Eric Victor Burdon (born 11 May 1941) is an English singer-songwriter and actor. He was previously the vocalist of rock band The Animals and funk band War. He is regarded as one of the British Invasion's most distinctive singers with his deep, powerful blues-rock voice In 2008, he was ranked 57th in Rolling Stone's list The 100 Greatest Singers of All Time. In April 1970, the resulting album was entitled Eric Burdon Declares "War" which produced the singles "Spill the Wine" and "Tobacco Road". A two-disc set entitled The Black-Man's Burdon, was released later in September 1970. The singles from the double album, "Paint It Black" and "They Can't Take Away Our Music", had moderate success during 1971. During this time Burdon collapsed on the stage during a concert, caused by an asthma attack, and War continued the tour without him.
Лучшие песни Eric Burdon. at my back As she disappeared, but soon she returned In her hand was a bottle of wine In the other a glass She poured some of the wine from the bottle into the glass And raised it to her lips And just before she drank it, she said Take the wine, take that pearl Spill the wine, take that pearl Spill the. wine, take that pearl, uh-huh, uh-huh Spill the wine, take that pearl Take that pearl, yeah It's all yours All you gotta do is spill that wine Spill that wine, let me feel, let me feel hot, yeah, yeah, oh, uh-huh Spill the wine, spill the wine, spill the wine, spill the wine Spill the wine,.
Eric Burdon & War. From the Album The Very Best Of War. May 1, 1970.
Eric Burdon has one of the most powerful and distinctive voices in rock and roll .
Spill the Wine" is a 1970 song performed by Eric Burdon and the band War. It was released as a single in May 1970, backed by the non-album track "Magic Mountain", and was War's first chart hit. "Spill the Wine" first appeared on the album Eric Burdon Declares War and runs 4:51. Dickerson, Lonnie Jordan, Charles Miller, Lee Oskar, and Howard Scott.
Three of the five tunes are meandering ic jams, two of which, "Tobacco Road" and "Blues for Memphis Slim," chug along for nearly 15 minutes. These showcase the then-unknown War's funky fusion, and Burdon's still-impressive vocals, but suffer from a lack of focus and substance. Spill the Wine," on the other hand, is inarguably the greatest moment of the Burdon-fronted lineup