Music In Review - The Kinks 1964-1978(also subtitled "An Independent Critical Review")
Produced by: Produced by Rachael Griffiths, Jayne Anderson
Edited and Directed by: Alexander Fyfe
Type of release: Music critics discussing the Kinks' music. Includes some video footage of the Kinks, but it is heavily edited and the critics often talk over it.
Date Label Number Country Format Running Time ---- ----- ------ ------- ------ ------------ Jul 18, 2006 Classic Rock Productions Services Ltd CRP1854 UK 2 DVD set with 50 page booklet, PAL, all regions DVD 1: 51 minutes, DVD 2: 47 minutes
Liner Notes:THE DEFINITIVE CRITICAL REVIEW
This is the independent critical review of The Kinks on record, on film and in concert.
Drawing on rare film from the archives this powerful reassessment of the work of The Kinks features every major release from the birth of the band through the whole of the Pye and RCA years and on to the beginning of the fruitful liaison with Arista.
A leading team of rock critics and musicologists provide penetrating insights into why the music worked so well.... and sometimes why it didn't. The 48 page full colour book includes rare photographs and a complete review of every Kinks album from 1964 to 1978 with a complete track by track analysis. This is the ultimate critical reference guide to the work of a band whose influence is still felt today.
Features You Really Got Me, Sleepwalker, No More Looking Back, All Day And All Of The Night, Life On The Road, Live Life, Misfits, Celluloid Heroes, Lola, Waterloo Sunset, Lost And Found... and many more.
BONUS FEATURES: Image Gallery
EDITORIAL CONTROL: This project requires totally independent editorial control. This 2 DVD and book set is unauthorised and is not associated or approved in any way by present and past members of the Kinks or the management of the group.
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