The Kinks - Soap Opera (CD, Album)

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  1. The Kinks: Kinks. 14/ Band Name The Kinks. Album Name Kinks. Type Album. Released date 02 October Labels Reprise Records Sanctuary Records Pye Record. Music Style Rock'n'Roll. Members owning this album Tracklist. 1. Beautiful Delilah: 2. So Mystifying.
  2. Soap Opera or The Kinks Present a Soap Opera is a concept album by The Kinks. It is the thirteenth studio album by The Kinks. The material was initially developed for a Granada TV live.
  3. Jun 06,  · 16 videos Play all Soap Opera (full album) BeatlesAreKinks; Holiday Romance - Duration: The Kinks 4, views. The Kinks - Celluloid Heroes (from One For The Road) - .
  4. After a TV broadcast of such, with Ray Davies in the starring role and the Kinks as both back-up band and ancillary characters, the project eventually morphed into the concept album The Kinks Present a Soap Opera, released in May , in which Ray Davies fantasised about what would happen if a rock star traded places with a "normal Norman" and /5(13).
  5. After a TV broadcast of such, with Ray Davies in the starring role and the Kinks as both back-up band and ancillary characters, the project eventually morphed into the concept album The Kinks Present a Soap Opera, released in May , in which Ray Davies fantasised about what would happen if a rock star traded places with a "normal Norman" and took a 9 - 5 job/5(12).
  6. "Soap Opera or The Kinks Present a Soap Opera is a concept album by the Kinks. It is the fourteenth studio album by the Kinks." "Soap Opera is the third concept album in the band's 'theatrical period'. It tells the story of a musician named Starmaker who changes places with an 'ordinary man' named Norman to better understand life.
  7. If there ever were a testament to Ray Davies ' stubbornness and ornery perversity, it's Soap Opera. Released after the draining, two-part, hopelessly muddled rock opera Preservation, Soap Opera is the grandest concept album the Kinks ever made. Davies ' tackled a topic that seemed manageable compared to Preservation -- how "Ordinary People" escape the doldrums with dreams of stardoms -- 2/
  8. In any case, I simply won't buy into the theory that Soap Opera is the worst Kinks album: its jazzy, at times Broadway-ish sound isn't really all that different from everything the band'd been doing for the last five years, and there are enough fine moments to guarantee a decent - if not shattering - listen.

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