8 thoughts on “ You Do Something To Me - The Kinks - 20th Anniversary Box Set (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Box set includes 8-page booklet with the story of The Kinks and 3 LP's. LP 1: Kinks Greatest Hits (KINK ) LP 2: Kinks Kollectables (KINK )/5(22).
  2. The Kinks - 20th Anniversary Box Set. Release info: Produced by: Ray Davies, Shel Talmy Release date: 7 Dec, Record label & catalog #: PRT KINKX Country: UK Format: 12" vinyl 2-LP set (double album), 33 1/3 RPM Release type: Compilation: Tracks: Side 1 - Greatest Hits You Do Something To Me: mono mix (), recorded probably
  3. The Kinks ‎– 20th Anniversary Box Set. PRT ‎– KINKX 3 × Vinyl, LP, Reissue. Box Set, Compilation. UK Import. Tracklist Kinks Greatest Hits. A1 You Really Got Me. A2 All Day And All Of The Night. A3 Tired Of Waiting For You. A4 Everybody's Gonna Be Happy. A5 Set Me FreeSeller Rating: % positive.
  4. You Do Something To Me Written by: Ray Davies. Published by: Kassner Music Co. Ltd. Chord file. The Kinks - 20th Anniversary Box Set: 7 Dec, UK: PRT KINKX 12" vinyl 2-LP set (double album), 33 1/3 RPM: The Kinks Are Well Respected Men: 28 Sep, UK: PRT PYL
  5. But, the reason I am adding words to this space is because, as you may have noticed, this version of The Kinks box set, "The Anthology," also contains a 7" (vinyl) single ("You Really Got Me" b/w "Milkcow Blues" - both recorded live at Twickenham Television Studios and were previously unreleased at the time this set was released in the UK)/5().
  6. Sep 20,  · The Kinks‘ album Arthur (Or The Decline And Fall Of The British Empire) is to be reissued as a 50th anniversary super deluxe edition box set in October. This set is presented differently to The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society box set; Arthur is it is smaller, seven-inch square, three-inch deep package, which holds four CDs, four seven-inch singles, a book and some .
  7. Led by singer-songwriter Ray Davies, the Kinks recorded countless songs that have proven to be both timeless and highly influential. Their slew of early singles -- from the Hard Rock prototype "You Really Got Me" to the whimsical, lackadaisical and humorous "Sunny Afternoon" -- made them one of the most popular bands of the British Invasion.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *