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Some Years: It's the Time of Colin Blunstone

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Album Review

If Colin Blunstone had only recorded the hits by the Zombies (such as "Tell Her No," "Time of the Season," and "She's Not There") he should and would be a household name. However, Blunstone had an equally impressive solo career. This collection documents his excellent Epic/CBS sides, especially those from his exquisite One Year album. Tracks from that include "Say You Don't Mind," a suburb song written by Denny Lane (ex-Moody Blues, future Wings), as well as Blunstone's original "Caroline Goodbye," which very well may be the finest record of 1970. Add to this the impressive tracks from albums like Ennismore and others, and you have the real voice of the 1970s that was sadly under-appreciated and certainly under-heard. Like a gossamer cloth, it sweeps elegant.

Customer Reviews

A trio of great music

The combination of the King's singers, Colin's superb vocals and the outstanding guitar work of Duncan Browne in the three blended tracks: Wonderful, Beginning and Keep the curtains closed, shows how songs should be made!

I remember these songs so well from their first release and feel they are still as vibrant and evocative as ever.

Biography

Born: 24 June 1945 in Hatfield, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

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...
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  • £8.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Pop/Rock
  • Released: Oct 1995

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