|"Falling Off The Edge Of The World (Seeing You With Him)"|
Cover of the 1967 German single
|Single by The Easybeats|
|from the album Vigil|
|Released||5 September 1967|
|Recorded||August 1967, A&M Studios, New York City, U.S.|
|Label||Parlophone (Australia), United Artists Records|
|Harry Vanda and George Young|
|The Easybeats, Mike Vaughan|
|The Easybeats singles chronology|
"Falling Off The Edge Of The World" is a 1967 song and single by Australian rock group The Easybeats, which was written by band members George Young and Harry Vanda.
The song was recorded in New York, during the group's first U.S. tour The single was released as a single in the U.S., Germany and the Netherlands in September 1967. In other countries, it was a B-side. Various versions of the song have been released. In the U.K. a faster version that was arranged by composer Bill Shepherd was released as the B-side to the "Hello, How Are You" single.
It has been often reported that musician Lou Reed was a fan of the song and played the single frequently on the Max's Kansas City jukebox. He was quoted as saying it was "one of the most beautiful records ever made".
U.S. - United Artists UA 50206 released: 5 September 1967
Australia - Parlophone A8290
U.K. - United Artists UP 2209. released: 8 Mar 1968
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