So, let's come out punching......I did a post on the Zombies a month or two ago, always thought they were one of the better British Invasion bands, their singles were edgy, different, and ahead of their times. I think I may have used to have had a copy of this, or perhaps not, I've heard a lot of it, perhaps on latter-day radio broadcasts. Really, really fine stuff, the singles are here (a stellar "She's Not There", multiple versions of "Tell Her No") lots of good, well done cover material from some fine writers (Curtis Mayfield, Carole King, more) .....A TON of most interesting and enjoyable interviews (which I enjoyed nearly as much as the music, sometimes the BBC was wonderful at between-song interviews and the like.
Highly recommended, if you are a Zombies, or of the fine "BBC Radio Sessions" series....this is a fine example of both.
DISC 1-01 Road Runner/02 You make Me Feel Good/03 Wee Baby Blues/04 She's Not There/05 Interview: The Zombies find America/06 What More Can I Do/07 Interview: Before They Were the Zombies/08 Tell her No/09 I;m Going Home/10 For You My Love/11 Interview: Different Instruments/12 Tell her No #2/13 Soulville/14 Rip It Up/15 Interview: The Zombies Go to University/16 Can't Nobody Love You/17 Tell her No #3/18 You Must Believe Me/19 Interview: Globetrotting Zombies/20 Whenever You're Ready/21 Just Out of Reach/22 Just a Little Bit
DISC 2-01 It's All Right/02 Interview: The Zombies Talk About America/03 Will You love Me Tomorrow/
The Lovelight Starts Shining Through Her Eyes/05 If It Don't Work Out/06 Just a Little Bit/07 Interview:
Pop Profile-Colin Bluestone/08 Gotta Get Ahold of Myself/09 Interview:Colin talks About the Continent/10
Goin' Out of My head/11 This Old Heart of Mine Is Weak For You/12 Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever/
13 This Old Heart of Mine (Is Weak For You)/14 Friends of Mine/15 The Look of Love/16 Kenny Everett
Interview & Jingle