Complete List Of Zebra Albums And Discography

Zebra Albums

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This Complete List Of Zebra Albums And Songs presents the full discography of  Zebra  studio albums. The band Zebra was first formed in 1975.  The group hails from the area of New Orleans, Louisiana. In the middle to late 1970s, the band would form a huge following in the New York area, especially on Long Island. They were well known for doing great Led Zeppelin covers while also performing many original songs that their audiences fell in love with.  Their popularity in the New York clubs led the band to sign their first record deal with Warner Brothers Records in 1983.

This complete Zebra discography also includes every single Zebra live album. All these hard-rocking melodic Zebra albums have been presented below in chronological order. We have also included all original release dates with each Zebra album as well as all original album covers. Every Zebra album listed below showcases the entire album tracklisting.

ZEBRA STUDIO ALBUMS

Zebra

Released 1983

The band’s debut album featured Randy Jackson on Guitar and Vocals, Felix Hanemann on Bass and Guy Gelso on Drums. Many of the songs on the group’s debut album had been performed for years on the nightclub circuits on Long Island and in New Orleans. Famous clubs such as The Mad Hatter of Stony Brook, Hammerheads of West Islip, Cheers of Deer Park and many others featured the band’s rocking versions of so many of their debut albums’ great songs.  Club classics such as “Tell Me What You Want,” “Who’s Behind the Door?” “Take Your Fingers from My Hair,” and the huge fan favorite “The La La Song,” were all featured on the band’s long-anticipated debut album.

CD Track Listings:

1. Tell Me What You Want
2. One More Chance
3. Slow Down
4. As I Said Before
5. Who’s Behind the Door?
6. When You Get There
7. Take Your Fingers from My Hair
8. Don’t Walk Away
9. The La La Song

No Tellin’ Lies

Released 1984

The band’s second album featured more of the band’s most loved songs such as “Wait Until The Summer’s Gone,” and the legendary song “Bears.” Once again the music on the album was performed by Randy Jackson on Guitar and Vocals, Felix Hanemann on Bass and Guy Gelso on Drums.

CD Track Listings:

2. I Don’t Like It – 03:59
3. Bears – 04:35
4. I Don’t Care – 03:06
5. Lullaby – 04:44
6. No Tellin’ Lies – 03:30
7. Takin’ A Stance – 03:55
8. But No More – 05:00
9. Little Things – 03:27
10. Drive Me Crazy – 03:31

3.V

Released 1986

The band’s third album was easily their most underrated record. It was their last record for Warner Brothers and eventually went out of print making it a hard one to find for Zebra fans. The album featured the standout track “Time.”

CD Track Listings:

  1. Can’t Live Without
  2. He’s Making You the Fool
  3. Time
  4. Your Mind’s Open
  5. Better Not Call
  6. You’ll Never Know
  7. About to Make the Time
  8. You’re Only Losing Your Heart”
  9. “Hard Living Without You
  10. Isn’t That the Way

Zebra IV

Released 2003

Twenty years after the band had released their debut album, they returned once again with their fourth record in 2003 simply titled Zebra IV. It also had been seventeen years since the group had released an album so that was a nice gift for Zebra fans. Well worth picking up!

CD Track Listings:

  1. Arabian Nights
  2. Light of My Love
  3. Who Am I
  4. Angels Calling
  5. K.K. Is Hiding
  6. Free
  7. So I Dance
  8. Waiting to Die
  9. A World That Is Learning
  10. My Life Has Changed
  11. Why

ZEBRA LIVE ALBUMS

Live

Released 1990

CD Track Listings:

1. Said Before
2. She’s Waiting for You
3. Last Time
4. Wait Until the Summer’s Gone
5. One More Chance
6. Take Your Fingers From My Hair
7. Bears
8. Better Not Call
9. The La La Song
10. Time
11. Who’s Behind the Door?
12. Making You the Fool
13. Tell Me What You Want
14. The Ocean – Led Zeppelin cover

King Biscuit Flower Hour

Released 1999

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Who’s Behind The Door?” – 7:55
  2. “The La La Song” – 9:10
  3. “Bears” – 4:46
  4. “Tell Me What You Want” – 4:08
  5. “I Don’t Care” – 3:21
  6. “I Don’t Like It” – 4:09
  7. “As I Said Before” – 3:05
  8. “Slow Down” (Larry Willams) – 3:50
  9. “Interview ’85” – 20:18

ZEBRA COMPILATION ALBUMS

The Best of Zebra: In Black and White

Released 1998

CD Track Listings:

  1. Tell Me What You Want
  2. But No More
  3. Better Not Call
  4. Bears
  5. The La La Song
  6. Lullaby
  7. Hard Livin’ Without You
  8. One More Chance (1978 Workshoppe Demo)
  9. Children at Heart (Unreleased from 3.V sessions)
  10. Time
  11. Take Your Fingers From My Hair (1978 Workshoppe Demo)
  12. Wait Until the Summer’s Gone
  13. Riverside (3.V Pre-production demo)
  14. As I Said Before
  15. Who’s Behind the Door?
  16. Your Mind’s Open

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