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Sunday, 25 November 2012

ERIC BURDON AT ROLLING STONE



Eric Burdon and the Greenhornes
Eric Burdon and the Greenhornes
An icy tumble, of all things, is at the root of "Black Dog," the first song on a new self-titled EP that veteran blues-rocker Eric Burdon recorded with Cincinnati garage band the Greenhornes. Brendan Benson produced the four-song collection, Eric Burdon and the Greenhornes, which is due November 23rd as part of Record Store Day's "Black Friday."
The singer, 71, who led the Animals in the Sixties and War in the Seventies, had been plagued with back pain for the past few years after slipping on a patch of ice and falling. "The only time I wasn't in pain was when I was onstage," he tells Rolling Stone. "It started affecting me mentally, and that's why I got into 'Black Dog.'" 
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