The Kinks’ debut turns 50 this week — and we could talk about it all day and all of the night.
The Anthology 1964-1971 is billed as “the most comprehensive collection of The Kinks seminal 1960s and early 1970s Pye label recordings ever released.”
So says Ray Davies.
The remarkable export from the Davies brothers turns 45.
Plus, Fatboy Slim, Girl Talk, Mastodon, and more.
November sees Kinks frontman on the road.
It’s sort of like The Kinks, that counts for something right?
7 of the band’s first 10 albums to be re-released by July.
A festival where the curator and lineup announcement are equally important.
Sadly, it’s a bad covers album.
It never ends.
Everybody’s Gonna Be Happy.