March 10, 2008 11:54

Robert Plant, Paul Weller see The Zombies play classic album

There's a big celebrity turn out to see the Sixties legends play 'Odessey And Oracle'

Robert Plant, Paul Weller see The Zombies play classic album
The Zombies were watched by the likes of Robert Plant and Paul Weller as they played their classic album 'Odessey & Oracle' in full during a three-night stint in London at the weekend (March 7, 8 and 9).

TV presenter Mark Lamarr, Robyn Hitchcock, Tim Rice and members of Snow Patrol and Garbage were also present at the shows, which saw the band play an initial set of rarities and cover versions before the second set saw them tackle the cult 1968 classic before sold-out crowds.

After playing the album, The Zombies completed their set with the classic singles 'Tell Her No' and 'She's Not There'.

The Zombies played:

'I Love You'
'Sticks & Stones'
'Can't Nobody Love You'
'What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted?'
'Misty Roses'
'Her Song'
'Say You Don't Mind'
'Keep On Rolling'
'Hold Your Head Up'
'Care Of Cell 44'
'A Rose For Emily'
'Maybe After He's Gone'
'Beechwood Park'
'Brief Candles'
'Hung Up On A Dream'
'Changes'
'I Want Her, She Wants Me'
'This Will Be Our Year'
'Butcher's Tale'
'Friends Of Mine'
'Time Of The Season'
'Tell Her No'
'She's Not There'

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