Perhaps most obviously for like the interesting folk-rock journeyman Andy Roberts in the lineup, Everyone had a short and confusing profession. They issued just one single self-titled record in the U.K. on B&C in the first ’70s. Nevertheless, when it made an appearance on Ampex in the U.S., the record was entitled Andy Roberts With Everyone, implying that it had been a Roberts single effort, or leastwise that Individuals were Roberts’ backing music group. Everyone was a genuine band, however, where Roberts wrote very much but in no way every one of the material, a lot of the rest via organist/vocalist Bob Sargeant. Roberts provides since admitted which the album acquired something of the split character, without very much common surface between his soft folk-rock-influenced strategy and Sargeant’s bluesier, even more flamboyant design, which demonstrated an impact from early-’70s intensifying rock bombast. The greater extreme Sargeant compositions apart, it’s a fairly pleasurable if unexceptional early-’70s rock and roll album. It isn’t quite folk-rock-oriented more than enough to be categorized alongside famous brands Fairport Convention, and prematurily . for pub rock and roll, whose humble rootsy vibe Everyone expected to some degree.