The lavishly packaged deluxe box set contains three discs of previously unheard recordings, including today’s new “medley” version of “Any Time”.
Also see tributes from Ringo Starr, Nile Rodgers, Quincy Jones, Krist Novoselic, Tom Morello, and more.
The deluxe set a remastered version of the original album in both mono and stereo, as well as over 30 previously unreleased tracks.
“The songs are really just in demo form now,” says Dave. “But good demos.”
The Kinks founder takes us back to 1978 on the latest preview of his upcoming album, Decade.
Kinks guitarist keeps it in the family with father-son project, Open Road.
“Dave and I will definitely work together again. And we want to play live.”
Brothers performed “You Really Got Me”.
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.