The Kinks - Everybody's In Show-Biz - Everybody's A Star - 1972 UK Pressed RCA label 21-track 2LP Set
|Title||Everybody's In Show-Biz - Everybody's A Star - 1972 UK Pressed RCA label 21-track 2LP Set|
|Record label||RCA Victor Records|
|Catalogue no||DPS 2035|
|Year of release||1972|
|Grading||2xVG++ (Vinyl and Labels)/VG+(+) (Insert)/VG+ (Cover)|
|Stock list||The Kinks|
|Additional info||1972 UK Pressed RCA label 21-track 2LP Set - conceptually set up as an album circling the dilemmas of the everyday rock star life and the tedious monotony of being on the road... and an album taken from the road... recorded during a two night stand at Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY, 2 - 3 March 1972.|
'Everybody's In Show-Biz...' has been labelled '...a charmingly loose, rowdy, silly record.', and 'the drunkest album ever made" by Allmusics Stephen T. Erlewine. The album wears towards more eccentric and 'theatrical, campy and vaudevillian work, as evidenced by the rock-opera concept albums that followed it.'*
'Everybody's In Show-Biz...' features the 1972 singles 'Supersonic Rocket Ship' and 'Celluloid Heroes'.
Vinyl has the generic orange company labels - with vertical outline 'RCA' and horizontal solid 'Victor' texts to the far left and right of centre hole respectively.
Vinyl has machine stamped (ms) and handetched (he) matrix information:
Side 1: BGBS 1024 - 1E A1AK
Side 2: BGBS 1025 - 1E A2M
Side 3: BGBS 1026 - 1E A2B
Side 4: BGBS 1027 - 1E AIX
suggesting this one to be pressed by RCA Records Pressing Plant, Washington, UK, from the 1st mastering, the 1st set of fathers - 1st and 2nd set of mothers.
Vinyl is housed in a partially glossy gatefold picture cover
Condition: 2xVG++ (Vinyl and Labels)/VG++ (Insert)/VG+ (Cover):
Vinyl is bright and shiny - has hardly any signs of play or handling... mint labels - extremely close to mint vinyl.
Cover has very nice front and back centers - just a little smudging along vinyl outline... top and opening corners have wrinkling from lighter dents - more pronounced in the top opening corner than anywhere else.
Insert has light signs of handling and a little top right corner wrinkling... overall in the close to near mint/excellent area.
Seams are intact... just a touch of rubbing - corners have very light rubbing... a little more to lower spine corner - all in all a very decent cover - graded straight VG+.
1. Here Comes Another Day 3:53
2. Maximum Consumption 4:04
3. Unreal Reality 3:32
4. Hot Potatoes 3:25
5. Sitting in My Hotel 3:20
1. Motorway 3:28
2. You Don't Know My Name (Dave Davies) 2:34
3. Supersonic Rocket Ship 3:29
4. Look a Little on the Sunny Side 2:47
5. Celluloid Heroes 6:19
1. Top of the Pops 4:33
2. Brainwashed 2:59
3. Mr. Wonderful (Jerry Bock, George David Weiss, Lawrence Holofcener) 0:42
4. Acute Schizophrenia Paranoia Blues 4:00
5. Holiday 3:53
1. Muswell Hillbilly 3:10
2. Alcohol 5:19
3. Banana Boat Song (Irving Burgie, William Attaway) 1:42
4. Skin and Bone 3:54
5. Baby Face (Benny Davis, Harry Akst) 1:54
6. Lola 1:40
All tracks written by Ray Davies, except as noted.
Record 1 is studio recordings made at Morgan Studios, London, March - June, 1972.
Record 1 is live recordings from Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY, 2¨C3 March 1972
Manufactured by RCA Limited, Manufacturing Plant, Armstrong Industrial Estate, Washington, County Durham. UK
Ray Davies - lead vocals, acoustic guitar, resonator guitar
Dave Davies - lead guitar, slide guitar, banjo, backing vocals, 12-string acoustic guitar on "Celluloid Heroes", lead vocal on "You Don't Know My Name"
John Dalton - bass guitar, backing vocals
John Gosling - keyboards
Mick Avory - drums
Mike Cotton - trumpet
John Beecham - trombone, tuba
Alan Holmes - saxophone, clarinet
Dave Rowberry - organ on "Celluloid Heroes"
Raymond Douglas Davies - Production
Mike Bobak - Recording Engineer
Davis, Wade & Farrell - Art Direction, Design
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