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|1. Vietnam Cowboys (4:12)|
|2. You re Asking Me (3:22)|
|3. Working Man s Café (3:41)|
|4. Morphine Song (4:18)|
|5. In A Moment (4:29)|
|6. Peace In Our Time (4:39)|
|7. No One Listen (3:13)|
|8. Imaginary Man (4:09)|
|9. One More Time (4:28)|
|10. The Voodoo Walk (4:24)|
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|1. Americana A Work In Progress DVD. Filmed and directed by Ray Davies.|
His guitar tone is very Gretschy and gritty and his piercing solos are outstanding.
Working Man's Cafe is a testament that the genius that produced "Arthur" and "Village Green" is still very much with us.
After investing some time to give this CD a good solid listen all I could think was "Thank you, Ray."
I didn't even listen to this CD until 2010. I've long given up on my rock heroes of the 60's coming out
with anything great (Okay, Neil Young can still do it). Read more
'Morphine Song' is my favorite here.
Has to be one of his best ever solo works.
Listening to the lyrics, I can't help thing it's about his stay in a hospital after being... Read more
Straight into Rayville with Vietnam Cowboys. Always observing, always chronicling, ever commenting; he's king songwriter. Mr. Read morePublished on November 25, 2010 by OLD GUY.
Ray Davies is an extraordinary composer, lyricist and performer. This album has it all: great music with thoughtful lyrics. Read morePublished on September 29, 2009 by Sea Otter
If you're already a Kinks or Ray Davies fan, you don't need me to tell you that this is great music from one of our best composers. Read morePublished on October 20, 2008 by Mark Zimmerman
What can one say about a CD whose best track is the bonus "demo version" of the album's first song? I'll take the simplicity and purity of the demo version of Vietnam Cowboys over... Read morePublished on July 29, 2008 by Dewey
I know. You ALL gave the CD FIVE Stars. I have been as most of you have been a KINKS /RAY Davies fan since 1964. Read morePublished on July 5, 2008 by DICK YORK IS THE BETTER DICK
Fantastic. Ranks right up there with some of Ian Hunter's work over the last fifteen years: poignant, mature lyrics, instantly catchy riffs. There's not a throwaway track here. Read morePublished on July 5, 2008 by J. Huebner
It is gratifying to see that so many others hear what I am hearing with this record. As another who unashamedly admits to loving Ray Davies even though I find most of his... Read morePublished on May 29, 2008 by Wade Mcinnis