'Everybody's in Show-Biz' is a 1972 double album released by the Kinks. The album's first disc features studio recordings, while the second disc documents a two-night Carnegie Hall stand. 'Everybody's in Show-Biz' 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. This album marks Davies' first explorations of the trials of rock-star life and the monotony of touring (these themes would reappear in future releases like 'The Kinks Present a Soap Opera', 'Think Visual' and the 1987 live album 'Live: the Road'). 3LP - The 2016 Legacy Edition of 'Everybody's In Show-Biz' includes the original album, produced by Ray Davies, in its entirety alongside a full disc's worth of previously unissued studio sessions outtakes (recorded for the album in 1972 at Morgan Studios) and live material (recorded March 2nd-3rd 1972 during The Kinks triumphant Carnegie Hall concert run). The new edition of 'Everybody's In Show-Biz' includes indepth liner notes penned especially for this release by noted rock scholar David Fricke.