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    The Zombies - Time Of The Season official

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    It's the time of the season
    When love runs high
    In this time, give it to me easy
    And let me try with pleasured hands

    To take you in the sun to promised lands
    To show you every one
    It's the time of the season for loving

    What's your name?
    Who's your daddy?
    Is he rich like me?
    Has he taken any time
    To show you what you need to live?

    Tell it to me slowly
    Tell you what I really want to know
    It's the time of the season for loving

    What's your name?
    Who's your daddy?
    Is he rich like me?
    Has he taken any time
    To show you what you need to live?

    Tell it to me slowly
    Tell you what I really want to know
    It's the time of the season for loving

    Time of the Season is a song by The Zombies, featured on their 1968 album Odessey and Oracle. It was written by keyboard player Rod Argent and recorded at Abbey Road Studios in August 1967.

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    The Zombies - Summertime

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    Shindig! 1965.

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    Zombies - Time Of The Season

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    Record released in 1968.

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    Tell Her No - The Zombies

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    Tell Her No, by The Zombies. Appeared on their 1965 album, The Zombies.

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    The Cranberries - Zombie

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    Music video by The Cranberries performing Zombie. (C) 1994 The Island Def Jam Music Group

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    The Zombies - The Way I feel Inside

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    The Zombies - Shes not there

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    This great song by The Zombies was released in 1964 and was their debut single which reached number 12 in the UK charts.

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    The Zombies- Gotta Get A Hold Of Myself Live and In Color! 1966

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    Here are the Zombies (in the only color footage of the group known to exist from this era) from the Hippodrome show during the summer of 1966. Reelin' In The Years Productions now represents all of the musical footage from the Hippodrome, which was a summer replacement series for the Red Skelton Hour. Some of the other artists who appeared on the show's short run are the Dave Clark Five, The Animals, Dusty Springfield, The Everly Brothers, The Searchers, Gerry & the Pacemakers, Trini Lopez and Freddie & the Dreamers.

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    The Zombies - Time Of The Season HQ

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    1969 is a year I have not featured much of late, at least regarding Top 40 hits, and I don't know why as it was probably one of my favorite 60's years. The last music videos I did of HIT SONGS from 1969 was This Magic Moment by Jay & The Americans and My Cherie Amour by Stevie Wonder. All the more curious this choice as technically, it and the album it appeared on, were actually recorded in 1967. Highly confused was I at age 15 when Time Of The Season by The Zombies became a major hit here in the United States and I purchased the LP, Odessey And Oracle. The year stamped on the album, 1967, I took to be a misprint. How surprising to discover this gem among record albums, one of the most perfect non-Beatles albums ever made, was a sleeper and actually released in the UK in early 1968. It was not often at that time for a nearly two-year-old song to climb to #1 on Top 40 radio (#1 on Cash Box, #3 on Billboard, March 29, 1969). But that was not the only quirky thing about UK albums: most of the Beatles' songs were out of sequence, missing, or on the wrong albums when released in the US by Capitol Records.

    So, from our perspective here in America, Time Of The Season was a 1969 song ... which is why that is the year I have next to the title. As far as Zombies songs go, this one really lived up to their image. The jungle voodoo beat was absolutely perfect for a song by a group called The Zombies. And images of drums, tropical settings at night, dancing around a fire, voluptuous women, full moons, and the like were hardwired right into my brain whenever I heard this most cool song. It is little wonder, then, the kind of film footages I used for this music video of Time Of The Season. It is well-choreographed and I hope you enjoy it.

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    The Zombies - Tell Her No

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    The Zombies - Time of the Season 2011

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    The Zombies - Shes Not There

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    Live on Hullabaloo TV Show, 1965.
    Unlike other versions of this video on Youtube, this version has the studio track (In Sync) without the canned audience foley or the television intro.

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    The Zombies - I Love You

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    *STEREO*. The Zombies sing I Love You, a B-side from 1965.

    I am very grateful to AcesHigh1916 for use of the video clip.

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    Shes Not There THE ZOMBIES 10-14-2015 Carnegie Music Library Munhall Homestead Pa

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    Final Song. Reprise of She's Not There. Rod Argent gives a nice intro to the song. Colin Blunstone sings as he did as a youth. This was a fantastic show and I had to shoot undercover as the venue has their own policy regardless of the band allowing video. She's Not There THE ZOMBIES 10-14-2015 Carnegie Music Library Munhall Pa

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    The Zombies - The Way I Feel Inside

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    The Zombies - The Way I Feel Inside

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    The Zombies - The Look of Love

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    The Zombies covering The Look of Love on a BBC special. This song appears on the fourth disc of Zombie Heaven.

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    Will you still love me tomorrow - The Zombies, BBC version

    2:42

    Nice version of this classic song, by the zombies.

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    The Zombies- Going Out of My Head

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    Studio track of The Zombies covering Little Anthony and the Imperials 'Going out of My Head'. From a Japanese EP???

    The most superior cover.

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    The Zombies - Shes Not There

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    Visit oldiesmusiconline.blogspot.com for more great oldies stuff! In the midst of the British Invasion came The Zombies with their huge hit She's Not There. One of the very best bands, they're still performing today.
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    The Top 10 songs by the Zombies

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    1 she's not there
    2 time of the season
    3 i want her she wants me
    4 care of cell 44
    5 a rose for emily
    6 beechwood park
    7 brief candles
    8 changes
    9 this will be our year
    10 tell her no

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    The Zombies - Time Of The Season

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    presents The Zombies performing Time Of The Season live from Mellow Johnny's Bike Shop in Austin, TX during SXSW 2013. Recorded March 16th, 2013.

    Host: Kevin Cole
    Audio Engineer: Dale Hanson
    Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Shelly Corbett, Scott Holpainen
    Editor: Scott Holpainen

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    Summertime - The Zombies

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    summertime by the zombies

    i love this song. :D favourite cover of George Gershwin's classic.

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    A rose for Emily - The Zombies

    2:20

    A haunting track from 'Odessey and Oracle'

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    The Zombies - Care Of Cell 44

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    The official lyric video for Care Of Cell 44 by The Zombies off the album Odessey and Oracle.


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    LYRICS:
    Good morning to you, I hope you’re feeling better, baby
    Thinking of me while you are far away
    Counting the days until they set you free again
    Writing this letter hoping you’re ok

    Saved you the room you used to stay in every Sunday
    The one that is warmed by sunshine every day
    And we’ll get to know each other for a second time
    And then you can tell me ‘bout your prison stay

    Mmm…mmm

    Feel so good, you’re coming home soon!

    It’s gonna be good to have you back again with me
    Watching the laughter play around your eyes
    Come up and fetch you, saved up for the train fare money
    Kiss and make up and it will be so nice…

    Mmm…mmm

    Feel so good, you’re coming home soon!

    We’ll walk in the way we used to walk
    And it could be so nice
    We’ll talk in the way we used to talk
    And it could be so nice

    It’s gonna be good to have you back again with me
    Watching the laughter play around your eyes
    Come up and fetch you, saved up for the train fare money
    Kiss and make up and it will be so nice…

    Mmm…mmm

    Feel so good, you’re coming home soon!
    Mmm…mmm
    Feel so good, you’re coming home soon.
    Mmm…mmm

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    The Zombies Time of the Season

    3:34

    Odessey And Oracle (1968) - Lyrics on the screen

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    Attack of the Zombie Trombones Larry Neeck

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    Attack of the Zombie Trombones
    Larry Neeck
    Released: 2016
    Grade: 1½
    Performance Time: 2:33
    Series: Rising Band
    They’re alive!! The zombies are taking over the band, and they’ve started with your trombone section! This clever piece combines special percussion and wind effects, haunting melodies, and a relentless beat, to provide a dramatic and effective change of pace for your next concert. Frighteningly fun, “Attack of the Zombie Trombones” will be a hit with students and audiences alike.

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    Zombies - Shes Not There 1964

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    The Zombies - Walking In The Sun

    2:41

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    Shes Not There in the Style of The Zombies karaoke video with lyrics

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    Zombie- The Cranberries with lyrics Cover by MX40

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    I LOVE YOU - The Zombies

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    The Zombies-Cant Nobody Love You from Begin Here

    2:16

    Begin Here is the debut album The Zombies, released in March 1965. The American version (titled The Zombies) repeated many of the tracks from it, but, as was common in those days, deleted some cuts and substituted some others.

    The 1999 CD reissue on Big Beat expands the track lineup substantially with the addition of three songs from their 1965 UK EP The Zombies and alternate takes of Sticks and Stones and It's Alright With Me, as well as demos of I Know She Will and I'll Keep Trying. The demos of these last two tunes don't have the overdubs on the versions available on other albums.

    The group formed in 1962 in St Albans, Hertfordshire. The band was formed while the members were at school. Rod Argent, Paul Atkinson and Hugh Grundy were at St Albans School, while Colin Blunstone and Chris White were students at St Albans Boys' Grammar School.

    Their choice of names was out of desperation, and the Zombies won out over Chatterley and the Gamekeepers, according to Blunstone and White. After winning a beat-group competition sponsored by the London Evening News, they signed to Decca and recorded their first hit, She's Not There (Argent's second song, written specifically for this session). It was released in mid-1964 and peaked at number 12 in the UK, their only UK Top 40 hit. This minor-key, jazz-tinged number, distinguished by its musicianship and Blunstone's breathy vocal, was unlike anything heard in British rock at the time. It was first aired in the United States in early August 1964 on New York City rock station WINS by Stan Z. Burns, who debuted the song on his daily noontime Hot Spot. The tune began to catch on in early fall and eventually climbed to No.2 in early December.

    Like many other British Invasion groups, the Zombies were sent to the United States to tour behind their new hit single. Among their early U.S. gigs were Murray the K's Christmas shows at the Brooklyn Fox Theatre, where the band played seven performances a day. On January 12, 1965 the band made their first in-person appearance on U.S. television, on the first episode of NBC's Hullabaloo. They played She's Not There (and their latest single Tell Her No) to a screaming hysterical audience full of teenage girls.

    After the follow-up single to She's Not There, Leave Me Be, stiffed in the UK (and was not issued as a single in the US, though it was on the B side of Tell Her No), Rod Argent's Tell Her No became another big seller in the United States, peaking at No.6 on the Billboard Hot 100 in March. However, Tell Her No failed to make the Top 40 in the band's native UK. Subsequent recordings such as She's Coming Home, Whenever You're Ready, Is This the Dream, Indication and Gotta Get a Hold of Myself failed to achieve the success of the previous two singles (although the Zombies had continued success in Scandinavia and the Philippines). A song by The Zombies which was only released as a B-side (to Whenever You're Ready) in the US and the UK in 1965, I Love You, subsequently became a sizeable hit for People! in the United States in 1968.

    The Zombies first UK LP, Begin Here, was an equal mix of original songs and R&B covers. 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 to CBS Records, for whom they recorded the album Odessey and Oracle (The word odyssey was misspelled by cover designers). Because the band's budget could not cover session musicians, they used a Mellotron, a device designed to imitate orchestral sections.

    By the time Odessey and Oracle was released in April 1968, the group had disbanded (in December 1967). The album sold poorly and was only given a US release because musician Al Kooper, then signed to Columbia Records, convinced his label of the album's merits. An album track, Time of the Season, written by Argent, was released as a single and eventually (1969) became a nationwide hit (Billboard Hot 100 peak position: No.3).

    During 1968, Rod Argent and Chris White began working on material for a possible new band when they were approached by CBS to do another Zombies album. Several new tracks were cut with a line-up of Argent, Hugh Grundy, Jim Rodford (bass) and Rick Birkett (guitar), which were paired with some old Decca out-takes and demos. Unfortunately the album, scheduled for release in 1969, was cancelled and only a couple of the songs, Imagine the Swan (one of the newly recorded songs) and If It Don't Work Out (a demo of a song that Dusty Springfield recorded and released in 1965) were put out as singles instead (some of this material was released on several compilation albums during the 70s and the 80s and the album, titled R.I.P., did finally get a release in Japan in 2008).

    Source: Wikipedia

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    The Zombies-Kind Of Girl

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    From the Zombie Heaven CD.

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    The Zombies - Chasing the Past

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    The Zombies feat. Colin Blunstone & Rod Argent - Time Of The Season

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    In January 2011 The Zombies performed a superb set to 120 enraptured guests packed into Metropolis Studios in West London. Led by founder members Colin Blunstone and Rod Argent, the group performed a veritable 'Best Of' the Zombies (She's Not There, Time Of the Season, much of Odessey & Oracle) and Argent (Hold Your Head Up) as well as Colin Blunstone's solo work.
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    The Zombies - A Rose For Emily

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    The Zombies - Shes Not There - Live - Flower Power Cruise 2017

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    The Zombies performing their big hit, She's Not There live on the Flower Power Cruise 2017!

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    Time Of The Season by The Zombies

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    A karaoke song with lyrics by The Zombies

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    Time Of The Season in the Style of The Zombies with lyrics

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    The Zombies - Its Alright With Me

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    If you wanna mess around, just stay away from my door
    I've got a leak in my bucket & a great big hole in my floor
    But if you wanna stay around & love me
    You know it's all right with me

    I've got no money, can't afford no big black car
    My bank account won't see me very far
    But if you wanna stay around & love me
    You know it's all right with me

    I'm sick & tired of bein' on my own
    But you know, I'll take nobody who's gonna leave me tired & alone

    (instrumental)

    So you see, I can only offer a man that's poor
    With frost & that & trouble at my door
    But if you wanna stay around & love me
    You know it's all right with me

    Ooo ooo ooo ooo, ooo ooo ooo ooo

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    Woman - The Zombies

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    Woman by The Zombies (1964 UK 45)

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    BORGORE & SIKDOPE - Unicorn Zombie Apocalypse

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    BORGORE teams up with SIKDOPE to bring you the main stage rocker that is Unicorn Zombie Apocalypse. Grab your copy NOW :

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    The Zombies Time Of The Season at Stern Grove Arts Festival

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    The Zombies perform their iconic single Time Of The Season, closing the 2014 Stern Grove Arts Festival in San Fransisco, and ending their Going Coastal tour of the US.

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    The Zombies - I Remember When I Loved Her

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    Lovely Rod Argent song from the Begin Here album.
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    Smokey Day - The Zombies

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    A fine track from the aborted R.I.P album, 1968.

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