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Easter Everywhere

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Download links and information about Easter Everywhere by The 13th Floor Elevators. This album was released in 1967 and it belongs to Rock, Theatre/Soundtrack, Psychedelic genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:16:33 minutes.

Artist: The 13th Floor Elevators
Release date: 1967
Genre: Rock, Theatre/Soundtrack, Psychedelic
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:16:33
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Slip Inside This House 8:02
2. Slide Machine 3:42
3. She Lives (In a Time of Her Own) 2:56
4. Nobody to Love 2:55
5. Baby Blue 5:16
6. Earthquake 4:48
7. Dust 3:59
8. Levitation 2:38
9. I Had to Tell You 2:26
10. Pictures (Leave Your Body Behind) 6:28
11. Splash 1 (Live) 4:19
12. Kingdom of Heaven (Live) 3:30
13. You're Gonna Miss Me (Live) 2:23
14. Reverberation (Doubt) [Live] 3:20
15. You Don't Know (Live) 2:36
16. Fire Engine (Live) 3:01
17. Monkey Island (Live) 2:43
18. Roller Coaster (Live) 5:41
19. Levitation 3:08
20. I Don't Ever Want to Come Down 2:42

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The 13th Floor Elevators' debut album, The Psychedelic Sounds of the 13th Floor Elevators, was a landmark LP, a pioneering moment in garage rock/psychedelia/punk history. The Texas band's second album, 1967's Easter Everywhere, continued the group's streak. The eight perfect minutes of "Slip Inside the House" manage to stretch out the sound without a whiff of self-indulgence. Singer Roky Erickson is a presence like no other. His vocal range is limited, but the emotion in his voice makes every song sound like a last stand. The cover of Bob Dylan's "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue" is raw and dirty, as good in its way as Van Morrison and Them's stellar rendition. "Levitation" turns the electricity upside down, while "I Had to Tell You" twists folk-pop into a personal ballad. Guitarist Stacy Sutherland uses his instrument to color the sound. The music's lack of ego (or the sense of ego deflected) makes it a true band effort. Primitive-sounding live recordings from 1966-1967 round out the reissue.