VIDEOS

Zephyr – ‘I Am Not Surprised’

Zephyr, ‘I’m Not Surprised’ Post Tommy Bolin Zephyr track from ‘Sunset Ride’ 1972. Remixed by David Givens, December 2016

Zephyr – ‘St James Infirmary’

‘St James Infirmary’ – Barry Richards Show

ZEPHYR – ‘Bolin Surf Strut’

Bobby Berge on drums. Recorded in the vacant 2nd story office space on Pearl Street that I persuaded the local Ford dealer, Big Bill Arnold, to let us use as a rehearsal room. Audio recorded by Wyndham Hannaway on a Nagra field recorder during summer 1970 as we prepared material for our second album, which at this time was unnamed and was to be released on ABC Records. The tune is a spontaneous jam, one of many we recorded as we tried different approaches to creating music for the record. Greg Hampton gave it the name when he selected it for a bonus track to be included in the remastered GOING BACK TO COLORADO project. Sounds to me as though Tommy instigated it. (David Givens, Oct 2017)

Zephyr – ‘Heartbeat / Don’t Come Back’

Zephyr’s come back album HEARTBEAT was conceived, financed, produced and promoted by Marc Lippitt and Charles Sleichter’s independent Denver based label Red Sneakers Music. The video, which won a Silver Medal at the New York Film and Television and Billboards Video Music awards was one of the earliest examples of computer animation blue screened with live action and the first to be aired on VH1. The videos were created, storyboarded and directed by Charles Sleichter in collaboration with Zephyr. Animation was designed by Charles Sleichter and produced at and in collaboration with Emmy award winning Computer Image and Shot and Edited at Telemation both in Denver...
Charles Sleichter and Marc Lippitt

Zephyr – ‘1969 Promo’

Promo for ZEPHYR album 1969 - On the beach near Malibu and in the nightclub, ‘The Experience’, in Hollywood. This has been tweaked using Adobe Premiere. Featuring Tommy Bolin, Candy Givens, David Givens, John Faris & Robbie Chamberlin.

Zephyr – ‘1969 Promo’ (Student Project)

The first of the rotoscope film projects created with my U-Arts “Animation II” classes. This one made in 2004, was created on the Oxberry animation stand from a 16mm print of a music video produced by “Record on Film”, a company started by my father circa 1968. The band is “Zephyr” featuring Tommy Bolin on guitar and Candy Givens on vocals.
InterfaceArts

Sweet Lunacy – A Brief History of Boulder Rock

An abbreviated clip featuring purely the ZEPHYR segment from this documentary. Mainly featuring Jock Bartley talking of Tommy Bolin's first days with the band. Jock went on to replace Tommy.

Zephyr – ‘Santa Monica Civic Auditorium’

Zephyr - Santa Monica Civic Auditorium 1971.  Candy Givens, David Givens, John Faris.  Last show with Tommy Bolin and Bobby Berge until the summer of 1973.

ZEPHYR – Texas/Colorado Live footage

Important Legendary Denver group ZEPHYR live at the Texas Pop Festival and Denver's Mammoth Gardens Circa 1970. This Line up included the great late Tommy Bolin on guitar. Since no audio exists of these rare performances, an audio dub from their first self titled Lp has been added!
LemonJello17

ZEPHYR ‘Going Back To Colorado’ Promo Vid (Part 1)

I did a series of short videos to promote ‘Going Back to Colorado - Leaving Colorado’ in June 2016. I was working closely with David Givens and Greg Hampton, and was privy to hearing much of this material for the first time. I remember, at the time, being blown away with the unreleased material and what Greg had done with the sound - it was an exciting time!
Dave Streeten

ZEPHYR ‘Going Back To Colorado’ Promo Vid (Part 3)

I did a series of short videos to promote ‘Going Back to Colorado - Leaving Colorado’ in June 2016. I was working closely with David Givens and Greg Hampton, and was privy to hearing much of this material for the first time. I remember, at the time, being blown away with the unreleased material and what Greg had done with the sound - it was an exciting time!
Dave Streeten

Zephyr – ‘Night Fades Softly’

Zephyr, Night Fades Softly. Tommy Bolin, Candy Givens, David Givens, John Farris, Bobby Berge. From ‘Going Back to Colorado’,1971. I did this slideshow back in 2012 when I first became involved with the Tommy Bolin Memorial Fund's website. I love the atmospheric feel to this – very contemporary, even today – and sent it to David Givens, who gave a massive thumbs up.
Dave Streeten