Kinks, the
The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society

  1 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm     MONO Red vinyl= LIMITED= REMASTERE 

2018EU anniversary reissue on 180g LP=The Kinks are recognized as one of the most important and influential British groups of all time. The overarching concept of Village Green Preservation Society is nostalgia and now that many of the things Ray feared .

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Release date: 19-12-2014 (originally released in 1968)

2014 EU reissue on 180g LP =mono=-The Kinks are recognized as one of the most important and influential British groups of all time. The overarching concept of Village Green Preservation Society is nostalgia and now that many of the things Ray feared would disappear have actually vanished, the truth and clarity of his vision is that much more apparent. The album was initially overlooked by the British record-buying public. Fortunately, subsequent years have seen it grow in stature and it’s now recognized as one of the most important British albums ever released.

Tracks:
A1 The Village Green Preservation Society
A2 Do You Remember Walter?
A3 Picture Book
A4 Johnny Thunder
A5 Last Of The Steam-Powered Trains
A6 Big Sky
A7 Sitting By The Riverside

B1 Animal Farm
B2 Village Green
B3 Starstruck
B4 Phenomenal Cat
B5 All Of My Friends Were There
B6 Wicked Annabella
B7 Monica
B8 People Take Pictures Of Each Other

The Kinks are recognized as one of the most important and influential British groups of all time, with millions of record sales and countless awards and accolades to their name. From their explosive beginnings as part of the British Beat movement to forays into concept albums, stadium rock and acoustic balladeering, The Kinks have left an unimpeachable legacy of classic songs, many of which form the building blocks of popular music as we know it today.

With most UK bands looking to America’s burgeoning flower power revolution for inspiration, Ray Davies looked no further than his back garden for the band's 1968 concept album Village Green Preservation Society. On the landmark album Ray developed the major themes of his work, a lament for the traditions of a near-mythical England lost among modernity.

The overarching concept of Village Green Preservation Society is nostalgia and now that many of the things Ray feared would disappear have actually vanished, the truth and clarity of his vision is that much more apparent. The album was initially overlooked by the British record-buying public. Fortunately, subsequent years have seen it grow in stature and it’s now recognized as one of the most important British albums ever released.

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Extra info: MONO Red vinyl= LIMITED= REMASTERE
Label: sony
Originally released: 1968
This release: 2014
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