Screenings will take place worldwide beginning in May 2015.
Iconic rock band’s first and only concert film is due out next month.
Another goodie from The Basement Tapes Complete, due out in November.
Three-disc set collects B-sides and unreleased tracks.
It’s all part of the band’s 20th anniversary.
A taste of The Basement Tapes Complete, due out in November.
The “rock” version was produced by Giorgio Moroder.
Each album has been remastered from the original analog tapes.
Includes a remastered copy of the album, updated artwork, and five bonus tracks.
The Anthology 1964-1971 is billed as “the most comprehensive collection of The Kinks seminal 1960s and early 1970s Pye label recordings ever released.”
This sophomore LP doesn’t attempt to reinvent shoegaze, which turns out to be a wise decision.
New oral history reveals details of a potential name change, mishaps in the studio, and more.