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King Midas in Reverse
by The Hollies
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"King Midas in Reverse" is a song by British pop group The Hollies written solely by Graham Nash but credited to Clarke, Nash and Hicks for publishing. It was released by The Hollies as single in September 1967 in anticipation of their album Butterfly. The track was a departure in style and was heavily influenced by Graham Nash's visits to the U.S.A. Nash wanted to take the band in a new direction which was resisted by other members of the band, and this led to his departure and move to the U.S.A. It was released in the UK on the Parlophone label (R5637) and in the US on the Epic label (10234). While a critical success, the song was a commercial failure by the Hollies' standards prompting them to write and record the more commercial song "Jennifer Eccles" for their next single.
1967 - Parlophone (UK), Epic (USA) - United Kingdom
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