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The Zombies – She’s Not There

Who could have thought that a band from St. Albans could have come up with such an incredible song? Until recently, this Sentinel thought this song was recorded by an act from the States; which was a mistake and apologies to my fellow countrymen for this error. This is a truly wonderful Pop song from 1964; a song for which the term ‘Pop’ seems rather lightweight (and their DEBUT single for goodness sake!). For anyone who wonders about the lyrics, they were written by organist Rod Argent, who took inspiration  from being jilted weeks before his wedding by his (almost) bride to be Patricia; leaving him broken hearted.


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