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Colin Blunstone

As the lead singer of the Zombies, Blunstone was one of the greatest '60s rock vocalists, pacing the group's minor-key masterpieces with his inimitable choked and breathy vocals. After retiring from the business briefly in the late '60s (to work in the insurance industry, of all things), he went solo in the early '70s with a string of interesting pop/rock albums that were more of an extension of the late Zombies sound than the more well-known work of Argent, the other Zombies spin-off act. The Zombies connection is hardly incidental; chief Zombie songwriters Rod Argent and Chris White gave Blunstone some songs, as did Argent member Russ Ballard, though Blunstone penned much of his material himself. With their moody melodies and Baroque touches of muted keyboards, classical guitars, and inventive string arrangements, his early-'70s albums sometimes sounded like a mellower take on the direction the Zombies pursued with their pop-psychedelic masterwork Odessey and Oracle. Blunstone managed some small British hits with "How Could We Dare Be Wrong," "I Don't Believe in Miracles," and the Top 20 single "Say You Don't Mind," a cover of a tune written and recorded by Denny Laine after he left the Moody Blues and before he joined Wings. Blunstone's first album, One Year (1971), was his best, though the follow-ups Ennismore and Journey also had their moments. ~ Richie Unterberger, Rovi
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Damn, I wanna marry you Colin Blunstone. I wanna record you speak because I love your voice and do things #-#
Listen AND enjoy the ride
Stfu... dont read this my asz. People like u are pathetic.. enjoy the music you eere conceived with and shut up
Don't read this because it actually works. You will be kissed on the nearest Friday by the love if your life. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life. However if you don't post it this you will die in two days. Now you've started reading this so don't stop. This is so scary put on 5 songs in 143 minutes when done press f6 as you lovers name will appear on the screen in big letters this is so scary because it works
Love the song, the Alan Parsons Project and the Zombies though!
Still no update to the bio? It is so wrong to not give any mention of the Alan Parsons Project when this song is on their album Eye in the Sky and he was their lead singer. If you are going to inform the masses, inform them with complete info.
getmad147
Saw the zombies last week on the moody blues cruise... colin still sounds amazing!
swgaar
One Year is beyond excellent!!
kevinjonesro c k s at youtube
This guys amazing !
irishchristi n e 6 1
I thought this was a new song with a vintage feel. i like it.
I agree with Rob...add his Alan Parsons work. Old & Wise, the first song Pandora offered, is afterall one of their songs.
14739578
Yes old and wise was on the Eye in the SKY CD the last song
I included Colin on my Parsons stations because he WAS one of the Project's vocalists. Major goof!
I had to check his bio out because Pandora played the song Old & Wise and I realized it wasn't saying it was by Alan Parson's. But it sounded like Alan Parson's so I wanted to see if he was from the group but didn't see any mention of it in his bio. Thanks to a couple of you below I now know he was!
Where is the Alan Parson's Project. He was a lead singer in the group.
jayjaynng
In the past few years, Blunstone and Argent have reunited and produced two albums; one under their own names, and one as "The Zombies". They've done a bit of touring and reunited the original Zombies line-up (except for guitarist Paul Atkins who had passed away,) and performed the "Odessey and Oracle" album live on stage for the first time ever.
What? No mention of his work Alan Parsons? I beg you, Mr. Unterberger to amend your bio of Mr. Blunstone!
I was a Zombies fan from the time I was old enough to know about them. I've only recently got interested in Colins solo work

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