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The Zombies

Aside from the Beatles and perhaps the Beach Boys, no mid-'60s rock group wrote melodies as gorgeous as those of the Zombies. Dominated by Colin Blunstone's breathy vocals, choral backup harmonies, and Rod Argent's shining jazz- and classical-influenced organ and piano, the band sounded utterly unique for its era. Indeed, the Zombies' material -- penned by either Argent or guitarist Chris White, with unexpected shifts from major to minor keys -- was perhaps too adventurous for the singles market. To this day, they're known primarily for their three big hit singles, "She's Not There" (1964), "Tell Her No" (1965), and "Time of the Season" (1969). Most listeners remain unaware that the group maintained a remarkably high quality of work for several years.

The Zombies formed in the London suburb of St. Albans in the early '60s, and didn't actually entertain serious professional ambitions until they won a local contest, the prize being an opportunity to record a demo for consideration at major labels. Argent's composition "She's Not There" got them a deal with Decca, and the song ended up being their debut release. It was a remarkably confident and original first-time effort, with a great minor melody and the organ, harmonies, and urgent, almost neurotic vocals that would typify much of their work. It did well enough in Britain (making the Top 20), but did even better in the States, where it went to number two.

In fact, throughout their career, the Zombies would experience a lot more success across the waters than they did at home. In early 1965, another piece of classic British Invasion pop, "Tell Her No," went into the Top Ten. Yet that was as much Top 40 success as the group would have for several years. The tragedy was that throughout 1965 and 1966, the Zombies released a string of equally fine, intricately arranged singles that flopped commercially, at a time in which the chart success of 45s was a lot more important to sustain a band's livelihood than it would be a few years down the road. "Remember When I Loved Her," "I Want You Back Again," "Indication," "She's Coming Home," "Whenever You're Ready," "Gotta Get a Hold of Myself," "I Must Move," "Remember You," "Just Out of Reach," "How We Were Before" -- all are lost classics, some relegated to B-sides that went virtually unheard, all showing the group eager to try new ideas and expand its approaches. What's worse, the lack of a big single denied the group opportunities to record albums -- only one LP, rushed out to capitalize on the success of "She's Not There," would appear before 1968.

Their failure to achieve more widespread success is a bit mystifying, perhaps explained by a few factors. While undeniably pop-based, their original compositions and arrangements were in some senses too adventurous for the radio. "Indication," for instance, winds down with a lengthy, torturous swirl of bitter organ solos and wordless, windblown vocals; "Remember When I Loved Her," despite its beautiful melody, has downbeat lyrics that are almost morbid; "I Want You Back Again" is arranged like a jazz waltz, with the sorts of sudden stops, tempo shifts, and lengthy minor organ solos found in a lot of their tunes. The Zombies were also, perhaps unfairly, saddled with a somewhat square image; much was made of their formidable scholastic record, and they most definitely did not align themselves with the R&B-based school of British bands, preferring more subtle and tuneful territory.

By 1967, the group hadn't had a hit for quite some time, and reckoned it was time to pack it in. Their Decca contract expired early in the year, and the Zombies signed with CBS for one last album, knowing before the sessions that it was to be their last. A limited budget precluded the use of many session musicians, which actually worked to the Zombies' advantage, as they became among the first to utilize the then-novel Mellotron to emulate strings and horns.

Odessey and Oracle was their only cohesive full-length platter (the first album was largely pasted together from singles and covers). A near-masterpiece of pop/psychedelia, it showed the group reaching new levels of sophistication in composition and performance, finally branching out beyond strictly romantic themes into more varied lyrical territory. The album passed virtually unnoticed in Britain, and was only released in the States after some lobbying from Al Kooper. By that time it was 1968, and the group had split for good.

The Zombies had been defunct for some time when one of the tracks from Odessey, "Time of the Season," was released as a single, almost as an afterthought. It took off in early 1969 to become their biggest hit, but the members resisted temptations to re-form, leading to a couple of bizarre tours in the late '60s by bogus "Zombies" with no relation to the original group. By this time, Rod Argent was already recording as the leader of Argent, which went in a harder rock direction than the Zombies. After a spell as an insurance clerk, Colin Blunstone had some success (more in Britain than America) in the early '70s as a solo vocalist, with material that often amounted to soft rock variations on the Zombies sound.

Much more influential than their commercial success would indicate, echoes of the Zombies' innovations can be heard in the Doors, the Byrds, the Left Banke, the Kinks, and many others. After a long period during which most of their work was out of print, virtually all of their recordings have been restored to availability on CD. Blunstone and Argent reunited for an album, Out of the Shadows, and toured together in 2003 as Blunstone & Argent, playing live shows into 2004 when they began gigging again as the Zombies, with an album and DVD set, Live at the Bloomsbury Theatre, appearing under that name in 2005. To honor the 40th anniversary of Odessey and Oracle, the four surviving original members of the group reunited for a series of three concerts at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire Theatre in March of 2008, with a CD and DVD set of the shows hitting the market later that summer. A new studio album, Breathe Out, Breathe In, attributed to the Zombies featuring Colin Blunstone & Rod Argent, appeared in 2011. The moniker was pared down to the Zombies for 2015's Still Got That Hunger, an album of new tunes from a lineup anchored by Argent and Blunstone and featuring guitarist Tom Toomey, bassist Jim Rodford, and drummer Steve Rodford. The Still Got That Hunger lineup toured in tandem with the Argent, Blunstone, White, and Grundy edition, presenting a show in which the original members performed Odessey and Oracle in full, followed by a set of new material from the most recent lineup. ~ Richie Unterberger & Steve Leggett
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: The Zombies

1. She's Not There

2. Summertime

3. It's Alright With Me

4. You've Really Got A Hold On Me

5. Sometimes

6. Woman

7. Tell Her No

8. I Don't Want To Know

9. Work 'N' Play

10. Can't Nobody Love You

11. What More Can I Do

12. I Got My Mojo Working

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Track List: Bunny Lake Is Missing (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

4. Nothing's Changed

5. Just Out Of Reach

6. Remember You

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Track List: Still Got That Hunger

1. Moving On

2. Chasing The Past

3. Edge Of The Rainbow

4. New York

5. I Want You Back Again (2015)

6. And We Were Young Again

7. Maybe Tomorrow

8. Never Get Over You

9. Little One

10. Beyond The Borderline

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Track List: I Want You Back Again (2015) (Single)

1. I Want You Back Again (2015)

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Track List: Moving On (Single)

1. Moving On

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Track List: Live In The UK

1. Time Of The Season (Live 2013)

2. Can't Nobody Love You (Live 2013)

3. Breathe Out, Breathe In (Live 2013)

4. I Love You (Live 2013)

5. A Rose For Emily (Live 2013)

6. Care Of Cell 44 (Live 2013)

7. This Will Be Our Year (Live 2013)

8. Tell Her No (Live 2013)

9. Hold Your Head Up (Live 2013)

10. She's Not There (Live 2013)

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Track List: Time Of The Season / She's Not There

1. Time Of The Season

2. She's Not There

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Track List: Odessey & Oracle - 40th Anniversary Concert

1. Care Of Cell 44

2. A Rose For Emily

3. Maybe After He's Gone

4. Beechwood Park

5. Brief Candles

6. Hung Up On A Dream

7. Changes

8. I Want Her, She Wants Me

9. This Will Be Our Year

10. Butcher's Tale

11. Friends Of Mine

12. Time Of The Season

13. Tell Her No

14. She's Not There

15. I Love You

16. Sticks And Stones

17. Can't Nobody Love You

18. What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted

19. Misty Roses

20. Her Song

21. Say You Don't Mind

22. Keep On Rolling

23. Hold Your Head Up

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Track List: Breathe Out, Breathe In

1. Breathe Out, Breathe In

2. Any Other Way

3. Play For Real

4. Shine On Sunshine

5. Show Me The Way

6. A Moment In Time

7. Christmas For The Free

8. Another Day

9. I Do Believe

10. Let It Go

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Track List: New World (Deluxe Version)

1. New World (My America)

2. Love Breaks Down

3. I Can't Be Wrong

4. Lula Lula

5. Heaven's Gate

6. Time Of The Season (1991)

7. Monday Morning Dance

8. Blue

9. Nights On Fire

10. Losing You

11. Alone In Paradise

12. Knowing You

13. Love Conquers All

14. Lula Lula (1978 Demo)

15. When My Boat Comes In (1978 Demo)

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Track List: The Original Studio Recordings, Vol. 3

1. Sticks And Stones

2. I Got My Mojo Working

3. Conversation Off Floral Street

4. Beechwood Park

5. Don't Cry For Me (Undubbed Version)

6. Don't Go Away

7. Friends Of Mine

8. Girl Help Me

9. Going Out Of My Head

10. Gotta Get A Hold Of Myself

11. How We Were Before

12. Hung Up On A Dream

13. I Can't Make Up My Mind

14. I Could Spend The Day

15. I Don't Want To Know

16. I Know She Will

17. I Love You

18. I Must Move

19. I Want Her She Wants Me

20. I Want You Back Again

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Track List: The Original Studio Recordings, Vol. 4

1. Time Of The Season (US Radio Spot)

2. Time Of The Season

3. This Will Be Our Year (Mono Version)

4. Remember You

5. Prison Song (Care Of Cell 44) (Backing Version)

6. Maybe After He's Gone

7. I'll Keep Trying

8. I'll Call You Mine (Overdubbed Version)

9. I Want Her She Wants Me (Mono Version)

10. I Know She Will (Undubbed Version)

11. Hung Up On A Dream

12. Friends Of Mine

13. Butchers Tale (Western Front 1914)

14. Brief Candles

15. Beechwood Park

16. Remember You (Original Soundtrack Version)

17. A Rose For Emily (Alternative Mix 2)

18. Call Of The Night

19. Out Of The Day

20. This Will Be Our Year (Demo Version)

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Track List: The Original Studio Recordings (Volume Two)

1. Brief Candles

2. Can't Nobody Love You

3. Care Of Cell 44

4. Changes

5. I'll Call You Mine

6. I'll Keep Trying

7. I'm Going Home

8. If It Don't Work Out (Undubbed Version)

9. Imagine The Swan

10. Indication

11. Is This The Dream

12. It's Alright With Me

13. Just Out Of Reach

14. Kind Of Girl

15. Leave Me Be

16. Maybe After He's Gone

17. Nothing's Changed

18. I Remember When I Loved Her

19. Remember You

20. Time Of The Season (Alternate Mix)

21. You've Really Got A Hold On Me

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Track List: The Original Studio Recordings, Vol. 1

1. Time Of The Season

2. You Make Me Feel Good

3. Woman

4. Whenever You're Ready

5. What More Can I Do

6. The Way I Feel Inside

7. Walking In The Sun

8. This Will Be Our Year

9. Smokey Day

10. Tell Her No

11. Summertime

12. Sometimes

13. She's Not There

14. She's Coming Home

15. She Loves The Way They Love Her

16. She Does Everything For Me

17. A Rose For Emily

18. A Rose For Emily (Alternative Mix 2)

19. Road Runner

20. Work 'n' Play

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Track List: Live At The Bloomsbury Theatre, London

Disc 1

2. This Will Be Our Year (Live)

3. I Love You (Live)

4. What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted (Live)

6. A Rose For Emily (Live)

7. Beechwood Park (Live)

8. Time Of The Season (Live)

11. Keep On Rolling (Live)

12. Hold Your Head Up (Live)

Disc 2

3. Say You Don't Mind (Live)

4. Misty Roses (Live)

7. Care Of Cell 44 (Live)

9. Tell Her No (Live)

10. She's Not There (Live)

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Track List: As Far As I Can See

1. In My Mind A Miracle

2. Memphis

3. Southside Of The Street

4. I Want To Fly

5. Time To Move

6. I Don't Believe In Miracles

7. As Far As I Can See

8. With You Not Here

9. Wings Against The Sun

10. Together

11. Look For A Better Way

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Track List: The Singles As & Bs

Disc 1

1. She's Not There

2. You Make Me Feel Good

3. Leave Me Be

4. Woman

5. Tell Her No

6. What More Can I Do

7. She's Coming Home

8. I Must Move

9. I Want You Back Again

10. I Remember When I Loved Her

11. Whenever You're Ready

12. I Love You

13. Is This The Dream

14. Don't Go Away

15. Remember You

16. Just Out Of Reach

17. Indication

18. How We Were Before

19. Gotta Get A Hold Of Myself

20. The Way I Feel Inside

22. She Does Everything For Me

Disc 2

1. Friends Of Mine

2. Beechwood Park

3. This Will Be Our Year

4. Butcher's Tale (Western Front 1914)

5. Care Of Cell 44

6. Maybe After He's Gone

7. Time Of The Season

8. I'll Call You Mine

9. Imagine The Swan

10. Conversation Off Floral Street

11. If It Don't Work Out

12. I Know She Will

13. Don't Cry For Me

15. Kind Of Girl

16. Sometimes

17. It's Alright With Me

18. Summertime

19. Nothing's Changed

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Track List: Absolutely The Best

1. She's Not There

2. Leave Me Be

3. Tell Her No

4. The Way I Feel Inside

5. She's Coming Home

6. Nothing's Changed

7. I Want You Back Again

8. Whenever You're Ready

9. If It Don't Work Out

10. I Love You

11. Is This The Dream

12. Remember You

13. Just Out Of Reach

14. Gotta Get A Hold Of Myself

15. Time Of The Season

16. Imagine The Swan

x

Track List: New World

1. New World (My America)

2. Love Breaks Down

3. I Can't Be Wrong

4. Lula Lula

5. Heaven's Gate

6. Time Of The Season (Re-Record)

7. Monday Morning Dance

8. Blue

9. Nights On Fire

10. Losing You

11. Alone In Paradise

12. Knowing You

13. Love Conquers All

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Track List: The Singles Collection: As And Bs 1964-1969

1. She's Not There

2. You Make Me Feel Good

3. Leave Me Be

4. Woman

5. Tell Her No

6. What More Can I Do

7. She's Coming Home

8. I Must Move

9. Whenever You're Ready

10. I Love You

11. Is This The Dream

12. Don't Go Away

13. Remember You

14. Just Out Of Reach

15. Indication

16. How We Were Before

17. Gotta Get A Hold Of Myself

18. The Way I Feel Inside

20. She Does Everything For Me

21. Friends Of Mine

22. Beechwood Park

23. Care Of Cell 44

24. Maybe After He's Gone

26. I'll Call You Mine

27. Imagine The Swan

28. Conversation Off Floral Street

x

Track List: She's Not There (Single)

1. She's Not There

x

Track List: Begin Here

1. Road Runner

2. Summertime

4. The Way I Feel Inside

5. Work 'N' Play

7. She's Not There

8. Sticks And Stones

9. Can't Nobody Love You

10. Woman

11. I Don't Want To Know

12. I Remember When I Loved Her

13. What More Can I Do

14. I Got My Mojo Working

15. It's Alright With Me

16. Sometimes

17. Kind Of Girl

18. Tell Her No

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Awesome song never gets old
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I wish Pandora would play the original version from the 60's.
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Rod argent is an under rated keyboard player
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Rod is up there that is I mean great key player
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The best years of my life awesome�����
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What's your name? Are you rich ?
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This song by the Zombies, a great song! I listened to this song in the seventies,
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Psychedelic fun music. I love it Love it
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⚡️♦️⚡️♦️⚡️♦️
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5:20
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That wasn't love :/
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wow.. can u remember when love was free ?.....me either
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Love the Zombies. Great 60s music I tend to venture at times
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So dreamy
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Groovy man✌️
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Radiate Positivity ✌️
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I love the time of the session
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Blood runs wild Everytime I'm with you lol
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Groovy hippy music by the Zombies
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One thing I can say is that this music makes me happy.
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Makes me think how fast my life went by with all my oldies songs !!!
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Makes me feel 14 again!
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Based on your literary skills, I'd say the, understandin g what is being song(sang) in rap, is a personal problem.
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Love the music of the late 50/60/70's when u could join in and sing with the music.the music helped me get through vietnam and then some.if u cant sing to the music or understand what is being song its not music.sorry rap and all the other stuff out there.
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EXCELLANT
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Great music without screaming and shouting
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Love the sixties and seventies wish we could go back we were not near as bad off as we are now yes Vietnam was going on but now we have many many wars getting started
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Love this song got my son and four stepchildren and two listening to the sixties and seventies love it
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Love this song. The 60's had some awesome songs.
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I love your song a lot ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
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Love it♡♡♡
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Today is the perfect day for TIME OF THE SEASON, getting our first measurable snowfall of this year!!! Boy, those really were good ole days listening to such classic tunes.
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What a song,when I was young in the 60's!!!!
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Let's Ride!
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He is not rich like you. Sometimes, I wish...
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Was the Tim then .hard to find Placed like back then to get away rivers creeks, warm water like havasu,color a d o river
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Never have loved a song as much as season nostalgic of my 60s loves
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Oh l just realized that 4:20 just passed
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Nice song zombies scared of you
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Come by
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My favorite song when I was 14 showing my age lol
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Same as beccaein
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