THE ANIMALS (HILTON VALENTINE) - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 285235
Sale Price $234.00
Valentine signs a photo of the entire band in matching patterned shirts and black ties
Photograph signed:"Hilton Valentine". B/w, 7¼x7, 8x10 overall. Most critics agree that the rock 'n roll revolution of the 1950s had stalled by the early sixties, an era of merchandised "teen idols." That changed in when hard rocking "British invasion" bands, especially the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and the Animals, brought revitalized rock music back to the land of its birth. The Animals, formed in 1964 and popular in the US by the following year, recorded such hits as "House of the Rising Sun", "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" and "We've Gotta Get Out Of This Place". HILTON VALENTINE was the band's guitarist. Eric Burdonwas vocalist, Bryan Chandler was bassist and John Steel was drummer. Dave Rowberry joined the band as keyboardist in 1965; Valentine, with Steel and Chandler, left the group in 1966. Valentine recorded a solo album in 1969, and re-joined the Animals for reunion tours, beginning in 1976. Bruce Eder at All Music Guide observes that "Hilton Valentine "endures as one of the more well-liked and respected of still active 60's rock survivors." Fine condition.
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