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    Main » 2015 » April » 15 » Colin Blunstone ~ 1971 ~ One Year
    Colin Blunstone ~ 1971 ~ One Year
    Colin Blunstone ~ 1971 ~ One Yeargenre: art pop
    state: uk
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    Blunstone's plaintive, wistful voice was one of the factors making The Zombies' single, "She's Not There" (written by fellow band member Rod Argent), a big hit worldwide. After the amicable split of the band, shortly after completing the baroque pop classic LP, Odessey and Oracle, Blunstone briefly worked in the insurance business before resuming his musical career. In 1969, he signed with Deram Records and cut three singles under the pseudonym of Neil MacArthur, including a re-make of The Zombies' hit, "She's Not There" which charted in the UK.
    He had some success as a solo artist, notably in 1972 with "Say You Don't Mind" (peaked at number 15 in the UK chart and written by future Wings member Denny Laine) and "I Don't Believe in Miracles" (peaked at number 31 in the UK chart and written by Argent member Russ Ballard), both with string arrangements by Christopher Gunning. Additional minor hits followed with "How Could We Dare To Be Wrong" in early 1973 (peaked at number 45 in the UK chart) and "Tracks of My Tears" in 1982 (peaked at number 60 in the UK chart).
    One Year (1971) produced by Chris White) was his first solo album, and included the song "Caroline Goodbye" about Blunstone's break-up with the model and actress Caroline Munro. This was followed by Ennismore and Journey. He then signed with Elton John's record label named The Rocket Record Company and released three albums, Planes (1976), Never Even Thought (1978) and Late Nights in Soho (1979), which was only released in Europe.

    "She Loves the Way They Love Her" (Rod Argent, Chris White) – 2:49
    "Misty Roses" (Tim Hardin) – 5:04
    "Smokey Day" (Argent, White) – 3:13
    "Caroline Goodbye" (Colin Blunstone) – 2:54
    "Though You Are Far Away" (Blunstone) – 3:24
    "Mary Won't You Warm My Bed" (Mike d'Abo) – 3:11
    "Her Song" (Argent, White) – 3:31
    "I Can't Live Without You" (Blunstone) – 3:27
    "Let Me Come Closer to You" (Blunstone) – 2:24
    "Say You Don't Mind" (Denny Laine) – 3:20

    Colin Blunstone – vocals, guitar
    Rod Argent – keyboards
    Russ Ballard – guitar
    Jim Rodford – bass
    Robert Henrit – drums

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