Animalisms is the fifth studio album by British R&B/blues rock band the Animals, and was released in the United Kingdom in May 1966 on Decca Records. It was the first Animals album to be produced by Tom Wilson as well as the first to feature keyboardist Dave Rowberry after the May 1965 departure of original keyboardist Alan Price. It reached No. 4 on the UK Albums Chart and remained there for 17 weeks. Eric Burdon – lead vocals. Hilton Valentine – guitar, vocals. Dave Rowberry – keyboards, vocals.
Animalisms by The Animals. Format – mp3. Download album for free and listen online on Myzcloud. Songs in album The Animals - Animalisms (1966). 1. One Monkey Don't Stop No Show.
During their first two years of recording, the Animals had never quite succeeded when it came to recording LPs - good as some of the songs on their first two albums, done for EMI, had been, there was this sense that single were what this band was really about. Then, newly signed to English Decca, they delivered Animalisms, a truly transcendent collection of a dozen songs, mostly superb covers interspersed with some good originals, principally by Eric Burdon and Dave Rowberry. Burdon was never singing better and the group had developed a bold, tight sound that seemed to lift his soul shouting.
Animalisms is the third British album by British group The Animals A 1996 British CD reissue of the album combined Animalisms, Animalization, and a 1963 independent EP cut as The Alan Price Rhythm and Blues Combo, all under a different cover Contents.