Well Respected Kinks [BMG Special Products]by The Kinks
This is the CD version of the Marble Arch LP released in 1966, and consists of several of the Kinks' hits from 1964 and 1965. The expected tracks are here -- "A Well Respected Man," "Where Have All the Good Times Gone," "All Day and All of the Night," and "You Really Got Me" -- but so are a couple of lesser known gems: "Don't You Fret" and "Wait Till the Summer Comes Along." Given the Kinks' prolific output and steady chart presence during their early years, this collection merely serves as a sampling of their notable cuts from that period. But if you're simply looking for a few of their biggest hits at a budget price, this disc serves its purpose well.
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The Kinks are one of those not so known but very importan bands. And this album it´s an excelent compilation of their first years, with all the songs you must hear (you really got me, well respected man, gotta move, etc.). I urge you to get this album!