The Kinks, Ray Davies - Double Feature : Return To Waterloo - Come Dancing With The Kinks FLAC album
Title: Double Feature : Return To Waterloo - Come Dancing With The Kinks
Style: Rock & Roll, Classic Rock, Beat, Pop Rock
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THE KINKS Return To Waterloo, Come Dancing (2004 UK Region-0 PAL DVD comprising of 2 films including 'Return To Waterloo' written & directed by Ray Davies featuring the story of 'The Traveller' told through music & lyrics instead of dialogue with previously unreleased songs leading us on a journey plus 'Come Dancing With The Kinks' combining live performances of classics hits such as 'Lola' &. You Really Got Me' with conceptual videos for later hits directed by Julien Temple!) PAL Region-0.
Don't Forget To Dance. You Really Got Me (Live).
The Kinks are an English rock band formed in Muswell Hill, North London, in 1964 by brothers Ray and Dave Davies. They are regarded as one of the most influential rock bands of the 1960s. The band emerged during the height of British rhythm and blues and Merseybeat, and were briefly part of the British Invasion of the United States until their touring ban in 1965 (as a result of constant fighting between the brothers)
Ray Davies of the Kinks, well respected as one of rock's best storytellers, makes his film-making debut as director, writer and composer of RETURN TO WATERLOO. This hour-long feature is a unique approach to the synthesis of music, video and cinema. Instead of dialogue, the story is told through music and lyrics.
Come Dancing" is a 1982 song written by Ray Davies and performed by British rock group the Kinks on their 1983 album State of Confusion. The song was inspired by Davies' memories of his older sister, Rene, who died of a heart attack while dancing at a dance hall. The lyrics, sung from the perspective of an "East End barrow boy," are about the boy's sister going on dates at a local Palais dance hall.
Ray Davies, leader of the group The Kinks and one of the most well-respected songwriters in the history of British rock, made his directorial debut with this film produced for British television. A man (played by Kenneth Colley) boards a commuter train and reads his newspaper, glancing at a story in which a man who looks just like him is wanted for a brutal rape. As the miles roll by, he wonders about the fate of his missing daughter (Dominique Barnes) and the sad state of his relationship with his wife (Valerie Holliman).
Ray Davies wrote this nostalgic song about his older sisters, who loved to dance. The song describes how guys would take them out dancing, only to be frustrated at the end of the night when all they would get for their efforts (and money) was a kiss on the cheek. Davies had six older sisters (and one younger brother: his Kinks bandmate Dave). He says is was an abusive and unhappy marriage, and Rene would often return to the childhood home in Muswell Hill for visits. One of these visits took place in 1957 when Ray turned 13. For his birthday, Rene bought him his first guitar: a Spanish guitar he wanted. The song became a staple of Kinks live performances, and song Ray Davies really connected with. He said that of all the songs he's written "Come Dancing" is the lyrics he's most proud of. Clive Davis, the president of Arista Records, disagreed with Davies' choice of this as the album's single.
The Kinks reached their peak of success with 1983's Come Dancing, one of many hits they had during their '70s/'80s Arista years. Disc: 1. 1. Come Dancing. 3. Catch Me Now I'm Falling. 2 people found this helpful. The Kinks have always excelled in bringing witty little 'slices of life' to their tunes, in a way we didn't see until the earlier Squeeze records.
|1-1||–Ray Davies||Return To Waterloo|
|1-2||–Ray Davies||The Rapist|
|1-3||–Ray Davies||Ladder Of Succes|
|1-4||–Ray Davies||Going Solo|
|1-5||–Ray Davies||Missing Persons|
|1-6||–Ray Davies||Sold Me Out|
|1-7||–Ray Davies||Lonely Hearts|
|1-8||–Ray Davies||Not Far Away|
|1-9||–Ray Davies||Dreaming Of Reality|
|1-11||–Ray Davies||Return To Waterloo - Reprise|
|1-12||–Ray Davies||End Credits|
|1-13||–The Kinks||Come Dancing|
|1-15||–The Kinks||Lola (Live)|
|1-16||–The Kinks||State Of Confusion|
|1-17||–The Kinks||Don't Forget To Dance|
|1-18||–The Kinks||You Really Got Me (Live)|
|1-19||–The Kinks||Do It Again|
|1-20||–The Kinks||Celluloid Heroes (Live)|
NotesColor/Total Program Running Time: 95 Minutes
THE KINKS Return To Waterloo / Come Dancing (2004 UK Region-0 PAL DVD comprising of 2 films including 'Return To Waterloo' written & directed by Ray Davies featuring the story of 'The Traveller' told through music & lyrics instead of dialogue with previously unreleased songs leading us on a journey plus 'Come Dancing With The Kinks' combining live performances of classics hits such as 'Lola' & 'You Really Got Me' with conceptual videos for later hits directed by Julien Temple!)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5034504942172
- Other: Region-0
|ID4705LYDVD||The Kinks, Ray Davies||The Kinks, Ray Davies - Double Feature - Return To Waterloo / Come Dancing With The Kinks (DVD, Comp, NTSC)||Image Entertainment, Lightyear Entertainment||ID4705LYDVD||US||1999|
|3022079, EREDV421||The Kinks, Ray Davies||The Kinks, Ray Davies - Double Feature - Return To Waterloo / Come Dancing With The Kinks (DVD, Comp, PAL)||Eagle Vision, Universal||3022079, EREDV421||France||1999|
|EREDV421||Ray Davies||Return To Waterloo / Come Dancing With The Kinks (DVD)||Lightyears Music Ltd.||EREDV421||UK||2004|
|DAVID0261||Ray Davies / The Kinks||Ray Davies / The Kinks - Return To Waterloo / Come Dancing With The Kinks (DVD, Comp, PAL, Dol)||Eagle Vision||DAVID0261||Australia & New Zealand||Unknown|