The Animals - The Animals album download
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||I'm In Love Again
Written-By – Domino-Bartholomew*
|A2||Bury My Body
Arranged By – Price*
|B1||I'm Mad Again
Written-By – Hooker*
|B2||She Said Yeah
Written-By – Christy*, Jackson*
- Bass – Bryan (Chas) Chandler*
- Drums – John Steel
- Guitar – Hilton Valentine
- Organ – Alan Price
- Producer – Mickie Most
- Vocals – Eric Burden*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: 7XCA.2401
- Matrix / Runout: 7XCA.2402
|SEG 8439||The Animals||The Animals (7", EP, Mono)||Columbia||SEG 8439||UK||1964|
|SEGO 8439, SEGO-8439||The Animals||The Animals (7", EP)||Columbia, Columbia||SEGO 8439, SEGO-8439||Australia||1964|
|8302-1||The Animals||The Animals (10", EP, Mono, Ltd, RE)||ABKCO||8302-1||US||2015|
The discography of The Animals, an English music group of the 1960s formed in Newcastle upon Tyne, contains 20 studio albums, 6 compilation albums, 5 EPs and 25 singles. Featuring a gritty, bluesy sound and a deep-voiced frontman in Eric Burdon, they are best known for their rendition of an American folk song named "House of the Rising Sun", which is described by many as their signature song.
Album da banda inglesa The Animals lançado no Estados Unidos em 1964.
Released a month ahead of its .
The Animals (US Version). The Animals (US Version) Tracklist. 1. The House of the Rising Sun Lyrics.
Released on a black MGM label with the lion logo on top. Cat. no. on left hand side of label. Also issued in stereo (.
EP, 1964, Columbia Records, EMI Records. The House of the Rising Sun. 2. Gonna Send You Back to Walker. Album, Октябрь 1964, MGM Records.
The Animals produced some great album tracks, such as "I'm Mad Again" (originally by John Lee Hooker), "Worried Life Blues", and "Bury My Body". After leaving Most, the group would maintain their peak for another year or so despite the departure of one of Rock's all-time finest organists, Alan Price. This compilation has everything that Price recorded with the group, including four previously unreleased cuts and the non-LP Eric Burdon original on the B-side of "It's My Life", "I'm Gonna Change the World.