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8 thoughts on “ Eric Burdon And The Animals* - Help Me Girl (Vinyl)

  1. Salmaran
    Jan 22,  · In my opinion the best LP to start with is The Greatest Hits of Eric Burdon and the Animals, which to my knowledge has never been issued on CD in this form. For CD this is the best place to start - it has all but two songs from the LP I mention above.
  2. Dorg
    Absolute Animals ( Remastered Edition) is quite simply the best, most comprehensive single CD Animals compilation available in the world, covering the legendary band's output from beginning to end, incorporating the first era of R&B-styled classics and the second era of spacey, psychedelic excursions/5(35).
  3. Douzil
    Label variation, similar to Eric Burdon And The Animals* - Help Me Girl but this release contains credits for Production on the left side of the label below Helios Music credit and Arrangement and Conduction on the right side of the label below the MGM Catalog number. Also note use of "&" in Eric Burdon & The Animals.
  4. Dour
    Aug 12,  · Published on Aug 12, Their last UK release on Decca and the first to feature 'Eric Burdon' in the band's name. Charted at No Written by .
  5. Tojashicage
    Eric Burdon & The Animals - Help Me Girl: Tracklist (Vinyl) A: Help Me Girl: B: See See Rider (See What You've Done) * Items below may differ depending on the release. Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results eric burdon & the animals help me girl.
  6. Malakree
    This was a reunion of the five original Animals from the group's first incarnation — Eric Burdon, Alan Price, Hilton Valentine, Chas Chandler, and John Steel, in their first recording sessions (and, save for a one-off concert in , their first musical project at all) since
  7. Akiktilar
    Nov 11,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Help Me Girl · Eric Burdon & The Animals The Best Of Eric Burdon And The Animals ( - ) ℗ Polydor Inc. Released on: Producer.
  8. Zulkisar
    Burdon began work on a solo album, called Eric Is Here, which also featured Burdon's UK number 14 solo hit single, "Help Me, Girl", which he heavily promoted on TV shows such as Ready Steady Go! and Top of the Pops in late Eric Is Here was Burdon's final release for Decca Records.