Who Sang Being at War With Each Other? Phil Upchurch

Release information
Release Date: 1973
Genre: Jazz
Style: Soul-Jazz
length: 6:13
membranophone: Steve Cobb
Rhodes piano: Tennyson Stephens
guitar family: Phil Upchurch
electric bass guitar: Lucky Scott
percussion: Derf Reklaw
Some other versions of "Being at War With Each Other"

Everyone comes from one father, one mother
So why do we complicate our lives so much
By being at war with each other

Maybe I'm crazy, but I don't understand it
Why do we seem to vote to dig more holes
It's such a waste of a planet

There must be a reason that I can't see
Maybe somebody else knows better than me
All I know is

Everyone else is a sister or brother
So we've got to look around again and stop
Being at war with each other

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Keep on Trippin’
  • 2 Another Funky Tune
  • 3 Being at War With Each Other
  • 4 Sitar Soul
  • 5 You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling
  • 6 I Still Love You
  • 7 Washing Machine
  • 8 You’ve Been Around Too Long

  • Release information
    label: Blue Thumb Records
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin