Zzebra – Lost World (1975)

 

Zzebra came out of the ashes of the British brass-rock band IF and ex-OSIBISA…

Treasure this album from a time when musicianship was appreciated.

Truly the sound of a LOST WORLD (Steve Pearson April 2001)

From the inner sleeve:

In my opinion never before or since has such a unique criss cross of cultures;

musical talent and sheer ecitent existed.

Describe ZZEBRA? Try.

Afro/Rock/Jazz/Funk/Progressive/?? Journalists at the time tried with

OSIBISA meets MAHAVISHNU ORCHESTRA or AVERAGE WHITE BAND meets SANTANA!

ZZEBRA has all of the above and much more, maintaining a great feel and

sense of fun throughout……


Tracks:

1. Procession Of The Zzebra (2:03)
2. No Point (3:45)
3. Society (5:40)
4. Evacuate (5:45)
5. Living (5:11)
6. It’s Take It/Leave It (3:46)
7. Baila It (6:38)
8. Word Trips (4:59)
9. Panic (Live) (5:27)
10. Mr J (Live) (4:56)
11. You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling (Live) (6:03)
12. Hungry Horse (Live) (15:03)

Total Time 69:16

Musicians:

- Dave Quincy / sax
- Lasisi “Loughty” Amao / flute, sax
- Gus Yeadon / piano, vocals
- Liam Genockey / drums
- John McCoy / bass
- Steve Byrd / guitars


Zzebra – Lost World (1975) {SJPCD089} 2001


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2 comments:

djaitch said...

Not spotted the link to the UK jazz rock fusion of IF?

progDeaf gerEars said...

LOL, why not some Zzebza 'in the If'
by all a good band (the2);-)