FlinterFile: Alides Hidding- Hollywood Seven
In 1980, Alides Hidding had his first hit. The song was written by Harry Lloyd and Gloria Sklerov in 1976 for Terry Jacks, who just had the hit Seasons In The Sun. On the way home, Gloria Sklerov saw a motel called Hollywood Eight. With Harry Lloyd, they changed their title to sing it better. However, it never was recorded by Terry Jacks, but it ended by Jon English. Alides Hidding’s version was especially a Dutch hit, reaching number 25 in the charts. After this success, Hidding carried on with his band the Time Bandits, with which he had several hits. After that, he started writing hits for artists such as Dan Hartman and Jennifer Rush. Enjoy
Alides Hidding- Hollywood Seven
Posted on October 11, 2015, in 1980-1989, FlinterFiles and tagged 1980, alides hidding, dutch, eighties, FlinterFiles, gloria sklerov, harry lloyd, hit, hollywood seven, jon english, Music, one hit wonder, terry jacks, time bandits. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.