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Eric Burdon on The Animals (1990)

Interview by Steve Roeser, Rock's Backpages Audio, June 1990

Head zoo-keeper Burdon talks about the Animals, the personalities, the splits, growing up in Newcastle, and about coming up and out of the '60s R&B boom.

File format: mp3; file size: 85.7mb, interview length: 1h 33' 34" sound quality: ***

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