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  • Audio CD (November 12, 1993)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Collectables
  • ASIN: B000000860
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #333,216 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Slip Inside This House
2. Slide Machine
3. She Lives In ( A Time Of Her Own)
4. Nobody To Love
5. Baby Blue
6. Earthquake
7. Dust
8. I've Got Levitation
9. I Had To Tell You
10. Postures (Leave Your Body Behind)

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Customer Reviews

All the others that mentioned muddy sound have it right, but the music is well worth it anyway to a fan of this type music.
David S.
For the 1st time, these albums have been remastered using the original master tapes from the International Artists vaults, and they sound incredible!
William S. Sellers
The 13th Floor Elevators' best, and one of the more underrated albums ever, the lynchpin recording of the 60's Austin Psychedelic Rock Scene.
Hamster Army

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Jim Traweek jjimt@wt.net on March 31, 1999
Format: Audio CD
How could the The 13th Floor Elevators surpass their first explosive album? Well, listen. From the egg into the flower: The haunting whoop of Tommy Hall's jug, and Danny Galindo's intertwining bass guitar... EASTER EVERYWHERE! The Beatles, upon returning from the USA, were asked which American group made the greatest impression on them. George said "The Elevators"; the other Beatles nodded respectfully. The Elevators' transcendence from RAW ROCK to a profoundly spiritual masterpiece of psychedelia harkens to the Beatles' emergence in Sgt Pepper's. The deep lyrics of Slip Inside this House. The strong guitar in She Lives, the beauty of Dust, and for those who weren't ready to drop the acid rock torch of the previous blockbuster Elevators' album... I've Got Levitation. One of those presses where EVERY song is GREAT! Incidentally, International Artists (label) had extensive problems with 'bubbles' in their vinyl pressings, so this CD offering is a gift from above! Do listen to Postures! (Leave Your Body Behind). Play on, Stacy Southerland! All in all, a most timeless release. Your collection is incomplete without this CD! Excellent recording!
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 20, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Already having a copy of the original album on cassette, I had my reservations about buying this CD. At any rate, I did--hoping the bonus cuts would be worth it. Well, folks, they are. Tracks 11-14 are live recordings from Texas, 1967, and the recordings are crisp and authentically LIVE (as opposed to the 1968 live album). The other live recordings of songs from the 1st album are from a San Francisco gig in 1966. Although these 1966 recordings aren't as well recorded as the previous tracks, the historical significance of the Elevators doing psychedelia in the Love Capitol at a time when the Airplane were still a Mamas and Papas throwback makes up for any minor lack of fidelity in the recording process. The instrumental "Levitation" is a studio workout. Last but not least, though, the final track, "I Don't Ever Want To Come Down," is a previously unreleased track from the "Bull" sessions that I'm glad I didn't miss out on.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By happydogpotatohead VINE VOICE on March 24, 2002
Format: Audio CD
More focused and even more trippy than their first album, "Easter Everywhere" features the 13th Floor Elevators at their best. The songs are eerie, rambling, and potent, so powerful that they overcome the lo-fi production that plagued the Elevators throughout their career. Roky Erickson's vocals are sometimes eerily reminiscent of Robert Plant. This is a heavily psychedelic album and shows a San Francisco influence; at this point in their career the Elevators had played in SF and shared stages with the Jefferson Airplane, among other 60s psych groups.
The difference is that the Elevators mean every word and note. They were really trying to "break on through to the other side," unlike some psych groups who were just in it for the money. As a result "Easter Everywhere" is spookier and edgier than most psychedelia. At times it approaches Syd Barrett territory. Highly recommended.
Recording Quality Geek Note: The import version on Charly has better sound than the Collectables reissue, but not by much. This is because the master tapes for all the Elevators' albums remain undiscovered - or their location is undisclosed at this time, nobody's sure which. It's way past time for somebody to go on a search for the master tapes and do a remastered version, because this CD (as well as the other Elevators' albums) deserves it.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Sean M. Kelly on September 15, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Whether it means making it to the non-existent heights of a 13th floor, or paying homage to marijuana ("M", for marijuana, being the 13th letter of the alphabet), the 13th Floor Elevators were a band ahead of its time.
Their debut lp, "The Psychedelic Sounds of.." is more of a garage effort than pyschedelic musings, but their 2nd lp, "Easter Everywhere," is psychedelic through and through, and delivers the goods from start to finish.
This lp is a most amazing listen, complete with hypnotic drumming, oscillators, some feedback, Tommy Hall's jug bursts sounding like how psychedelic liquid slides would sound like in a dance club, and Roky Erickson's voice and messages- he REALLY believed in what he was singing about, and that conviction strengthens the lp to the "n"th degree...
One of the finest of all the psychedelic lps- compare it to the Dead's debut lp, the Airplane's "Surrealistic Pillow," and Moby Grape's debut lp, all of whic came out at about the same time, and see how far ahead in the game the Elevators really were..in some ways, even the Pink Floyd's "Piper at the Gates of Dawn" pales in comparison..the lp is THAT GOOD!
The Elevators would never remotely approach this level again, so this lp is that much more important to listen to! It's a gem of the highest order!
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21 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Walter Five VINE VOICE on June 16, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This is terrible recording of one of the greatest Psychedelic LPs ever made. The Spalax import release from France costs a few dollars more, but it is much better sounding. Leland Rodgers, the owner of International Artists label and the original recordings, somehow lost them in the late 1970's, and so the so-called "Collectables" label uses these awful 5th or 6th generation no-EQ'd tapes for their masters on ALL of their Elevators releases. They sound like Hell. Avoid them. Spend a couple extra bucks and buy the Spalax releases instead, if you're at all a discerning consumer, or, if you can, find the (believe it or not) superior 8-track tape mixes available in the trading circles, those have been reEQ'd and are 2 generations away from the master reels.
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