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Eric Burdon and The Animals

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That's quite a feat, though sometimes it's sad when former major acts end up playing somewhat lesser gigs--I remember seeing the Rascals at the after-Grammy party in NYC some years ago--it was more like a wedding band gig. But it's really an amazing feat to be still in demand over 40 years after they broke in to the business.

Burdon sang full throttle and directly from his soul, not many British invasion bands could claim that. Dave Clarke Five's singer did that too on a few songs, but no real comparison to Burdon. Procol Harum's Gary Brooker, Stevie Winwood. My favorite at the time was the Stones, but Jagger is more of an actor than a vocalist, though a damn good one. See their live Scorcese movie--the music blisters. Buddy Guy's blues jam with them is as intense a performance as I've ever seen on film.

So Paul, what's the name of your band?



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