Backtrackin’, Volume Two – The Kinks



Backtrackin’, Volume Two – The Kinks is a compilation album that features some of the best songs from the legendary British rock band The Kinks. The album covers the period from 1967 to 1971, when the band experimented with various musical styles and genres, from folk rock to music hall to hard rock. The album includes classics such as Waterloo Sunset, Lola, Victoria and Apeman, as well as lesser-known gems like Autumn Almanac, Shangri-La and Strangers. The album showcases the brilliant songwriting of Ray Davies, who captured the essence of English culture and society with his witty and nostalgic lyrics. The album also demonstrates the musical versatility of Dave Davies, who played lead guitar and sang on some of the tracks, as well as the solid rhythm section of Mick Avory on drums and Pete Quaife or John Dalton on bass. Backtrackin’, Volume Two – The Kinks is a must-have for any fan of The Kinks or anyone who appreciates classic rock music.

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