The Kinks - Muswell Hillbillies Legacy Edition

The Kinks - Muswell Hillbillies Legacy Edition

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Released in 1971, The Kinks' Muswell Hillbillies found the quintessentially British band painting a vivid portrait of working class life in North London, with a sonic palette that drew from turn-of-the-century British music hall and American country styles. Rolling Stone would call it Ray Davies' "signature statement" as a songwriter. This deluxe 2LP edition features the original album paired with a bonus vinyl disc of rarities and outtakes from the original album sessions as well as BBC sessions recorded for John Peel. Track List: SIDE ONE: 1."20th Century Man" (5:55) 2. "Acute Schizophrenia Paranoia Blues" (3:30) 3. "Holiday" (2:39) 4. "Skin And Bone" (3:38) 5. "Alcohol" (3:35) 6. "Complicated Life" (4:02) SIDE TWO: 7. "Here Come The People In Gray" (2:57) 8. "Have A Cuppa Tea" (3:43) 9. "Holloway Jail" (3:25) 10. "Oklahoma U.S.A." (2:38) 11. "Uncle Son" (2:30) 12. "Muswell Hillbilly" (4:56) SIDE THREE: 13. "Lavender Lane" (3:49) 14. "Mountain Woman" (3:09) 15. "Have A Cuppa Tea (alternate version)" (3:09) 16. "Uncle Son" (2:43) 17. "Kentucky Moon" (3:54) 18. "Nobody’s Fool (demo)" (2:36) SIDE FOUR: 19. "Acute Schizophrenia Paranoia Bues [BBC Peel Session]" (3:47) 20. "Holiday [BBC Peel Session]" (3:08) 21. "Skin And Bone [BBC Peel Session]" (2:34) 22. "20th Century Man (alternate instrumental take)" (3:02) 23. "Queenie (backing track)" (3:41) 24. "Muswell Hillbillies Radio Spot"

1. 20th Century Man
2. Acute Schizophrenia Paranoia Blues
3. Holiday
4. Skin and Bone
5. Alcohol
6. Complicated Life
1. Here Come the People in Gray
2. Have a Cuppa Tea
3. Holloway Jail
4. Oklahoma U.S.A.
5. Uncle Son
6. Muswell Hillbilly
1. Lavender Lane
2. Mountain Woman
3. Have a Cuppa Tea
4. Uncle Son
5. Kentucky Moon
6. Nobody's Fool
1. Acute Schizophrenia Paranoia Blues
2. Holiday
3. Skin and Bone
4. 20th Century Man
5. Queenie
6. Muswell Hillbillies Radio Spot

Product UPC: 888430972711

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