6.04.2008

The Kinks: Well Respected Kinks (1966)

1966 also saw a change in personnel, albeit temporary, when John Dalton deputised for Pete Quaife, initially because the latter had broken his ankle. In fact he later formed a new group Maple Oak but rejoined The Kinks after they'd put out one flop single. In 1969, of course, John Dalton, who'd played with The Mark Four, replaced Quaife permanently when he left to pursue a career in commercial shops and buy a record shop in Copenhagen.
Collectors`stuff...another Superb Compilation, and you`ll find some great artwork here, just need to download the album, and of course, leave comments. Grab this beauty.

6 comments:

jeffree g. moore said...

i love ALL your sites!

Fantômas said...

Un abrazo loco!

donletmedon said...

I was have one of this kinks vinyl lp . but sadly I lost it long time ago....
that's the reason why I feel very happy that knowing you will upload it

Pablo "Pochola" Cazorla said...

Passw:
mza-garage.blogspot.com

PD:(glad to hear that you can have again the lp that you lost...something is something yes? hope you like this one)

henry said...

the Kinks were two of the greatest bands to come over in the British Invasion, in my mind (the other being the Rolling Stones, well OK, the Beatles were the greatest, but after them, i pick the Kinks and Stones). As great as the Kinks became, their early material remains my favorite. Long live the Kinks! Great post.

Anonymous said...

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saludos
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