Everybody’s in Show-Biz

Everybody’s in Showbusiness was originally a double album. The album’s first half featured studio recordings, while the second half documented a two-night Carnegie Hall stand. The album is often seen 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.

Original release date

August 1972

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