Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Low Budget · The Kinks Come Dancing with the Kinks (The Best of the Kinks 1977-1986) ℗ 1979 Kinks Properties Limited under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment Composer, Lyricist, Producer: Raymond Douglas Davies Guitar, Keyboards, Vocal: Ray Davies Guitar, Vocal: Dave Davies Drums: Mick Avory Bass: Jim Rodford Auto-generated by YouTube.
Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment 20th Century Man · The Kinks Muswell Hillbillies ℗ 1971 Kinks Properties Limited under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment Composer, Lyricist, Producer: Raymond Douglas Davies Guitar, Keyboards, Vocal: Ray Davies Guitar, Vocal: Dave Davies Drums: Mick Avory Bass: John Dalton Accordion, Keyboards: John Gosling Engineer: Mike Bobak Engineer: Roger Quested Engineer: Martin Levan Engineer: Barry Hammond Engineer: Gregg Jackman Engineer: Mike Butcher Auto-generated by YouTube.
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Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment All Day and All of the Night (Live at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ - March 1979) · The Kinks One for the Road (Live) ℗ 1980 Kinks Properties Limited under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment Composer, Lyricist, Producer: Raymond Douglas Davies Guitar, Vocal: Ray Davies Background Vocal, Guitar: Dave Davies Drums: Mick Avory Background Vocal, Bass: Jim Rodford Background Vocal, Keyboards: Ian Gibbons Keyboards, Percussion: Nick Newell Auto-generated by YouTube.
Album - Excitable Boy 1978 Warren Zevon - Vocals, Piano Waddy Wachtel - Guitar, Producer Mick Fleetwood - Drums John McVie - Bass Written by Warren Zevon, Waddy Wachtel, Leroy P. Marinell Video by Nina
Official video for Huey Lewis and The News song "Heart and Soul" from the album Sports. Buy It Here: http://smarturl.it/9hj9lq Like Huey Lewis and The News on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/hueylewisandthenews Follow Huey Lewis and The News on Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/Huey_Lewis_News Official Website: http://www.hueylewis.com/ For more music videos from Huey Lewis and The News: See Huey Lewis and The News on VEVO: http://www.vevo.com/artist/huey-lewis-and-the-news
Masters of Rock and Psychedelia - https://www.facebook.com/groups/444351265670091/# "The Guns of Brixton" is a song by The Clash on their third album, London Calling, released in 1979. It was written and sung by bassist Paul Simonon, who grew up in Brixton, south London. It has a strong reggae influence, reflecting the culture of the area, with a knowing nod to the classic reggae gangster film, The Harder They Come. A somewhat heavier, faster version than the one found on London Calling appeared on the live compilation From Here to Eternity: Live, released in 1999. The song pre-dates the race riots that took place in the 1980s in Brixton but the lyrics depict the feelings of discontent that were building due to heavy-handedness of the police that lead to the riots, the recession and other problems at that time.
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The only single released from the album was "La Grange"., but "Waitin' for the Bus" and "Jesus Just Left Chicago" are very popular and played as much as "La Grange", and since those two songs segue into each other, they are usually played together.