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The Silkie were then scheduled to tour the United States in December 1965 and had even been booked to appear on both The Ed Sullivan Show and American Bandstand , but were unable to obtain the necessary visas and work permits, so their tour was subsequently cancelled. Two further singles released in 1966 failed to make either the UK or the US charts, and in the autumn the original Silkie lineup subsequently split.

1. The Hollies — “Bus Stop” (Imperial) 1966
A Graham Gouldman jewel, one in a stream of hits for Graham Nash and company, but bedecked with such glorious harmonies and magnificent melody that nothing else they ever did came close.


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