9 thoughts on “ Roll On Kirk - Eric Burdon & War - Eric Burdon Declares ;War; (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Feb 26,  · referencing Eric Burdon Declares "War", LP, Album, Wad, SE This is an absolutely phenomenal album, totally underrated imo. It's absolutely a concept album in the vein of DSOTM, there's a whole story across the tracks/5().
  2. The debut effort by Eric Burdon and War was an erratic effort that hinted at more potential than it actually delivered. Three of the five tunes are meandering blues-jazz-psychedelic jams, two of which, "Tobacco Road" and "Blues for Memphis Slim," chug along for nearly 15 minutes.4/
  3. Eric Burdon was still in a Trippy Psychedelic phase during this time - probably a little out of sync with the direction of WAR - so you get an interesting hybrid. This album might have the greatest appeal to fans of the early 70's music, where there we so many musical styles being explored / merged/5().
  4. The Vision of Rassan: Dedication/ Roll On Kirk, Tobacco Road: Tobacco Road/ I Have a Dream/ Tobacco Road, Spill the Wine, Blues for Memphis Slim: Birth/ Mother Earth/ Mr. Charlie/ Danish Pastry/ Mother Earth, You're No Stranger.
  5. bezogen auf Eric Burdon Declares "War", LP, Album, Wad, SE This is an absolutely phenomenal album, totally underrated imo. It's absolutely a concept album in the vein of DSOTM, there's a whole story across the tracks/5().
  6. Eric Burdon Declares "War", an Album by Eric Burdon and War. Released in May on MGM (catalog no. SE ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Psychedelic Soul, Funk, Psychedelic Rock. Featured peformers: Harold Brown (drums), Papa Dee Allen (aka_text conga role_id aka_text, percussion), B.B. Dickerson (bass, vocals), Howard Scott (guitar, vocals), Lee Oskar (harmonica), Charles Miller .
  7. Eric Burdon Declares "War" is the first of two original albums by funk band Eric Burdon and War, released on MGM Records in April It peaked at number 18 on record charts in the USA, number 50 in the UK, and number 7 in Australia. [citation needed] The back cover includes this declaration: "We the People, have declared War against the People, for the right to love each other".
  8. [citation needed] Eric Burdon and War began playing live shows to audiences throughout Southern California before entering into the studio to record their debut album Eric Burdon Declares "War". The album's best known track, "Spill the Wine", was a hit and launched the band's career. s: Height of popularity. Eric Burdon and War toured.
  9. Jan 04,  · So WB basically told Eric "you'll never work in this country again, son", not sure if they meant the UK the US or both. So that and drugs/drink led to some kind of personal breakdown for Eric. And War kind of ditched him, maybe figuring he was a liability. Either way I really like their albums together. Post-Burdon War I haven't check out really.

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