It's hard to believe that the first four albums by one of the British Invasion's best bands have never been released on CD before. But they're finally here, gathered on 'The Animals: The Mickie Most Years and More' box set.
Former Animals and War vocalist Eric Burdon may be on the verge of his 72nd birthday, but the rock and roll legend is keeping busier than ever. In the past five months, he has released two records -- an EP with garage rockers the Greenhornes and his dynamic new album, the critically acclaimed 'Til Your River Runs' Dry'. Add to that a round of live appearances, including the high-profile South By Southwest festival, and now, he has announced a book signing deal for his autobiography. Titled 'Breathless,' the book will cover Burdon's amazing 50-year-and-counting career, and more.
Rock and roll legend Eric Burdon is celebrating the release of his brand new album, 'Til Your River Runs Dry,' and we at Ultimate Classic Rock are giving you the chance to win a deluxe Burdon prize package.
Eric Burdon's personal stake in water conservation may be the only thing that distracts one from an otherwise great song from his upcoming ''Til Your River Runs Dry' album. WIth 'Water,' the lead singer of the Animals works his message around retro production, but after the third instrumental break one grows weary of his plight.
Eric Burdon will share his thoughts on religon, politics and the environment in songs on his new solo album ''Til Your River Runs Dry.' The project -- scheduled to be released digitally and on vinyl and CD Jan. 29 -- includes 12 songs, most of which were written by the Animals frontman.
Eric Burdon will be off the road for a while, as the singer is currently recovering from back surgery. The former Animals singer checked in to a California hospital Friday (July 27), where he underwent a procedure to alleviate his pain.
Pip, a 19-year-old singer from Marietta, Ga., who goes by one name, tackled the classic tune 'House of the Rising Sun,' for his blind audition on tonight's episode of 'The Voice.' His rendition of the song, popularized by the Animals in the 1960s, proved to be a big hit on the show.
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