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The Kinks - Preservation Act 1 (1973) [SHM-CD] Lossless

17-11-2013, 15:08
Rock | FLAC / APE



The Kinks - Preservation Act 1 (1973) [SHM-CD] Lossless

Artist: The Kinks
Title Of Album: Preservation Act 1
Country: Made in Japan
Label: Universal Music Japan
Cat. #: UICY-25358
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll
Year Of Release / Remastered / Reissue: 1973 / 2010 / 2013
Quality: Lossless (FLAC, image, cue, auCDtect log, full artwork)
Total Size: 363 Mb (+5%)
Total Time: 00:47:04

Ray Davies: guitar, vocals
Dave Davies: lead guitar, vocals
Mick Avory: drums
John Gosling: bass guitar
Alan Holmes: baritone sax, clarinet
Laurie Brown: trumpet, flute, tenor sax
John Beecham: trombone, tuba
Stanley Myers: string arrangement on "Morning Song"

Other Singers:
Krysia Kocjan, Sue Brown, Pamela Travis, Lewis Rich, Lee Pavey

All words and music written by Raymond Douglas Davies
Published by Davray Music Ltd. [BMI], 1973

Preservation Act 1 originally released November 16, 1973 in the US, on RCA Victor LPL1-5002 and in the UK, on RCA Victor SF 8392.
Produced and arranged by Raymond Douglas Davies
Engineered by Dave Davies & Roger Beale

All tracks Remastered by Bob Ludwig
At Gateway Mastering, Portland, Me, 1998

Tracklist:
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01. Preservation (Single / Bonus Track) [3:39]
02. Morning Song [2:00]
03. Daylight [3:20]
04. Sweet Lady Genevieve [3:27]
05. There's A Change In The Weather [3:00]
06. Where Are They Now [3:28]
07. One Of The Survivors [4:31]
08. Cricket [2:56]
09. Money & Corruption [6:02]
10. Here Comes Flash [2:41]
11. Sitting In The Midday Sun [3:48]
12. Demolition [4:07]
13. One Of The Survivors (Single Edit / Bonus Track) [4:06]
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℗ & В© 2010 • Kinks Properties Limited




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