Review - Ray Solo, 11 August, 1995, Leas Cliff Hall, Folkstone, & 12 August, 1995, Assembly Theatre, Tunbridge WellsDate: Sun, 13 Aug 1995 23:48:23 -0400 (EDT)
From: Yoshitsugu Uemura
Subject: Back from Ray's solo shows
First of all, I would like to say, "Nice to meet you", to all the kinks fans whom I met at Leas Cliff Hall on Aug 11 and at Assembly Hall on Aug 12. Ray was really cool!!! I hope he will release his solo 'live' album.....Maybe not... but let's hope!!
Aug 11 Aug 12 1.Autumn Almanac 1.Autumn Almanac 2.Sunny Afternoon 2.Sunny Afternoon 3.Dedicated Follower of Fashion 3.Dedicated Follower..... 4.Victoria 4.Victoria 5.20th Century Man 5.20th Century Man 6.Old Black Magic 6.The London Song 7.Tired of Waiting for You 7.Old Black Magic 8.Set Me Free 8.This Strange Effect 9.The London Song 9.Tired of Waiting for You 10.See My Friend 10.Set Me Free 11.Art School Babes 11.X-Ray 12.YRGM 12.See My Friend 13.She Was Really Animal 13.Art School Babes 14.A Well Respected Man 14.YRGM 15.Muswell Hillbillies 15.She Was Really Animal 16.Americana 16.A Well Respected Man 17.The Money-go-round 17.Americana 18.I Go To Sleep 18.I Go To Sleep 19.Two Sisters 19.Two Sisters 20.The Ballad of Julie Finkle 20.The Money-go-round 21.To The Bone 21.Dead End Street 22.Dead End Street 22.The Ballad of Julie Finkle 23.Lola 23.Lola 24.Days 24.To The Bone 25.Waterloo Sunset 25.Days 26.YRGM 26.Waterloo Sunset 27.YRGMAt Assembly Hall, there was Ray's daughter Victoria in the audience. She's very cute!!!!!!
P.S. Wes, I got Ray to sign on the picture that I had taken with Ray and Maria.
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