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8 thoughts on “ This Is Where I Belong - The Kinks - Face To Face (CD, Album) ”

  1. This Is Where I Belong Lyrics: I can't think of a place I'd rather be / The whole wide world doesn't mean so much to me / For this is where I belong / Oh, this is where I belong / Tell me now if.
  2. Tracks released as Face To Face - Pye NPL (mono) on 28 Oct. (first time released in mono on CD) Track 13 (Sunny Afternoon) first released as A-side to Pye single 7N (mono) on 3 June Track 15 (I'm Not Like Everybody Else) released as B /5(48).
  3. 12" vinyl LP (album), 33 1/3 RPM: The EP Collection Volume Two: 18 Nov, UK: See For Miles SEECD CD: The Best And Kollektable Kinks: 16 Dec, Japan: Victor Entertainment, Inc. VICP CD: Face To Face: 30 Mar, UK: Essential/Castle Communications ESM CD CD: The EP Collection 2: 1 Aug, UK: Castle Music/Sanctuary.
  4. Face to Face. London was swinging in The papers said so. England won the World Cup at Wembley. Records by The Stones, The Beatles, and The Who were defining the epoch. The working man had fresh voice in a newly elected Labour government. Yet, Britain was a nation segregated by class and monetary divisions; a country of have’s and have.
  5. Face to Face is without a doubt a step away from the Kinks' earlier more reckless approach to rock n' roll songwriting. The guys were pop rock now, on the cusp of progressive pop rock, maintaing an edge though that made The Kinks The Kinks. The boys were becoming real songwriters now.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Paper Sleeve CD release of Face To Face on Discogs. Label: Sanctuary Records - UICY/9 • Format: 2x, CD Album, Reissue, Remastered Paper Sleeve • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Beat, Rock & Roll, Garage Rock/5(2).
  7. Jan 16,  · In this video I review the Kinks album from album Face To Face. I show the vinyl and review every song on the album.
  8. Just to add some confusion to the story, the remastered CD of 's excellent Face to Face album contains, as an unreleased bonus track, an instrumental backing track called Little Women, that is smothered in Mellotron flutes and strings, though I've no idea who, why or anything else. It's a fine album, anyway, containing gems such as Session.

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