Fancy - The Kinks - Face To Face (Cassette, Album)
Label: Helidon - 7.151.434 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Yugoslavia • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock
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"Sunny Afternoon" was The Kinks' last big hit of the '60's before "Lola" put them on top again in This album also marks the first appearance of John Dalton on bass ("There's too Much on My Mind"). Pete Quaife left the band for a short time, and Dalton played on this song. His picture is also featured in the publicity pictures in the booklet/5(42).
Funny Face The Kinks. Produced by Ray Davies & Shel Talmy. Album Something Else by the Kinks. Funny Face Lyrics [Verse 1] You're walking 'round in my memory That only gets stronger and stronger.
“Fancy” comes next, a period piece with Eastern influences, though the feel is more Arabic than Indian. I’ve always thought that The Kinks did better with drone songs than The Beatles (thirty seconds of “See My Friends” will demonstrate that) and “Fancy” confirms that perception. Face to Face is the first pure Kinks album. In.
His band's Face to Face--initiating, for only a couple of thousand Americans at the time, a string of uninterrupted Kinks masterpieces unrivalled in Western Music for duration, consistency, and wit--did not spring up, however, from nowhere; the year's earlier album, Kinks Kontroversy, broke partly with their earlier music's garage punkiness.
Review Summary: Face to face with excellence. The Kinks just had a knack of nailing a few certain traits with such effortless adeptness that they managed to churn out a number of superb pop records in the sixties, albums that stand the test of time as well as any Beatles or Stones record even though they didn’t achieve anywhere near the same.
12" vinyl LP (album), 33 1/3 RPM: Face To Face: 21 Jan, Japan: PRT SP20 12" vinyl LP (album), 33 1/3 RPM: Face To Face: Dec UK: PRT CDMP CD: Face To Face: Jan Germany: PRT/TELDEC ZR: CD: Face To Face: 18 Dec France: PRT/Castle Communications CLACD CD: Face To Face: 30 Mar, UK: Essential.
Face to Face is a fine lp; the Kinks have really never done a poor one. This is perhaps the best Kinks lp to meet them on – it hits hardest and fastest, it is the most sophisticated and in many ways the funniest and most musically inventive.
The Kinks went from a great rock band to a brilliant rock band on the level of the Beatles and Stones with this LP. "Sunny Afternoon" was voted one of the key pop songs of the 20th Century, and every tune here is just as good (and it isn't even their best record!). The CD includes such bonuses as the ace "Dead End Street. kinks face to face.