Zygote (album)

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Zygote
Studio album by John Popper
Released September 7, 1999
Recorded April–June 1999
Genre Rock
Length 61:36
Label Interscope
Producer Terry Manning
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars[2]

Zygote is the debut studio album by musician John Popper of the American jam band Blues Traveler. Produced by Terry Manning, it was released on September 7, 1999, less than a month after Popper lost a good friend and fellow bandmember, Bobby Sheehan. Accompanying Popper on this album is Carter Beauford (of the Dave Matthews Band) on drums, and Crugie Riccio on guitar, Rob Clores, and Dave Ares (all of Cycomotogoat).

Track listing[edit]

  1. Miserable Bastard (John Popper) – 7:25
  2. Once You Wake Up (Popper) – 3:28
  3. Growing in Dirt (Popper) - 4:23
  4. Tip the Domino (Popper, Crugie Riccio) - 5:05
  5. His Own Ideas (Popper) - 6:44
  6. Home (Popper) - 4:00
  7. Love for Free (Popper) - 4:04
  8. How About Now? (Johnny Lang, Popper) - 3:07
  9. Evil in My Chair (Popper) - 4:19
  10. Lunatic (Popper, Riccio) - 6:24
  11. Open Letter (Popper, Riccio) - 5:15
  12. Fledgling (Popper) - 7:22

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