The Lovin' Spoonful - More Golden Spoonful (Everything Playing / Do You Believe In Magic?) album FLAC
Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. More Images. Everything Playing) (2xLP, Comp, RE). Castle Communications.
Everything Playing is an album by The Lovin' Spoonful, released in 1967. Everything Playing was the first album featuring guitarist Jerry Yester (who replaced Zal Yanovsky) and the last commercial album as a quartet; principal songwriter and lead singer John Sebastian would leave the group in June 1968 for a solo career. This album also features the only known track to feature bassist Steve Boone on lead vocal: "Priscilla Millionaira".
The Lovin' Spoonful is a pop/rock band that was formed in New York City, New York, United States in 1965. The band consisted of John Sebastian (vocals, autoharp), Zal Yanofsky (guitar), Steve Boone (bass) and Joseph Campbell Butler (drums). Yanofsky left the group in 1967 and was replaced by Jerry Yester, and Sebastian left the group in 1968. The band issued five albums and two film soundtracks before they split in 1969. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2002.
The Lovin' Spoonful were never know for their albums. They were known for their hit singles, such as "Do You Believe in Magic"", "Daydream" and "Summer In The City". What makes it so difficult to listen to their records ("Daydream" being the exception) is that they're so wildly inconsistent. That would explain him leaving the band after the release of "Everything Playing", the last "real" The Lovin' Spoonful album. It could actually be described as their swan song. Because, in the end, John Sebastian was The Lovin' Spoonful. He was the foundation in the band. And looking at the circumstances during the recording of the album, it'd seem like they were setting themselves up for a massive failure. Surprisingly, "Everything Playing" is better than expected. Everything Playing" starts out strong.
Sunday, July 20, 2008. THE LOVIN´ SPOONFUL - Everything Playing (1968). Between mid-1965 and the end of 1967, the group was astonishingly successful, issuing one classic hit single after another, including "Do You Believe in Magic?," "You Didn't Have to Be So Nice," "Daydream," "Summer in the City," "Rain on the Roof," "Nashville Cats," and "Six O'Clock. Like most of the folk-rockers, the Lovin' Spoonful were more pop and rock. Pepper/Summer of Love era had made the Spoonful's good-time, jugband approach obsolete, and chief songwriter John Sebastian had to try to keep up.
Their fourth album, Everything Playing - also on this reissue - was made under trying circumstances; the Sgt. Pepper/Summer of Love era had made the Spoonful's good-time, jug-band approach obsolete, and Sebastian had to try to keep up. He was able to turn out a good album paced by three Top 40 hits: "Six O'Clock," "She Is Still a Mystery," and the deceptively comic "Money," in which he castigated financial aspects of the music industry.
Do You Believe in Magic. Hums of the Lovin' Spoonful. What's Up Tiger Lily? Revelation: Revolution '69. New Album Releases. Here Comes the Cowboy. Confessions of a Dangerous Mind.
The Lovin' Spoonful is an American rock band, inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000 and well known for a number of hit songs in the 1960s including "Summer in the City", "Do You Believe In Magic", "Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind?", and "Daydream". The band had its roots in the folk music scene based in the Greenwich Village section of lower Manhattan during the early 1960s.
|A1||Do You Believe In Magic?|
|A2||Blues In The Bottle|
|A4||My Gal (Poor Gal)|
|A7||Darling Be Home Soon|
|A8||Wild About My Lovin'|
|A9||The Other Side Of This Life|
|A12||Night Owl Blues|
|B1||She Is Still A Mystery|
|B2||On The Road Again|
|B6||Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Own Mind?|
|B10||Only Pretty, What A Pity|
|B11||Try A Little Bit|
|B12||Close Your Eyes|
- Marketed By – Polydor Ltd.
Notes2 panel inlay printed both sides. Grey cassette with yellow paper labels. Made in England.
|TFOLP 12||The Lovin' Spoonful||The Lovin' Spoonful (Do You Believe In Magic? / Everything Playing) (2xLP, Comp, RE)||Castle Communications||TFOLP 12||UK||1988|
|TFO 12 1/2||The Lovin' Spoonful||The Lovin' Spoonful (Do You Believe In Magic? / Everything Playing) (2xCD, Comp, RE)||Castle Communications||TFO 12 1/2||UK||1988|
|2683 042||The Lovin' Spoonful||More Golden Spoonful (2xLP, Comp)||Kama Sutra||2683 042||UK||Unknown|
|TFOMC 12||The Lovin' Spoonful||Do You Believe In Magic? / Everything Playing (Cass, Comp, RE)||Castle Communications||TFOMC 12||UK||1988|