman|
|The Hollies singles chronology|
"Look Through Any Window" is a song by the British beat group The Hollies. It was the first American Billboard Top 40 hit for them, peaking at No. 32 on 22 January 1966 (Just One Look in 1964 had been their first American chart hit). It reached No. 4 in their native country and in Canada it made #3 in the RPM Magazine charts. Written by songwriters Graham Gouldman and Charles Silverman, it features a distinctive 12-string guitar riff, soaring harmonies and Bobby Elliott’s explosive drumming. They also recorded a version in French (titled "Regardez par des fenêtres") that was not officially released at the time but was included on the 1988 compilation Rarities.
- A version was later recorded by the American group Gary Lewis & the Playboys for their 1966 album Hits Again!.
- The Serbian beat band, Elipse recorded a version entitled Pogledaj kroz prozor in 1966 in Serbian.
- The 30th Anniversary Collection (CD). The Hollies. EMI Records. 1993. D 202205.
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