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The Kinks

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music at it's finest! No one beat the Kinks in IMO not even the Beatles.The Kinks hit the ground running, on KJR Seattle-channelninetyfive.that summer of "You Really Got Me" and then,"All Day and All of the Night. 60s Music, Music Icon, Ringo Starr, Look At You, How To Look Better, Waterloo Sunset, Dave Davies, You Really Got Me, The Kinks

Rock's Most Underrated Band

I couldn't fit all the bands that I wanted to on that original list and I'm not going to change it now. But I do want to acknowledge a band that deserves...

Welcome to onstage knockouts, thigh high boots, filled in gaps, and cross dressing Dave Davies, The Kinks, Music Lovers, Business Fashion, Getting Old, Thigh Highs, Cool Bands, Black And White, Entertainment

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Rockarchive's list A-Z of rock bands & music artists ranging from indie rock bands, classic rock bands, punk rock bands, through to jazz & blues. List Of Rock Bands, Charles Manson Cult, Beatles, Dave Davies, 20th Century Music, Grunge, Alternative Rock, Hip Hop, Classic Rock Bands

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The Kinks' most tuneful, reflective album is anchored by two of their greatest songs: "Waterloo Sunset" and "Death of a Clown." The album tanked in the U., but it set the table for their pastoral masterpiece, The Village Green Preservation Society. Aretha Franklin, The Kinks Songs, Lp Vinyl, Vinyl Records, Autumn Almanac, Rock And Roll, Flower Power, Waterloo Sunset, Waterloo Bridge

Something Else By the Kinks

Editorial ReviewsAmazon.comSome fans argue that this 1967 release is one of head Kink Ray Davies’s middle-period masterpieces (coming between two LPs that no kultist can deny: Face to Face and Village Green Preservation Society), while others regard it as an uneven collection of great singles and inconsequential filler; a stopgap move. Although no one could...Read the rest of this entry