All Day And All Of The Night 3:44 9. Prince Of The Punks 3:55 12. Till The End Of The Day 2:44 18. Lyrics, music, voice--its the way rock should be but can never be reprised. We find it boring recording tracks.
Loved it in 1980, love it today. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Stop Your Sobbing 2:30 13. Wish I Could Fly Like Superman 6:32 4. Intro : Lola 0:54 6. The Kinks were never the most polished act in the business, but they have always come across as an honest group that wasn't just in it for the money. The video is probably a bit difficult to find these days but is well worth the effort to look up, for old and new fans alike! Wish I Could Fly Like Superman 6:32 16.
. Catch Me Now I'm Falling 4:47 4. The problem is, with a band like this its hard to include all the high points of there career even in the 70s when this album came out so, no doubt, some material is going to be left out. The filming and editing are perhaps a bit dated, but that possibly adds to the charm of the performance. Theres a reason why The Who were trying to replicate that Kinks hard rock sound back in the early days and a lot of that can be attributed directly to Dave Davies and what he was able to accomplish. Their songs have been covered by many bands including the Pretenders and Van Halen.
Beyond that, these guys are the greatest band in the world, without a doubt. Where Have All The Good Times Gone 2:16 5. Prince Of The Punks 3:55 12. Stop Your Sobbing 2:30 Disc Two 1. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.
Along with all the other great definitive Kinks studio recordings this one is essential for capturing the hard rocking, live performance version of the band that never really got captured on record in their earlier glory years. Especially when you leave them. I think they hang onto things longer, and they get more cruel and more trivial the more that you deal with them. I walked on stage, tripped over a microphone lead cord , and fell into the orchestra pit! Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve. By david Tampa, Fla Review is for a different.
You Really Got Me 3:40 8. They like to hang onto everything. By Craig Vancouver Review is for a different. From opening to finish, the singing is great, the playing is excellent and the showmanship is top notch. Very underrated guitar man that other Davies was.
It really does capture The Kinks at or near a live performing peak. The legendary Kinks paved the way for heavy metal and punk while still making their mark on pop music and their essential 1980 live album, One For The Road truly has it all. The Hard Way 2:42 3. You Really Got Me 3:40 20. . I liked this one a whole lot in 1981 and still do to this day. Catch Me Now I'm Falling 4:47 4.
The Kinks are sort of vagrant uncles that come back to the house on Sunday for the free meal! Intro : Lola 0:54 6. All Day And All Of The Night 3:44 9. Where Have All The Good Times Gone 2:16 5. Till The End Of The Day 2:44 6. By a reviewer Grand Rapids, Mi Review is for a different. The prelude guitar solo for Celluloid Heros alone is worth having this disc.
Capturing an era when The Kinks reclaimed their sleek muscularity, leaving behind the theatrics that had been a feature of their act in the first half of the '70s. They easily mix newer numbers 'Attitude', 'Superman', 'Misfits' with vintage chestnuts 'David Watts', 'Victoria', 'Stop your Sobbing'. The Kinks' live albums present a compelling portrait of the band across the decades, and this one stands up nicely alongside both Live Kinks and Everybody's In Showbiz. Ray and Dave Davies are in fine form, and the set shows bow the Kinks have influenced modern music. Any fan of the movies will appreciate Celluloid Heroes. The Hard Way 2:42 3. .