Release info:Produced by: Shel Talmy
Release date: 17? Mar, 1965
Record label & catalog #: Reprise R 6158
Format: 12" vinyl LP (album), 33 1/3 RPM
Release type: Regular release
Description/Notes: mono mix
|1. Tired Of Waiting For You||mono mix (2:30), recorded 17, 18, 24, 25 Aug 1964 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London, with additional guitar overdub at IBC Studios, London in 29 Dec 1964|
|2. Louie Louie||mono mix (2:57), recorded 18 Oct, 1964 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London|
|3. I've Got That Feeling||mono mix (2:45), recorded 18 Oct, 1964 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London|
|4. Revenge||mono mix (1:28), recorded late Aug 1964 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London|
|5. I Gotta Move||mono mix (2:24), recorded 17, 18, 24, 25 Aug 1964 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London|
|1. Things Are Getting Better||mono mix (1:57), recorded 18 Oct, 1964 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London|
|2. I Gotta Go Now||mono mix (2:54), recorded 24 Sep, 1964 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London|
|3. I'm A Lover Not A Fighter||mono mix (2:02), recorded late Aug 1964 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London|
|4. Come On Now||mono mix (1:45), recorded 22 or 23 Dec, 1964 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London|
|5. All Day And All Of The Night||mono mix (2:20), recorded 24 Sep, 1964 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London|
Liner Notes:THE SUN NEVER SETS ON ENGLISH QUARTETS
As you may or may not recall, it was the British who discovered the potato. Until British enterprise developed that peculiar vegetable, the potato had sat around all over the world looking rather useless, not hard enough to make a decent weapon, not pretty enough to arrange in bouquets. Now, the British potato is digested by all.
The same is true of quartets.
The British have rediscovered the quartet, and made it palatable for all. Until a couple of years ago, quartets were used only to sing things like "Sweet Adeline" or, for show-stoppers, "Jada." Then came the British discovery.
While Parliament worried itself about losing more colonies, those Britishers too young to vote began forming by fours, making music, and recolonizing the world with their singing.
It's not exactly what Rudyard Kipling might have hoped for his Empire, but it has been successful.
One of these foursomes calls itself, as if you didn't know, The Kinks. As this is being written, The Kinks are on their third straight Top Ten record in America:
1. "YOU REALLY GOT ME" 2. "ALL DAY AND ALL OF THE NIGHT" 3. "TIRED OF WAITING FOR YOU"At any rate, they should be more popular and less fatty than potatoes in nothing flat.
|Kinks-Size||27 Sep, 1988||USA||Rhino R1 70317||12" vinyl LP (album), 33 1/3 RPM|
|Kinks-Size Kinkdom||27 Sep, 1988||USA||Rhino R2 75769||CD|
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