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Every One Of Us

Eric Burdon & The Animals

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1.1
White Houses
Eric Burdon & The Animals
3:53
1.2
Uppers And Downers
Eric Burdon & The Animals
0:24
1.3
Serenade To A Sweet Lady
Eric Burdon & The Animals
6:17
1.4
The Immigrant Lad
Eric Burdon & The Animals
6:15
1.5
Year Of The Guru
Eric Burdon & The Animals
5:23
1.6
St. James Infirmary
Eric Burdon & The Animals
5:03
1.7
New York 1963 - America 1968
Eric Burdon & The Animals
18:48
Total Playing Time    46:03
Every One of Us is an album by Eric Burdon & The Animals. It was released in 1968 on MGM Records. It was the second of three albums released by the band in the United States in that year! At the time of the release of the album in August 1968, both Danny McCulloch and Vic Briggs had been fired from the band earlier that summer, and Eric Burdon was seeking replacement musicians. Unlike the previous two albums, involving shared songwriting credits with band members, Every One of Us is primarily compositions solely credited to Eric Burdon.
192 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Universal Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-7 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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