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Circus is the sixth studio album of Argent, released in 1975 by Epic (PE 33422), and distributed by CBS. It was the last album as part of their contract with CBS Records and the first after the departure of founding member/lead vocalist/guitarist Russ Ballard. New lead vocalist John Verity was added at the recommendation of Ballard (Verity's band had supported Argent during their previous tour and had impressed Ballard).
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Rodney Terence "Rod" Argent (born 14 June 1945) is an English musician, singer, songwriter, composer, and record producer . In addition to his work with the Zombies and Argent, Argent has made music for television series, been a session musician, produced albums by other artists, and has had a solo career which has included three studio albums: "Moving Home", "Red House", and "Classically Speaking". Argent performing live in 2005. Background information.
Flashback: The Zombies’ Rod Argent Ventures Into the Land of Prog. The keyboardist will enter the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Friday, but a wild 1974 LP by his band Argent showed just how wide-ranging his talents were. On their first album, 1965’s Begin Here, they offered up their variation on what most of their peers were doing: a combination of covers (like Got My Mojo Working and You’ve Really Got a Hold on Me ) and originals like She’s Not There and the kicky I Can’t Make Up My Mind. Then, with 1968’s now fabled Odessey and Oracle, the Zombies became one of many bands, here and abroad, swept up in post–Sgt.
Jim Rodford, Rod Argent's cousin, may have been at the first rehearsal that led to The Zombies, but it took him nearly half a century to join up in the revived Zombies band with Argent and vocalist Colin Blunstone that represent the new Zombies (his son, Steve Rodford, plays drums in the band). In the meantime, he was a founding member in the band Argent and became well known to fans of British rock as the bassist for another Invasion classic, The Kinks, from 1978-1996, and has played in the group of former members of that band, Kast Off Kinks, since then. Songfacts: Practically speaking, it must have been hard for The Zombies not having hits at home in England when you were having them elsewhere. Argent: It made it very hard. Fan of both Argent and The Zombies. Live long and prosper, Rod Argent. Kerry from Melbourne.
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Learn about Rod Argent: his birthday, what he did before fame, his family life, fun trivia facts, popularity rankings, and more. English musician who was part of the 1960s group The Zombies and the 1970s band Argent. He went to St. Albans School where he met some of his future bandmates before forming The Zombies. He released a solo album in 1978 called Moving Home. He grew up with family in St Albans, Hertfordshire in England. He worked on his solo album Moving Home with many artists including Phil Collins of the band Genesis. Rod Argent Popularity.
|MCA 393||Rod Argent||Home (7")||MCA Records||MCA 393||UK||1978|
|MCA 393||Rod Argent||Home (7", Single, Promo)||MCA Records||MCA 393||UK||1978|