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The Zombies - Live In The UK album mp3

  • Performer: The Zombies
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Live In The UK
  • Released: 2013
  • Style: Psychedelic Rock
  • MP3 version size: 1319 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1546 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
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The Zombies' first UK album, Begin Here (1965) was an interesting mix of original songs and rhythm and blues cover versions. Of the eight original tracks, Rod Argent supplied the big attraction, "She's Not There", the upbeat "Woman", the atmospheric "I Remember When I Loved Her", plus "The Way I Feel Inside" which, at 1:28, was the shortest track on the album. The Zombies toured the US in the fall of 2015 to promote Still Got That Hunger and were again joined by surviving former members White and Grundy, along with keyboardist Darian Sahanaja, and White's wife Viv Boucherat (on backing vocals) to play the entire Odessey & Oracle album

The album has another special connection to The Zombies’ storied past. Blunstone and Argent recently played a benefit concert at the Los Angeles House of Blues to honor their friend and bandmate, who sadly died prior to the album’s American release. They played live dates in the UK in 2009 and again in 2010, also touring that year in France, Spain, and the USA. They kicked off a successful . tour in September, 2011 and returned in the summer of 2012, to even larger and more enthusiastic audiences. It rocked – Vanity Fair. Triumphant – Creative Loafing.

They recorded a non-Zombies album together called Out of the Shadows in 2002; then, in 2004, released the excrecable As Far as I Can See under their old band name. The band sounds reasonably good. Blunstone's voice has been pretty much untouched by time, hitting the dizzying falsettos of "Say You Don't Mind" off his solo record One Year without any strain at all. Argent's keyboard work is still distinctive and good, as on the swelling organ solo in opening cut "Andorra". They're the only two original Zombies, however. The later songs are sentimental, awful tripe compared to what the Zombies did in the 1960s. Live at Bloomsbury Theater simply confirms that at some point in the 1970s, Blunstone and Argent transformed from Zombies into the walking dead.

Time of the Season, She's Not There. Odessey & Oracle - 40th Anniversary Concert. Live in the UK. The Zombies. Live In Concert at Metropolis Studios, London. The Zombies, Colin Blunstone, Rod Argent. Colin Blunstone & Rod Argent. Breathe Out, Breathe In. She's Not There, Time Of The Season.

We did the album because it was in the air that the Zombies might split up. really for commercial reasons, he explains. With a limited budget and Geoff Emerick, fresh from recording Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, on board as engineer, the 12-song chamber-pop album Odessey and Oracle was recorded within three months. After the first single, Care of Cell 44, was pushed down the chute with little reaction, both guitarist Atkinson and singer Blunstone told Argent, Look, we need to make some money. I was always proud and grateful of what the Zombies did, but that was the past to me, says Argent, who scored a Top 10 hit in 1972 with Hold Your Head Up and then continued on as a session man, playing piano for some of the Who’s Who Are You sessions and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Variations. White and Blunstone continued as solo artists.

Not Now. About the zombies.

However, no one in the record business will ever pass on an opportunity to follow up a hit, and since original members Rod Argent (keyboards) and Chris White (bass) had been writing songs together with a new group in mind, it took only so much persuading to get them to cut a few singles under the name the Zombies, most patterned after the.

The Zombies's first UK album, Begin Here (1965) was an equal mix of original songs and rhythm and blues cover versions. While continuing recording in 1965-66 and trying to achieve chart success, they recorded enough material for a follow-up album, but the lack of chart success kept most of those tracks from being issued. In 1967, the Zombies signed a recording contract with CBS Records for whom they recorded the album Odessey and Oracle ( odyssey was accidentally misspelled by Terry Quirk, an art teacher who designed the cover). In 2005, Blunstone and Argent released a DVD and 2-CD album ( Live at the Bloomsbury Theatre ) and continued touring with the Zombies. To mark the 40th anniversary of Odessey and Oracle, the four surviving original members of the Zombies participated in a three-night series of concerts at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire Theatre between 7 and 9 March 2008.


1 Time Of The Season
2 Can't Nobody Love You
3 Breathe Out, Breathe In
4 I Love You
5 A Rose For Emily
6 Care Of Cell 44
7 This Will Be Our Year
8 Tell Her No
9 Hold Your Head Up
10 She's Not There


  • Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals – Jim Rodford
  • Drums – Steve Rodford
  • Guitar, Backing Vocals – Tom Toomey
  • Keyboards, Backing Vocals – Rod Argent
  • Vocals – Colin Blunstone

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