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Odessey & Oracle - 40th Anniversary Concert (Live)


Download links and information about Odessey & Oracle - 40th Anniversary Concert (Live) by The ZOMBIES. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Psychedelic genres. It contains 23 tracks with total duration of 01:24:43 minutes.

Artist: The ZOMBIES
Release date: 2008
Genre: Rock, Pop, Psychedelic
Tracks: 23
Duration: 01:24:43
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No. Title Length
1. Care of Cell 44 (Live) 4:05
2. A Rose for Emily (Live) 2:49
3. Maybe After He's Gone (Live) 2:59
4. Beechwood Park (Live) 3:04
5. Brief Candles (Live) 3:40
6. Hung Up On a Dream (Live) 3:20
7. Changes (Live) 3:42
8. I Want Her, She Wants Me (Live) 3:00
9. This Will Be Our Year (Live) 2:36
10. Butcher's Tale (Live) 3:20
11. Friends of Mine (Live) 2:27
12. Time of the Season (Live) 4:42
13. Tell Her No (Live) 2:24
14. She's Not There (Live) 2:51
15. I Love You (Live) 3:55
16. Sticks and Stones (Live) 2:56
17. Can't Nobody Love You (Live) 2:35
18. What Becomes of the Broken Hearted (Live) 4:01
19. Misty Roses (Live) 6:14
20. Her Song (Live) 4:13
21. Say You Don't Mind (Live) 3:25
22. Keep On Rolling (Live) 4:32
23. Hold Your Head Up (Live) 7:53



In 1968 the Zombies dropped their masterpiece, Odessey & Oracle, an album on par with the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's and the Beach Boys' Pet Sounds. But they never performed songs from their opus in a live setting — they amicably parted prior to its release. Forward to 2001 when frontman Colin Blunstone and co-founding member and songwriter Rod Argent reunited for a few intimate concerts before taking the next few years to reunite the band and perform their most celebrated album in its entirety for the first time. The event came to pass in March of 2008, just in time for Odessey & Oracle's 40th anniversary. Back together with bass player and co-songwriter Chris White, drummer Hugh Grundy and Darian Sahanaja of the Wondermints (guitarist Paul Atkinson died in 2004), the Zombies resurrected their epic album at the Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London. From the first chorus of baroque-pop staple "Care of Cell 44" it's astonishingly evident that the Zombies somehow never lost a beat. The album's sole hit "Time of The Season" plays with time-capsuled authenticity; but the swirling "Beechwood Park" is the jewel of the crown.