The Kinks Celebrate 50th with 5-Disc Box Set / The Anthology 1964-1971 Out December 16 in the U.S.
100+ Song Collection Features Remastered Pye Label Era Classics Alongside More Than Two Dozen Previously Unreleased Recordings.
September 10th 1964, some 50 years ago, The Kinks had their first number one with the classic ‘You Really Got Me’ and the rest is rock n roll history.
To celebrate this momentous occasion, a must-have 5-disc box set spanning the peerless output from that landmark year through 1971 will see a December 16 U.S. release via BMG/InGrooves.
‘The Anthology 1964-1971’ features over 100 songs across 5 CDs, the most comprehensive collection of The Kinks seminal 1960s and early 1970s Pye label recordings ever released. Newly remastered, the box set features rare demos, interviews, alternate mixes, session outtakes, 25 previously unavailable tracks, and extensive liner notes all in a beautiful box set.
This essential release includes many timeless gems including ‘You Really Got Me’, ‘Stop Your Sobbing’, ‘All Day And All of the Night’, ‘Till The End of The Day’, ‘A Well Respected Man’, ‘Sunny Afternoon’, ‘Dead End Street’, ‘Waterloo Sunset’, ‘David Watts’, ‘Autumn Almanac’, ‘Days’, ‘Picture Book’ and ‘The Village Green Preservation Society’.