The Zombies | 2013 SummerStage Concert Series [FULL SHOW]

0:25 I Love You
4:00 Can't Nobody Love You
6:17 Breathe Out Breathe In
9:34 I Want You Back Again
13:15 That Becomes Of The Broken Hearted
17:00 I Don't Believe In Miracles
20:00 Show Me The Way
24:26 Any Other Way
30:15 A Rose For Emily
33:02 Care Of Cel 64
37:20 This Wil Be Our Year
39:55 I Want Her She Wants Me
43:00 Time Of The Season
48:32 A Moment In Time
52:19 Tell Her No
54:27 You've Really Got A Hold On Me
58:46 Old And Wise (The Alan Parsons Project)
1:05:18 Hold Your Head Up (Argent)
1:20:56 She´s Not There
1:25:02 Summertime

Noisemaker Media provides viewers front row access of the 2013 SummerStage Concert Series. On Saturday, June 15th, 2013, concert-goers were privy to watch rock bands such as The Zombies, Django Django, and Binki Shapiro & Adam Green perform at the iconic venue.

The Zombies are an English rock band, formed in 1962 in St Albans and led by Rod Argent (piano, organ and vocals) and Colin Blunstone (vocals). The group formed in 1962 in St Albans, Hertfordshire, England, and gained their initial reputation playing the Old Verulamians Rugby Club in that city. Their choice of names was out of desperation, and the Zombies won out over Chatterley and the Gamekeepers, according to Blunstone and White.

After winning a beat-group competition sponsored by the London Evening News, they signed to Decca and recorded their first hit, "She's Not There." In 1967 the Zombies signed to CBS Records for whom they recorded the album Odessey and Oracle and by time this perennial album was released in April 1968, the group had disbanded (in December 1967).

After the Zombies disbanded, Rod Argent formed a band called Argent in 1969, with Chris White as a non-performing songwriter. Atkinson worked in A&R at Columbia Records and Grundy joined him there after a brief spell in auto sales. Colin Blunstone started a solo career after a brief period outside the music business, including working in the burglary claims section of an insurance company. Both Argent and White provided him with new songs. He also did studio vocals for The Alan Parsons Project.

In 2011 "The Zombies featuring Colin Blunstone & Rod Argent" released their new studio album Breathe Out, Breathe In. Reviews were generally strong, and included 4 star reviews from publications including Record Collector, Q, Uncut, the Daily Mirror and The Independent.

For 2013, Noisemaker Media partners up with the City Parks Foundation to produce exclusive event video coverage of the SummerStage Concert Series at Central Park. As a media partner, Noisemaker Media aligns with an iconic brand that has offered New York City residents unforgettable live concerts for 30 years. With a cinematic approach, razor-sharp editing, and a flawless execution in event coverage, Noisemaker Media shows why its work continues to speak for itself.

The Zombies | 2013 SummerStage Concert Series [FULL SHOW] | A Noisemaker Media Production

Brendan Ascolese [FOH Camera Operator]
Mark Carranceja [Director, Handheld Camera Operator & Editor]
Chandler Chruma [Social Media Producer]
Jay Conklin [Interview Camera Operator]
Justin Denmark [B-Roll Camera Operator]
Eduardo Donoso [B-Roll Camera Operator]
John Flowers [Photographer]
Malik Honor [Line Producer & Camera Operator]
Ralph Marrero [Stage Right Camera Operator]
Chris Parker [Stage Left Camera Operator]
Christina Ortiz [Line Producer & Media Manager]
Becky Paulino [Interviewer]
Ryan Slocum [Field Producer]
Ignacio "Deejay Soul" Soltero [Photographer]

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