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Sunny Afternoon on a very sunny afternoon 06/08/16

MTAS Member Ceri Davies reviews Sunny Afternoon for @MTAS_Official

Seeing as I live round the corner from Muswell Hill, where they’re from, and share a surname with the two brothers in the band, I thought it was about time I went to see the winner of the 2015 Olivier Award for Best New Musical, Sunny Afternoon at the Harold Pinter Theatre, and TodayTix’s offer this week was too good to refuse. 1,049 more words

Musical

REVIEW: Sunny Afternoon @ The Opera House, Manchester

After strolling on a hot sunny afternoon, what better way to spend an evening than to experience this top notch production celebrating the music of one of Britain’s best loved bands at the Opera House. 293 more words

Entertainment

Sunny Afternoon, Sizzling Evening!

All photos courtesy of Kevin Cummings

Wow, like our Olympic medallists, this musical really set off at a cracking pace! We were thrown straight back into the Swinging Sixties with the fashions, the sounds and, of course, the haircuts. 464 more words

It's All About the Songs

The Swedish pop group ABBA had a career that roughly paralleled the seven-and-a-half years that I was a youth pastor.

I was never crazy about their outfits … didn’t know the two female vocalists were each married to a different male vocalist … and wasn’t aware of their history or histrionics. 1,551 more words

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Single : Waterloo Sunset - The Kinks

Babyhead hears the opening of ‘Waterloo Sunset’ and he’s in paradise.

Certain songs move people and this song does it for CB.  It sends him big time.   71 more words

Classic Music Review: Come Dancing by The Kinks

Man, I just can’t seem to get away from The Kinks.

After spending months in their company reviewing nearly everything from Face to Face to… 2,247 more words

Classic Music Reviews

The Kinks: Kinkdom (1965)

The Kinks

Kinkdom

Reprise 6184 

1965

Rating: ***** (Good Shit)

Fifth album, released December 1965 (US only), reached #47. 

This set was part of something we saw happening in England in 1965, bands leaving the copycat stuff to the blues purists (aka assholes) of the UK.  324 more words

60s Albums