wolfgangsvault.com has a numbers of concerts from The Kinks, mostly from the period in 1972 when they were touring behind Muswell Hillbillies. There might be a couple from the tour supporting "Everybody's in Show Biz." They also have at least one from 1977. If you can find the LP verison of "The Kinks' Greatest Hits" from 1976, it has some excerpts from a Carnegie Hall concert that year. "Here Comes Yet Another Day" really cooks with a blazing solo from Dave. The CD version has more songs, but for some reason, they took the live cuts and the alternative mixes of "Twentieth Century Man" (true stereo), "One of the Survivors" (true stereo plus Dave singing "Johnny Thunder's" speech completely solo although the end is cut off some), and "Sitting by the Riverside (true stereo) and replaced them with the studio versions.
"One from the Road" from 1980 came out in both CD and VHS (later DVD) form. The Kinks were touring behind "Low Budget." I was disappointed that the DVD did not have any songs on it that were not also on the CD.
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