Kinks - The Journey Part 1 . A Kinks Anthology (black 2LP)

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Out 24th March

celebrating their 60th anniversary and compiled by the kinks, this is their first new 'best of' for many years, combining the pye and rca catalogues.

‘the journey’ is a collection of tracks chosen by the kinks’ ray davies, dave davies and mick avory that reflect the trials and tribulations of their journey through life together as a band since 1963. contains: hits, key album tracks, singles, band favorites and b-sides. all recordings remastered from original master sources.  

side 1
songs about becoming a man, the search for adventure, finding an identity and a girl:
1.    you really got me (uk#1, 1964)
2.    all day and all of the night (uk#2, 1964)
3.    it's all right (1964)
4.    who'll be the next in line (1965)
5.    tired of waiting for you (uk#1, 1965)
6.    she's got everything (1968)
7.    just can't go to sleep (1964)
8.    stop your sobbing (1964)
9.    wait till the summer comes along (1965)
10.    so long (1965)

side 2
songs of ambition achieved, bitter taste of success, loss of friends, the past comes back and bites you in the back-side:
1.    dead end street (uk#5, 1966)
2.    schooldays (1975)
3.    the hard way (1975)
4.    mindless child of motherhood (1969)
5.    supersonic rocket ship (uk#2, 1972)
6.    i'm in disgrace (1975)
7.    do you remember walter? (1968)

side 3
days and nights of a lost soul, songs of regret and reflection of happier times:
1.    too much on my mind (1966)
2.    nothin’ in the world can stop me worryin’ ‘bout that girl (1965)
3.    days (uk#2, 1968)
4.    where have all the good times gone (1965)
5.    strangers (1970)
6.    it’s too late (1965)
7.    sitting in the midday sun (1973)

side 4
a new start, a new love, but have you really changed? still haunted by the quest and the girl:
1.    waterloo sunset (uk#2, 1967)
2.    no more looking back (1975)
3.    death of a clown (uk#3, 1967)
4.    celluloid heroes (1972)
5.    act nice and gentle (1967)
6.    this is where i belong (1967)