Beschreibung und Texte
Rare find from 1969. Radio loved this one. A song that was probably the most loved, seldom remembered hit, that was never a hit, was Holly Go Softly by an Arizona group called Cornerstone. Holly Go Softly was on Billboard's Bubbling Under chart at #104 starting March 21, 1970. It stayed on that chart for four weeks. The single was on Liberty Records # 56148 and was more upbeat that the almost-ballad Mag-Men version which didn't chart at all.
Holly is co-written by Toni Wine who penned such hits as A Groovy Kind Of Love, Black Pearl, Candida and What Are You Doing Sunday among many others including some she had recorded herself.