Playlist by Algernon Following on from recent lists delving into Beat music, I thought I’d look at one band The Animals or Eric Burdon and the Animals. Burdon was from Newcastle upon Tyne, where the band started. They moved to London in 1964. The Animals performed mostly R&B, rock and blues in later year’s psychedelia. […]Eric Burdon and The Animals — Window Dresser’s Arms, Pig & Whistle
When this song first came out, I fell in love with it. For a pre-teen, there was so much mysticism and outright coolness to how Eric Burdon wove his tale. Enhancing the experiences with the jazz flute, the woman speaking Spanish, and the rest of War, a spell was woven. The rawness of the chorus […]Novelty Song Friday #7 — “Spill The Wine” by Eric Burdon and War — Tao Talk
Eric Burdon and The Animals recorded their song ‘Monterey’ in 1968 on their album The Twain Shall Meet. This song described the Monterey Pop Festival which set the standard for all the music festivals that followed like Woodstock. The music and lyrics were composed by the group’s members, Barry Jenkins, Danny Mcculloch, Eric Victor Burdon, Johnny Weider […]First Song to Reference the Grateful Dead — A Unique Title For Me
It’s another Monday in Paradise, Music Lovers! I know. I hate Mondays too, but if you have an extra tab and pull us up, we guarantee you a great day, at least musically. Jakob Dylan is In The Spotlight, with & without his band, The Wallflowers. Here’s Monday’s line-up from The Mermaid Lounge: 11:00 a.m. […]It’s Absolutely The Animals, Open Stream Afternoon, and Jakob Dylan With & Without The Wallflowers Later, Monday, November 9, 2020 — #BecomeUngovernable Radio
Eric Burdon is one of my all-time heroes. I have seen him many times over the years so I couldn’t resist going to see a hometown concert at Newcastle City Hall. Eric Burdon is a legendary figure with a giant, deep, soulful voice. He took The Animals from Newcastle to the top the charts, London […]Eric Burdon Newcastle City Hall Sat 23 Jun 2018 — Vintagerock’s Weblog.