Davies, Dave

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Davies, Dave - The Album That Never Was The Album That Never Was
Pop New - LP PYL 6012 PRT
Sealed, Extremely Hard To Find 1987 Ten Track Mini Album. 9 Mono Mixes And One Stereo. Dave Davies' "Album That Never Was" Sadly Must Remain So, But What We Have Here Is As Close A Proximity To It As The Tape Vault Allows Us. The (Brief) Story Is As Follows:- 'Death Of A Clown', A Track Originally Cut For The Kinks' 1967 Album 'Something Else' Was Picked Off As A Likely Opening For Dave Davies' Solo Career. Dave, Lead Guitarist, Occasional Vocalist And Younger Brother To The Group's Undisputed Guiding Light Ray, Was Hoping To Try A Direction For Himself, And At First, It Seemed As If His Wish Was Feasible. 'Death Of A Clown' Was A Smash Hit, Dave Was Duly Seen On 'Top Of The Pops', But Later Events Led Him On A Somewhat More Erratic Path. 'Suzannah's Still Alive' Appeared In November That Year, But For Some Inexplicable Reason, It Failed To Crack The Top 20, And Dave's Solo Stardom Faltered. At Least Twelve Tracks Were Cut For The Album. Assembled Here Are All That Can Still Be Traced. Eight Sides, Of Course, Come From Those Solo Singles, Two Of Which, 'Funny Face' And 'Love Me Till The Sun Shines' Also Appeared On 'Something Else' Alongside 'Death Of A Clown'. The Remaining Five, However, Were Recorded Specifically For Dave Davies' Releases And All Could Well Have Been On The Final Solo Album. Although This Is Not The Record As It Was Intended, 'The Album That Never Was' Gives Some Indication Of What The Finished Piece May Have Been, As Well As Collecting Together Ten Prime Dave Davies Performances.... more details
 
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Pop Used - LP AFL1 4036 RCA
1981 Original. LP Looks Unplayed. ... more details
 
Davies, Dave - AFL1-3603 AFL1-3603
Pop New - LP AFL1-3603 RCA
Sealed 1980 Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. Very Difficult To Find Without A Saw Cut. “For His First Solo Disc, Dave Davies Came Out Swinging With The Great AFL1-3603, Titled After The Record's Catalog Number And Also As A Slap At The Bar Coding That Had Begun To Be Put On Nearly Everything. This Album Rocks; From The Opening "Where Did You Come From" Right On Through To "Run," There Is A Sense That Davies Was Out To Prove That His Brother Ray Wasn't The Only Force In The Kinks. Chock-Full Of The Best Bits Of The Kinks' Guitar Rockers, AFL1-3603 Also Holds Lots Of Power Pop Treasures, Such As The Very Lovely "Imaginations Real" And The Nice Change Of Pace "Visionary Dreamer." Doing All The Guitars, Vocals, Keyboards, And Most Of The Bass And Drums, As Well As Producing And Writing All The Tunes, Dave Davies Proves He Can Out-Kink Brother Ray And Do It With A Refreshing Style. AFL1-3603 Is A Winner.” James Chrispell, AMG.... more details
 
Davies, Dave - Chosen People Chosen People
Pop New - LP 23917 Warner
Sealed 1983 Original. Saw Cut.... more details
 

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