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In the 60's, Colin Blunstone was the lead singer of the Zombies, a band that developed a distinctive, jazzy sound, in which his soft, laid-back, almost hesitant voice was offset against the equally soft, but flexible and pointy instruments of organ, drum, and bass.

The Zombies disbanded. In the early 70's, Blunstone re-emerged as a solo act, and scored several major hits. The music featured rhythm guitar now and ranged from string arranged melodies, to , to American read more

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  • Avatar for livesfordanger
    ♡ loveliest voice ever ♡
  • Avatar for PhoenixBloom
    Ooooohhh sooo good, beautiful voice.
  • Avatar for ElectricSoul921
    He has one of the best voices ever, especially in his solo career
  • Avatar for gsnoorky
    Great voice--whistful, spooky--in very good ways! I've been wondering about Colin for quite some time--also, Russ Ballard. I knew that Rod had been a session keyboard player for quite awhile. Argent had a number of interesting LPs before "Hold Your Head Up" hit the charts in '76.... Humm--chop! King Crimson--they were insane--especially Fripp! They were quite memorable when I saw them live--excellent axeman....
  • Avatar for kajinkle
    You know, "As Far As I Can See..." wasn't that bad an album people made it seem. His voice was enough to please me, I guess. haha
  • Avatar for chopper777
    Limited range my a*se. Have you not heard the last note of "Say You Don't Mind"?
  • Avatar for ElectricSoul921
    One Year is such a great album. Should have been bigger.
  • Avatar for MyPrincePadraic
    Come to NYC pleeeeeeeease!!
  • Avatar for Admiralbjorn
    Brilliant voice
  • Avatar for nanjamonja
    They do: at the show I saw, they played a great rock version of Say You Don't Mind among others.

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