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Eddie Roberts & The Fire Eaters - Burn! download Performer: Eddie Roberts
Title: Burn!
Style: Soul-Jazz, Jazz-Funk
Released: 2011
Country: Germany
MP3 album: 1447 mb
FLAC album: 1792 mb
WMA album: 1388 mb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: MOD FLAC VOX MPC MP2 XM AHX
Genre: Jazz / Funk & Soul / Blues
Eddie Roberts & The Fire Eaters - Burn! download

Tracklist

Gutterball 5:30
Lope Song 3:57
Lonely For You Baby 4:24
Workout 4:45
Eazy Rider 5:56
Cigar Eddie 6:02
The Skunk 4:17
Booga Lou 2:32
Take Some Time For Yourself 5:58
Latona 3:49
Biskit 5:49
I Believe In Miracles 5:16
Eazy Rider (Chip Wickham Remix) 4:06
The Skunk (Chip Wickham Remix) 4:24

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LEGO 032 Eddie Roberts & The Fire Eaters Eddie Roberts & The Fire Eaters - Burn! ‎(CD, Album) Légère Recordings LEGO 032 Germany 2011
LEGO032-VL Eddie Roberts & The Fire Eaters Eddie Roberts & The Fire Eaters - Burn ! ‎(LP, Album) Légère Recordings LEGO032-VL Germany 2011
LEGO 032 Eddie Roberts & The Fire Eaters Eddie Roberts & The Fire Eaters - Burn! ‎(CD, Album, Promo, pla) Légère Recordings LEGO 032 Germany 2011
LEGO032-VL Eddie Roberts & The Fire Eaters Eddie Roberts & The Fire Eaters - Burn ! ‎(LP, Album) Légère Recordings LEGO032-VL Germany 2017
LEGO032-VL Eddie Roberts & The Fire Eaters Eddie Roberts & The Fire Eaters - Burn ! ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Red) Légère Recordings LEGO032-VL Germany 2017


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Added comment in notes:" Burn! is the proof that Eddie's feelings were true. The Fire Eaters, as the combo was now called, recorded the album produced by Eddie Roberts himself in 2010, completed 12 tracks including a good number of Eddie Roberts originals as well as their versions of classic acid jazz & soul tunes like "I Believe In Miracles", the "Lope Song" or "Latona". Listen for yourself and travel way back to the times when jazz had soul and there was freedom in the rhythm."