Bright Eyes - Every Day and Every Night
Label: Saddle Creek – LBJ-30
Format: Vinyl, 12", EP, 45 RPM, Repress
Includes 5 5/8" x 11" two-sided grayscale insert, plus full EP on CD.
Originally Released: 1999
Released: 03 Apr 2012
Style: Indie Rock
A1 A Line Allows Progress, A Circle Does Not 3:21
A2 A Perfect Sonnet 3:39
A3 On My Way To Work 4:30
B1 A New Arrangement 5:15
B2 Neely O'Hara 6:22
Artwork By, Artwork By [Layout] – Zack Nipper
Backing Vocals [Ghostly] – Tim Kasher
Bass – Matt Maginn
Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Sampler, Songwriter, Vocals [Singing] – Conor Oberst
Drums [The Drum Set], Percussion, Vocals [Singing] – Joseph Knapp
Electric Guitar – Eric Bemberger
Loops, Piano, Recorded By [Help] – AJ Mogis
Steel Guitar [Pedal], Keyboards, Organ, Percussion, Recorded By, Vibraphone – Mike Mogis
Violin – Angelina Mullikin
2012 reissue. Standard weight vinyl pressed at RTI. Jackets printed at Stoughton.
Insert is nearly identical to first pressing, but the line "will you remember everything you want to?" is in white instead of black and "what are some of the kinds of things you are afraid of" is slightly repositioned.
Colors on included CD differ from regular CD version (yellow, gray, black, white, instead of black, white, orange).
Vinyl center labels differ from the first pressing. They are yellow, gray, and black as opposed to the black and orange of the original press.
Jacket differs very slightly from the first pressing. Spine text is positioned differently. Bright Eyes contact info is removed from the back cover. Bright Eyes publishing information is updated (adds "Sony/ATV Sounds LLC" to "Bedrooms: Bedrooms and Spiders (BMI)"). This version has "(c)&(p) 1999 Saddle Creek" instead of "(c) Bedrooms; bedrooms and spiders (SESAC) (p) Saddle Creek Records 1999"
Silver and black cover sticker on outer wrap.
Every Day and Every Night is indie rock at its best. It packs a lot of emotional punch without any cheese! Its poetic and highly interspective. Conner Oburst deals with a lot of darkness in the this EP. AND, it just sounds good. The style is dynamic: melodic and catchy yet original and unconventional. I could decribe Bright Eyes style as -elements of blue-grass and folk combined with acoustic indie rock. Sometimes there is screaming/sobbing, sometimes there are clean cut, pretty harmonies. That sounds strange I know. But give it a chance if you like bands like Cursive, Grandaddy, Modest Mouse, etc. Every Day and Every Night is deep and passionate and if you're deep and passionate, you just might like it.
Bright Eyes - Neely O'Hara
Bright Eyes - Perfect Sonnet
this song reminds me of when i lost everything