Poem By The Sea - Eric Burdon & The Animals - Winds Of Change
Label: MGM Records - SE 4484 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock
The record was more or less divided into two distinctly different sides, the first more conceptual and ambitious psychedelic mood pieces and the second comprised of more conventionally structured songs, although even these were hard, mostly bluesy and blues-based rock, their jumping-off point closer to Jimi Hendrix than Sonny Boy Williamson.
The band's new era opened with waves washing over the title track, which included sitar and electric violin, while Burdon 's voice, awash in reverb, calmly recited a lyric that dropped a lot of major names from blues, jazz, and rock.
There were also, as with most of the group's work from this period, a few easily accessible tracks that could make good singles, in this instance "Good Times" and "San Franciscan Nights," a Top Ten record in various countries around the world in the last quarter ofalthough, as Alan Clayson points out in his notes, the Missões Naturais - Almir Sater - Cria song Tomorrow - Ramos* - Hugo (29) - The Dream overlooked in England for nearly 12 months after its release elsewhere, and then appeared as the B-side to the relatively straightforward, brooding, moody rocker "Anywhere.
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