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8 thoughts on “ Gin House Blues - The Animals - Animalisms (CD, Album)

  1. Animalisms, an Album by The Animals. Released in on Repertoire (catalog no. REP WY; CD). Genres: British Rhythm & Blues, British Blues.
  2. The Animals - Animalisms - CD & LP Format: CD & LP CD reissued with 13 bonus tracks. Vinyl comes as a gram blue vinyl re-issue of the Animals classic third album - Animalisms with double sided insert Tracklisting CD
  3. Animalisms is the fifth studio album by British R&B/blues rock band the Animals, and was released in the United Kingdom in May on Decca Records. It was the first Animals album to be produced by Tom Wilson as well as the first to feature keyboardist Dave Rowberry after the May departure of original keyboardist Alan Price.
  4. Animalisms (CD) The Animals Five Animals Don't Stop No Show [Record Store Day] (LP) The Animals We Gotta Get Out Of This Place [Record Store Day] (LP) Gin House Blues. The Animals 2. Squeeze Her-Tease Her (But Love Her) The Animals 3. What Am I Living For? The Animals.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Animalisms on Discogs. Label: Repertoire Records - REP WY • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock, Rock & Roll/5(25).
  6. Animalisms (CD) The Animals Currently Unavailable. $ SHIPS FREE in U.S. Also available in: Vinyl LP. Track Listing. Disc 1 Titles. Artist. Gin House Blues. The Animals 8. Squeeze Her-Tease Her (But Love Her) The Animals 9. What Am I Living For? The Animals.
  7. Ironically, the Animalisms album (which was issued in America two months later in somewhat altered form, as Animalization) appeared just as the group was about to enter its final phase of existence -- they'd switched drummers from John Steel to Barry Jenkins during the period in which these tracks were recorded, and Burdon would soon decide to dissolve the lineup.
  8. "Gin House Blues" is the title of two different blues songs, which have become confused over the years. Both songs were first recorded by Bessie Smith.. The song originally titled "Gin House Blues" was written in by Fletcher Henderson with lyrics by Henry Troy, and recorded by Bessie Smith with Henderson on 18 March It has the opening lines "I've got a sad sad .

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