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Kinksize Session

Kinksize Session
The Kinks
Released 27 November 1964
Recorded 23 September and 18 October 1964 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London
Genre Pop
Language English
Label Pye NEP 24200
Producer Shel Talmy
The Kinks British chronology

Kinks
(1964)
Kinksize Session EP
(1964)
Kinda Kinks
(1965)

Kinksize Session is the first EP released by The Kinks in the UK in 1964, a month after their debut LP. The tracks were all exclusive to this release and it includes some original compositions.

Despite the title, only three of the tracks were recorded in a single session (18 October 1964) with "I Gotta Go Now" having already been recorded (believed to be at the same session as single "All Day and All of the Night" on 23 September).[1]

In the US, the tracks were included on the Kinks-Size album in 1965. "Louie Louie" was included on the UK compilation album Sunny Afternoon in 1967 but the other tracks remained unavailable elsewhere. The EP was made available on CD in 1998 as part of the EP Collection boxed set. All four tracks were included as bonus tracks on the 2004 reissue of the Kinks' debut album.

The follow-up EP, Kinksize Hits simply compiled the hit singles "You Really Got Me" and "All Day and All of the Night" along with their respective B-sides. Their next EP of original material would be 1965's Kwyet Kinks.

Track listing

All tracks composed by Ray Davies; except where indicated.

Side one

  1. "Louie Louie" (Richard Berry)
  2. "I Gotta Go Now"

Side two

  1. "Things Are Getting Better"
  2. "I've Got That Feeling"

References

External links

  • The Official Ray Davies Web Site
  • The Official Ray Davies Forum - "The Old Grey Board"
  • The Official Ray Davies Forum on YouTube
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