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How Do I Get Close & Dave Davies - Ray Davies - Jive In The UK (CD)

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  1. Tugul says:
    "Shangri-La" is a song written by Ray Davies of the Kinks. The song appeared on the concept album, Arthur (Or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire). The song's inspiration can be traced back to when the band visited the Davies brothers' sister, Rose, and her family in Australia, the "designed community" that the family lived in serving as the initial lyrical inspiration.
  2. Kajit says:
    "How Do I Get Close" is a song released by the British rock group, the Kinks. Released on the band's critically panned LP, UK Jive, the song was written by the band's main songwriter, Ray Davies. Release and reception "How Do I Get Close" was first released on the Kinks' album UK Jive. UK Jive failed to make an impression on fans and critics alike, as the album failed to chart in the UK and.
  3. Yozshunris says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Jive In The UK on Discogs.
  4. Gardajas says:
    How Do I Get Close: A3: UK Jive: A4: Now And Then: A5: What Are We Doing: B1: Entertainment: B2: War Is Over: B3: Down All The Days (Till ) B4: Loony Balloon: B5: Dear Margaret Written-By – Dave Davies/5(23).
  5. Mikalkis says:
    How Do I Get Close Lyrics: Living in a world where the flesh is cheap / Body touches body but it's only skin deep / I can hold you in my arms every time that you weep / But we've lost that.
  6. Vihn says:
    Mar 30,  · [Stereo feed] Brief report on The Kinks and touring colleges in the US, during Spring of Interview segment features discussion of "UK Jive", and more, with Ray & Dave Davies .
  7. Samuzil says:
    The most toxic feud in rock music is the long-standing acrimony between brothers Ray (right) and Dave Davies (left), better known as founder members of The Kinks Ray — knighted in the New Year.
  8. Nikok says:
    Disc has another Gat # DIDY , its missing in this release UK Jive, its probably for DIDX Code. Produced by Ray Davies (track ) and Dave Davies (track 11 and 12) Composed by Ray Davies (track ) and Dave Davies () Recorded at Konk Studios, London. Bonus tracks #11 &

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