Camille and Kennerly | Zombie

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Zombie

by Camille and Kennerly

"Zombie" (The Cranberries) Electric Harp Duet - arranged and performed by Camille and Kennerly (The Harp Twins) on their Electric Harps!
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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CBS News credits Camille and Kennerly's arrangement of Zombie (The Cranberries) as "elegant, wistful and an excellent tribute to a classic track" and "the eerie 'Zombie' is a perfect fit for Camille and Kennerly's lilting harp skills".


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John Broadway

Zombie
I used to like the original but the Harp Twins version is something else. They may have tamed the grungy guitars with their sweet tinkling harps but have created something far more spine tingling than the original. Very cleverly arranged and executed, their Zombie has a mysterious magic all of it's own. Best played over and over again, it's very difficult to put down. It may well put you into a Zombie state of mind, but a nice smiling one!

Steven Angulo

Exciting and haunting rendition
I am not fond of conventional harp music and I don't like The Cranberries, but somehow these very creative twins managed to compose quite an enigmatic, haunting and fast-paced version of "Zombie" that is absolutely mesmerizing. The wailing and the heavy guitars are gone, but the spirit of the original song remains, in a most spectacular fashion.