Animalisms

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Animalisms
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Studio album by
ReleasedMay 1966
RecordedJanuary 1966
Genre
Length36:45
Label Decca
Producer Tom Wilson
The Animals UK chronology
Animal Tracks
(1965)
Animalisms
(1966)
Winds of Change
(1967)
Professional ratings
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Animalisms is the third 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. [3]

Contents

Track listing

Side one
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."One Monkey Don't Stop No Show" Joe Tex 3:18
2."Maudie" John Lee Hooker 4:01
3."Outcast" Eddie Campbell, Ernie Johnson Jnr. 3:02
4."Sweet Little Sixteen" Chuck Berry 3:05
5."You're on My Mind" Eric Burdon, Dave Rowberry 2:52
6."Clapping"Rowberry1:18
Side two
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
7."Gin House Blues"Henry Troy, Fletcher Henderson 4:36
8."Squeeze Her, Tease Her"Alonzo Tucker, Jackie Wilson2:57
9."What Am I Living For"Fred Jay, Art Harris3:11
10."I Put a Spell on You" Screamin' Jay Hawkins 2:54
11."That's All I Am to You" Winfield Scott, Otis Blackwell 2:22
12."She'll Return It"Rowberry, Burdon2:40
1999 CD reissue bonus tracks
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
13."Inside-Looking Out"Burdon, John Lomax, Alan Lomax, Chas Chandler 3:43
14."Don't Bring Me Down" Gerry Goffin, Carole King 3:15
15."Cheating"Chandler, Burdon2:22
16."Help Me Girl" Scott English, Larry Weiss 2:33
17."See See Rider"Traditional; arranged by Rowberry3:59
18."I Just Want to Make Love to You" (In the Beginning There Was Early Animals EP) Willie Dixon 3:44
19."Boom Boom" (In the Beginning There Was Early Animals EP)Hooker3:47
20."Big Boss Man" (In the Beginning There Was Early Animals EP)Al Smith, Luther Dixon 3:43
21."Pretty Thing" (In the Beginning There Was Early Animals EP)Dixon2:36
22."Don't Bring Me Down" (Stereo version) 3:14
23."See See Rider" (Stereo version) 4:00
24."Help Me Girl" (Stereo version) 2:39
25."Cheating" (Stereo version) 2:21

Personnel

Charts

ChartYearPeak
position
UK Albums Chart 19664

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References

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  2. Larkin, Colin (2011). The Encyclopedia of Popular Music. Omnibus Press. ISBN   9780857125958 . Retrieved 1 May 2019.
  3. "UK Chart Stats". Official Charts . 12 May 2018. Retrieved 30 December 2018.