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Eric Burdon — 'Til Your River Runs Dry (2013)

 Eric Burdon — 'Til Your River Runs Dry (2013)

Eric Burdon — 'Til Your River Runs Dry
Birth name: Eric Victor Burdon
Born: 11 May 1941, Walker, Newcastle upon Tyne, England
Location: New York
Album release: January 29, 2013
Record Label: ABKCO Records
Duration:     55:03
01. Water  (Eric Burdon / Dave Steen)     (4:21)
02. Memorial Day  (Tony Braunagel / Eric Burdon / Terry Wilson)  (4:39)
03. Devil And Jesus  (Eric Burdon / Gregg Sutton)    (4:22)
04. Wait  (Eric Burdon / Terry Wilson)    (3:46)
05. Old Habits Die Hard  (Eric Burdon / Tom Hambridge)   (4:01)
06. Bo Diddley Special  (Eric Burdon / Terry Wilson)     (5:29)
07. In The Ground (Eric Burdon / Terry Wilson / Stuart Ziff)  (4:11)
08. 27 Forever  (Eric Burdon / Terry Wilson)     (4:27)
09. River Is Rising  (Tony Braunagel / Eric Burdon / Jon Cleary)  (6:00)
10. Medicine Man  (Marc Cohn)    (4:39)
11. Invitation To The White House     (5:55)
12. Before You Accuse Me  (Bo Diddley)   (3:14)
Shamaar Allen  Trumpet
Danielle Boone  Coordination
Eric Boulanger  Mastering
Tony Braunagel  Composer, Drums, Percussion, Producer, Vocals (Background)
Eric Burdon  Composer, Liner Notes, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals
Marianna Burdon  Executive Producer, Photography
Lenny Castro  Percussion
Ed Cherney  Mixing
Jon Cleary  Arranger, Composer, Guitar, Piano
Marc Cohn  Composer
Alisa Coleman  Executive
Bo Diddley  Composer
Mike Finnigan  Hammond B3, Piano
Brian Fitzpatrick  Art Direction
Tom Hambridge  Composer
Wally Ingram  Percussion
Teresa James  Vocals (Background)
Craig Klein  Trombone
Teri Landi  Production Coordination
Darrell Leonard  Trumpet
Reggie McBride  Bass
Eric McFadden  Guitar, Mandolin, Spanish Guitar
Joe Parker  Executive
Matt Perrine  Tuba
Christianna Proestou  Cover Design, Layout
Jim Pugh  Keyboards, Piano
Doug Sax  Mastering
Johnny Lee Schell  Guitar
Leslie Smith  Vocal Arrangement
Dave Steen  Composer
Joe Sublett  Saxophone
Gregg Sutton  Composer
Brannen Temple  Drums
Terry Townson  Arranger, Horn Section
Billy Valentine  Vocals (Background)
Billy Watts  Guitar
Will Wheaton  Vocals (Background)
Terry Wilson  Bass, Composer
Red Young  Hammond B3, Keyboards
Stuart Ziff  Composer
Website: http://ericburdon.ning.com/
MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/ericburdon
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/OfficialEricBurdon
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ericburdon
Label: http://www.abkco.com/
General director: Marianna Proestou
Press contact: marianna@ericburdon.com
Agent: Powerline Entertainment. hartmusic814@aol.com
¶  "Til Your River Runs Dry, Eric Burdon's most personal album to date, features original tracks written by Burdon including Water, Bo Diddley Special, The River Is Rising, Wait and Memorial Day with a blues-rooted feel that has made him one of the most enduring artists spawned by the British Invasion of the 1960s. Til Your River Runs Dry was produced by Burdon and Tony Barnacle and recorded in New Orleans and Southern California where Eric recorded his last two albums. Til Your River Runs Dry is the long awaited return of one of rock's most creative, incisive songwriters and, certainly, an unparalleled vocal force. A Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, hailed by Rolling Stone as one of the 100 Greatest Voices of All Time, Eric Burdon continues as a vital contemporary artist while his legacy as front man of The Animals, with WAR at its inception and as a solo artist continues to grow as his influence enjoys a resurgence with both new artists and superstars."
In french:
¶  Un bel album, effectivement!
Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine  (Editor rating: ****)
¶  Eric Burdon never stopped working but he did effectively disappear, falling away from the spotlight sometime before the Animals were inducted to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1994. He kept touring, kept recording, but was decidedly underneath the radar until Bruce Springsteen made him a centerpiece of his 2012 South by Southwest keynote address, inviting the veteran rocker to share the stage with him later that night. Suddenly, Burdon was pushed into the spotlight and he capitalized upon his raised profile, cutting a quick and dirty indie EP with Cincinnati rockers the Greenhornes and then re-upping with Abkco (home of the Animals catalog) for 2013's 'Til Your River Runs Dry, his first high-profile record in eons and his first album of largely original material since 2004. At this late stage, Burdon isn't seeking reinvention -- he sticks to his basics, including two salutes to his hero Bo Diddley (one a cover; one a tribute) -- but he doesn't sound stale, either. He's engaging in the present by relying on his tradition, reviving the menacing minor-key rock of the Animals, touching upon a bit of War's multi-cultural funk, indulging his love of the blues, all while reflecting on mortality, waging a bit of social protest, recognizing that "Old Habits Die Hard," resisting the temptation to go gently into that good night. Burdon doesn't sound like a young man but he does sound invigorated, sometimes singing so passionately he teeters on the edge of self-parody, but that's the appeal of 'Til Your River Runs Dry: Burdon pours everything into this album, as if he realizes this is his last best shot to get the credit he's due. And, against all odds, he succeeds with this tough, flinty, proudly old-fashioned rock & roll album.
Eric Burdon & War:
01. Eric Burdon Declares "War" – 1970, #18 US, #47 in US Black Albums, #50 in UK, #7 in AUS, #11 in CAN, #14 in GER
02. The Black-Man's Burdon (double album) – 1970, #80 US, #17 in AUS, #38 in CAN, #20 in GER
03. Love Is All Around – 1976, #140 US
Eric Burdon & Jimmy Witherspoon:
01. Guilty! – 1971
02. Black & White Blues – 1979
The Eric Burdon Band:
01. Sun Secrets – 1974, #51 US, #84 in CAN
02. Stop – 1975, #171 US, #85 in CAN
03. Comeback (double album) – 1982
Eric Burdon:
01. Survivor – 1977
02. Darkness Darkness – 1980
03. The Last Drive – 1980
04. Power Company – 1983
05. I Used To Be An Animal – 1988
06. Lost Within the Halls of Fame – 1995
07. My Secret Life – 2004, #93 in DE
08. Soul of a Man – 2006, #43 in DE, #165 in FR
09. Eric Burdon & The Greenhornes – 2012
10. 'Til Your River Runs Dry – 2013
Live albums:
1965 – In The Beginning
1973 – The Animals with Sonny Boy Williamson
1984 – Rip It To Shreds: Greatest Hits Live, #195 in US
1985 – That's Live
1993 – Access All Areas*
1996 – Eric Burdon Live
1998 – Live At The Roxy
2000 – The Official Live Bootleg #1
2000 – The Official Live Bootleg #2
2001 – The Official Live Bootleg 2000
2002 – Live in Seattle 2002
2005 – Athens Traffic Live*
2009 – Live 17th October 1974
* indicates an album that contains both live and studio tracks
Biography by Richie Unterberger
¶  As the lead singer of the Animals, Eric Burdon was one of the British Invasion's most distinctive vocalists, with a searingly powerful blues-rock voice. When the first lineup of the group fell apart in 1966, Burdon kept the Animals' name going with various players for a few years. Usually billed as Eric Burdon & the Animals, the group was essentially Burdon's vehicle, which he used to purvey a far more psychedelic and less R&B-oriented vision. Occasionally he came up with a good second-division psychedelic hit, like "Sky Pilot"; more often, the music was indulgent, dating it almost immediately. Burdon's real triumphs as a solo artist came at the beginning of the '70s, when he hooked up with a bunch of L.A. journeyman soul/funksters who became his backing band, War. Recording three albums' worth of material in the year or two that they were together, the Burdon/War records could ramble on interminably, and would have benefited from a lot of editing. But they contained some spacy funkadelia of real quality, especially their number three hit single "Spill the Wine," which was almost recorded as an afterthought in the midst of sessions dominated by exploratory jams. Eric Burdon & War were already big stars on record and stage when Burdon, for reasons unclear to almost everyone, quit the band in 1971. War defied expectations and became even bigger when left to their own devices; Burdon, after recording an album with veteran bluesman Jimmy Witherspoon, cut a series of generally desultory solo albums. He recorded off and on after that, at times with the Animals, but has never come close to reaching the heights of his work with the early Animals and War. Burdon was always a riveting live performer, though, and he continued to tour with various incarnations of the Animals and as a solo act, branching out as a painter and author as well, and working in the studio when it suited him.
Burdon continued on this journeyman path until well into the new millennium, recording such solid albums as 2004's My Secret Life and 2006's Soul of a Man. In 2012, he experienced an unexpected comeback when Bruce Springsteen made him a cornerstone of his keynote speech at South by Southwest. Burdon joined Springsteen on-stage and was soon in demand. First, he recorded an EP with the Ohio-based garage rockers the Greenhornes, and then he devoted himself to the full-length 'Til Your River Runs Dry, which received a high-profile launch in January 2013.

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