Eric Burdon

Eric Victor Burdon (* 11. Mai 1941 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England) ist ein britischer Rock-Musiker. Er war Sänger der Rockbands The Animals und War.


Tabacco Road

1967. Eric Burdon and the Animals

Boom Boom

The Animals - a live performance of 'Boom Boom' at the New Musical Express poll winners concert, Wembley Arena, England, April 11, 1965.

Eric Burdon - vocals, Hilton Valentine - lead guitar, Alan Price - keyboards, Chas Chandler - bass guitar, John Steel - drums.

Goin' Down Slow

A song from their US LP Animalism, 1966.  

Worried Life Blues

A bluesy track from their 2nd album, Animal Tracks.

I believe to my soul

The Animals with Eric Burdon - a cover of Ray Charles's "I believe to my soul" from 1965.


Eric Burdon & War, Copenhagen 1971

Highway 62

As The Years Go Passing By

For Miss Caulker

Gin House Blues

Live recording from the Monterey Pop Festival, 1967. From the CD 'Roadrunners'.

Heartbreak Hotel

I Put a Spell On You

From the UK album Animalisms.

It Hurts Me Too

"It Hurts Me Too" by Eric Burdon, taken from "Comeback" (1982). Featuring a dialoge by Louisiana Red in the beginning, taken from the film.