Halfway through their sixth decade as a band, iconic British psychedelic pop legends the Zombies still deliver. The band stopped by the GRAMMY Museum to talk about recording their 1967 hit "She's Not There" and delivered an intimate performance of the song.
"It was our first time in a professional studio and it was thought to be very cool to record in the evenings," joked Zombies frontman Colin Blunstone. "Unfortunately, the engineer … was absolutely, paralytically drunk. And he was also very aggressive. It's sort of ironic that having been in the business for 50 something years, in that first session I knew that, with this madman in the studio, the music business was not for me."