“The Zombies” by The Zombies - album review

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TJR says

In January, 1965, the debut Zombies album was rush-released in America by Parrot Records, anxious to capitalize on the success of “She’s Not There” which was a #2 smash hit stateside in the fall of '64. This was 4 months ahead of the UK equivalent, “Begin Here”. Aside from that fine lead single, a hybrid cover of “You Really Got A Hold On Me / Bring It On Home To Me” (The Miracles, 1962 / Sam Cooke, 1962) demonstrates good taste.

The Jukebox Rebel
01-Jan-2010


A1 [02:25] 7.4.png The Zombies - She’s Not There (Rod Argent) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A2 [02:17] 4.6.png The Zombies - Summertime (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, DuBose Heyward) Jazz
A3 [01:53] 5.3.png The Zombies - It’s Alright With Me (Rod Argent) Rock n Roll / Rockabilly
A4 [03:40] 7.7.png The Zombies - You Really Got A Hold On Me / Bring It On Home To Me (Samuel Cook, William Robinson) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A5 [02:05] 4.2.png The Zombies - Sometimes (Rod Argent) Pop
A6 [02:27] 5.4.png The Zombies - Woman (Rod Argent) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
B1 [02:08] 5.0.png The Zombies - Tell Her No (Rod Argent) Pop
B2 [02:07] 5.6.png The Zombies - I Don’t Want To Know (Chris White) Pop
B3 [02:08] 5.9.png The Zombies - Work ‘n’ Play (Ken Jones) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B4 [02:16] 6.0.png The Zombies - Can’t Nobody Love You (Phillip Mitchell) Rock n Roll Ballad
B5 [01:39] 5.8.png The Zombies - What More Can I Do (Chris White) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B6 [03:36] 5.1.png The Zombies - I Got My Mojo Working (Preston Foster) Blues / Rhythm n Blues




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