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Dave Davies Hits Tracklist. 1. Death of a Clown by The Kinks Lyrics. 2. Love Me Till the Sun Shines Lyrics. Death of a Clown Lyrics. About Dave Davies Hits.
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Open Road is an album by Dave Davies & Russ Davies, two musicians coming from different eras and backgrounds in music fusing their collective experience into a deeply honest and inspiring LP. Together they have crafted a beautiful pop rock album, bringing together their own personal history and experience into a molten expression of sentimental acoustic songs and anthemic rock hits. If Dave was owed respect before, he deserves even more after this album. SPILL MAGAZINE This is an album in every sense of the wor. terrific album". CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND Never have they sounded as locked-in as they do on new track Path Is Long. Good, honest, traditional songs that play to each songwriter’s strengths.
Dave Davies Decade Red River Entertainment As a solo artist, Dave Davies is one of the most prolific artists of all time. Much like George Harrison, who happened to be in a band with a famous songwriting duo, Davies was in a band with his brother who dominated The Kinks albums. Classic Album Sundays and The John Peel Archive present Dave Davies on 'The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society’ on Bowers & Wilkins.
When Dave Davies racked up a couple British hits in 1967, rumors were rife that the Kinks' lead guitarist would cut a solo album of his own. He never did - not in the '60s, anyway - and The Album That Never Was is a facsimile of what might have been, packaging some ultrarare solo singles of the time with tracks that Davies wrote and sang on some of the Kinks' late-'60s records. They show him to be a fine, underappreciated singer and songwriter in a Dylanesque folk-rock mode.
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|A1||Death Of A Clown
Written By – Dave Davies, Ray Davies
|A2||Love Me Till The Sun Shines
Written By – Dave Davies
Written By – Dave Davies
|B2||Susannah's Still Alive
Producer – Ray DaviesWritten By – Dave Davies
NotesOriginal 1968 UK EP. Released in a flipback sleeve.
Label: (p) 1967
|BMG16002V||Dave Davies||Dave Davies Hits (7", EP, Ltd, RE)||BMG||BMG16002V||US||2016|
|ESFCD 667/6||Dave Davies||Hits (CD, EP, RE, Car)||Castle Communications PLC, Essential||ESFCD 667/6||UK||1998|
|NEP 24289||Dave Davies||Dave Davies Hits (7", EP)||Pye Records||NEP 24289||New Zealand||1968|