Category: Rock

You Really Got Me - The Kinks - Shape Of Things To Come (Vinyl, LP)


  1. You Really Got Me, an Album by The Kinks. Released 25 November on Reprise (catalog no. RS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Rock & Roll, Garage Rock, Pop Rock.
  2. released by Reprise in the United States as "You Really Got Me". And, as was the habit in those days, the British pressing offered several songs which were not contained on their U.S. LP counterpart (they are included on this CD). The second title, "Kinda Kinks," from , was identical on both sides of the.
  3. If you own a copy of this album, and if you know anything about the production thechniques employed by Shel Talmy on the Kinks' behalf, (I'm sure that Pye records was responsible too) then you know that "You Really Got Me" was recorded in something far less than resembling perfect conditions/5(3).
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  5. Most of the data presented here is from the book You Really Got Me: An Illustrated World Discography of the Kinks, and is used with kind permision of the author, Doug Hinman. Type: (all types) Regular release Compilation Bootleg Promotional Dave Davies solo release Ray Davies solo release Tribute album Non-Kinks release Reissue Other.
  6. But, the reason I am adding words to this space is because, as you may have noticed, this version of The Kinks box set, "The Anthology," also contains a 7" (vinyl) single ("You Really Got Me" b/w "Milkcow Blues" - both recorded live at Twickenham Television Studios and were previously unreleased at the time this set was released in the UK)/5().
  7. You Really Got Me, an Album by The Kinks. Released in on Rhino (catalog no. R1 ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Rock & Roll, Garage Rock, Pop Rock.
  8. Dec 18,  · You can trace all things loud and riff-y right back to the Kinks' Dave Davies, starting with the fantastically simple power chords of "You Really Got Me," which he recorded at age 17 – setting.
  9. They then remake a rock classic, the Kinks, "You Really Got Me," which rockers will certainly recognize their old favorite dressed up in new clothes as Van Halen performs it. Most of the rest of the album has become classic rock standard repertoire with songs including "Ain't Talking About Love," "Jamie's Crying," "Feel Your Love," "Little /5().

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