Everybody's Doing it (Intro: Ragtime Violin). B1. This Is The Life. B2. The International Rag. 1:14. Vocals – Paula Gayle. Written-By – Irving Berlin. Both sides from 20th Century-Fox Production "Alexander's Ragtime Band".
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Everybody's Doing it (Intro: Ragtime Violin).
Teddy Hill & His Orchestra. I Like Bananas (feat. Willie Bryant And His Orchestra). Teddy Hill & His Orchestra. Studio Concert (Excerpts). We don‘t have an album for this track yet. View all albums by this artist. Ben Pollack & His Orchestra. Hudson-De Lange Orchestra.
The Cranberries - Everybody Else Is Doing It So Why Can& We (1993).
Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We? is the debut studio album by Irish rock band The Cranberries. Released on 1 March 1993 after four EPs, it's both the band's first full-length album and major label release. The album was written entirely by the band's lead singer Dolores O'Riordan and guitarist Noel Hogan. It reached number one on both the UK and Irish albums charts. At the end of 1995, it ranked as the 50th best selling album in Australia
O'Riordan herself offers up a number of romantic ponderings and considerations lyrically (as well as playing perfectly fine acoustic guitar), and her undisputed vocal ability suits the material perfectly
The album was recorded in 1992 and produced by Stephen Street (who had worked on Blur’s Modern Life Is Rubbish in the same year). It was released in March 1993 and features the singles ‘Dreams’ and ‘Linger’; the latter a transatlantic top ten hit. The album topped the charts in both the UK and Ireland. I really liked the Cranberries and their debut album is top notch. The live concert is actually from that first tour.
Michael Shermer gives us the answer to this in his 2008 Scientific American article "The Doping Dilemma. In the context of professional sports like racing, moral choices are perceived as economic decisions, and the stakes are simply too high for it to be rational not to cheat. To illustrate this point, Shermer models the decision whether or not to dope upon the game-theoretic problem of the prisoner's dilemma and shows how the relevant variables can be broken up into clear payoffs for the strategies of abiding by the rules and cheating
|A||Everybody's Doing it (Intro: Ragtime Violin)||2:28|
|B1||This Is The Life||1:47|
|B2||The International Rag||1:14|
- Vocals – Paula Gayle
- Written-By – Irving Berlin
NotesBoth sides from 20th Century-Fox Production "Alexander's Ragtime Band"
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- Matrix / Runout (Side A): DLA1234A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): DLA1235A