Eric Burdon Band - Eric Burdon Band mp3 album
- Performer: Eric Burdon Band
- Title: Eric Burdon Band
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: AA VOC WMA DXD MP1 TTA FLAC
- Style: Blues Rock, Classic Rock
- MP3 album: 1359 mb
- FLAC album: 1465 mb
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 233
Stop is a hard rock, R&B album by the first incarnation of the Eric Burdon Band, whose line-up consisted of Burdon, John Sterling, Kim Kesterson and Terry Ryan. The band was formed in 1971, after Burdon left his previous band War to cut an album with Jimmy Witherspoon. They recorded the 1971 album Guilty! and then, without Witherspoon, this album. Not released until July 1975, it featured no hit single, but did enjoy some American chart success, reaching both US and Canadian album charts.
More albums from Eric Burdon: My Secret Life by Eric Burdon. Live At The Roxy by Eric Burdon. Eric Burdon Sings The Animals’ Greatest Hits by Eric Burdon. Survivor by Eric Burdon. Rock & Pop Legends by Eric Burdon. Darkness Darkness by Eric Burdon. Guilty! by Eric Burdon. Power Company by Eric Burdon. View all albums . Eric Burdon Band. By: Eric Burdon (1982, Rock).
Eric Burdon Band 'STOP' LP is fairly psychedelic and R&B. This is a forgotten gem of an album. My tastes run from Zappa, Hawkwind, Pink Floyd, Beatles, Hendrix, King Crimson, Yes and other British Invasion bands, including the Animals. Eric Burdon was/is a great lead singer. His work with the Animals, War and his 'Eric Burdon Band' is impeccable. If you liked the last three bands that I mentioned, do yourself a favor and get a copy of this '70's' LP. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.
Survivor is a solo album by Eric Burdon released in 1977. It was recorded at the Advision Studios in London, England. Burdon reunited with Zoot Money to write songs for this album. Also his old friend Alexis Korner helped recording. That’s Live is a live album by Eric Burdon and his band, recorded live in Karlsruhe, Germany, on 8 March 1985, during a European tour.
Burdon agreed and they formed the "Eric Burdon – Brian Auger Band". After several tours they disbanded in 1994. Drummer Karma Auger is Auger's son. Track listing. Disc one. "Introduction" – (0:11). Don't Bring Me Down" (Gerry Goffin, Carole King) – (4:09). Misunderstood Intro" – (1:55). Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" (Bennie Benjamin, Sol Marcus) – (7:22).
|A2||Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood|
|A3||It's My Life|
|A4||Don't Bring Me Down|
|B1||Love Is For Wrong Times|
|B2||I've Been Travelling|
|C1||No More Elmore James|
|C2||We Gotta Out Of This Place|
|D1||Rivers Deep Mountain High|
|D3||The House Of The Rising Sun|
NotesLive In Milano 30-9-1982
Marketed and distributed by Pinnacle
B1 appears on back cover as Lowe Is For Wbong Times
C1 appears as No More Elmoke James
D3 appears as The Hoise Of The Rising Sun