The Great Lost Kinks Album

Running length
30 tracks
Running time
72:39

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Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Intro - Ballad of the Virgin Soldiers 2:49 149
2 I'm a Hog for You Baby 1:39 1,893
3 I Believed You 1:56 2,022
4 Revenge 1:29 19,896
5 Got Love If You Want It 3:46 18,316
6 Don't Ever Let Me Go 2:20 4,518
7 This I Know 1:59 1,626
8 A Little Bit of Sunlight 1:47 1,840
9 Tell Me Now So I'll Know 1:54 1,185
10 There's a New World Just Opening for Me 2:33 966
11 All Night Stand 1:50 1,443
12 Time Will Tell 2:35 3,910
13 Spotty Grotty Anna 2:07 2,656
14 And I Will Love You 2:18 3,099
15 She's Got Everything 3:08 31,130
16 Dedicated Follower Of Fashion 3:01 158,468
17 Mr. Reporter 3:39 9,801
18 Sand on My Shoes 3:05 979
19 Lavender Hill 2:56 7,433
20 Rosemary Rose 1:44 6,790
21 Misty Water 3:04 6,189
22 Mr. Songbird 2:27 9,643
23 Did You See His Name? 1:57 3,926
24 Where Did My Spring Go? 2:10 3,546
25 When I Turn Off the Living Room Light 2:18 5,414
26 Til Death do Us Part 3:18 2,525
27 Pictures in the Sand 2:45 3,424
28 Berkeley Mews 2:36 6,728
29 Easy Come, There You Went 0:50 1,018
30 This Man He Weeps Tonight 2:39 9,368

About this album

1. The Virgin Soldier March
mono mix, recorded Feb 1969 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London
2. I’m A Hog For You Baby
mono mix, demo version, recorded 19 Oct, 1963 at Regent Sound Studios, London
3. I Believed You
mono mix, demo version, recorded 19 Oct, 1963 at Regent Sound Studios, London
4. Revenge
mono mix, demo version, recorded mid-Dec 1963 at Regent Sound, London
5. Got Love If You Want It
mono mix, alternate take, recorded early 1964
6. Don’t Ever Let Me Go
mono mix, recorded 8 Sep, 1964 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London

7. This I Know
mono mix, demo version, recorded 31 May, 1965 at Regent Sound Studios, London
8. A Little Bit Of Sunlight
mono mix, Ray Davies’ publishing demo, recorded 24 May, 1965 at Regent Sound Studios, London
9. Tell Me Now So I’ll Know
mono mix, Ray Davies’ publishing demo, recorded 24 May, 1965 at Regent Sound Studios, London
10. There’s A New World Just Opening For Me
mono mix, Ray Davies’ publishing demo, recorded 24 May, 1965 at Regent Sound Studios, London
11. All Night Stand
mono mix, demo version, recorded Dec 1965 at Central Sound, London
12. Time Will Tell
mono mix, recorded possibly 25-26 Oct, 1965 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London
13. Spotty Grotty Anna
stereo mix, recorded around 1968 at Pye Studios, London
14. And I Will Love You
mono mix, recorded 29 or 30 Dec, 1965 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London
15. She’s Got Everything
stereo mix, recorded 7 Feb, 1966 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London
16. Dedicated Follower Of Fashion
mono mix, alternate recording, recorded 2 Feb, 1966 at IBC Studios, London

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  • kanto_sho

    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.

    8 Jan 2011 Reply
  • kanto_sho

    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"

    8 Jan 2011 Reply
  • yellowsub25

    By far one of the best Kinks collections I've heard.

    27 Sep 2009 Reply
  • r_m

    Yeah. The original album is stunning!

    12 Aug 2009 Reply
  • HumHumXX

    This is apparently the tracklist of the 30 track bootleg version.

    8 Aug 2009 Reply

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