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8 Replies to “ To Love Somebody - Eric Burdon & The Animals - Love Is (CD, Album) ”

  1. Sep 11,  · A fantastic album, but my least fave of the four I like from EB & the Animals "Psych" period. 1. Winds of Change 2. Every One of Us 3. Twain Shall Meet 4. Love Is But "Eric is Here" is the only one I don't really like. Those four are must haves for anyone that collects 60s music. You get some hits, Psych period jams, and classic Burdon vocals.
  2. May 18,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Eric Burdon And The Animals* - Love Is at Discogs. Complete your Eric Burdon And The Animals* collection/5().
  3. The DS influence on the band could be heard on the last side of double album Love Is, the final selection here and the last Eric Burdon And The Animals LP of the 60s. Two lengthy songs from Zoot and Andy’s old outfit Gemini and The Madman (Running Through The Fields) feature, in effect merging that band with Eric Burdon And The Animals.
  4. Love Is, an Album by Eric Burdon & The Animals. Released in September on One Way (catalog no. OW ; CD). Genres: Psychedelic Rock.
  5. Dec 05,  · Esoteric Recordings A new five-CD box set featuring expanded versions of all four albums recorded by Eric Burdon's lates incarnation of The Animals will be released on February 21, When I Was Young -- The MGM Recordings includes remastered editions of 's Winds of Change and 's The Twain Shall Meet, Every One of Us and Love .
  6. Love Is, originally released as a double vinyl album in , was Eric Burdon & the Animals' most ambitious effort and it very much epitomizes that period. It's a recording that truly reflects it's times with equal amounts of great musicianship and inspiration/5(8).
  7. The set features the albums “WINDS OF CHANGE” (both stereo and mono versions), “THE TWAIN SHALL MEET”, “EVERY ONE OF US” and “LOVE IS”, all newly re-mastered from the original master tapes, along with ten bonus tracks drawn from the band’s single releases, including the classic B-sides A GIRL NAMED SANDOZ, AIN’T THAT SO and GRATEFULLY DEAD.
  8. The seven-and-a-half-minute "River Deep, Mountain High" that opens this double LP signals the scope of ambition to come. The album concludes with the minute "Gemini/The Madman (Running Through the Fields" (featuring Zoot Money and a young Andy Summers); in between: the Animals’ inspired take on "Ring of Fire" plus "I’m an Animal," "As the Years Go Passing .

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