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Animals & Beyond [Import italien]
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INFO: Umfassende Anthologie einer der grössten Rock-Legenden aller Zeiten: ERIC BURDON. Eine fantastische Zeitreise zu den Anfängen des Rock´n´Roll in Great Britain. Hervorragendes, superrares archival footage und classic performances seiner gößten Hits wie z.B. The House Of The Rising Sun , We´ve Gotta Get Out Of This Place u.v.m. Incl. Eric Burdon, Sammy Hagar, Chas Chandler, John Steel, Brian Auger u.v.a. HANDLUNG: Eric Burdon wird immer wieder assoziiert mit der britischen Rock´n´Roll-Legende THE ANIMALS. Die Band aus Newcastle katapultierte sich mit ihrem Überhit The House Of the Rising Sun in den frühen 60ern aus dem Nichts heraus an die Spitze des Pop-Olymps. Der Song wurde zum Welthit und auch die nachfolgenden Stücke wie z.B. We´ve Gotta Get Ot Of This Place & Don´t Let Be Me Misunderstood avancierten zu Superhits. Dieser Film ist eine einzigartige Retrospektive, die die turbulente Karriere des Superstars Eric Burdon analytisch durchleuchtet und dabei viele seiner Weggefährten zu Wort kommen lässt. Wie z.B. die ehemaligen Bandmitglieder der ANIMALS (John Steel und Hilton Valentine) & Zoot Money von den NEW ANIMALS. Außerdem gibt es Interviews mit Eric Burdon himself und Brian Auger, die seinerzeit gemeinsame musikalische Projekte verfolgten. Außerdem gibt es rare Clips & Footage von den ANIMALS, THE NEW ANIMALS und ERIC BURDON AND WAR. Essentiell... TRACKLISTE: 01. Opening Title 02. Shout 03. We´ve Gotta Get Ot Of This Place 04. House Of The Rising Sun 05. It´s My life 06. Don´t Let Be Me Misunderstood 07. Inside-Looking out 08. Don´t Bring Me Down 09. See See Rider 10. When I Was Young 11. Hey Gyp 12. Monterey 13. Good Times 14. Spill The Wine 15. Don´t Let Be Me Misunderstood 16. End Credits
Un vero e proprio viaggio indietro nel tempo dedicato al leggendario performer Eric Burdon, che ci riporta agli inizi della British Rock'n'Roll Invasion. Un nome quello di Burdon indissolubilmente legato agli Animals, che costituiscono il materiale d'indagine principale di questo documentario ufficiale. Comprende rare performances live di alcuni classici del suo repertorio come: The House Of The Rising Sun, It's My Life, We Gotta Get Out Of This Place, Monterey, C.C.Ryder, Shout e molte altre. Tra le interviste quelle con lo stesso Burdon ed altri personaggi dell'epoca come Brian Auger, Sammy Hagar, John Steel, Hilton Valentine, Chas Chandler.
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There are quite a few interesting interviews and commentary but all the music contained herein is all just short clips.
At least they mostly interview people relevant to the story, mostly Eric Burdon in a really laid back way. There are also interview clips with Chas Chandler, Alan Price, etc., but the appearances of Sammy Hagar is awkward & out of place. I guess since he says he saw them at Monterey it has some relevance.
Very interesting stories about the Animals days, especially touring England on one bus with Jerry Lee Lewis and Chuck Berry, who apparently were not very compatible touring partners, to put it nicely. That story is a hoot. Also who knew that "House Of The Rising Sun" was done in one take, and their management (Michael Jeffries of Jimi Hendrix fame)and producer Mickey Most resisted even doing it. The story about Eric meeting Nina Simone was also very interesting. Interesting views about Jimi Hendrix, too, of whom Eric was supposedly a good friend of.
You could tell that early R&R management, producers, touring, etc. took its toll on musicians, even when they were strong and young. The Animals just got screwed from the get-go. No wonder why they didn't last.
All in all, a good documentary for Animals, Eric Burdon (and the Animals), and War fans. My main gripes are a lack of identification of people being interviewed (at least do it on their first appearance), and music clips that only last a minute or two. Come on documentary makers, many of us want to see the ENTIRE song, not just a short clip. At least make it a menu item to watch the entire performances separately, if possible. Warning - if you must have a performance clip of the song "Sky Pilot", it does NOT appear here.
Sound quality varies (stereo and mono) but is acceptable considering the sources.
Burdon is both intelligent and a fine storyteller, and his memories of some of the musical legends he had met and worked with are fascinating and delightful. His recollections of the appalling mismanagement and outright thievery of The Animals earnings are tempered by the fact that his love of making music outweighs any consideration of money and ego. And, although his career after the Animals is glossed over, it was interesting to me, since I had either forgotten or never knew about his association with War [ ! ].
Several reviewers have mentioned being perplexed by the the fact that Burdon remains underrated. As someone who is non-musical and female, I'll suggest that despite his powerful voice and amazing output, he lacked the physical prettiness that so many fans look for in a lead vocalist. I read an interview with Burdon afterward, where he mentions, in a different context, that people went to see bands and not hear them, and those bands that understood that fact, like The Stones, made the most of it. Interesting stuff. Three and a half stars.
The documentary consists of an interview with Eric intercut with performance and other clips of his career. Also, for some reason, footage of Sammy Hagar talking about his admiration for Mr. Burdon. I have nothing against Sammy Hagar (though I'm team Diamond Dave) but Eric has worked with so many people that it would have been nice to see more of them being interviewed.
Eric comes across as very intelligent and a great storyteller talking not just about himself but his time with other contemporaries such as Hendrix and Chuck Berry. You know he's got a million more great stories; time for a one man stage show perhaps?
The concert clips show what a dynamic performer he is. Seriously, why is Eric Burdon so underrated in the annals of rock history? See this video and you'll probably agree.