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2012 collection from the British vocalist who is best known for fronting the Zombies as well as his solo work and recordings with the Alan Parsons Project. Blunstone's plaintive, wistful voice was one of the factors making the Zombies' singles such big hits. He became a success as a solo artist, notably in 1972 with "Say You Don't Mind" (#15 in the UK) and "I Don't Believe in Miracles" (#31). Additional singles followed with "How Could We Dare to Be Wrong" (Top 50 in the UK). Talking Elephant.
2012 collection from the British vocalist who is best known for fronting the Zombies as well as his solo work and recordings with the Alan Parsons Project. Blunstone's plaintive, wistful voice was one of the factors making the Zombies' singles such big hits. He became a success as a solo artist, notably in 1972 with "Say You Don't Mind" (#15 in the UK) and "I Don't Believe in Miracles" (#31). Additional singles followed with "How Could We Dare to Be Wrong" (Top 50 in the UK). Talking Elephant.
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I Don't Believe In Miracles: The Best Of [Import]
Artist: Colin Blunstone
Format: CD
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. I Don't Believe in Miracles
2. Caroline Goodbye
3. Exclusively for Me
4. Misty Roses
5. Shadow of a Doubt
6. Wonderful
7. Beginning
8. The Curtains Closed Today
9. Say You Don't Mind 1
10. Let Me Come Close to You 1
11. Time's Running Out 1
12. Though You Are Far Away 1
13. I Want Some More 1
14. Every Sound I Heard 1
15. Beware 1
16. How Could We Dare to Be Wrong

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2012 collection from the British vocalist who is best known for fronting the Zombies as well as his solo work and recordings with the Alan Parsons Project. Blunstone's plaintive, wistful voice was one of the factors making the Zombies' singles such big hits. He became a success as a solo artist, notably in 1972 with "Say You Don't Mind" (#15 in the UK) and "I Don't Believe in Miracles" (#31). Additional singles followed with "How Could We Dare to Be Wrong" (Top 50 in the UK). Talking Elephant.
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