Top Eric Andersen Albums
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The Essential Eric Andersen
The Essential Eric Andersen
[2018]
Silent Angel: Fire and Ashes of Heinrich Böll - EP
Silent Angel: Fire and Ashes of Heinrich Böll - EP
[2017]
Mingel with the Universe: The Worlds of Lord Byron
Mingel with the Universe: The Worlds of Lord Byron
[2017]
Shadow and Light of Albert Camus - EP
Shadow and Light of Albert Camus - EP
[2014]
Close to Home
Close to Home
[2013]
'Bout Changes 'n' Things - Take 2
'Bout Changes 'n' Things - Take 2
[2012]
Today is the Highway
Today is the Highway
[2012]
The Cologne Concert
The Cologne Concert
[2011]
The Beatles
The Beatles
[2011]
Plane Rides & Ocean Tides
Plane Rides & Ocean Tides
[2010]
Exile "The Hidden Years" Vol 1
[2009]
Exile the Hidden Years, Vol. 2
Exile the Hidden Years, Vol. 2
[2009]
Vanguard Visionaries: Eric Andersen
Vanguard Visionaries: Eric Andersen
[2007]
Blue Rain (Live)
Blue Rain (Live)
[2007]
Eric Andersen: Blue Rain Live
Eric Andersen: Blue Rain Live
[2007]
Violets of Dawn
Violets of Dawn
[2006]
'Bout Changes and Things
'Bout Changes and Things
[2006]
Waves (Great American Song Series Vol. 2)
Waves (Great American Song Series Vol. 2)
[2005]
The Street Was Always There (Great American Song Series, Vol. 1)
The Street Was Always There (Great American Song Series, Vol. 1)
[2004]
Beat Avenue
Beat Avenue
[2003]
You Can't Relive the Past
You Can't Relive the Past
[2000]
Memory of the Future
Memory of the Future
[1999]
Stages - The Lost Album
Stages - The Lost Album
[1991]
Ghosts Upon the Road
Ghosts Upon the Road
[1989]
Be True to You
Be True to You
[1975]
Blue River
Blue River
[1972]
Eric Andersen
Eric Andersen
[1969]
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Related Information for Eric Andersen
Eric Andersen (singer/songwriter) was born in Pittsburgh (USA) on February 14, 1943.Eric Andersen belonged in the early sixties together with Phil Ochs and Bob Dylan to the Greenwich Village folkscene in New York. His best-known songs from that time are “Violets of Dawn,” “Come to My Bedside” and “Thirsty Boots” (the latter was recorded by Judy Collins and several others). In 1966, he made his debut at the Newport Folk Festival and that same year he starred in the Andy Warhol movie Space. In 1970 he took part in the Festival Express tour across Canada with the Grateful Dead , Janis Joplin, The Band and others. In 1972 he issued his most successful (and sold) album Blue River. The tapes of his follow-up album Stages got los... read more