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8 Comments on " Something Better Begining - Various - An Animal Kink - A Tribute To The Kinks (CD, Album) "

  • The Kinks were trapped in a system which exploited talented musicians for the benefit of others, men who were unable themselves to create the product they were selling. The 50s and 60s are full of stories of acts who made almost no money while managers and label people did well. The Kinks were no different and in fact were worse off than many/5().
  • Here's a podcast on Something Else. am - The Kinks are at #16 in this article on The Best Rock Bands of All Time. Friday, 24th April, am - The Kinks Covers database is now at cover songs/tribute songs/Kinks-produced songs. am - Arthur is included in this article on the 10 Greatest Ever Rock Concept Albums.
  • Album covers for The Kinks. Album covers for albums by The Kinks, found by OneMusicAPI. Share these album covers: Something Else by The Kinks. The Great Lost Kinks Album. The Kink Kontroversy. The Kink Kronikles. The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society. Think Visual. To the Bone. UK Jive.
  • And the compilers of this CD are perfectly aware of that. Not a single cut off what many believe is their best album, THE VILLAGE GREEN PRESERVATION SOCIETY, is included on this album. Obviously, they anticipated that aspiring Kinks fans would want both albums/5(15).
  • Jan 24,  · Mojo presents their classic album covered Starring Nada Surf, Ty Segall, Wreckless Eric, Mick Harvey, Grumbling Fur, Max Jury, Gaz Coombes, Les Limiñanas & more On spine: Mojo Presents Something Else: A Tribute To The Kinks On back cover: Given away free with Mojo March Not to be sold separately.
  • Mar 16,  · Label: Various | Genre: Classic Rock. Although they weren’t as boldly innovative as the Beatles or as popular as the Rolling Stones or the Who, the Kinks were one of the most influential bands of the British Invasion. Like most bands of their era, the Kinks began as an R&B/blues outfit.
  • My favourite track from the album is 'Celluloid Heroes', an unheralded classic with a two and a half minute intro' to die for followed by a tribute to 40s and 50s movie stars. Other great compositions make this a 'must have' CD. Don't be a Stick in the Mud - we can't wallow in cheap 60's nostalgia forever/5(76).
  • That was good, but as a Kinks fan of long, longstanding (over forty years and counting), I still found it somewhat unsatisfying, in that several key tracks were missing - such as 'Till Death Do Us Part' a track that first saw the light of day by way of the (Ray Davies reviled) 'Great Lost Kinks' album, that surfaced in the USA only in January /5().