The Kinks 1967

The Kinks: Oddities and Rarities

Channel 149-14

Episode date - January 5, 2018

How Music Changed
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    In 1967, the Kinks were incredibly active in the studio, recording more songs than they could have used on their albums.

    Most of these songs remained in obscurity, until the CD era, when they started to appear as bonus tracks on the myriad collections and re-releases of their albums.

    For this show, we tear through a batch of them, including:

    There Is No Life Without Love

    Lavender Hill

    Good Luck Charm

    Sand on My Shoes

    Rosemary Rose

    Berkeley Mews

    Mr. Songbird

    Misty Water

    Did You See His Name

    King Kong

    Easy Come, There You Went

    Mick Avory’s Underpants

    Spotty Grotty Anna

    Groovy Movies

    David Watts (live BBC)

    Interview with Ray Davies

    Love Me Till the Sun Shines (BBC)

    Monica (BBC)

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