Interview by Christine Thompson
Listen as original band members Rod Argent, Colin Blunstone, Chris White, and Hugh Grundy as well as Director Robert Schwartzman talk about the making of the documentary, the music business, and the darkness and light of the music business.
In their first ever feature documentary nearly sixty years after they met as teenagers before the British Invasion music scene, THE ZOMBIES tell their story of navigating the tumultuous music industry over the decades and making one of the most influential albums of all time, Odessey and Oracle. “She’s Not There” made them the first British band after The Beatles to reach #1 in the US. After years of touring and many missteps in the 60s, sadly the band missed out on their biggest moment yet, when “Time of the Season” hit #1 and became a global success, inspiring new generations each year. The band looks back on their journey, where true friendship led them to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Director: Robert Schwartzman
Featuring: Rod Argent, Colin Blunstone, Chris White, Hugh Grundy, Paul Atkinson, Steve Rodford, Tom Toomey, Søren Koch
Executive Producer: Tom Hanks, Gary Goetzman, Rick Krim
Producer: Russell Wayne Groves, Robert Schwartzman
Cinematographer: Michael Rizzi
Editor: Meryl Goodwin
Production Designer: Zane Stein and Tim Ferro
Sound Designer: Juan Campos
Music: The Zombies and Benjamin Messelbeck
Country: United States
Runtime: 116 mins