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|2. Yes Sir, No Sir|
|3. Some Mother's Son|
|8. Mr. Churchill Says|
|9. She Bought A Hat Like Princess Marina|
|10. Young & Innocent Days|
|11. Nothing To Say|
This song floors me just like the rest of the album.
It is an uncompromising triumph of British rock music from 1969 that has been and will remain among the best of the Kinks' albums and vibrant for decades to come.
All in all, a truly fantastic Kinks album--- a must have for any fan of 60s music, classic/English rock, or Kinks fan!
Usually don't write reviews since I didn't expect much from this movie, I thought that I should. Very pleasantly surprised. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Ron Winters
All Three Arther.Face to Face & Lola all rank as the strongest releases in my mind! I wish I still had my recordsPublished 1 month ago by Dexter Hutton
Nothing like the Kinks old material in crisp stereo. A very good re-mastering job here. One for the ages!Published 3 months ago by Larry M
This WAS the first so called "rock opera." It is a staggering accomplishment - a Ray Davies masterpiece. Read morePublished 4 months ago by one humble opinion
Quite possibly the best Kinks album made! Not sure why it's not more readily available and not a digital download. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bob
The Kinks released a series a excellent records between 1967-1971 [The Village Green Preservation Society, Arthur, Lola Vs Powerman & the Moneygoround, and Muswell Hillbillies],... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Robert W. Fish
A masterwork, the pick of the creativity of the group and especially of the Ray Davies. Superb performance of the instruments and a great concept of the lyrics. Read morePublished 6 months ago by JESUS NAVA RAMOS