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After their eponymous Planet Records debut full-length, the Plimsouls took the major-label bait and signed on with Geffen Records. Everywhere at Once, their first Geffen album, has mixed results. While the change to a major label did have a profound impact on the band, it wasn't always for the best. While Jeff Eyrich's somewhat heavy-handed production did take a little air out of their performance, the end result is far less clinical than other major-label mainstream rock records of the day. Everywhere at Once does contain the Plimsouls' greatest recorded achievement, "A Million Miles Away," which packs all of the passion and punch of some of John Lennon's finest recordings with a wonderful power-driven Byrds-like arrangement. Other standouts on this record include "Play the Breaks" which, while not quite as awesome as it is in a live performance (they were possibly the finest live band in Los Angeles in this period), still shines.
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Performance CreditsPlimsouls Primary Artist
Peter Case Guitar,Harmonica,Vocals,12-string Guitar
Steve Hunter Acoustic Guitar
Jeff Eyrich Synthesizer,Guitar,Keyboards,Vocals,Background Vocals
Brendon Matheson Tom-Tom
Eddie Muñoz Guitar,Background Vocals
Dave Pahoa Bass,Bass Guitar,Vocals,Background Vocals
Phast Phreddie Background Vocals
Doug Richardson Saxophone
Scott Wilk Organ
David Williams Vocals,Background Vocals
William Norwood Vocals
Andrew Williams Vocals,Background Vocals
Louis Ramírez Castanets,Drums,Maracas,Tambourine,Background Vocals
Technical CreditsTim Buckley Composer
Jeff Eyrich Producer
Ronnie "Mouse" Weiss Composer