It’s a five-CD, 100-plus-song retrospective billed as the “most extensive” Kinks release of its kind, ever.
Like Led Zeppelin and Smashing Pumpkins, the Kinks are about to undergo a massive archival campaign.
Earlier this week, for a brief moment, Kinks fans had their hopes raised for a reunion… sort of.
We may be a bit closer to a Kinks reunion than we were a few days ago.
“MOJO is wrong. There will be NO Kinks reunion without BOTH Ray and Dave Davies. Ray Davies claims to have never said this.”
“I met Dave only last week to talk about getting back together again,” Ray Davies told the Sunday Times.
In a recent interview, Dave Davies said that to honor the 50th anniversary of their debut, the band might actually reunite for a tour. But we’ve all heard that before.
Like fellow folkies Dawes, Mumford & Sons seems to be one of the most predominant new acts to be name-checked by rock’s royalty. Let’s take a look at which other musical icons have endorsed Marcus Mumford and his mates.
Let’s take a look at this week’s albums, reissues and other musical goodies from classic artists making musical waves yet again.
Though the U.S. charts don’t show the same influence, the Olympics effect is out in full force on on the U.K. charts this week.