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The Kinks - Deadend Street / Sunny Afternoon Album

Performer:

The Kinks

Title:

Deadend Street / Sunny Afternoon

Genre:

Rock

MP3 album size:

2231 mb

Label:

Reprise Records

Rating:

4.3

Country:

US

Date of release:

1967

Catalog:

0708

The Kinks - Deadend Street / Sunny Afternoon Album

Tracklist

1Deadend Street3:20
2Sunny Afternoon3:30

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
0708The Kinks Deadend Street / Sunny Afternoon ‎(7", Single)Reprise Records0708US1967

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): REP-0708 JA-4659
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): REP-0708 JA-4318

Album

Songs in album The Kinks - Deadend Street - Sunny Afternoon 1967. The Kinks - Dead End Street. The Kinks - Sunny Afternoon. Sunny Afternoon is the second UK budget-priced compilation album by British rock group the Kinks released in 1967. The album consists of some of the most popular singles and b-sides released by the Kinks from 1965 and 1966. It also includes a cover of Louie Louie, originally from the 1964 Kinksize Session EP and the track Such A Shame from the 1965 Kwyet Kinks EP. Stream Sunny Afternoon - The Kinks by DeadEndStreet from desktop or your mobile Sunny Afternoon. The Kinks' biggest hit with Apologies to Lolas advocates from 1966, the first in a long string of satirical hits in this case criticizing the privileged ones who suffered from the imposition of the new progressive tax in England. What have the artists said about the song Sunny Afternoon was made very quickly, in the morning, it was one of our most atmospheric sessions. I still like to keep tapes of the few minutes before the final take, things that happen before the session. Maybe its superstitious, but I believe if I had done things differently-if I ha. Sunny Afternoon is a song by The Kinks, written by chief songwriter Ray Davies. The track later featured on the Face to Face album as well as being the title track for their 1967 compilation album. Its strong Music Hall flavour and lyrical focus was part of a stylistic departure for the band begun with 1965's A Well Respected Man, who had risen to fame in 1964-65 with a series of hard-driving, power-chord rock hits. Released as a single in 3 June, 1966, it went to number 1 on the UK charts on 7 July 1966, remaining there for two weeks. The track also w read more. album: Face To Face 1966. Party Line. Rosy Won't You Please Come Home. Too Much On My Mind. Session Man. Rainy Day In June. Dead End Street. Big Black Smoke. This Is Where I Belong. Submit Lyrics. Official audio for Sunny Afternoon by The Kinks. Originally released as a single on 3rd June 1966, it stayed at. Strictly speaking, the double-album compilation The Kink Kronikles isn't a greatest-hits collection. Apart from the hits - the lazy, sardonic Sunny Afternoon and the gorgeous Waterloo Sunset, and the 1970 comeback hits Lola and Apeman - there is a wealth of music that ranks among their very best material that isn't available on any other album. Sunny Afternoon is a song by the Kinks, written by chief songwriter Ray Davies. Like its contemporary Taxman by The Beatles, the song references the high levels of progressive tax taken by the British Labour government of Harold Wilson. Its strong music hall flavour and lyrical focus was part of a stylistic departure for the band begun with 1965's A Well Respected Man, which

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