The Kink Kontroversy

The Kinks: The Kink Kontroversy

Channel 149-8

Episode date - November 24, 2017

How Music Changed
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    With their third album, the artistic growth of the band was undeniable. Unfortunately, though, so were the behind-the-scenes difficulties that made life difficult for the band, or at least its primary songwriter and vocalist Ray Davies.

    This show covers the remarkable music from “Kink Kontroversy”, while the details shed some light on why the album’s name had its basis in reality.

    Featured tracks include;

    Milk Cow Blues

    You Can’t Win

    I’m On an Island

    Till the End of the Day

    Where Have All the Good Time Gone?

    Ring the Bells

    I Am Free

    What’s in Store for Me

    Gotta Get the First Plane Home

    When I See That Girl of Mine

    The World Keeps Going Round

    It’s Too Late

    ‘Till the End of the Day (live BBC)

    A Well Respected Man (live BBC)

    Where Have Al the Good Times Gone? (live BBC)

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