Various ‎– The Modern Genius Of Ray Davies (15 Track Mojo Tribute)

Label:
Mojo Magazine ‎– March 2006
Format:
CD, Compilation
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Tracklist

1 Fountains Of Wayne Better Things 3:06
2 Steve Wynn This Strange Effect 2:47
3 Redd Kross Fancy 2:52
4 Mudhoney Who Will Be The Next In Line 2:09
5 The Thanes You Shouldn't Be Sad 1:56
6 Bill Lloyd (3) This Is Where I Belong 2:04
7 The Green Pajamas A Long Way From Home 2:46
8 Yo La Tengo No Return 2:00
9 Kevin Tihista Situation Vacant 2:58
10 The Blue Aeroplanes Big Sky 2:45
11 Holly Golightly Tell Me Now So I Know 1:58
12 Peter Bruntnell Waterloo Sunset 3:26
13 Mark Lanegan Nothin' In The World Can Stop Me Worryin' 'Bout That Girl 4:12
14 Ed Kuepper Steam Train 7:35
15 Gravenhurst See My Friends 8:48

Credits

Notes

Given away free with MOJO March 2006. Not to be sold separately.

Track 1 taken from the This Is Where I Belong: The Songs Of Ray Davies & The Kinks compilation.
Track 2 taken from the Sweetness And Light album.
Track 3 taken from the Lady In The Front Row single.
Track 4 taken from the Give The People What We Want : The Songs Of The Kinks compilation.
Track 5 has no additional info.
Track 6 taken from the Set To Pop album.
Track 7 was recorded exclusively for Mojo magazine.
Track 8 taken from the Little Honda EP.
Track 9 was recorded exclusively for Mojo magazine.
Track 10 taken from the Swagger album.
Track 11 taken from the Truly She Is None Other album.
Track 12 was recorded exclusively for Mojo magazine.
Track 13 taken from the Give The People What We Want : The Songs Of The Kinks compilation.
Track 14 taken from the The Wheelie Bin Affair (Some Odds And Sods) compilation.
Track 15 taken from the Fires In Distant Buildings album.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Variants 1, 2): MOJO 02/06 CD
  • Mastering SID Code (Variants 1, 2): IFPI LT22
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI UU008
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI UU002
  • Rights Society: MCPS

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ziggiole

ziggiole

December 11, 2016

Beeing a Kinks fan since the start in 1964 i stumpled over this album accidently.
I must say I was really surprised. All these covers are excelent. Recognizable, but still their own.
Lannegan is the only one who completely makes his own, but hey, this is Lannegan, so he succeeds. Great one too.
One of the best albums I have caght up with lately.