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The Kinks, 1969 - Arthur or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire [LP]

Добавил санди 10.01.2017 в 21:39
Style: Pop Rock / Classic Rock
Country: United Kingdom
Format: WAV
Size: 511 Mb

Artwork Included

Original US LP  Pye Records ‎– NSPL 18317

Tracks Listing:
A1 Victoria 3:43
A2 Yes Sir, No Sir 3:51
A3 Some Mother's Son 3:29
A4 Drivin' 3:25
A5 Brainwashed 2:38
A6 Australia 6:50
B1 Shangri-La 5:24
B2 Mr. Churchill Says 4:48
B3 She's Bought A Hat Like Princess Marina 3:13
B4 Young And Innocent Days 3:26
B5 Nothing To Say 3:12
B6 Arthur 5:34

Companies, etc.
Recorded At – Pye Studios
Distributed By – Pye Records
Printed By – Garrod & Lofthouse
Mastered At – Pye Studios

Credits:
Arranged By, Art Direction – The Kinks
Conductor [Brass, Strings] – Lew Warburton
Design, Artwork By – Bob Lawrie
Engineer – Andrew Hendriksen*
Engineer – Brian Humphries (track A4)
Liner Notes – Geoffrey Cannon
Liner Notes, Text By [Original Story Of Arthur] – Julian Mitchell
Mastered By – ✳T
Performer – Dave Davies, John Dalton, Mick Avory
Performer, Producer, Written-By, Text By [Original Story Of Arthur] – Ray Davies

Notes:

℗ 1969.
Recorded at Pye Studios, London.
Commissioned by Granada Television Ltd., London.
Distributed by Pye Records (Sales) Ltd.
Printed and made by Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd.

Catalog numbers:
NPL 18317 - on backcover and spine (same cover as mono version but stickered by NSPL-prefix on back cover).
NSPL 18317 - on center labels.

Released on a black and blue PYE label.
Gatefold Unipak cover.
Issued with "Queen Victoria" insert.


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санди
10.01.2017 в 22:44 | материал - Ответить
'Arthur (Or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire)' is the seventh studio album by The Kinks, released in October 1969. Kinks frontman Ray Davies constructed the concept album as the soundtrack to a Granada Television play and developed the storyline with novelist Julian Mitchell; however, the television programme was cancelled and never produced. The rough plot revolved around Arthur Morgan, a carpet-layer, who was based on Ray Davies' brother-in-law Arthur Anning.

'Arthur...' was met with almost unanimous acclaim upon release. It received generous coverage in the US rock press, with articles running in underground magazines such as Fusion and The Village Voice. It garnered back-to-back reviews by Mike Daly and Greil Marcus in Rolling Stone magazine's lead section; Daly rated it as "the Kinks' finest hour", and Marcus went so far as to call it "the best British album of 1969". Reviews in the UK were also positive. Although it received a mixed review in New Musical Express, Disc & Music Echo praised the album's musical integrity, and Melody Maker called it "Ray Davies' finest hour... beautifully British to the core".

The album, although not very successful commercially, was a return to the charts in the US for The Kinks. The album itself reached number 50 on the Record World charts, and number 105 on Billboard, their highest position since 1965. It failed to chart in Britain. (Discogs)

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