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  1. About this article. Kinks In My Head Part 1 by Lennart Persson was published in March in the music fanzine Larm (Swedish for “noise”) # 7 as the first part of two in a thorough review of The Kink’s record release. To many, including us, this article has made a compass in how to view and appreciate The Kinks’ (including Dave Davies’) early (–72) production.
  2. Dave Davies - Creeping Jean (Stereo) Lyrics. You're not leaving so descreet, Just creeping out on me. Your dizzy head, and smoky eyes, You'll find some other's bed to sleep. So don't lo.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Rainy Day In June on Discogs. Label: Meta Media Records - MM 07 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Dave Davies - Rainy Day In June (, CD) | Discogs.
  4. Oct 10,  · Dave did confirm reports he is working on new Kinks music with his brother Ray Davies and Kinks drummer Mick Avory and hopes that might see the light of day .
  5. A Hole in the Sock of Dave Davies refers to an unreleased album of solo material by Dave Davies, lead guitarist and co-founder of British rock band the Kinks. Apparently the album was, at least for a time, intended to be released under the name Lincoln County, however, numerous names have been applied to it, including The Album That Never Was.
  6. Arthur (Or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire), often referred to as just Arthur, is the seventh studio album by English rock band the Kinks, released in October Kinks frontman Ray Davies constructed the concept album as the soundtrack to a Granada Television play and developed the storyline with novelist Julian Mitchell; the television programme was never produced.
  7. Listen to your favorite songs from Dave Davies. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now. Rainy Day in June. Creeping Jean (Stereo) [ Remastered Version] Dave Davies.
  8. Aug 12,  · Dave Davies:: Creeping Jean () During a period when the Kinks commercial stock was at a particular low ebb, both Ray and Dave Davies were experiencing songwriting and performing peaks that, while appreciated early on by a core group of kult fans, saw greater acknowledgment with time influencing several generations of artists and writers.