Category: Classic Rock

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  1. Nebar
    This song is dedicated to the memory of. Annie Florence Davies and Carol Bryans. Like a seed that is sewn. All the children are scattered. By a breeze that is blown. Now the crops are all scattered. We are torn, we are shattered. Now some of us are barmy .
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  2. Kaganos
    The Kinks Kink}}The Kinks are an English rock band formed in Muswell Hill, north London, in by brothers Ray and Dave balladolisgraveldefenderperilore.xyzinfo are regarded as one of the most influential rock bands of the s. 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 (as a result of.
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  3. Maugal
    The hard rock sound of Low Budget, released in , helped make it the Kinks' second gold album and highest charting original album in the US, where it peaked at number [3] [4] [6] In , the group's third live album, One for the Road, was produced, along with a video of the same title, bringing the group's concert-drawing power to a.
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  4. Kajora
    Song information for Scattered - The Kinks on AllMusic. Song information for Scattered - The Kinks on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; The Kinks. Phobia. Columbia The Essential Kinks. Arista / Legacy / RCA:
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  5. Dougul
    Oct 02,  · "Scattered" has got to be in my top 10 favorite songs of all time. It's such a blissfully sad song. Some great chord changes and brilliant wordplay make this a Kinks classic in my book. It ends the album on a sweet note, only previously achieved by "Better Things" off the Give The People What They Want album from '
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  6. Vutaxe
    Scattered is a song by the British rock band The Kinks. Written by Ray Davies, Scattered appeared as the sixteenth track from their album Phobia, and was the band's final original single (only to be followed by reissues of You Really Got Me and Waterloo Sunset.) Scattered (The Kinks song) - WikiMili WikiMili The Free Encyclopedia.
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  7. Mauzil
    Scattered This song is by The Kinks and appears on the album Phobia () and on the compilation album The Singles Collection (). This song is dedicated to the memory of Annie Florence Davies and Carol Bryans.
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  8. Daishura
    Oct 26,  · I think this album contains Dave's best ever guitar work. 07 - Something Else - The 'Golden Era' Kinks let down slightly by a couple of Dave's weaker songwriting efforts. 06 - The Kinks Kontroversy - A nice mix of the early R&B sound and Ray's maturing songwriting. 05 - Sleepwalker- My vote for most underrated Kinks album.
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