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  1. Sep 14,  · Down All the Days (Till ) (also/only available on vinyl)-You Really Got Me (live from same source as The Road)--I'm not sure if this actually exists on CD. Dave Emlen says it does, but the only CD of Down All the Days I've been able to find any info on only contains two edits of the titular track, and not You Really Got Me, though I have found info of this release as both a 7" and
  2. CD Issue. Mick Avory Dave Davies Ray Davies Peter Quaife Producer: Drums Guitar, Vocals Vocals, Guitar Bass, Backing Vocals Shel Talmy. Recorded live at The Kelvin Hall, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland on 1 April Released in USA as The Live Kinks.
  3. Money Talks Lyrics: Sung by Flash, Floosies and Spivs: / Show me a man who says he can live without bread / And I'll show you a man who's a liar and in debt / There's no one alive who can't be.
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  5. The Kinks (–; present) are an English pop-rock group that came out of the British R&B scene of the early s. Formed in Muswell Hill, North London, by brothers Ray Davies and Dave Davies in and categorised in the United States as a "British Invasion" band, the Kinks are recognised as one of the most important and influential rock groups of the era.
  6. "Money Talks" is a song by the British rock band The Kinks. Written by Ray Davies, the song appeared on the band's critically panned album, Preservation Act 2. Lyrics. The lyrics of "Money Talks" are part of the story-line of Preservation Act 2. As described by author Andrew Hickey, the track is "just a description of Flash's 'philosophy Format: 7" single 45 RPM.

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