THE ZOMBIES - 'She's Not There' / 'You Make Me Feel Good' (Decca F.11940) July 1964
Pounding medium pacer "She's Not There" introduces new Decca group The Zombies. The boys have a distinctive sound, with intriguing phrases by the lead singer, and attractive vocal blends in the unison passages. The drummer and bassist are pretty solid, too.
I'd have tipped it for a hit if the material was stronger - even so, it must still stand a chance.
More in the familiar Mersey-inspired mould is "You Make Me Feel Good." No change in the tempo, but this one is largely unison vocal.
(NME review, July 1964)
Chart Position: #12