When Graham Nash left The Hollies in 1968, the close-harmony vocals were completed by Terry Sylvester, his replacement in the group. The Hollies chapter two was born and resulted in several hits in the late sixties and the seventies. This album contains 20 fantastic songs, most of them written by Allan Clarke, Terry Sylvester and Tony Hicks and taken from their albums released from 1969 onwards. The biggest hit for The Hollies is written by Albert Hammond and Mike Hazelwood. The magic of The Air That I Breathe was created by the voices of Clarke, Sylvester and Hicks make this song an alltime classic. Today many people are still asking for classic Hollies' songs such as My Island and Love Is The Thing and for them and all the people who love that great Hollies' sound is this CD, compiled to make a difference to the greatest hits compilations around the world.
To reach the sky you need to start on the ground. Join Moose Peterson at the Minot Aero Center in North Dakota where he teaches you how to how to enter into the exciting world of air to air photography. From building up your gear kit to the importance of establishing yourself as a true professional, Moose shows you what you need to know to start making connections with pilots, building those relationships, and then learning how to prepare for a shoot on the ground long before you head up into the sky. In the end it is all about telling a story with your photographs, but to get the most out of the limited time you are in the air you need to understand the ins and outs of the photo platforms you are likely to encounter, how to visualize the light falling on the aircraft during the different stages of the photo mission, how to communicate with your pilots, and so much more. Join Moose for the inside scoop so that you'll be ready to get started with confidence.