Dear Eloise / King Midas in Reverse

Dear Eloise / King Midas in Reverse is the seventh U.S. studio album by the British pop band the Hollies, released in November 1967. "King Midas in Reverse" and "Leave Me" (saved from the UK Evolution track line-up) were slotted onto the album while deleting "Pegasus", "Try It", and "Elevated Observations" from the UK Butterfly track listing. It was the Hollies' last album to feature Graham Nash until 1983's What Goes Around, as well as the last to feature songs written solely by members Allan Clarke, Graham Nash, and Tony Hicks.

Dear Eloise / King Midas in Reverse
Studio album by
Released27 November 1967
Recorded1 August – 6 October 1967 (except 3 March 1967 for "Leave Me")
StudioAbbey Road Studios, London
LabelEpic Records
ProducerRon Richards
The Hollies US chronology
Dear Eloise / King Midas in Reverse
Words and Music By Bob Dylan

As noted below, this album was really a Nash-led project, and he featured as the lead vocalist more than on any prior album.

Track listing

All tracks are written by Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks, and Graham Nash.

Side one
1."Dear Eloise"2:33
3."Charlie and Fred"2:54
5."Leave Me"2:06
Side two
7."King Midas in Reverse"3:07
8."Would You Believe"3:02
9."Away Away Away"2:19
11."Step Inside"2:52



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