Kinks - Golden Hour Of The Kinks

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Artikelcode
910
Kwaliteit
Zeer goed
Mooi exemplaar. Vinyl heeft 1 krasje(kant 2). Hoes heeft wat slijtage bij de randen(EX-)
Herkomst : UK. Golden-Hour?
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Artiest Kinks
Aantal units 1
Genre Pop, Rock
Kwaliteit vinyl VG+
Kwaliteit hoes VG+
Kwaliteit label EX
Kwaliteit score (1...10) 7.1
Kwaliteit van album Zeer goed
Tracks Kant 1 :
Days
Wonder Boy
Autum Almanac
Waterloo Sunset
Dedicated Follower of Fashion
Dead End Street
Set Me Free
Sunny Afternoon
Till the End of Day
Sittin' on My Sofa

Kant 2 :
Victoria
A Well Respected Man
You Really Got Me
All Day and All of the Night
Tired of Waiting for You
See My Friends
Lovie Lovie
Animal Farm
Shangrila
Where Have All the Good Times Gone

Kinks - Golden Hour Of The Kinks

The Kinks (1963–1996) were an English pop-rock group that came out of the British R&B scene of the early 1960s. Formed in Muswell Hill, North London, by brothers Ray Davies and Dave Davies in 1964 and categorised in the United States as a 'British Invasion' band, the Kinks are recognised as one of the most important and influential rock groups of the era. <br/>Their music was influenced by a wide range of genres, including rhythm and blues, British music hall, folk and country.<br/>In 1990, their first year of eligibility, the original four members were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Later, in November 2005, they were inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame. Among numerous other honours, they received the Ivor Novello Award for 'Outstanding Service to British Music' in 2006.<br/>Between the mid-1960s and early 1970s, the group released a string of commercially and critically successful singles and LPs, and gained a reputation for songs and concept albums reflecting English culture and lifestyle, fuelled by Ray Davies' observational writing style. Albums such as Face to Face, Something Else, The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society, Arthur, Lola Versus Powerman and the Moneygoround and Muswell Hillbillies, along with their accompanying singles, are considered among the most influential recordings of the period.