1 hr 8 min

Stereo Embers The Podcast 0258: Colin Blunstone (The Zombies‪)‬ Stereo Embers: The Podcast

    • Arts

“Time Of The Season”

The Zombies got their start in the early '60s and since then, they’ve been one of the most enduring bands in rock and roll history,
The British outfit, which is led by the core of Colin Blunstone and Rod Argent had a mad streak of singles—She’s Not There, Tell Her No and Time Of The Season—that pretty much cemented their reputation as a massive pop force. Their album Odessey and Oracle is considered one of the greatest albums ever made and in 2019 the band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Blunstone’s voice is one of the great wonders of the world and the band’s material is ageless, timeless and affecting. Blunstone has put out solo records, appeared on albums by Alan Parsons and Steve Hackett and the band’s recent output like 2015’s Still Got That Hunger demonstrate that they remain as potent as ever. In this chat, the genial Blunstone talks to Alex about his casual relationship with his work ethic, the evil that lurks in the music business, and why he’s not burdened by competition or envy.

www.zombiesmusic.com
www.bombshellradio.com
www.alexgreenonline.com

Stereo Embers:
Twitter: @emberseditor
Instagram: @emberspodcast
Email: editor@stereoembersmagazine.com

“Time Of The Season”

The Zombies got their start in the early '60s and since then, they’ve been one of the most enduring bands in rock and roll history,
The British outfit, which is led by the core of Colin Blunstone and Rod Argent had a mad streak of singles—She’s Not There, Tell Her No and Time Of The Season—that pretty much cemented their reputation as a massive pop force. Their album Odessey and Oracle is considered one of the greatest albums ever made and in 2019 the band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Blunstone’s voice is one of the great wonders of the world and the band’s material is ageless, timeless and affecting. Blunstone has put out solo records, appeared on albums by Alan Parsons and Steve Hackett and the band’s recent output like 2015’s Still Got That Hunger demonstrate that they remain as potent as ever. In this chat, the genial Blunstone talks to Alex about his casual relationship with his work ethic, the evil that lurks in the music business, and why he’s not burdened by competition or envy.

www.zombiesmusic.com
www.bombshellradio.com
www.alexgreenonline.com

Stereo Embers:
Twitter: @emberseditor
Instagram: @emberspodcast
Email: editor@stereoembersmagazine.com

1 hr 8 min

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