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Best Of 1966-68
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Track 2 featured most of the original Animals but was credited to Eric Burdon And The Animals as a single, these songs were released in 1966 and track 5 was more or less a Burdon solo single taken from his Eric Is Here album (also in 1966) with session musicians alongside second drummer Barry Jenkins.
The Eric Burdon And The Animals era kicks of properly from track 6 all the way to 15 when Eric put out a revamped Animals group (with Jenkins) that more or less drifted away from the original Animals sound, this line up relocated to San Francisco, California their music became more experimental adding folk, psychedelic rock, with sitar and other genres thrown in.
Between 1967 and 1968 the 'new' Animals released four albums, Winds Of Change, The Twain Shall Meet, Every One Of Us and Love Is, the latter featured future Police guitarist Andy Summers.
This compilation also features a quirky cover of Ike And Tina Turner's 'River Deep, Mountain High' (from Love Is) alongside 'Sky Pilot' (from The Twain Shall Meet) both in their in full length versions.
You also got the strange hippy dippy 'Winds Of Change' with some wind noises in the background with a sitar and a drug reference on 'A Girl Named Sandoz', overall I found this period more interesting then the 'original' incarnation of The Animals even though they recorded great music.Read more ›