But it’s too late to say you’re sorry
How should I know, why should I care
Please don’t bother trying to find her
She’s not there
And the award for best band tee!!
My new 60s groupie obsession: The Zombies♥
Rod and Colin performing on the air at WNCW. Photo by Daniel Coston. (x)
The Zombies - Welcome
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Messed up film scans of The Zombies in Seattle, September 2013
Medley - You’ve Really Got A Hold On Me/ Bring It On Home To Me
Begin Here (1965)
'Time of the Season': It took a long time for The Zombies to get the love they deserved
>Of all the bands that came from the British Invasion of the early 1960s, The Zombies may have had the most distinctly different sound. In the Rolling Stones, The Yardbirds and The Animals, you can hear American blues. The Beatles were steeped in Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry and Little Richard. With The Zombies, though, there was all that and a little something else, and it’s unmistakable from the first notes of “She’s Not There” and “Time of the Season.”
Zombies were part of the '60s British invasion
Fifty years ago this summer, the Beatles’ George Harrison appeared on a British television show called “Juke Box Jury” to contribute his thoughts on a handful of then-contemporary singles, one of which was “She’s Not There” by the Zombies.