Inside Looking Out

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Eric Burdon Tribute Channel 6

The Animals performing 'Inside Looking Out', on a US TV show in 1966. So great! I LOVE this clip!

Eric Burdon - vocals
Hilton Valentine - guitar
Dave Rowberry - keyboards
Chas Chandler - bass
John Steel - drums

Please visit my tribute channel to The Animals:
https://www.youtube.com/user/magusmagic5

Retrieved from Wikipedia:
Inside Looking Out on Wikipedia
"Inside-Looking Out"
Single by The Animals
from the album Animalization
B-side"Outcast"
"You're On My Mind" (Burdon/Rowberry)
ReleasedFebruary 1966
Format7", 45rpm
Length3:44
LabelDecca F12332
MGM 13468
Writer(s)John Lomax, Alan Lomax, Eric Burdon, Chas Chandler
Producer(s)Tom Wilson
The Animals singles chronology

"Inside-Looking Out", often written "Inside Looking Out",[1] is a 1966 single by The Animals. It was a substantial hit in their native land, reaching number 12 on the UK Singles Chart, number 21 in Canada, and number 34 in the United States on the U.S. pop singles chart.[2] The song is very loosely based on a prison work chant entitled "Rosie," attributed to C. B. and Axe Gang, that was collected by musicologist Alan Lomax and released in his album Popular Songbook.[3][4]

In 1969 it was covered by Grand Funk Railroad, who on their album Grand Funk added some marijuana references to the lyrics such as changing the original's "rebirth" to "reefer" and "canvas bags" to "nickel bags" ("burlap bags" in later reissues). It was a concert staple of the band for years and is included on their Grand Funk Live Album.

A reworking of portions of the song was also recorded by the Austrian band Novak's Kapelle in 1969 as "Hypodermic Needle". It was later covered by doom metal band The Obsessed, released on their 1999 compilation album, Incarnate and again by The Greenhornes on their 2001 self-titled second album. In 2001, Eric Burdon released a live cover on Official Live Bootleg 2000.

Other covers included by Gerry Joe Weise, Shot on Site, The Mops, and The Rationals. Grand Funk's version is sampled in the songs "Sound of da Police" by KRS-One and "High 5 (Rock The Catskills)" by Beck. Canadian guitarist Pat Travers also covered the song in 2003 on his album Power Trio.

References and notes

  1. ^ The spelling "Inside-Looking Out" refers to the spelling on the original 1966 singles (Decca, MGM)
  2. ^ The Animals, "Inside Looking Out" Chart Positions Retrieved March 20, 2015
  3. ^ Lomax, Alan (R.D. Cohen, ed.), 2003: Alan Lomax: Selected Writings 1934-1997, Routledge, p. 73
  4. ^ Sturman, Janet. "Rosie." Instructor materials for Music 109, "Rock and American Popular Music."

External links

  • Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics


   

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