The Kinks weren’t as successful or instantly influential as some bands of the 1960s. But their musical statements made an impact then and still hold up today
Two-disc sets come with rarities and more
Goldmine magazine, April 2011 (Issue #798) and Spring special issue on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame are both on your newsstand now!
The UK-based writer Clare Colbran reminisces here about the music, fashion, and film of the UK in the 1960s as she experienced it as a model and music fan.
by John M. Borack Apple Jam Off the Beatle Track Roseta Productions (884501189064) Grade: ****1/2 Off the Beatle Track showcases authentic and affectionate Merseybeat re-creations of 14 tracks that John Lennon and Paul McCartney penned during the Beatles’ early years …
“The Boys of Summer” is a 14-song CD collection that brings together Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine, Carl Wilson, Dennis Wilson and Jan & Dean for the first time in their long history.
This 87-minute DVD history of the one of the most important British bands of the 1960s, is a huge disappointment.
It used to be that The Kinks were second-class citizens among ‘60s British Invasion bands when it came to collectibles. In recent years, however, the brothers Davies have narrowed the gap.
Once you’ve snagged the standbys to a well-rounded record collection, try adding these gems for extra flair.
In article/All_hell_breaks_loose_1968_in_review_part_II/”>part II of our look back at 1968, we reviewed the troubling historic events that marked that year, and we began to dive into the music that provided the soundtrack for life after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. In this installment, we take a closer look at the albums that marked the year, from the then-dismissed (but now oft-revered) Village Green Preservation Society by The Kinks, to the heartbreak and betrayal Jeff Beck felt over Led Zeppelin I.