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Come On Now - The Kinks - Live At The Kelvin Hall (CD, Album)

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  1. The album was first released in America in August as The Live Kinks on Reprise Records and in the UK edition titled Live at Kelvin Hall released about four months later on Pie Records. This is the first entire Kinks album to be produced by Ray Davies/5(19).
  2. May 19,  · I voted for Live: The Road as its got little love to date and is a good single disk live album at just after their commercial peak, but still strong (One More From The Road is actually a stronger album). Kelvin Hall is just something I don't enjoy hearing and To The Bone feels like a nostalgia show. The BBC box set is outstanding in all ways.
  3. The Kinks Live at Kelvin Hall, an Album by The Kinks. Released 17 September on Castle (catalog no. CMTCD; CD). Genres: Pop Rock, Mod.
  4. Jul 22,  · It is called "Kinks Live at the Kelvin Hall", catalogue numbetr CVPV 76 , publiseh in France by Vogue. There is a track B4d entitled "Milk Cow Blues" (+ B4a "Milk Cow Blues"). The cover is a photo of the band which seems to be called "The Clock's Sleeve"/5().
  5. Sep 28,  · Sony are to issue The Mono Collection, a 10LP Kinks vinyl box set that packages the band’s first eight albums in mono and comes complete with a ‘bonus’ double LP This set includes Live At Kelvin Hall (aka Live Kinks) album and comes with a bonus double LP compilation The Kinks (aka The Black Album) which adds up to ten vinyl records. In addition The Mono Collection includes a.
  6. Live at kelvin Hall, an Album by The Kinks. Released in on PRT (catalog no. ). Genres: Pop Rock, Mod.
  7. Label: PRT - CDMP • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Mod Recorded in Glasgow, Scotland, while the Kinks were on tour inLive at Kelvin Hall aka The Kinks - Live At The Kelvin Hall Live Kinks has the distinction of being the only undoctored concert recording of a British Invasion band at the peak of its popularity.
  8. Live at Kelvin Hall is a /68 live album by British rock group the Kinks. It was recorded at Kelvin Hall in Glasgow, Scotland, in early The album was released in August in the US (as The Live Kinks), and January in the UK. Live at Kelvin Hall received mixed reviews upon release, and sold poorly. The album was first re-released on CD in