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Performer: Dave Davies
Genre: Rock
Title: Death Of A Clown
Country: UK
Released: 1967
Style: Pop Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1218 mb
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David Russell Gordon Davies (born 3 February 1947) is an English singer, songwriter and guitarist. He is the lead guitarist, backing (and occasional lead) singer for the English rock band The Kinks, which also featured his older brother Sir Ray Davies. In 2003, Davies was ranked 91st in Rolling Stone Magazine's list of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time".

A Hole in the Sock of Dave Davies refers to an unreleased album of solo material by Dave Davies, lead guitarist and co-founder of British rock band The Kinks.

Death of a Clown" is a song by Dave Davies, member of British rock group The Kinks, released as his debut solo single in 1967. The song was co-written with his brother Ray Davies, who contributed the 5-bar "La la la" hook; Ray's first wife, Rasa, sings this phrase as well as descant in the second verse, while Ray himself sings harmony in the refrain. Nicky Hopkins played the distinctive introduction, using fingerpicks on the strings of a piano.

Produced by Ray Davies & Shel Talmy. Album Something Else by the Kinks. Death of a Clown Lyrics. My makeup is dry and it clags on my chin I'm drowning my sorrows in whisky and gin The lion tamer's whip doesn't crack anymore The lions they won't fight and the tigers won't roar. la-la-la So let's all drink to the death of a clown Won't someone help me to break up this crown Let's all drink to the death of a clown Let's all drink to the death of a clown. la-la-la Let's all drink to the death of a clown So won't someone help me to break up this crown Let's all drink to the death of a clown -la-la-la Let's all drink to the death of a clown.

Ray Davies dismisses Death Of A Clown and the inspiration behind it in his autobiography, X-Ray, calling it a nominal attempt by Dave to become a respected married ma. ave was destined to remain a clown. Ray enjoyed introducing his brother on stage as Dave ‘Death Of A Clown’ Davies – like a sad one-hit wonder. That used to be really upsetting, Dave complains. Something that was a big event for me, and a shedding of a lot of things in my life, had become an instrument of ridicule. The Kinks split in 1996. Dave Davies’s solo career was again interrupted when he suffered a massive stroke in 2004. Now his second album in two years, Rippin’ Up Time, is out. The solo flowering he flinched from in 1967 has recommenced at last. Life doesn’t get any less weird, the older you get, he considers.

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Death of a Clown (Stereo). The old fortune teller lies dead on the floor Find more lyrics at ※ Mojim. com Nobody needs fortunes told.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A Death Of A Clown
Written-By – D. Davies*, R. D. Davies*
2:57
B Love Me Till The Sun Shines
Written-By – D. Davies*
3:10

Notes

Exist version with generic sleeve " Disques Vogue "

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  • Rights Society: BIEM

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
7N.17356 Dave Davies Death Of A Clown ‎(7", Single) Pye Records 7N.17356 UK 1967
0614 Dave Davies Death Of A Clown ‎(7", Single) Reprise Records 0614 US 1967
7N.17356 Dave Davies Death Of A Clown ‎(7", Single) Pye Records 7N.17356 Sweden 1967
7N.17356 Dave Davies Death Of A Clown ‎(7", Single) Pye Records 7N.17356 Ireland 1967
PY 161 Dave Davies Death Of A Clown ‎(7", Single, M/Print) Pye Records PY 161 South Africa 1967