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We Love You Lil - Eric Burdon & The Animals - The Twain Shall Meet


1987
Label: Polydor - 2354044 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Test Pressing, White Label • Country: Greece • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Pop Rock, Classic Rock
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9 thoughts on “ We Love You Lil - Eric Burdon & The Animals - The Twain Shall Meet

  1. Moogugis
    Apr 27,  · Eric Burdon and the Animals were one of the most successful psychedelic groups of s, having four top forty psychedelic hits in the USA during a period of about a year, a success that is only topped by Donovan and the Beatles/5(37).
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  2. Moogutaxe
    Apr 11,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Eric Burdon & The Animals - The Twain Shall Meet at Discogs. Complete your Eric Burdon & The Animals collection/5().
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  3. Meztilabar
    User Reviews. The Twain Shall Meet, An Eric Burdon and The Animals album. This album is a very psychedelic album, with the single-track, 'Sky Pilot' in two parts. About half of the album is instrumental, with Eric Burdon's songs played inbetween. This album was recorded about a year and a half after the original Animals fell apart, 6/
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  4. Mikara
    Apr 27,  · The Twain Shall Meet is way more of a real psychedelic album, although Monterrey is the lead-off track. Monterrey wasn't that bad of a song; it just wasn't psychedelic and it was one of a number of Burdon tunes where he just kind of provides a litany of performers that he likes (I guess)/5(37).
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  5. Arashidal
    Apr 27,  · The Twain Shall Meet is the second album by Eric Burdon & the Animals. The record includes "Sky Pilot", an anti-war song of the Vietnam War era which is by far the staple of the album. This tune became hugely popular with and still holds a special place /5(37).
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