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Everyone Involved - Either / Or

Everyone Involved - Either / Or
Either / Or
Everyone Involved
Folk Rock
MP3 album size:
1199 mb
FLAC album size:
2846 mb
Arcturus Records


1A Song For The System2:55
2Chant Song4:55
3The Master Man4:03
4A Sad Song3:41
5 Either
6Hallo Morning Sun3:43
7Leaves And Paper4:10
8A Gay Song4:16
9Fragments Of A Vision4:21
10A Liberated Man4:30
11An Anti-Social Song2:09
12Music Of The Spheres5:29
13Motor Car Madness5:07
14 Or


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ARC 4Everyone Involved Either/Or ‎(LP)Arcturus RecordsARC 4UK1972
GUESS111Everyone Involved Either / Or ‎(LP, Album + 7", EP + Ltd, RE, RM)GuerssenGUESS111Spain2013


  • Lyrics ByAlan Wakeman
  • Music ByMichael Klein


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  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Arcturus Music Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Arcturus Music Ltd.



Everyone Involved - EitherOr 1972. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Psychedelic Folk. Everyone Involved. Songs in album Everyone Involved - EitherOr 1972. Everyone Involved - Chant Song. Everyone Involved - Fragments Of A Vision. Everyone Involved - A Sad Song. Everyone Involved - Motor Car Madness. Everyone Involved - The Master Man. Everyone Involved - A Song For The System. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. EitherOr is the third studio album by American singer-songwriter Elliott Smith. EitherOr was recorded in several locations, mostly in Portland, Oregon while Smith was still a member of Heatmiser and was produced by Smith, Tom Rothrock and Rob Schnapf. EitherOr was released on February 25, 1997, on the Kill Rock Stars record label, following Heatmiser's dissolution. Book-ended by its two singles, Speed Trials and Ballad of Big Nothing, EitherOr did not chart in the US, but was acclaimed by. 12 tracks . EitherOr is a music album by Everyone Involved released in 1972. This album is rated in the top 14 of all albums on . EVERYONE INVOLVED-EITHEROR LPSIN VINYL LP NEW Condition: New. Time left: 14h 41m 11s Ships to: Worldwide. Everyone Involved - b 3. Leaves and Paper. EitherOr - A Sad Song 3:53. EitherOr - Categories Of Colour Full Album Stream 43:34. Everyone Involved : Motor Car Madness 5:14. Everyone Involved-Leaves And Paper 4:02. Everyone Involved - Fragments Of A Vision 4:33. Track List. Fragments of a Vision. Chant Song. A Sad Song. Motor Car Madness. The Master Man. A Song For the System. An Antisocial Multiperson Song. A Gay Song. A Liberated Man. Hallo Morning Sun. Music of the Spheres. The Circus Keeps On Turning. Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands. Everyone Involved was a hippie collective formed by well-trained musicians, assembled by Alan Wakeman and Michael Klein Solid British Hat Band to record a set of environmental protest songs. Some of the members of this London-based recording commune included vocalist Freya Hogue ex-Sunforest, guitar player Lucinha Turnbull later with Cilibrinas Do EdenRita Lee, and bass player Arnaldo Liminha Filho Os Mutantes among others. EitherOr is a perfectly played and professionally recorded album something very unusual for a private pressing. EVERYONE INVOLVED - Either Or. Private Press Uk. Psych Folk Prog Folk Acid Folk Mr. Alan Wakeman said : In the late 1960s and early 1970s a musician friend called Michael Klein and I composed dozens of songs together to express our growing awareness of humanity's responsibility for the damage we were and are doing to our amazing planet. We formed a band called EVERYONE INVOLVED, made an album called EITHEROR and somehow rustled up enough cash to print 1000 copies. The 16 or so contributors got 60 copies each with DON'T PAY FOR THIS RECORD IT IS FREE. EitherOr sounds like the work of somebody who has zero interest in either conforming to or directly transgressing the commercial sounds of the day. Its too ambitious to read as lo-fi and too gritty to read as straightforward pop classicism. Thankfully, this 20th anniversary remaster doesn't smooth out too many of those rough edges-if anything, it brings the unique sound of the record into even clearer focus. The sounds and words of EitherOr often conjure very specific images, textures, and situations. And yet, Smith-as with many truly great songwriters-used this specificity as a wa