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Golden Age of the Kinks|
Covers the period from 1966 to 1972.
The Kinks Preservation Society|
Join us in celebrating four decades of the most intelligent, most creative, and most consistent rock and roll on the planet. We're the Kinks Preservation Society, the Internet home of Kinks fans.
The Big Black Smoke|
Follow the Kinks through the dark alleyways and passages of London. Choose an area by clicking on the map of the London Underground, which leads to a map of a small portion of London and directions to Kinks-related places.
June's Waterloo Konnection|
Links to sites for The Kinks, Ray Davies, and Dave Davies.
Thomas Adam's Kinks Page|
History and links.
Helge's Kinks Seite|
German fan site with news, tour dates, discography, fonts, photographs, and FAQ.
Face to Face (Audio CD),22 June, 2004|
List price $19.99
A Little-Known Kinks Classic / 4
Apart from the hit single "Sunny Afternoon," most of the songs on this album are unknown except to diehard Kinks fans. That is unfortunate, because "Face To Face" captures Ray Davies at his satirical best. Those who enjoyed "Well Respected Man," "Dedicated Follower of Fashion, and "Young Conservatives" will find much to enjoy on this humorous but hard-hitting CD.
"Party Line" takes a satirical look at the now mostly-obsolete problems of strangers sharing common telephone lines (many people under 40 probably never heard of a party line). "Rosie Won't You Please Come Home" is a parent's lament for an estranged daughter, and "Session Man" pokes fun at the 1960's phenomenon of staid, mediocre jazz musicians making an extra buck as rock 'n' roll session men ("you're a session man, a chord pro-gress-i-an").
Some will remember "Dandy" as a single by Herman's Hermit's; this is the same song, authored by Davies, but the Kinks give it their own unique treatment. Other favorites of mine include "House In the Country" ("and he's oh so smug, oh yeah, and he's as wicked as he can be"), and "Most Exclusive Residence for Sale."
This release features a few cuts not on the original album, most notably the pre-punk anthem, "I'm Not Like Everybody Else." All in all, this is a good album for those who enjoy Ray Davies' brand of class-warfare. I dock it one star because of the production quality; in my opinion, the mixing isn't as good as on most of the early Kinks material, and the sound has a slightly primitive quality. Other than that, I recommend it highly.
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Keeping it all in the family (Boston Globe)
Given their family's musical history and sheer size, it's not a shock that the three O'Malley brothers who make up the Safes -- Frankie , 33; Patrick , 30; and Michael , 29 -- formed a rock band. What is surprising is that they didn't start a marching band.
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WALKERSVILLE -- How did we ever get by without cell phones, computers and Blackberries? But using those high-tech objects have also taken a toll on the physical health of many people. (Not to mention the mental stress when the equipment doesn't work.)
critic's pick (Lexington Herald-Leader)
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Sixties pop stars the Turtles still happy together (The Monterey County Herald)
Where were you when The Turtles' "Happy Together" was a number-one hit on AM radio in 1967?
Countrypolitan Favorites (Creative Loafing Charlotte)
Southern Culture on the Skids... By Grant Britt.
The Shake Are Coming (antiMUSIC)
(PR) May 15 is the red-letter day when New York City?s latest rock-throne contenders THE SHAKE will release Kick It, their debut album on Unicycle Records. If advance reaction is any indication, this band is sure to garner lots of positive media attention.
School board updates graduation requirements (The Marshfield Mail)
The Marshfield R-1 Board of Education approved a change in high school social studies graduation requirements during its regular meeting Monday.
The Sports Guy: Vegas, baby, Vegas (ESPN)
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Newfangled fusion (New York Daily News)
Shania Twain and Faith Hill weren't the first country stars to give the genre a slick, urban makeover.
The Sports Guy: Vegas, baby, Vegas (ESPN)
Bill Simmons survived NBA All-Star Weekend in Vegas and gives a thumbs up or thumbs down on the wild action.
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