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Zombies - Time Of The Season / Imagine The Swan album

Zombies - Time Of The Season / Imagine The Swan album
Performer: Zombies
Title: Time Of The Season / Imagine The Swan
Country: Canada
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 847
MP3 size: 1676 mb
FLAC size: 1633 mb

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A Time Of The Season
Written-By – R. Argent*
B Imagine The Swan
Written-By – C. White*, R. Argent*


  • Producer – Chris White , Rod Argent

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
2-1203 Zombies* Time Of The Season / Imagine The Swan ‎(7", Single) Date 2-1203 Canada 1970
2-1203 The Zombies Time Of The Season / Imagine The Swan ‎(7", RE) Date 2-1203 US Unknown
2-1203 The Zombies Time Of The Season / Imagine The Swan ‎(7", RE) Date 2-1203 Unknown
5-11145 Zombies* Time Of The Season / Imagine The Swan ‎(7") Epic 5-11145 US Unknown
R7 4513 The Zombies Time Of The Season/ Imagine The Swan ‎(7") Rhino Records R7 4513 US 1987

Time of the Season" is a song by the British rock band the Zombies, featured on their 1968 album Odessey and Oracle. It was written by keyboard player Rod Argent and recorded at Abbey Road Studios in August 1967. Several other songs from Odessey and Oracle were released as singles prior to "Time of the Season". Columbia Records supported the album and its singles at the urging of new A&R representative Al Kooper.

The Zombies' first UK album, Begin Here (1965) was an interesting mix of original songs and rhythm and blues cover versions. Of the eight original tracks, Rod Argent supplied the big attraction, "She's Not There", the upbeat "Woman", the atmospheric "I Remember When I Loved Her", plus "The Way I Feel Inside" which, at 1:28, was the shortest track on the album. One of its tracks, "Time of the Season", written by Argent, was released as a single in 1968 and spent a long period as a 'sleeper'. The album, scheduled for release in 1969, was cancelled and only a couple of the songs, "Imagine the Swan" (one of the newly recorded songs) and "If It Don't Work Out" (a demo of a song that Dusty Springfield recorded and released in 1965), were put out as singles instead (some of this material was released on several compilation albums.

The Zombies is the debut American studio album by English pop rock band The Zombies, released in January 1965 by Parrot Records. After the success of the double-sided hit single "She's Not There" b/w "You Make Me Feel Good" reached on the . charts in the fall of 1964, Parrot quickly released this LP in 1965 (PA 61001). The dozen tracks were taken from material the Zombies cut for their UK debut album, Begin Here. Also included are "It's Alright With Me" and "Sometimes" from their self-titled EP. Contents. If It Don't Work Out". php?title The Zombies (album)&oldid 895094010". Categories: 1965 albums.

Imagine The Swan is found on the album Time of the Zombies. Found on more albums: Meet the Zombies The Greatest Hits Zombie Heaven The Singles Collection: A's & B's, 1964-1969 Absolutely the Best Odessey and Oracle Ultimate Best . Singles A's & B's . Odessey & Oracle: The CBS Years 1967-1969. The Zombies – Imagine The Swan.

Produced by The Zombies. Album Odessey and Oracle. Time of the Season Lyrics. It's the time of the season When the love runs high In this time, give it to me easy And let me try with pleasured hands. To take you in the sun to (promised lands) To show you every one It's the time of the season for loving. About Time of the Season. The song was written in 1967, and released in England in 1968 where it failed to chart. The group has disbanded that year, but the song saw great success in the US the following year, where it peaked at in the charts. Considered to be one of the classic Psychedelic rock songs, it was part of one of the most well received albums of the era, Odessey and Oracle. The song was notably sampled in Black Hippy’s Rolling Stone, as well as Eminem’s Rhyme Or Reason, and Melanie Fiona’s Give It to Me Right.

Another later-day Zombies effort that was a natural progression of their earlier work, "Imagine the Swan" was also another classically inspired piece. This time, the graceful melody was based on Bach's The Well Tempered Clavier. The subject matter - like on "Rose for Emily" - is that of a lonely spinster.

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