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The Great Lost Kinks Album
The Kinks

The Great Lost Kinks Album



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  • Track 16: Unreleased "acoustic"-version Track 17: Great unreleased version with Ray on vocals! Tracks 13 - 17 were recorded in February 1966 for a planned third EP "Occupations". Track 18: early version of "Tin soldier man" Tracks 18 - 20 are Something Else... outtakes, spring 1967. Tracks 21 + 22 are Village Green ... outtakes, spring 1968. Track 28: B-side to "Lola", 1970 Tracks 23 - 28 were recorded for a six-part BBC-TV-show entitled WHERE WAS SPRING? - one song per show - in, you guessed it, spring 1969, prior to Arthur... Track 29: Arthur... outtake, summer 1969 Track 30: A superior stereo mix of this otherwise "released" Dave Davies song.
  • From www.rateyourmusic.com Track 1: Theme-tune written by Ray for a 1970 TV-Play Tracks 2 + 3 are the very first studio-recordings by the Kinks, when they were still the Ravens, November 1963 Tracks 4 + 5 are outtakes from early 1964 Track 6: Projected third single. Never released, this is, with hindsight, a truly historic song because it shows that the riff to "You really got me" didn't came out of the blue! [incorrect, this song was actually recorded after "You Really Got Me" was released] Tracks 7 - 10 are publisher's demos of new Ray Davies-compositions, late May 1965. These songs were never professionally recorded by the Kinks. Track 11: acoustic demo, late 1965) Track 12: Kink Kontroversy-outtake, late 1965 Track 13: backing track only Track 15: Vocals recorded in early 1968 and eventually released as a B-side of "Days"
  • By far one of the best Kinks collections I've heard.
  • r_m
    Yeah. The original album is stunning!
  • This is apparently the tracklist of the 30 track bootleg version.

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