Christmas Eve 1965, went to my Grandparents house on E66th in Cleveland. My Mom would buy a pack of hydrox vanilla cookies once a week. Between three boys, they lasted about five minutes...and that was it for the week...BUT...at my Grandmother's house...it was right out of a movie, shelf after shelf of sweets! She would let us go nuts! I can close my eyes and see it right now...aaahhhhh. Anyway, I remember this Christmas Eve for a very special reason. It was Cold, and snowy that evening, I can actually smell the winter's air as I type this. We were loaded up with our presents from grandfather and grandmother, and all of the sudden this wonderful sound came out of their fancy hi-fi. I stopped dead as the wonderful guitar gave way to the greatest melody ...and then...THE HARMONIES! I actually refused to move, and I asked my Aunt Pat if that was the Beatles on the radio,[Keep in mind, I'm 7 years old]"No, it's The Hollies",she said. I listened until they played that final wonderful Dm chord, and walked out into that cold super crisp air, arms full of presents, and a new favorite song, "Look Through Any Window" which, to this day, is a Christmas song to me. And I know the EXACT day I first heard it. That's all.