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Begin Here Plus [Import]

the Zombies Audio CD
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1. Road Runner
2. Summertime
3. I Can't Make Up My Mind
4. The Way I Feel Inside
5. Work 'N' Play
6. Medley: You've Really Got A Hold On Me/Bring It On Home To Me
7. She's Not There
8. Sticks And Stones
9. Can't Nobody Love You
10. Woman
11. I Don't Want To Know
12. I Remember When I Loved Her
13. What More Can I Do
14. I Got My Mojo Working
15. It's Alright With Me
16. Sometimes
17. Kind Of Girl
18. Tell Her No
19. Sticks And Stones (Alternate Take)
20. It's Alright With Me (Alternate Take)
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Reissue of the British debut by the hit British Invasion act& in mono sound as the band originally intended. It features the cover art from when Decca first released the record in 1965, all 18 of the original cuts and four previously unreleased bonus tracks, alternate takes of 'Sticks And Stones' & 'It's Alright With Me', and demo versions of 'I Know She Will' & 'I'll Keep Trying'. 22 tracks total. 1999 release.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Yes, Begin Here April 29 2000
Format:Audio CD
Big Beat Records has compiled both the UK and US versions of the Zombies debut album, spiced it up with some singles, and added 4 previously unreleased gems, to end up with a 22 track wonderful introductin to the early recording career of Mr's. Bluntstone, Argent, Atkinson, White, and Grundy. For those who cannot afford the pricier (and much more extensive) 4 disc box "Zombies Heaven" then Yes, Begin Here. The tracks are filled by Bluntstone's smokey voice and Argent's tasteful keyboards. No clunkers here, by a long stretch. Worth seeking out too, is Big Beat's anniversary edition of "Odyssey and Oracle" the Zombies posthumous classic which contains the timeless "Time of the Season." "Begin Here" is a wonderful introduction to one of the most talented British bands of the mid 60s, who were somehow overlooked by the record buying public. Our loss, I assure you. Begin Here and you'll agree
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5.0 out of 5 stars Begin Here - The Zombies April 27 2014
Format:LP Record|Verified Purchase
Obviously the album is great. I still need more words so it played nicely and I think you should buy it if you like the Zombies.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Zombies - 'Begin Here' (Big Beat) June 7 2006
By Mike Reed - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Total of 22 tracks from this under-appreciated and under-rated British Invasion act. I'm seeing a couple of tunes here that either I've never heard of or I just plain don't remember. Cuts like "Road Runner", the ballad "Summertime", "She's Not There", "Remember When I Loved Her" (I've been looking for this song for a long time, used to have it as a B-side of a 45 single), "Tell Her No", "Kind Of Girl" and "Sticks And Stones". An absolute must-have.
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5.0 out of 5 stars First Things First Dec 15 2012
By V. Risoli - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
If you are beginning to become acquainted with the Zombies, then do as they suggest and "Begin Here" with this album than a "Greatest Hits" package. You will appreciate the songs more heard as they were initially intended than in a more jarring effect it is to hear their stuff taken out of context and meant as song for song than the album's total effect. Remember, the Zombies gave the Beatles the only true competitor to "Sgt. Pepper's" when they did "Odyssey and Oracle." And they are still together recording after breaking up and beginning new careers and then coming together again. "Begin Here...Plus" is a great record, an expanded reissue of their 1965 British debut. As singles, "She's Not There" and "Tell Her No" were superior many of the Beatles songs of the same period.
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5.0 out of 5 stars English invasion! May 9 2013
By jc - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I started out looking for just one old Zombies album - this turned out to be that and more, including some pleasant surprises.
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5.0 out of 5 stars mORE Of tHE Zombies from THEN April 1 2013
By Charles T. Britton - Published on Amazon.com
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bACK IN TIME is Now the present.A great collection of the Early Days and the British Invasion Era.wow and then some
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4.0 out of 5 stars Begin Here 1965 What a year to start April 20 2009
By J. Chapman - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Begin Here is a great album, but not in the later sense of the word.There is no higher concept and there are too many mediocre covers of old soul songs. What you also get with this album is a youthful energy and short amazingly catchy tunes that give one the essence of the mop top.

"She's not there" and "Tell her no" are known, but "I can't make up my mind","I remember when I loved her", and "I don't want to know" are rarely heard today but very satisfying. What you are getting with all these songs is high energy, yet still melodic vocals from Mr Blunstone. These interact very well with the vagely half-witted yet strangely fitting background vocals to give a youthfull energy that was perhaps unique to baby boomers coming of age. Mr.Argent's organ playing and the great transitions keep everything hopping along. No politics or drugged out guitar solos here to spoil the fun, and fun it is.
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