Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Saddle Creek
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"


Bright Eyes Every Day And Every Night 180g LP

Bright Eyes

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Six classic Bright Eyes titles to be released on vinyl for the first time in years.

Originally released in 1999, Every Day and Every Night was the third record and first EP by Bright Eyes. The album art for this record was referenced in another of Conor Oberst's songs "Waste of Paint".

Bright Eyes, founded by singer/songwriter/guitarist Connor Oberst, consists of Nate Walcott, Mike Mogis, and a rotating lineup of collaborators drawn primarily from Omaha's indie music scene.

"Bright Eyes' Every Day and Every Night EP establishes Conor Oberst as a teenage genius. The Omaha native explores themes as distant as love and divorce and as oblique as the meaning of youth with an unexpected amount of maturity. Oberst's showcase is "A Perfect Sonnet," a brilliant piece involving his voice and an acoustic guitar. Midway through the song, drums and other guitars appear, pushing Oberst's voice to a level of intensity not heard since Hüsker Dü's "Girl Who Lives on Heaven Hill." The breathtaking vocal croaks, cries, and moans on a single syllable. The cuts on Every Day and Every Night could pass as Okie folk songs or lo-fi indie rock; his songwriting and tone is that good. The pedal steels during "On My Way to Work" feel just as genuine as the looped beats in "Neely O'Hara." What is most impressive about Oberst and his Bright Eyes project is how he manages to tackle so many issues, so many styles, and so many emotions, yet each feels as meaningful and honest as the last. Simply put, the best singer/songwriter record in ten years. " - Yancey Strickler,, June 2000

• Vinyl
• Includes CD of entire album
• Originally released in 1999

Conor Oberst, guitar, vocals, keyboards, bass
Eric Bemberger, electric guitars
Tim Kasher, vocals
Joe Knapp, drums, percussion, vocals
Matt Maginn, bass guitars
AJ Mogis, piano, loops
Mike Mogis, organ, vibraphone, pedal steel, keyboards, percussion
Angelina Mullikin, violin

1. A Line Allows Progress, a Circle Does Not
2. A Perfect Sonnet
3. On My Way to Work
4. A New Arrangement
5. Neely O'Hara

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