The Kinks Album Reviews

An ever-growing, in-depth collection of album reviews showcasing the work of The Kinks.
blgkinksstKinks (1964) blgkindakinksKinda Kinks (1965) blgkinkkontroThe Kink Controversy (1965)
ftfFace To Face (1966) something elseSomething Else By The Kinks (1967) The_Kinks_Are_The_Village_Green_Preservation_SocietyThe Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society (1968)
arthurArthur (Or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire) (1969) lola_powermanLola versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One (1970) blgkinkspercyPercy (coming soon)
muswellMuswell Hillbillies (1971) showbizEverybody’s in Show-Biz (1972) kinksactiPreservation: Act 1 (1973)
PA2Preservation: Act 2 (1974) blgkinkssoA Soap Opera (1975) blgschoolboysSchoolboys In Disgrace (1975)
blgknksslpwlkrSleepwalker (1977) blgkinksmisfitsMisfits (1978) blgkinkslowbudgetLow Budget (1979)


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4 thoughts on “The Kinks Album Reviews

  1. It’s only a quick three questions…
    1. When is your next Kinks review likely to appear?
    2. Is there any Who albums you’re likely to review?
    3. Is there any Stones albums you’re likely to review?

  2. Hi Dave. In order:

    1. If all goes well, within the next two weeks.
    2. Not soon, but eventually. I’d prefer to have a deep bench over a wide one.
    3. See #2, although I’ll probably do a one-off on EXILE ON MAIN ST before I start really delving into the catalog. That’s one album I will never get enough of.

  3. I like this record. And I have the idea that Morning Song is similar in some way to Lazy Moon, that beautiful song interpreted by Oliver Hardy in Pardon Us. And for the the people busy in ecological issues, this record is very important. Whit it, The Kinks were vanguardists in the society. Something that all the music critics don’t take in acount.

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