Second album from Zzebra being now a septet, having hired a full-time vocalist Alan Marshall, despite having four instrumentals on the present album. Musically the group sounds more or less the same than on the debut album, as Marshall doesn't sound that different to Yeadon. As Yeadon had done (pun not intended, but left in the text), guitarist Terry Smith will leave in the course of the album's recording. In some ways, Panic is a better album than the debut, but the surprise is gone. Overall the number of instrumentals obviously leaves more space for the musicians to express themselves and interplay between each other.
Zzebra - Panic +Bonus (Remaster) AIRAC-1717 Indies Japan. Lost World ANGEL AIR 2009. Panic 1975 by Zzebra Disconforme Spain. Second album from Zzebra being now a septet, having hired a full-time vocalist Alan Marshall, despite having four instrumentals on the present album.
Album · 1975 · Jazz Related Rock. This album is the logical continuity of Panic, with its ever softer jazz tracks, and the vocals, courtesy of Alan Marshall are not helping, sending Zzebra more mainstream jazz-funk. Most of what would’ve been the album’s first side is relatively boring, soft, sometimes veering at sometimes at crooner tunes out of which the African themed Bai La Jo is probably the most remarkable.
Panic is the seventh studio album by punk rock band MxPx. This album marks the band's return to their skate punk roots. It was released on June 6, 2005 internationally and a day later in the United States.
Album starts at 114BPM, ends at 136BPM (+22), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Zzebra. Take It or Leave It. 1999.
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Zzebra were a jazz-fusion and afro prog band active in the UK in the early 1970s. The band was formed when Terry Smith (guitar) and Dave Quincy (saxes) both left If when it broke up and joined Lasisi "Loughty" Amao ex-Osibisa (flute and tenor sax), Gus Yeadon (aka August Eadon) ex-The Love Affair (piano and vocals), Liam Genockey (drums) and John McCoy (bass). They released their first album Zzebra in 1974. Terry Smith left before the second album, Panic (1976), was completed. He was replaced by Steve Byrd.
CreditsLoughty Amao - Composer, Congas, Flute, Percussion, Sax (Baritone), Sax (Tenor), Vocals
Ken Burgess - Producer
Steve Byrd - Guitar
Lesley Duncan - Vocals (Background)
Tommy Eyre - Composer, Flute, Keyboards, Vocals
Liam Genockey - Composer
Tam Genockey - Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Paul Hardiman - Engineer
Barry Mann - Composer
Alan Marshall - Vocals
John McCoy - Guitar (Bass)
Kim Moore - Composer, Vocals (Background)
Joanna Newman - Vocals (Background)
Trevor Preston - Composer
Dave Quincey - Composer
Dave Quincy - Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor)
Martin Rushent - Engineer
Phil Spector - Composer
Tony Tavemer - Engineer
Cynthia Weil - Composer
Zebra - Performer, Primary Artist
Zzebra - Primary Artist
|1||Panic||Zzebra feat: Zebra||4:38|
|2||You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' Barry Mann / Phil Spector / Cynthia Weil||Zzebra feat: Zebra||6:21|
|3||Karrola Dave Quincey||Zzebra feat: Zebra||4:05|
|4||Liamo Loughty Amao / Dave Quincey||Zzebra feat: Zebra||6:16|
|5||Death by Drowning Tommy Eyre||Zzebra feat: Zebra||3:00|
|6||Tree Trevor Preston / Dave Quincey||Zzebra feat: Zebra||6:08|
|7||Put a Light on Me Liam Genockey / Kim Moore||Zzebra feat: Zebra||5:06|
|8||La Si Si-La So So Loughty Amao / Dave Quincey||Zzebra feat: Zebra||5:20|