One for the Road songs Product Information
One for the Road album for sale by Kinks was released Sep 07, 2004 on the Velvel label. The second half of the '70s were a good time for The Kinks, as they had finally become a consistently successful draw in America. The live ONE FOR THE ROAD followed on the heels of LOW BUDGET, an album conceived by Ray Davies as a half-live and half-in-studio effort. If one song sums up the Davies brothers' contrasting personalities, it is ROAD's version of "All Day And All Of The Night." One for the Road CD music contains a single disc with 21 songs. ...See Full Description
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||Must have CD|
The Kinks rock on this live disc recorded at arguably the hight of their artistry. The prelude guitar solo for Celluloid Hero's alone is worth having this disc. I liked this one a whole lot in 1981 and still do to this day. Buy it!
By Greg (West Windsor, NJ, USA)
||The way rock should be.|
The Kinks were awesome. The CD shows their importance in the 60's British Invasion and their subsequent success. Lyrics, music, voice--it's the way rock should be but can never be reprised. Any fan of the movies will appreciate Celluloid Heroes. No collection is complete without this CD.
By strangeteacher (Stockton, CA)
||A suprising gem|
Didn't know much about this cd.... hadn't heard anything by the Kinks in a long while... ... been into live recordings lately and let me tell you this is a good one! From opening to finish, the singing is great, the playing is excellent and the showmanship is top notch.... a great live recording from a very underrated band.
By david (Tampa, Fla)
||This is how a live cd is supposed to sounce|
Can't say enough about this great live CD. It really does capture The Kinks at or near a live performing peak. Loved it in 1980, love it today. Along with all the other great definitive Kinks studio recordings this one is essential for capturing the hard rocking, live performance version of the band that never really got captured on record in their earlier glory years. Also, unlike the studio version of the band that was completely dominated by the songwriting brilliance of Ray Davies, this one captures the importance of Dave Davies in cultivating the "Kinks" sound. Very underrated guitar man that other Davies was. Theres a reason why The Who were trying to replicate that Kinks hard rock sound back in the early days and a lot of that can be attributed directly to Dave Davies and what he was able to accomplish.
By jeff (Milwaukee, WI)
||live kinks at their best|
after years of playing small auditoriums the lp "low budget" put the kinks where they were long overdue. in the top ten and into the arenas and stadiums. this sacd ( recorded during the "low budget" tour) is the kinks at their live best. old songs like "stop you sobbing" and "till the end of the day" get new life here as well as a kicking version of "20th century man" not forgetting great songs like "superman","lola" and "you really got me" this new sacd release really brings the live kinks experience into you home. crank this one up!
By geormarin (philadelphia.pa. u.s.a.)
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One for the Road songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6753706|
|Release Date||Sep 07, 2004|
|Engineer||Arnie Rosenberg; Mike Moran; Barry Ainsworth|
|Recording Time||71 minutes|
|Additional Info||Sacd Hybrid||