“Every One Of Us” by Eric Burdon and The Animals - album review

TJR says

1968 was a very busy year for The Animals, "Every One Of Us" was the second of three albums to be released in the year, and the first to feature the keyboards and organs of new member Zoot Money, who had joined in April from psychedelic rockers Dantalian’s Chariot, a band of whom Burdon was a big fan. This sound was much heavier than anything that appeared before, and Hendrixification had clearly taken root within the group. It was vibe over song, with many tracks starting quietly and ending in a completely different place, usually involving a fair bit of wah wah…

The Jukebox Rebel
05-Oct-2009

A1 [04:43] 6.3.png Eric Burdon and The Animals - White House (Eric Burdon) Rock
A2 [00:24] 5.0.png Eric Burdon and The Animals - Uppers And Downers (Eric Burdon) Novelty
A3 [06:17] 5.0.png Eric Burdon and The Animals - Serenade To A Sweet Lady (John Weider) Prog
A4 [06:15] 7.5.png Eric Burdon and The Animals - The Immigrant Lad (Eric Burdon) Folk
A5 [05:25] 7.4.png Eric Burdon and The Animals - Year Of The Guru (Eric Burdon) Rock
B1 [04:15] 5.8.png Eric Burdon and The Animals - St. James Infirmary (Traditional) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B2 [19:00] 7.2.png Eric Burdon and The Animals - New York 1963 - America 1968 (Eric Burdon, George Money) Rock




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