Kinks is the self-titled debut album by English rock band The Kinks, released in 1964. It was released with three tracks omitted as You Really Got Me in the United States. The album was re-released in 1998 in the UK on Castle Records with twelve bonus tracks. This reissue was itself reissued in 2004 on the Sanctuary label.
Apeman" is a song by the British rock band The Kinks. It was written by Ray Davies and appears on the album Lola versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One. It is 3:52 in length. It was released as a single in the fall of 1970. While it did not do as well on the . Pop Singles chart as its predecessor, "Lola," did, it was a major hit in the UK, peaking at number five on their singles chart. In the song, Davies is fed up with the modern world and declares that he wants to, "sail away to a distant shore and make like an apeman.
Song: Apeman Artist: The Kinks Composer: Ray Davies Album: Lola versus Powerman and The Moneygoround Part One. Tabbed by DJ ('DiddyD' at ultimateGuitar. com) 16th April 2013. In the 2nd Chorus the line- 'The air pollution is a -fogging up my eyes' is the overdubbed lyric that appears on the single and mimed TV appearances, the original album has what sounds more like cursing, so you take your choice.
Sleepwalker (The Kinks album). Sleepwalker is the fifteenth studio album by the English rock group, The Kinks, released in 1977. It marked a return to straight-ahead, self-contained rock songs after several years of concept albums. It is the first album in what critics usually call the "arena rock" phase of the group, in which more commercial and mainstream production techniques would be employed.
Cover by: WooD HeaD BoB Song: "Apeman" Artist: The Kinks Album: Lola versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One Released: 1970. Apeman Cover Robert Horney WooD HeaD BoB.
Orpheum Theatre (Boston, MA), 11/11/1972 - Late. By Paste Magazine November 13, 2007. Music Audio The Kinks. Unlike other British Invasion-era bandleaders, he didn't seem comfortable as a frontman. The band, with the horn section in tow, returned to America in the latter part of 1972 to promote the album. This concert, recorded at the late show on the first of two consecutive nights at Boston's Orpheum Theater, captures The Kinks in loose, drunken form. Unlike the early show, where Ray was sober, this set has a more distinct reckless abandon to it. In addition to classic Kinks' hits, this performance also features material from Everybody's in Show-biz, which clearly showcases Ray Davies ' weariness and cynicism about life as a rock 'n' roll star.
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Written-By – R. D. Davies*
Written-By – D. R. G. Davies*
- Producer – Raymond Douglas Davies*
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- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): PYS 258A
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): PYS 258B
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|7N-45016||The Kinks||Apeman (7", Single)||Pye Records||7N-45016||New Zealand||1970|
|7N.45016||The Kinks||Apeman (7", Single, Pus)||Pye Records||7N.45016||UK||1970|
|0979||The Kinks||Apeman (7", Single, Promo)||Reprise Records||0979||US||1970|
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