Biography
The obscure British Invasion band the Zephyrs released half-a-dozen singles between 1963 and 1965 without any notable success; the only one to make the U.K. charts, She's Lost You, topped out at a mere Number 48. They were a decent group, though, mixing Merseybeat and RB influences in different ratios, with an organ that made them a little similar to some other mid-1960s British rock bands with a mildly blues-jazz organ, like the Untamed. They also worked with a couple of important figures of British '60s rock, those being producer Shel Talmy (far more famous for producing the Who and the Kinks in the same period) and then-session guitarist Jimmy Page (who played on some of their tracks, including their best, a ferocious cover of Bo Diddley's I Can Tell). Other than that fleeting chart appearance, though, their highest-profile achievement was appearing as Slash Wildly the Cut-Throats in the 1965 film #Be My Guest, in which they played their single She Laughed. As of 2003, no Zephyrs CD compilation had appeared, making them one of the better little-known British Invasion groups never to be honored with a full-length album of any sort, though a bootleg with ten of their 12 officially released tracks did appear. This bootleg, Zephyrazation, also had some tracks by Vinegar Joe, a '70s British band that included guitarist Pete Gage, who had played (but not recorded) with the Zephyrs. ~ Richie Unterberger, Rovi



 
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The Zephyrs - Setting Sun
The Zephyrs - Stargazer
The Zephyrs - I Can Tell (Rare COLOUR Footage, 1964)
Zephyrs - I Can Tell
The Zephyrs - The Buildings Aren't Going Anywhere
The Zephyrs - Creative Faith (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
the zephyrs - stargazer
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