The Great Lost Kinks Album is a 1973 LP of mostly unreleased material issued by Reprise Records after The Kinks had moved to RCA. The tracks were recorded between 1966 and 1970 and master tapes were shipped to the US Reprise Label in the early 1970s to fulfil contractual obligations with that label. Kinks leader and songwriter, Ray Davies, intended most of the songs to remain unreleased "collateral" tracks for Reprise
This song is by The Kinks and appear. n the album Think Visual (1986). on the live album Live: The Road (1988). on the Compilation album Lost & Found 1986-89 (1991). Waiting for the hurricaneTo hit New York CitySomebody said it's hit the bayThis is the nitty gritty. And all the bag ladiesBetter put their acts togetherWe're near the eye of the stormThis is really heavy weather.
The Kinks Album Guide. An overview of one of rock & roll’s most gloriously weird songbooks. What happened to us? Lost and Found swipes its guitar flutters straight from The Boy With The Thorn In His Side. It might have made a graceful goodbye single-yet astoundingly, the band limped on for another decade. Keeper Kuts: Things Are Gonna Change (The Morning After) on Other People’s Lives (2007). After the band split, Ray moved to America, got shot by a New Orleans mugger in 2004, got knighted and battled Dave in the press
The title of this album refers to the fact that in early 1969 Reprise was about to release a Kinks album that they knew as RS 6309 and that the public would know as Four More Respected Gentlemen. For reasons not known by your kronikler; that album was never released, and came to be known by the name we've given this one, although this one Is not RS 6309 (several selections of which were included on The Village Green Preservation Society, but rather a collection of erica tracks from a whole buncha different places. By no exertion of the imagination are the present onstage Kinks above reproach.
Lost And Found is found on the album Road. Found on more albums: Think Visual Lost & Found (1986-89) You Really Got Me: The Very Best of the Kinks Golden Years. The Kinks – Lost And Found. Lost and found, just in time With the hurricane crossing the coast line. Lyrics submitted by ballendai. Lost and Found" as written by John Matthews Andrew Couzens. Lost And Found song meanings.
The Great Lost Kinks Album on The Kinksin vuonna 1973 julkaistu kokoelma-albumi. Materiaali koostuu sta kappaleista sekä muista harvinaisuuksista vuosilta 1966–1970. Kaikki kappaleet kirjoittanut Ray Davies, ellei toisin mainita. Til Death Do Us Part – . 2. There Is No Life Without Love – . 5 (säv. Mister Songbird – . 4. When I Turn off the Living Room Light – . 7.
Listen free to The Kinks – The Great Lost Kinks Album (Til Death do Us Part, There Is No Life Without Love and more).
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- Distributed By – Polygram Musik Vertrieb
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – London Records Ltd.
- Produced At – Konk Studios
- Published By – Davray
- Published By – Carlin
- Producer, Written-By – Ray Davies
NotesProduced at Konk Studios.
℗ 1987 London Records Ltd.
Made in Germany
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 042288613973
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Label Code: LC 0270
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|LON 132, 886 138-7||The Kinks||Lost And Found (7", Single)||London Records, London Records||LON 132, 886 138-7||UK||1987|
|LONX 132||The Kinks||Lost & Found (12", Maxi, Adv)||London Records||LONX 132||UK||1987|
|886 139-7||The Kinks||Lost And Found (7", Single)||London Records||886 139-7||Netherlands||1987|
|886 139-7||The Kinks||Lost And Found (7", Single)||London Records||886 139-7||Spain||1987|