Everybody's Crazy is the fourth studio album by American recording artist Michael Bolton. The melodic hard rock album was released in 1985 by Columbia Records. The lead guitarist on the album is Bruce Kulick, later of KISS fame. The title track was a minor hit on hard rock radio stations, and was also featured in the 1986 movie Back to School. It was reissued overseas in the mid-1990s with a then-current photo on the cover
Everybody's Talkin' is the second album and the first live album by the 11-piece Tedeschi Trucks Band and was released in 2012 by Sony Masterworks. It's been released as a 2-CD set as well as a three disc vinyl set. The title comes from the song carrying the same name, formerly a hit for Harry Nilsson. The band's cover is a hybrid of the Nilsson and Bill Withers versions. The songs on the album are a compilation of recordings from the following three nights.
Everybody's in Show-Biz is the tenth studio album released by English rock group The Kinks, released in 1972. A double album, the first disc features studio recordings, while the second disc documents a two-night Carnegie Hall stand. Everybody's in Show-Biz is often seen by fans as a transition album for The Kinks, marking the change in Ray Davies' songwriting style toward more theatrical, campy and vaudevillian work, as evidenced by the rock-opera concept albums that followed it.
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Stream Logic's New Album, 'Everybody'. Logic tackles race on his new album Everybody. Alex J. Etling/Courtesy of the artist. Logic's third album on Def Jam Records is finally here. At the end of March, the label teased us with the captivating title song, "Everybody. It pulls the listener right in, like a danceable party jam. But listen to the lyrics and you will find dark undertones of the bigotry Logic has experienced from two sides in America - black and white. When people think about my album, that's what I want them to think about - the hip-hop United Nations together having a good time. Logic: 'Do Something For Yourself'.